This is one of the greatest eras of scientific discovery, and you can be part of it. No matter what medicine and professional health career you want to pursue – or if you have another pathway such as law, engineering or business in mind – begin your journey here.
Study at the School of Biomedical Sciences
Are you inspired by the health experts guiding us through the current pandemic? Would you like to be one of them?
Whether you want to be the public health expert who advises on policy and communications, the doctor, physiotherapist or nurse who treats patients, or the researcher or biomedical scientist who develops a vaccine – the University of Melbourne’s Bachelor of Biomedicine is the best place to start.
No matter what professional health career you pursue – or, if you have a pathway like law, engineering or business in mind – choose from 15 majors and begin your journey here.
Learn from world-renowned academics in the heart of the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct – the perfect way to begin in the field of biomedical science.
Everything you need to know about course planning, graduate pathways, how to enrich your studies and where to seek support.
We are passionate about training and mentoring the next generation of biomedical scientists. Here’s how to start your research career at Melbourne.
Scholarships, Bursaries and Prizes
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences offers an extensive range of scholarships and bursaries to undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students.
Honours & Masters of Biomedical Science
The School’s degrees each have an advanced coursework component and a research project. Discover the opportunities now available.
Digital Learning Hub
Providing a contemporary and flexible learning experience for students while fostering academics to be at the forefront of academic technology.
Meet Our Talent
Meet some of our talented biomedicine students, world-class researchers and teaching talent – and find out where our incredible graduates are now.
An interdisciplinary, student-led journal bring together the diverse works of undergraduate students.