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Collected by: University of Melbourne

Archived since: Sep, 2008

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A collection of the web sites of the University's Schools. These may be part of or affiliated with a particular University Faculty or Department.

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Title: Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation

URL: http://cultural-conservation.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (CCMC) is the only centre of its kind in Australia, combining both theory and practice of cultural material conservation. The Centre has responsibility for the conservation of the University of Melbourne’s vast collections of cultural material and provides commercial conservation programs, treatments and advice for individuals and organisations. Our teaching programs offer specialist courses in conservation and art authentication. The Centre has a strong research track record and active research programs, with national and international collaborations. In addition, the Centre seeks to develop postgraduate research opportunities, relating to the broader issues of cultural preservation, particularly for communities and cultures within the Asian-Pacific region.

Captured 8 times between Jan 10, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: School of Culture & Communication

URL: http://culture-communication.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Culture and Communication maintains a strong commitment to disciplinary innovation together with a focus on rigorous research into all dimensions of culture and communication. We aim to build a teaching environment that is at once exciting, challenging, and fully supportive of our students. The core skills that we teach can be transferred to many areas of life. These include: the ability to think and write creatively skills in the close reading of literary and cultural texts a broad-based knowledge of the history of cultural forms a capacity to communicate elegantly, rigorously, and with a sense of audience

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: Melbourne School of Government

URL: http://government.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Melbourne School of Government aims to improve the capacity of decision-makers to build shared futures in the face of hard global challenges and public governance dilemmas.
 This means: providing politicians, public servants and citizens with sound evidence to help them consider the long-term consequences of the choices they make supporting the development of robust public institutions that are able to deliver programmes and services but also able defend the public interest, and contributing to a culture of public discussion and debate to ensure that new ideas and policy options are fully examined.

 Achieving these ambitions in a world where the challenges are complex and interconnected requires access to multi-disciplinary expertise and know-how that can offer insights into the scientific, technical, ethical and social dimensions of public problems and governance dilemmas. The Melbourne School of Government aims to do this by bringing together University experts with politicians, industry leaders and civil society organisations and creating a fertile environment where ideas, disciplinary expertise and leadership combine to generate wise and actionable solutions. 
 
 Working with colleagues from a range of disciplines including economics, development studies, international relations, law, politics and management, the new School will inspire and nurture a future generation of leaders devoted to public service and committed to improving our world. Our curriculum will be attentive to the hard global challenges and public governance dilemmas we face, will be informed by important geo-political trends such as the rise of Asia, and will equip our graduates with the necessary tools and skills to turn ideas into practical action.

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Title: Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://graduate.arts.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers exciting opportunities for intellectual engagement and collegiality, our academic and professional staff foster and support cohort-building and networking between students, academic experts and industry leaders. Our programs are of world class quality and scholarship, and our academics encourage critical inquiry, creativity, and a questioning of ideas and theories. We aim to provide an environment that enables our graduates to be responsive to changing global and workplace circumstances. The Graduate School provides unique and purpose-built physical spaces in the magnificent heritage-listed Old Arts Building. Our graduates become part of a dynamic global community of thinkers, scholars and leaders, which extends beyond graduation to an alumni network. The Graduate School offers sixteen Masters by Coursework programs across the humanities and social sciences. We also offer Master by Research and PhD programs.

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Title: Home | Melbourne Graduate School of Science

URL: http://graduate.science.unimelb.edu.au/

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Title: MSHS Home : Melbourne School of Health Sciences

URL: http://healthsciences.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: About us The Melbourne School of Health Sciences (MSHS) provides qualifying and postgraduate courses in the disciplines of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Social Work. We offer outstanding study and research opportunities for graduates and experienced practitioners. Our range of course options enable students to: enter the health science professions extend their skills and knowledge for leadership and advanced practice undertake research and make new contributions to their discipline.

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Title: History : School of Historical Studies

URL: http://history.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Since 1854, the University of Melbourne’s History program has been at the forefront of the study of history in Australia. In terms of the scale and standing of its staff and research fellows, the size of its postgraduate research school, the number of postdoctoral fellows, and the level of competitively-awarded research grants, the History program is now one of the largest and most significant in Australia. It draws on the specialist knowledge and practical experience of leading historians, both established and emerging, and its research engagement is extensive. Supervision is offered for research degrees across a comprehensive range of periods, geographic and thematic areas to a diverse and international student body. Areas of specialisation include ancient history, medieval and early modern, and modern history. There are specialists in European, Asian, African, American and Australian History as well as thematic histories with an inter-disciplinary and international orientation such as human rights, social and cultural history, postcolonial and indigenous history, heritage, urban and public history, memory and oral history, transnational and diasporic histories.

Captured 21 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: History and Philosophy of Science : School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry : Faculty of Arts

URL: http://hps.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: History and Philosophy of Science studies science just as science studies the world. From global warming to gene technologies, from cyber-relationships, to religion and politics, science and technology mediate change and help us understand the world and our place in it. HPS brings together teaching and research in the history of science and medicine, the philosophy of science, the social studies of science and technology, Social Theory and Computer Applications. HPS seeks to bridge the two cultures of the sciences and the humanities. And with science and technology's central place in modern life, we need to think about scientific knowledge and its applications in a systematic, critical way. While most of us are not professionally trained to manipulate scientific knowledge independently, we can acquire a form of scientific and technological literacy that enables us to understand 'where the science is coming from' and what it means for us and our needs. The University of Melbourne began teaching HPS in 1946, one of the first places in the world to do so. It is one of the most eclectic programs in the university, embracing interests in 'almost everything'.

Captured 21 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: Centre for Jewish History and Culture : School of Historical Studies

URL: http://jewish-studies.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Hebrew and Jewish studies have been part of the fabric of teaching at the University of Melbourne since 1946. It began with the endowment of the Lazarus and Abraham Sicree Chair of Semitic Studies and the appointment of the foundation professor, Maurice Goldman. Since then, Hebrew and Jewish studies have earned both national visibility and international recognition, and have acquired a place of honour for scholarly excellence, educational initiatives and cultural outreach. Over the last 60 years, the level and range of courses in Hebrew and Jewish studies at the University of Melbourne has grown and continues to expand to this day. We strive to make available to scholars, students and the public the riches and beauty of the Hebrew language and the Jewish tradition, in all its phases. To that end, we offer Hebrew language courses at four levels, from beginners to advanced. Our teaching program is varied and broad. At an undergraduate level, we offer students an opportunity to explore aspects of the Hebrew language and literature, Jewish history, film, culture, religion, literature, thought, society and politics. At the postgraduate level, the Centre enables students to undertake Honours, Masters and PhD studies.

Captured 8 times between Apr 12, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: Journal - School of Culture and Communications

URL: http://journals.culture-communication.unimelb.edu.au/the-pub/index.htm

Captured 4 times between Jul 02, 2012 and Jan 19, 2013

Title: Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science

URL: http://land-environment.unimelb.edu.au/about-us/our-departments/dfes/

Description: The Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science (DFES) was founded in July 2004 and is the culmination of a longstanding research partnership between the University of Melbourne and the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE). The new school comprises more than 50 scientists working in basic and applied fields that cover many aspects of forest and ecosystem science, from the molecular to the ecosystem level. Staff are based in high quality facilities at the rural centre of Creswick, the main University campus in Parkville and at the Burnley Campus. There are also field stations in Myrtleford and Orbost. Academic staff have extensive research collaboration with scientists across the Melbourne School of Land and Environment, with other academics in the University of Melbourne , with state and national research and land management agencies and with many international

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 20 Videos Captured

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: School of Languages and Linguistics | School of Languages and Linguistics

URL: http://languages-linguistics.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne was created in 1993 as the vehicle for providing excellence in language teaching and learning, and for ensuring wider access, across the University community, to high level competency in languages and cultures. Its organisational structure, in close association with the Asia Institute, and its outreach to the rest of the University through the Diploma in Languages and the Diploma in Modern Languages, have been widely seen as models of best practice in the Australian system. Drawing on the expertise of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, the Language Testing Research Centre (LTRC) and the Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross Cultural Communication (RUMACCC), the school promotes working together in language teaching, learning and assessment strategies. The School also provides a focal point for reflection and research in all areas of linguistics, and in the interface between language and culture.

