The School of Biomedical Sciences is part of the largest biomedical precinct in the southern hemisphere.
Our students succeed at the highest levels - and employers seek out our graduates.
As Australia's leading comprehensive research-intensive university, the School is in demand among the brightest minds in biomedicine.
Meet some of our students, world-class researchers and teaching talent, and find out where our incredible graduates are now.
The Bachelor of Biomedicine is ideal preparation for a career in medicine and professional health - it is aligned with those offered by many top institutions worldwide. Here are some of our Biomedicine students in the School of Biomedical Sciences. Read their stories and find out why these ambitious minds chose Melbourne.
“My peers are deeply interested in healthcare and how science can be used to help others”
"The people have been the highlight of my experience – I have been inspired by the talent around me.”
“Biomedicine has given me a wonderful introduction to health sciences…I’ve become more confident and focused."
“I love the learning environment – and the fabulous opportunities offered, like the exchange program.”
The Bachelor of Biomedicine at Melbourne is designed specifically for future doctors and health professionals who want to make a difference.
These are just a few of our inspiring graduates. Find out where the Bachelor of Biomedicine has taken them.
Internationally recognised academics and active researchers teach our students. These academics are passionate, collaborative educators, who infuse their expertise into the curricula. They ensure students are prepared – not just for the workforce, but also for tackling the big health challenges of our time.
The University of Melbourne supports the greatest number of research students of any university in Australia, bringing together researchers from across the generations.
Outstanding facilities and commitment to discovery makes the School in demand among the brightest minds in biomedical research. Here are just a few of the leaders contributing to our world-changing research.