Inbound students Study Abroad and Exchange at the University of Melbourne
Helpful links & addresses
American Association of University Women | Association of American Colleges and Universities | Association of American Medical Colleges | Australian-American Fulbright Commission | BrainTrack | California Housing Board | Computing Research Association | Education in the US: InfoUSA | EduPASS: The SmartStudent Guide to Studying in the USA | ePhilosopher | Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (University of Washington) | Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) | Hostelling International - USA | InternationalStudent.com | Internet Legal Resource Guide (Law School Rankings) | IStravel.com - Student Travel Centre | North American Students of Co-operation | PhDs.org | Social Psychology Network | The Center - Research Universities Ranking | The Philosophical Gourmet Report | The Princeton Review | US Consulate General Melbourne | US Department of State: Bureau of Consular Affairs - Visa Services | USNews.com (University/Graduate School Rankings) | Voice of the Shuttle: Web Site for Humanities Research
You MUST CALL FIRST to make an appointment and take some form of photographic identification with you as you will go through the security screening process at the Consulate in order to get into the building. Without a confirmed appointment you will not be allowed into the Consulate.
Advice from former exchange students: