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See also the publication Residential Colleges and Halls of the University of Melbourne, available on request from the Intercollegiate Office. The Graduate Union of the University of Melbourne Incorporated is an association for graduates who wish to maintain close links with the University of Melbourne. The main objectives of The Graduate Union as set out in its statement of purpose are:. a) to promote the welfare of the University of Melbourne.

The Alumni Union is part of the University of Melbourne's Alumni Relations Unit. Graduates and degree holders of the University of Melbourne, or other recognized tertiary institutions, are eligible for ordinary membership. It was affiliated with the University Union between 1938 and 1952 as the Alumni Section of the Union.

All inquiries should be directed to the Warden of The Graduate Union at the University's address, Parkville, 3052. Janet Clarke Hall provides accommodation, further education and corporate life for members of the University. The college office will provide details of the special rates for tutors living in flats.

-resident students are also accepted, and are encouraged to become active members of the College.

Ormond College

HISTORY

ORMOND COLLEGE

Chair of Council

Seymour Reader in Ancient History and Philosophy Vacant

Thwaites-Gutch Research Fellow in Anatomy Vacant

Alexander Scott Fellow in Anatomy Ivica Grkovic, MD MMedSc (Rijeka)

Scholars-in-Residence

RESIDENCE

FEES FOR RESIDENT STUDENTS

NON-RESIDENT MEMBERSHIP

Queen's College

President of the Council

Blainey, AO, MA FAHA, Author and Historian, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Melbourne and former Dean of Arts, Chancellor of the University of Ballarat. Castles, BArch LFRAIA RIBA FAICD, National Vice-President and President-Elect of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Richard Divall, OBE, KM KU DMus (Hon) Sao Paulo, DLitt(Hon) Monash FRNS FRAS, Music Director of the State Opera of Victoria and Artist-in-Residence at Queen's College, Associate Professor of Music, University of Melbourne.

Ronald Farren-Price, AM, DipMus, Associate Professor and Reader in Music, University of Melbourne and former Dean of the Faculty of Music, a pianist with international distinction David John Habersberger, BA LLB QC, Member of the Victoria Bar Council, Appointed by Victorian. Isaac, AO, PhD Lond, BA BCom, FASSA, Emeritus Professor of Economics and former Vice Chancellor of Monash University, Associate Professor, The University of Melbourne, Vice President of the Australian Mediation and Arbitration Commission 1974-87, Senior Fellow. Martin, AO, MSc PhD ScD Cantab, DSc FAA FRSC FRACI, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Monash University and former Vice-Chancellor.

Pamaby, BA DPhil Oxon, Fourth Master of Queen's 1966-86 and author of the Centenary History of Queen's College. Penington, AC, MA DM BCh FRCP FRACP FRCPA, former Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Medicine, University of Melbourne. Williams, BCom MSc (Econ) Lond PhD Lond FASSA Professor of Econometrics, University of Melbourne.

Lois Woodward, AM, BA, Chair of the Ethics and Research Committee at the Freemason's Hospital, former Chair of the Boards of the Victorian Hospitals Association and the Royal Women's Hospital. Young BA BD(MCD) PhD(Drew), Professor of Systematic Theology in the Uniting Church Theological Hall. Douglas J Coster, MB BA FRACS FRCS FRACD FCDPath, Lions Professor of Ophthalmology, Flinders University of South Australia.

Professor of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy and Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Leiden, Netherlands. Chemistry: Josephine McColl, BSc LLB Clinical: Vicki Levidiotis, BSc MB BS Physics: Alistair Kwan, BSc MSc (Auck). Stephen McGinley, BSc BTeach Physics: Alistair Kwan, BSc MSc (Auck) Physiology: Nadesapillai Subanesan, BMedSc Statistics: Roslyn Steel, BSc MEd.

COLLEGE TUITION

RESIDENT SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES

ROOMS, EQUIPMENT, ETC

FEES

FURTHER INFORMATION

Ridley College

Accommodation is usually available during the holidays at rates that can be checked with the office. Further information may be obtained from The Dean, Ridley College, University of Melbourne, 160 The Avenue, Parkville, Victoria, 3052, Australia. Email: [email protected] World Wide Web: http://www.ridley.unimelb.edu.au/.

St Hilda's College

ACCOMMODATION

COLLEGE FEES: 1998

SCHOLARSHIPS

St Mary's College

Chairman of the Council

Trinity College

TRINITY COLLEGE

Chaplain, and Director of Trinity College Theological School

Fellows

Director of Music

Plastic Surgery: Mr. William Wilson, MB BS (Melb) FRACS Psychology: Ms. Anne Symons, BSc (LaT). Surgery: dr. Sugitha Seneviratne, MB BS (Monash) Urology: Mr David Webb, MB BS (Melb) FRACS Vascular Surgery: Mr Peter Field, MB BS (Melb) FRACS.

Leeper Librarian

RESIDENT STUDENTS

NON - RESIDENT STUDENTS

COLLEGE FEES

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AND MUSIC AWARDS

APPLICATIONS: FURTHER INFORMATION

University College

Mnr John Bourke, LLB (Syd) LLM (Monash) Dr Barry Collett, BA MA TSTC DPhil (Oxon) Mnr Tim Johnston, BA (Monash) BArch (NSW) Mnr Chris Lamb. Me Helen Law, BSc (Kanada) ProfDipDiagRadiol (Hong Kong) Mnr Tim O'Shannassy, ​​PgDipEco (Melb) BCom (Melb) MBA (Monash). Chemie: Mnr Ben Capuano, BSc (Toegepaste Chemie) (RMIT) MPharm (VCP) Fisika: Mnr John Markham, BIng (Swinburne) BSc (Melb).

Dr Neil Langlois, MB, BChB, MA (Camb.) MRCPath (Londër) Prof Colin Morley, MA MD (Cant.) FRCP FRCPCH. Dr Ruth Morley, BA MB Bchir (Cant.) FRCPCH Prof Sven-Erik Sandlund, BMus MMus (Stockholm). Prof Allan Schneider, BA (Rensslare Polytechnic) MChEng (Penn.) PhD (Berkeley) Dr Seiju Takami, MD (Wakayama) PhD, (Osaka).

If the College does not conduct exercises, it is arranged for residents to attend exercises at one of the neighboring faculties. The academic program is open to non-resident students, who can also use the college's facilities and can eat in the hall. 9,114 These fees cover the Faculty's costs of accommodation, tuition and services over a 31-week academic year based on the University of Melbourne's academic year.

Where possible, arrangements are made for students to live at the university during holiday periods if they need to take recognized courses. Tuition fees are usually paid in two installments, but special arrangements can be made in case of financial difficulties. Entry scholarships are awarded annually to first-year students based on the Victorian Certificate of Education, and other scholarships based on university exam results.

RESIDENT ACADEMIC AND DUTY TUTORS

Whitley College

N Bailey, BTheol, PhD I Bedford, BSc MSW DipEd A Campbell, BA MA PhD S Clarke, BTh, MA ThM. The fees entitle students to room, board, and tuition fees for the college's 30-week academic year. Students are charged $39.00 per day for authorized stays at other times of the year.

Scholarships

Further Information

References

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