Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria and the second most populated city in Australia with over 4 million inhabitants. Besides being known as the “Garden City” thanks to its many parks in the city, Melbourne is the cultural capital of Australia. This beautiful and modern city, in fact, home to most of the cultural events and sports.
Melbourne is one of the most livable cities in the world with its art, culture and entertainment. Studying in Melbourne also means studying in one of the 10 cities most famous universities in the world. The University of Melbourne is one of the most internationally renowned and is in an ideal location for any student. In addition to the University, there are many schools specializing in English classes (General English, IELTS Preparation, English in Business, EAP), or in specific sector (marketing, business, IT) and professional institutes.
Studying in Melbourne will allow you to:
- Getting to know a modern, cosmopolitan and ever changing city
- Living in a vibrant international environment where the student is driven to give their best
- Make use of modern facilities, designed to make a unique experience for each student.
The city of Melbourne is characterized by a temperate climate with warm summers, mild springs and autumns, and winters are cool with temperatures ranging between 25 ° and 14 ° degrees.
The weather in Melbourne is famous for being variable in fact, it often seems to experience four seasons in one day! Precisely for this reason you’ll want to be prepared for all weather conditions by dressing appropriately and according to your needs.
If you plan to visit Melbourne during the rainy season between May and October, always bring an umbrella with you!
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Melbourne also offers landscapes with unique colors and stunning views that will amaze you, like the Great Ocean Road, a route connecting Melbourne to Adelaide and universally recognized as one of the best routes in the world. Going through it, you can enjoy incredible scenery, like the impressive rock formations of the 12 apostles, one of the symbols of Australia, or Torquay one of the most famous beaches in the world that each year hosts the World Surfing Championships. On the way you can see whales, koalas, kangaroos, emus and visit the Great Otway National Park, where you will be surrounded by nature. Just an hour from Melbourne you can also visit Phillip Island and Wilson’s Promontory.
Other points of interest worthy of note are the Royal Botanic Garden, a huge natural park that hosts an infinite variety of flowers and plants, the magnificent Melbourne Aquarium, Eureka Tower, from which you can enjoy a 360 degree view of the city and finally the State Library of Victoria, the modern library, where you get a free WiFi.
Living in Melbourne will offer you the opportunity to participate in huge variety of sports events and social events such as the Australian Open, the Grand Prix of Formula 1, Moto Gp, the Melbourne Film Festival, the Melbourne Cup Carnival and much more!
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