The University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne was founded in 1853, making it the second oldest university in Australia. The University has all together 7 campuses, including the main campus - Parkville.
Many influential individuals have graduated from the University of Melbourne, including Prime Ministers, Nobel Prize winners, prominent business leaders, artists, and academics. Some notable alumni include Dame Roma Mitchell - the first female judge in Australia and the first woman to be appointed Governor of an Australian state (South Australia), and Richard Berry - a pioneering Australian astronomer known for his work on star clusters.
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Trailblazing the quantum cloudMeet Hoa Nguyen a Ph.D. student studying at the University of Melbourne, Australia. We spoke to Hoa about his exhaustive educational journey, his time in academia, and how changed his academic pathway.
Code, collaboration, and cultureWe sat down with Quang Nguyen a computer doftware engineering master's student at the University of Melbourne. We discussed Quang's course, his academic experience, and how he managed moving to Melbourne.
Future engineer in AustraliaDuneesha Fernando sat down with Cybernews Academy to discuss her Ph.D. studies at the University of Melbourne.
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