Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences Michael Abdo, BSc PhD W.Aust.
Suhail Al-Amad, BDSc Jordan Jun Keat Chan, MBBS Melb.
Rasha Lubani, BDSc Jordan Music
Steven Hodgson, BMus Melb.
Fawaz Al-Qahtani B Electrical Engineering King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals Luke Robinson, BAppSc Monash
Mr Andrew Oppenheim, BA MSc Melb.
Non Resident Tutors
Brett Considine B Comm Melb. DipEd ACU Amanda Freeman, DML French, BAnimSc Melb
Ofer Katzir, CAGS Intermodel Therapy Switzerland MA Lesley Jonathan Kelp, LLB Tasmania
Vinodhini Krisnan, LLB Bond. LLM Melb.
M. Amin Dallaali, BSc ElectEng Sharif Uni Iran, M Telecom. Eng Melb.
Gerald Soon Chye Ng, BSocialSc NUS Vera Na Ranong, BComm Melb.
Roslyn Steel, BSc DipEd BEd MEd Melb.
Stewart Turner BA BComm Melb.
SECTION C: HOUSE TUITION
A feature of college life is the tutorial system whereby undergraduates are guided and assisted in their studies by tutors - both resident and non-resident. The House provides small group tutorials in the first year and some second year subjects. These sessions are supplementary to University lectures. The R.E Ross Tutor in English for Academic Purposes has an important role. Resident tutors also provide pastoral care. The tutors, one on most floors are a group of highly-qualified mature residents who offer help with any academic or personal problems.
INFORMATION RESOURCE CENTRE
The Angus Mitchell Memorial Library provides a useful working collection in the principal fields of undergraduate study together with a modest general section. The Computer Room, with IBM and Apple Mac computers, provides Internet access, printers and scanners.
HOUSE FEES (exclusive of University Fees) Resident Students
Registration Fee $25 Enrolment Fee (payable on admission) $220
Basic Annual Fee for Residence (payable in 4 instalments) $12,800
Caution Money (reclaimable if no dues outstanding) $300
Student Club Subscription $120 Linen is provided if necessary. All students and tutors take their meals in the Dimmick Dining Hall. Students are
required to purchase academic gowns to wear on formal occasions.
All students are provided with single study-bedrooms and individual telephones with voice-mail. Internet access linked to the University is also provided. These furnished rooms are heated as is the rest of the House.
Membership of the House is normally for not less than one academic year. Ten academic weeks' notice is required if an undergraduate member intends to go out of residence during the year.
While predominantly for undergraduates, the House enjoys having a small number of postgraduate students in residence.
Ten Entrance Half Scholarships ($6400) are offered to first year applicants from rural and regional Australia who achieve an ENTER between 90 and 100 These scholarships will continue into second year at the same rate depending on satisfactory results. Two full accommodation scholarships (one medical and one dental) for three years are offered to students from rural Victoria. Selection will be based on academic performance, financial need and a satisfactory
interview. Students seeking these scholarships must lodge their application for admission with International House by 31 December.
Excellence Scholarships: Four outstanding students will be awarded the Weickhardt and Mavis Jackson Scholarships of
$6400 and $4500 respectively per annum. More than 20 other significant scholarships are available to students with excellent VCE and University results.
Bursary assistance may be granted to students in cases of need. Applications should be made to the Head of College.
International House, situated between Royal Park and Princes Park, provides many amenities generally associated with collegiate life. These include a library, computer room, design studio, common-rooms, dining hall, music rooms, tennis court and facilities for table tennis, basketball and other House activities.
International House is primarily an educational institution, but it aims to go further than this. By providing residents with a wide range of social and cultural activities it offers a broader life experience. It aims to produce graduates who are broadly-educated. It is expected that residents will acquire a keen appreciation of other values and other cultures. All members of the House share this ongoing opportunity, and it is expected that each member will contribute to the life of the community.
The extra-curricular activities which are largely organised by the International House Students' Club include a play, discussion groups, guest speakers, debating. National Night dinners, informal comedy nights, films and videos.
Facilities are available for music, chess, etc. On the sporting side, the House fields teams in many inter-collegiate sporting events.
The Orientation Program which includes cross-cultural communication workshops helps all new students to settle in.
APPLICATIONS: FURTHER INFORMATION
Application forms and further information may be obtained from the Admissions Secretary, International House, 241 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria 3052, telephone (03) 9347 6655, fax (03) 9349 1761. Additional information about International House can be found on the Web Home Page: http://www.ihouse.unimelb.edu.au.
SECTION A: HISTORY
The W.T. Kendall Hall is named for the founder of the Melbourne Veterinary College which opened in 1888 and which was the forerunner of Australia's first Veterinary School.
The Hall was completed in 1967 when the Veterinary Clinical Centre commenced conducting classes. With the remainder of the Clinical Centre it was officially opened in November, 1967 by the Premier of Victoria, Sir Henry Bolte.
The Hall is the property of the University and is administered by the Faculty of Veterinary Science. It is intended primarily as a residence for students in the third and fourth years of Veterinary Science. Provided accommodation is available students in other faculties are also eligible to become residents.
W.T. Kendall Hall is also available for residential schools, short courses and conferences. Accommodation is available for both men and women and lecture rooms and practical laboratories are situated nearby. The Hall is situated at the Veterinary Clinical Centre, 250 Princes Highway, Werribee.
SECTION B: STAFF Out of Hours Supervisors
Dr Patrick Kluver Ms Janine Muller
Assistant Out of Hours Supervisor Dr Craig Kyngdon
SECTION C FEES*
Residence fee Academic year (payable each semester in advance) $6,400.00 Services and amenities fee Academic year (payable each semester in advance) $96.00
No tutorial fee is charged. Recreational facilities are available and are controlled by the student committee which makes a nominal charge for their use and for other amenities.
Further information may be obtained The University of Melbourne, Veterinary Clinical Centre, 250 Princes Highway, Werribee 3030 , Australia. Tel: 613-9731 2262, Fax: 613-9731 2366, Website: http://kh.vet.unimelb.edu.au
Medley Hall 2005
SECTION A: HISTORY
In 1949 the buildings, 46-48 Drummond Street, Carlton, were handed to the Students' Representative Council by the Premier of Victoria, to serve as a student hostel.
The State Government through the Public Works Department undertook to make the buildings habitable for some 36 students and to provide essential furniture.
Towards the end of 1951, legislation was passed by the State Government which allowed the University Council to establish "hostels and halls of residence for students". The University assumed control of the Drummond Street Hostel in April 1953 and appointed a Warden to be in charge. The establishment was renamed Medley Hall in April 1955.
In March 1960, Medley Hall arranged the lease of the next-door house, 56 Drummond Street. In August 1961, this house was purchased for Medley Hall by the University with funds made available through the Australian Universities Commission.
In March 1967 women were admitted into residence at Medley Hall and the total number of residents was 40 (12 women and 28 men). In March 1971 extensions to Medley Hall were finished and some 29 women and 32 men comprised the establishment. The Hall has continued as a co-educational collegiate community with first priority being given to tertiary students from country, interstate and overseas homes.
SECTION B: ACADEMIC STAFF Chairman of Medley Hall Council
Professor Joan McMeecken Principal
Phillippa Connelly BSW Melb Resident Manager (acting)
Josef Oduwo BSc.Hons.Nairobi Resident Advisor
Rebecca Smith BPsych. Hons Newcastle Academic Advisor
Susan Schwartz BA Melb Dip. Ed. La Trobe MA Prelim. Melb PhD Melb SECTION C
Medley Hall offers 60 students of the University of Melbourne the chance to live in charming accommodation with a close supportive group of fellow students and staff, in a convenient location., with the opportunity to mix and establish friendships with students from different backgrounds, country Victoria, interstate and overseas; to enjoy the companionship of mealtimes together; the camaraderie of team sports or involvement in our social and cultural activities.
CURRENT FEES (2005) *
Enrolment Fee $300 Accommodation Fee (30 weeks) $6,816
•Meals $3,340 Educational Services $1,140
Student Club Fee $160
During vacation periods, accommodation is available for temporary residents, including students and graduates of other universities at discounted rates.
3053. Telephone 9663 5847, fax 9662 2896. E-mail: [email protected] Additional information about Medley Hall can be found on the Web Home Page: