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Student Village The University of Melbourne Campus, Melbourne
Large Studio Apartment - Bedroom
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Student Village The University of Melbourne Campus, Melbourne

Leicester St, Carlton, 3053, Australia
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About the Property

Get the best of both worlds at Student Village Melbourne, a student accommodation in Melbourne with the coveted pin code 3053 that offers 1, 2 and 4-bedroom ensuite and studio apartments. This vibrant student haven offers unparalleled convenience, located just a stone's throw away from prestigious universities such as the University of Melbourne, Melbourne Institute of Technology, and The University of Melbourne. Students at Melbourne student accommodation revel in seamless access to world-class education, ensuring you're never far from enriching academic experiences. Beyond its strategic location, the Melbourne student accommodation boasts many amenities, including modernly furnished apartments, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, communal study lounges, and vibrant social spaces.
Nestled in the vibrant heart of Melbourne, Student Village Melbourne at the University of Melbourne Campus offers students an unparalleled living experience in one of Australia's most dynamic cities. Melbourne student housing, often hailed as Australia's cultural and educational capital, brims with a rich tapestry of experiences that seamlessly blend tradition with modernity. Beyond academia, the surrounding areas offer a plethora of attractions. The nearby Carlton Gardens provide a serene escape, while Melbourne's iconic Lygon Street, known as "Little Italy," beckons with a diverse range of dining options. The Melbourne Museum, Royal Exhibition Building, and Queen Victoria Market are just a stone's throw away, ensuring that there is never a shortage of cultural and recreational activities. The city's efficient public transportation system, including trams and buses, ensures that all of Melbourne's wonders are within easy reach. Whether it's exploring laneway art, attending world-class events at the Arts Centre Melbourne, or taking a stroll along the Yarra River, Student Village's location places students at the epicentre of Melbourne's vibrant tapestry. Student Village Melbourne at the University of Melbourne Campus offers students not just a place to stay but a gateway to an enriching, cosmopolitan experience. Its strategic location amidst a wealth of cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities makes it the perfect choice for students looking to make the most of their time in this dynamic city.


Student Village Melbourne accommodation offers a variety of apartment options to suit your preferences. In the 1, 2, and 4-bedroom apartments, you'll enjoy a private room for personal space while sharing a shared bathroom and well-equipped shared kitchen with fellow residents. The 4-bedroom ensuite apartment offers a private bathroom, a private room and a shared kitchen for added convenience. For those seeking a more independent living experience, our studio apartments provide a private kitchen, shared bathroom, and the entire place to yourself, ensuring a comfortable and flexible stay to meet your needs. Student Village Melbourne accommodation rooms come with an array of essential room amenities for your comfort and convenience. You'll enjoy unlimited WIFI internet, a spacious wardrobe, and a dedicated desk in the room. Stay cool with a ceiling fan, rest on a comfortable king-single bed, and find everything fully furnished. Additionally, our communal kitchen and lounge areas are equipped with a microwave and fridge-freezer for your shared use.

The property offers an impressive range of common amenities to enhance your living experience. Stay active and socialise in the games rooms and basketball court, while dedicated study spaces ensure focused learning. Relax in the swimming pool, work out in the gym, and count on in-house maintenance staff. Secure bike parking, study space, and a pool table complete the picture of a well-rounded, enjoyable community. 24/7 onsite support is always there for your security. Enjoy WiFi, electricity, water and heating bills included in the Student Village Melbourne.

Location and What's Hot?

Student Village at the University of Melbourne Campus offers a level of convenience that is second to none for students. This accommodation boasts an enviable proximity to some of Melbourne's most esteemed universities. Melbourne Institute of Technology and The University of Melbourne are world-renowned institutions, practically at your doorstep, ensuring that you can easily attend lectures, access resources, and engage in campus life without the hassle of a daily commute. This strategic location saves valuable time and fosters a dynamic educational environment, making Student Village Melbourne the ultimate choice for those seeking a seamless and enriching university experience.

Choosing Student Village Melbourne at the University of Melbourne Campus isn't just about academic convenience; it also opens the door to an enriching and vibrant social life. For daily essentials, students will find a Coles supermarket within walking distance, ensuring that grocery shopping is a breeze. Nearby, the iconic Queen Victoria Market offers fresh produce and a cultural experience where students can sample international cuisines and artisanal goods. When it comes to leisure and socialising, Lygon Street, often dubbed "Little Italy," is just around the corner. Here, students can savour delectable Italian dishes at renowned restaurants like Tiamo and indulge in gelato at Pidapipo. For those with an appreciation for culture and history, the Melbourne Museum and the Royal Exhibition Building are close by, offering fascinating exhibits and events.

Additionally, students can unwind and enjoy nature at the picturesque Carlton Gardens or take a leisurely stroll along the nearby Yarra River. The city's efficient tram network, with stops nearby, makes it effortless to explore further, from the trendy cafes of Degraves Street to the vibrant street art of Hosier Lane. Choosing Student Village Melbourne doesn't just mean proximity to academia; it also means embracing a vibrant and culturally rich daily life with easy access to diverse culinary experiences, cultural landmarks, and recreational activities.


Student Village at the Melbourne student accommodation enjoys excellent travel accessibility within the city of Melbourne student accommodation. You'll surely have a hassle-free commute here with the closest Melbourne University/Pelham St bus stop. Tram stops such as 9-Pelham St/Elizabeth St, Haymarket/Elizabeth St and Queensberry St/Peel St are nearby. The Melbourne student housing is strategically positioned close to tram and bus routes, allowing residents to navigate Melbourne student housing vibrant streets effortlessly. Whether you want to explore the eclectic laneways, visit iconic landmarks, or immerse yourself in the city's cultural events, you'll find it all within easy reach.

What will you get

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Common Amenities

On campus location
Games Rooms
Basketball Court
Dedicated Study Spaces
Swimming pool

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property does not offer cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose my own contract dates?

All of our contract dates are fixed and unfortunately non-negotiable.

What is first year exemption? Am I eligible?

If you are a domestic first year student applying through UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC you may be eligible for First Year Exemption.You are eligible if:
* You did not get accepted to the university
* Were accepted to another university
* The course is now wholly offered online (ie not being taught internally) If your contract has not commenced you will be refunded your Bond. If your contract has started, you are liable for rent up to the date of notification of moving out of the property. Your Bond will be refunded. Please note the First Year Exemption policy will not apply where you have accepted a university offer but have chosen to defer or withdraw from your studies. You must notify property management in writing (resident notification) within 5 days of the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC Main Round offers release date (generally around late January – refer to the UAC / VTAC / QTAC / TISC website for actual dates) to claim the First Year Exemption policy.

How far is the property from the university?

The property is at most a 10-minute walk to the main university campus. It is also right across the road from the Melbourne Law School and a 5-minute walk to the library.

Is there after-hours support?

There is always a staff member or resident assistant on call for support at the property in case of emergency.

What is the latest I can apply?

There is no deadline for applications. However, please note that once the property has reached capacity you are only able to sit on the wait list and we cannot guarantee that a room would become available. It is always best to apply early.

Is there a TV in the apartment?

There are TVs in our 4 bedroom apartments and in the 1 bedroom apartment. All other rooms are equipped for a television and residents are welcome to bring one with them if they wish.

Do you accept payments over the phone?

For confidentiality purposes, we cannot take payment information over the phone and require payments to be made through secure bank transfer.

Is there access to public transportation?

Swanston Street is just a short 4-minute walk from the village which has access to trams to all routes.

Is there a cleaning service?

There is no cleaning service at the property. You are required to upkeep your personal areas yourself, and organise among the residents of the apartment how to keep the common areas clean. There are inspections throughout the year, and if areas are deemed below standard, penalties will apply where relevant professional cleaning is required.

Does my room have a window?

All rooms within the apartment have a window that can be opened.

Who has access to my room?

Every room is private with a lockable door - only you will have access to your room. If you are in shared accommodation, the communal areas will be accessible to all tenants of the specific apartment.

Is the property secure?

