Inbound students Study Abroad and Exchange at the University of Melbourne
A Global Network of Distinguished Research-Oriented Universities
Universitas 21 (U21), a partnership network established in 1997, comprises 25 prestigious universities in Australia and around the world. These partner institutions are committed to advancing the internationalisation of education and all offer exemplary tertiary study across a wide variety of disciplines. For more information see the Universitas 21 homepage.
Melbourne Global Mobility Program promotes a number of ways for students to benefit from the U21 network, most notably via student exchanges at Universitas 21 partner institutions, and participation in the U21 Global Issues Program (GIP).
Melbourne students applying for exchange to U21 institutions are given preference for acceptance and housing where they have the appropriate pre-requisites and the desired program is available. If you are accepted for an exchange by a U21 institution you may be eligible for a financial bonus. More information is available from the funding and scholarships webpage.
U21 Exchange Partners
|Country||Institution||Type of agreement||Specifically
PG or UG
|Canada||McGill University||General, Law||•|
|University of British Columbia||General||•|
|Chile||Pontifical Catholic University of Chile||General|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong University||General||•|
|University of Hong Kong||General||•|
|Ireland||University College, Dublin||General||•|
|Korea (South)||Korea University||General||•|
|Mexico||Institute of Technology and Higher Education of Monterrey (ITESM)||General, GIP||•|
|The Netherlands||University of Amsterdam||General||•|
|New Zealand||University of Auckland||General||•|
|Singapore||National University of Singapore||General||•|
|Sweden||Lund University||General, GIP||•|
|United Kingdom||University of Birmingham||General||•|
|University of Edinburgh||General||•|
|University of Glasgow||General||•|
|University of Nottingham||General, GIP||•|
|United States of America||University of Connecticut||General||•|
|University of Maryland||General||UG||•|
For a full list of all University of Melbourne exchange partner institutions, please see the partner institutions webpage.