The University of Melbourne is an internationally recognised teaching and research institution with an outstanding reputation. Their commitment to excellence is demonstrated by innovative academic programs and their record as one of Australia’s largest recipients of competitive research funding. With their prestigious international links and reputation, the University is a preferred destination for high quality staff from both Australia and around the world including distinguished teachers and researchers.
Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and engagement. Melbourne's teaching excellence has been rewarded two years in a row by grants from the Commonwealth Government's Learning and Teaching Performance Fund for Australian universities that demonstrate excellence in undergraduate teaching and learning.
Melbourne was also one of only three Australian universities to win ten citations-the maximum number of awards possible-under the Carrick Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. The citations recognise commitment by university staff who have shown outstanding leadership and innovation in teaching, and dedication and enthusiasm for student learning.
The University of Melbourne offers their staff more than just a job - they offer them an opportunity to be part of a dynamic world class organisation which provides its staff with benefits and support at every stage of their life and career. – less
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