The property has A+ security with a staff member or resident assistant on duty at all times in case of an emergency. Additionally, residents are the only people issued with swipe cards to access the property.

Is there a curfew at the property?

The property is your home and you are welcome to come and go as you please.
Please note though that we do have rules regarding noise and visitors within the property.Noise Curfew
Residents must comply with all directions from property management in relation to noise minimisation, particularly in response to noise complaints from other residents of the property or neighbours of the property. For more information please refer to the property Noise Policy.

Sunday - Thursday: 10pm*
Friday - Saturday: 12pm* *during the exam periods, please note that these times do change and there should be no excessive noise within the property during this time.Visitors
A visitor is defined as a person who is meeting with a resident for a short period of time, while a guest is defined as a person who is staying overnight with a resident in accordance with the Rules. All visitors arerequired to leave the property by 12 midnight(unless otherwise notified to residents by property management from time to time). Any visitor present in the property after the specified time will be considered an “unauthorised person” to which Rule 52 (Overnight Guests & Unauthorised Occupancy) and Rule 69 (Trespassing) applies.

Can I purchase a linen or kitchen pack from the property?

There is an option to purchase a linen or kitchen pack upon your arrival at the property.

Am I able to leave my belongings in my room before my contract starts?

Unfortunately, you will not be able to access your room or leave any belongings in the property before your contract starts.

Can a couple live at the property?

All rooms are single occupancy, unfortunately we are unable to accommodate couples or families.

Can I live at the property if I do not study at the university of melbourne?

We can accommodate students from most higher education institutions. Proof of enrolment will be required to secure a room.

What type of heater am I allowed to bring?

You are allowed to bring oil column heaters only due to fire safety rules.Fan heaters are NOT allowed in the property.

Why am I required to make an application so early on?

We open applications early due to the high demand of students looking for on campus accommodation. To secure a room at the property we recommend submitting your application as soon as possible. We don't want you to miss out!

Can I have people stay over?

Although we do not encourage overnight guests, we do understand that you may have someone stay from time to time. Please make sure that you sign your guest into reception upon arrival and sign them out on departure. As per the property rules, you can have a guest stay no more than 2 consecutive nights in a 7 day period. Please ensure you understand the property rules surrounding guest and visitor behaviour.

What common rooms and features are available at the property?

There are many facilities available for all residents to use. These include:Fully equipped gym-free for residentsGames Room:
- Pool table
- Communal kitchen facilitiesBike Lobby- up to 130 bike spaces availableHalf-court basketball courtTwo music rooms
- Upright piano
- Gaming consoleStudy Lounge
- PrinterBBQ zone
- 2 x BBQsThere is a private study area on each of the 13 levels.

What supermarkets are close by for me to purchase food?

There are many supermarket options just a quick walk from the property campus, with two Woolworths' within a 10 minute walking radius.

What fees am I required to pay to secure a room at the property?

Before confirmation of your place, you will be required to pay theBOND, which amounts to four weeks rent, and is held as security over the duration of your stay. It is refundable in full at the end of your contract, provided there is no outstanding debt or damages done to your room.

How much is it to do laundry?

There is a laundry facility for residents at the property. The price of a load of washing is $4 and a load of drying costs $3. Residents can load money onto their swipe card for easy use at the laundry.

Do I need to bring kitchen utilities such as a kettle or toaster with me?

The kitchens are already kitted out with basic amenities such as the fridge and microwave. However, you will need to supply your own utilities such as a toaster, kettle, and sandwich press for example. If you live in shared accommodation, you can always wait until you meet your roommates to organise a group shop to figure out what everyone has brought along with them.

How is the property different from other options of residential living on campus?

The property fosters independent living while also accommodating students who are just moving out of home for the first time. There is a strong communal atmosphere among the residents which helps students adjust to a more self-sufficient lifestyle while they learn to look after themselves through their cooking, laundry, and housekeeping duties. There are many options for residents to become involved in the property community. There are heaps of opportunities to make new friends and create a memorable university experience, and if you prefer more time alone or in quiet we also have the right spaces for you. In the case of any queries, the property team is always there for support in case the student is looking for assistance.How are roommates allocated? Can I put in preferences? Roommate allocations are conducted in accordance with any requests, such as: study preference, age, and gender. To make a request, you will be prompted to include these during the application process. However, if you would like to add any retrospective requests, please contact us! Keep in mind that these are requests only, and although we try our best to allocate everyone as per their preferences, we cannot make any guarantees.

Is there internet access?

Fast, unlimited, and free WiFi is provided for all residents.

Is there a lock for the individual rooms in the shared apartments?

There are locks on all bedrooms within the apartment. You are the only person with a key to your bedroom, and only your house mates have swipes to access the apartment.

Can I bring my pet?

We do not allow pets at the property, this includes pet fish.

What do I have to bring?

We recommend bringing the bare minimum when you first arrive, that way you and your new roommates can work out who buys what to avoid a double up of certain items. However, below is a list of what you’ll need;
- A copy of your ID, such as your passport or drivers license to assist during your check in.
- Bedding and linen, including a pillow. - Towels and tea towels.
- Food and household supplies - until you can arrange a group shop with your housemates. - Cooking equipment, crockery, cutlery, glasses, cooking utensils etc. - Laundry supplies. - anything else you need to bring so that the property feels like home!

Can I book a tour?

You are more than welcome to come and visit the property before making it your new home.

It's my first time in australia, how can I get to the property?

The property does not operate an airport pick up service, however the university does offer a service for international students which you may be eligible for. Alternatively you could use public transport, taxi, or Uber.

How does my rent get charged?

Your rent is direct debited from your account or credit card using the details.

Do I need to find my own room mates?

No, you don't need to find your own roommates. If you are interested in a shared apartment, we will try and allocate you with similar people to yourself. If you do have people you want to live with, please put each other's names down in the room mate preferences in your application. Please note this is just a request, we cannot guarantee roommate requests due to the large amount of different requests we receive.

I'm living with 3 other people whose responsibility is it to take out the rubbish?

Every resident has the responsibility of maintaining the cleanliness of the apartment; we can assist your apartment with putting together cleaning rosters if you require guidance.

Is there any heating or cooling in my room?

There is a ceiling fan and electric wall heater in every room!

How do I know if my application is approved?

If you are successful, you will receive an invitation of accommodation from the village. Please note, an offer can only be sent if all steps of the application process are completed.

What is the bond?

If you receive an offer of accommodation from Student Village Melbourne, a bond equivalent to 4 weeks rent is payable by you to confirm your accommodation. Your security deposit will be lodged with the RTA and will be refunded at the end of your contact.

Can I get financial assistance?

Unfortunately the Property does not offer any direct financial assistance. You can also enquire with the University of Melbourne to see what financial aid you may be eligible for.

Will my room have an ensuite?

All studios and one-bedroom apartments have their own ensuite located within the apartment. The 4-bedroom apartment ensuite room type has its own bathroom whereas the standard 4 bedroom apartment shares a bathroom with other residents of the same apartment.

Can I smoke in the Property?

No, smoking is not permitted within your apartment or the property grounds.

Can I choose my own room?

During the application process you are welcome to advise us of any room or housemate requests. Please note that although we will do our best to accommodate requests, we cannot guarantee that they will be fulfilled. Your specific room is not confirmed until the day you arrive and check in.

Can I bring my own internet?

You are more than welcome to bring your own internet provided it is a WiFi dongle, we do not permit ADSL to be installed. Keep in mind that unlimited free WiFi is provided to residents.

How far is the university library?

The library is a quick 10 minute walk from the property.

How do you accept payments?

We accept Visa or MasterCard credit card payments only, as well as EFTPOS at property reception. Please note that credit card surcharges apply to all payments made on the student portal or over the counter at the property. Advanced rent payments can also be bank transferred to the property ahead of the rent schedule.

How can I prove that I am a student?

When you arrive at the property you will be asked to provide your student ID card.
If you are a first year university student and have not received your student ID you must provide your letter of offer as your proof of enrolment upon check-in and provide your student card once you have received it.

Are all apartments the same?

All of our studios and 4 bedroom apartments have a slightly different layout. You are able to place a request for a specific room layout, however your exact apartment and room number will not be confirmed until you arrive at the property.

Can I live here if I am under 18?

If you are under 18 and wish to stay at the property you will have to meet certain criteria; - you must turn 18 within the same semester you expect to move into the property. - you must complete and return a guarantor form prior to confirmation.

Where can I park?

Unfortunately the property does not have any parking available on the grounds. There are public parking stations in walking distance to the property

Are meals included?

The property does not provide catering. However, each apartment has access to a fully equipped kitchen including a fridge, freezer, stove top, oven, and microwave so feel free to cook up a storm at any time of the day.

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Student Accomodations in Melbourne

Melbourne Student Accommodation

Melbourne is the second-most populous city and the capital of Victoria in Australia. This city is on the coastline with a diverse population of over 5 million. Over 2 million students from all over the world travel to this city to pursue their education. It is also famous for its mesmerising attractions and student accommodation in Melbourne options. Amber offers a range of student accommodations in Melbourne that are located near renowned universities like Victoria University, University of Melbourne, Scape Swanston, Dwell Village Melbourne City, and Monash University. Melbourne is a popular destination for international students, so there are plenty of good student accommodations in Melbourne.

Students can find suitable student residence Sydney options at reasonable prices with amber. With a wide variety of comfortable, luxurious, affordable student houses, student accommodation in Melbourne, Australia, includes a broad range of non-ensuites, ensuites, studios, and shared apartments. Nearby locations suitable for all these Melbourne universities are UniLodge Carlton and Scape Victoria Street. These student housing in Melbourne are close to the city centre and offer stylish, modern rooms. Melbourne Central is located in the city's heart and features a diverse range of student apartments for rent in Melbourne. Melbourne student housing is available for students looking for short-term tenancies, too. It is much easier to book short-term Melbourne student housing than in any other city in Australia with amber.

About Melbourne

The Australian state, Victoria's capital city, is located on the Australian Landmass to the southeastern fringe and in the country's southern central part. Melbourne is an excellent place for international students. And with amber, your student housing hunt journey becomes effortless. Around 5 million people inhabit the city, and the student population has over 49,000 enrollments yearly. It is a lively and welcoming city with a diverse population, best known for its architecture, culture, and music. Melbourne has a strong job market, with plenty of opportunities for part-time and casual work for students. The city is also home to many multinational companies, making it a great place to gain work experience.

Melbourne has been voted the most livable city in the world several times, and for good reason. It has a great climate, with mild winters and warm summers, and is known for its great food, coffee, and nightlife. The city also has plenty of green spaces, including parks and gardens. This metropolitan city incorporates some of the most reputed universities worldwide for their academic excellence. These Melbourne universities draw many students to Australia annually and contribute to cultural diversity. All-in-all, students moving to Melbourne for their higher studies are going to have a wonderful time and experience staying in this city.

Best Student Accommodation in Melbourne

The most essential thing for students when moving to a new city or country is accommodation. There are many student accommodations in Melbourne available close to major universities, enabling students to save time and money. Students can choose from various student houses, including en-suites, suites, shared apartments, and studios, with easy accessibility to various cafes and restaurants, shopping centres, healthcare facilities, and commuting options.

With amber, you can make your Melbourne student housing search easy and hassle-free with amber! Amber provides students with a range of student housing options in Melbourne. Amber offers student accommodation in Melbourne, Australia, options in multiple localities in the city, so you don’t have to worry about the location. Take a look at these student accommodations in Melbourne:

1. Scape Peel

2. Scape Franklin

3. Carric Hostel

4. Carric House

5. Scape Carlton

6. Scape Aurora

7. Carlton Residence

8. The Switch Melbourne Victoria Market

9. Student Living on Campus

10. Y Suites On A’Beckett

Cost of Living in Melbourne

When it comes to the cost of living in Melbourne, it could be a bit expensive, but with proper planning and assessments, students can easily manage their expenses. A lot of factors come into play while estimating a budget, like the location of your student accommodation in Melbourne, the rent of your student housing Melbourne, Australia, and personal preferences. Make sure to make a proper budget for all your living expenditures and other personal expenses. Below is an estimate of the costs you may incur while living in Melbourne.

1. Food: AU$100 to AU$150 per week.

2. Gas & Electricity: AU$150 to AU$250 per week

3. Internet & Mobile Phone: AU$70 to AU$100 per month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: AU$60 to AU$120 one time

5. Laundry: AU$15 to AU$50 per week

6. Clothing: AU$100 to AU$1000 per month

7. Travel (buses & trains): AU$150 to AU$300 per month
8. Movie Ticket: AU$40 to AU$80 per month

Student Travel in Melbourne

The roads are always crowded in Melbourne, with vehicles in a hustle. With a wide range of transportation options, this city makes commuting convenient and easy for students living here. With well connected and vast transportation system of trains, buses, and taxis, travelling to any part of the city is hassle-free for people and students. The automotive fare is also much more affordable than in other cities. Students can get a student travel pass and railcards for an easier commute.

1. Bus: This service is spread across, making it convenient for students to travel. The average bus fare is AU$5, and the concessional fare is AU$2.25. Many buses in Melbourne are accessible for people with disabilities, including low-floor buses with wheelchair ramps and spaces. If you require assistance getting on or off the bus, the driver can assist. You can take the Southern Cross Station bus stop, Melbourne Central/Lonsdale St bus stop, and Swanston St bus stop.

2. Bicycle: Melbourne is a very bike-friendly city, with many dedicated bike lanes and paths. You can rent a bike through a bike-sharing scheme such as oBike or Melbourne Bike Share or purchase a bike for personal use.

3. Rail: Melbourne has 218 suburban stations on 16 lines, most of which are subway stations. Flinders Street Station is Australia's busiest rail hub, serves the entire network, and remains a prominent Melbourne landmark and meeting place. A full-fare myki card costs $6, and a concession, seniors, or child myki costs $3.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Melbourne

Students need not worry about unwinding after a long week in Melbourne. The city offers a dynamic cultural scene, a diverse population, and a mix of modern and historic architecture. The streets of Melbourne are buzzing with cosy cafes and restaurants, shopping spots, art galleries, antique shops, and amazing clubs and bars. If you are into premium dining, then Red Spice Road, Lake House, and Chin Chin are among some of the finest restaurants in Melbourne that offer lip-smacking cuisines. Try these beautiful, cosy cafes in Melbourne: Caffé E Torta, Higher Ground, Top Paddock Cafe, The Journal Cafe, Seven Seeds Coffee Roasters, Little Rogue, and Brown Sugar Cafe.

The Toff in Town, Boardies Bar, Good Heavens Rooftop Bar, Union Electric Bar & Rooftop Gin Garden, Boilermaker House, Bar Ampere, The Drunken Poet, Cherry, and The Mitre Tavern are some of the go-to bars and clubs if one is in the mood to unwind with some drinks and live music. They are among the city’s most famous clubs and guarantee a nightlife filled with fun and a spirit of excitement for your student life in Melbourne. The other popular attractions you must explore include the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Queen Victoria Market, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Skydeck, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), State Library Victoria, and ArtVo.

Melbourne Tourist Attractions

With so many captivating tourist attractions and things to do, it's no wonder Melbourne is among the most famous cities in the world. The hubs, pubs, delightful cafes, leisure places, parks, and clubs drive learners to Melbourne. We have listed some of the most popular tourist attractions that you can explore while staying in the city. Have a look:

1. Cricket Ground
2. Albert Park
3. Melbourne Park
4. Melbourne Skyline
5. Royal Botanic Gardens
6. Federation Square
7. Melbourne Cricket Ground
8. St Kilda Beach
9. Great Ocean Road
10. National Gallery of Victoria

Top Universities in Melbourne

Melbourne is home to some of the best universities offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs across disciplines! You can find your ideal university for your preferred course. We have listed some of Melbourne's top universities below:

1. Charles Sturt University
2. Asia Pacific International College
3. Edith Cowan University
4. Victorian Institute Of Technology
5. Melbourne Institute of Technology
6. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
7. Australian Catholic University

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