Captured 3 times between Sep 14, 2012 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 26 Videos Captured

Title: Graduate School of Business and Economics

URL: http://mbs.unimelb.edu.au/

Captured 10 times between Oct 11, 2010 and Jan 19, 2013

Title: School of Medicine

URL: http://medicine.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: About the School The School of Medicine offers undergraduate medical training and postgraduate programs are taught through the departments of the School. MDHS Student Centre The MDHS Student Centre is located on the ground floor of the Medical Building on the corner of Grattan Street and Royal Parade, Parkville. This centre should be the first port of call for all enquiries regarding the departments of the school or any of the programs offered by it.

Captured 21 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 1 Videos Captured

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Title: Melbourne School of Design | University of Melbourne

URL: http://msd.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Study the built environment at Australia’s number one university Whether you are looking to start out in your chosen profession, or wishing to extend or change your career, Melbourne School of Design graduate programs will ensure you have a professionally relevant and industry-focussed degree in the built environment.

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Title: Nursing at Melbourne

URL: http://nursing.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Nursing and Social Work is a vibrant learning community which seeks to influence professional practice through high quality educational experiences for our students, the conduct of practice-based research and Knowledge Transfer. The School boasts close working relationships with a range of industry partners in health and community services.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: Melbourne School of Population Health

URL: http://pgh.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Melbourne School of Population Health is a leader in providing quality teaching programs, achieving the highest teaching evaluations in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences. The School has created a welcoming, supportive environment for graduate research and coursework students. The unique research strengths of our internationally recognised research centres, together with our active industry collaborations and involvement in Public Health policy and practice, fosters a stimulating learning environment for our students, and creates exciting research training opportunities.

Captured 20 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: Philosophy : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://philosophy.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Department of Philosophy of the University of Melbourne is an old one, with a wealth of history and achievements. Philosophy was taught at the University from its foundation in 1853, and the Boyce Gibson Chair of Philosophy, founded in 1886, is, in fact, the oldest chair of philosophy in Australia (though it was given its current name only in 1966, after the retirement of Sandy Boyce Gibson, who succeeded his father, W. R. Boyce Gibson, in the Chair). The Department started off modestly, with the appointment of Henry Laurie, who was as much professional journalist as professional philosopher. But over its life, it has grown in strength and reputation. One small statistic is an index of this. When the University was founded, it had a total 16 students. The number of students who take philosophy subjects each year is now in the thousands.

Captured 21 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: School of Physiotherapy

URL: http://physioth.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Established in 1991, The School of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne makes distinctive contributions to the physiotherapy profession and society in research, learning & teaching and knowledge transfer. Excellence in learning and teaching has been recognized for both our undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Our Bachelor of Physiotherapy program is consistently ranked in the top 10% of Australian University courses and is frequently rated as the top physiotherapy course by the Graduate Careers Council of Australia. Our graduates are trained to be workforce ready and many return to enroll in our PhD, clinical doctorate and masters by coursework physiotherapy programs. The final intake for the Bachelor of Physiotherapy Program will be in 2009, after which a transition will be made to our new Graduate Entry Physiotherapy Program, commencing in 2011. Students in Physiotherapy can expect dynamic and interactive learning through the structure of our academic programs that are informed by current best clinical practice. We provide a friendly and supportive learning environment, exposure to the best teachers and clinicians from first year, a strong cohort experience, learning programs underpinned by strong scientific research, and mentoring from dedicated academics with enthusiasm for student learning. Co- and extra-curricular experiences (including our strong clinical education program) are designed to enhance learning, individual development and preparation for a career in healthcare. Our professional team ensures student centered services that are efficient, effective and delivered in a professional and friendly manner. Research is a strength within the School of Physiotherapy, with more than 50 research higher degree students enrolled. Our excellent academics are research active and ensure that learning and teaching are informed by scientific research. High priority is directed towards excellent supervision and ensuring that students have access to the infrastructure and resources needed to complete their studies to a very high standard without delays. Two outstanding Research Centres, CHESM and RSRC, provide nuclei for our research programs. Knowledge transfer is ensured by our strategic collaborative partnerships with the physiotherapy profession. This is facilitated through our Clinical Schools and relationships with the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Australian Physiotherapy Council and the Australian College of Physiotherapy. Our team was recently recognised with an inaugural Knowledge Transfer award. Our staff, students and graduates work in hospitals, private practices and with internationally competitive sporting teams.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: School of Historical Studies

URL: http://shaps.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Historical Studies was formed in 2007 comprising of the Australian Centre, the Department of History, the Centre for Classics and Archaeology, the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation and the Centre for Jewish History and Culture. The new School brings together a lively, engaging and vibrant programme of teaching and research which offers a wide variety of courses and subjects. The School offerings give you an opportunity to extend your knowledge and understanding of your historical interests in a range of diverse contexts, as well as to develop your capacity to analyse, think critically and communicate effectively. The School offers both breadth and depth - covering through its subjects a diversity of times, places and themes which reflect the latest developments in historical research and vocational practice. The School further explores multi-disciplinary perspectives on ancient Graeco-Roman, Aeggean and Near Eastern civilisations including ancient languages. Through the Australian Centre we foster an appreciation and critical examination of Australian society. Our Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation investigates new areas and innovative practices in instrumentation and analysis, policy and programs in the area of the preservation of cultural materials.

Captured 8 times between Jan 10, 2011 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: Social Work, Melbourne School of Health Sciences, University of Melbourne

URL: http://socialwork.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Social Work at The University of Melbourne was first established in 1941. In 2007, the School of Social Work became a joint school with Nursing within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences. Social Work and Nursing share research strengths and expertise in areas such as mental health, chronic care management and service delivery, aged care, and family and child welfare. The formation of a joint school has ensured that Social Work at The University of Melbourne remains a leading provider of professional social work education within Australia.

Captured 21 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs

Title: School of Social and Political Sciences

URL: http://ssps.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: It is a pleasure to welcome you to our School which is at the forefront of teaching and research in the social sciences in Australia. We have a team of dedicated academic and professional staff in the disciplines of Political Science, Criminology and Sociology as well as our allied research centres providing a dynamic and rewarding environment to further your studies.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: School of Botany

URL: http://www.botany.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Botany is renowned internationally as a leading department for research and training. The School offers an exciting and stimulating research environment to study plants and plant processes. Programs cover the broad spectrum of basic, strategic and applied research. Active collaborations are with Universities and Research Institutes within Australia and overseas, the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, State and Federal government agencies, and industry.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 65 Videos Captured

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Title: Clinical School, Austin Health and Northern Health

URL: http://www.clinschan.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: This template applies to discrete sections of the website that cater to a specific target audience, such as a division, faculty, department or centre. The template provides some flexibility to allow the sub-site to establish a slightly customised look and feel, based on the Global template. Global navigation options provide access to the top levels of the University site in addition to local navigation options linking to sections of the sub-site. Typical visitors to these pages would be prospective students, first year or returning students, alumni, researchers, university staff, staff from government, industry, media, schools and members of the public.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Subject:   Academic Programs

Title: Melbourne Dental School

URL: http://www.dent.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The Mission of the Melbourne Dental School is to be a world-class, research-based school, offering education of the highest quality and to play a leading national and international role with particular relevance to the Asia - Pacific region. In recent years, the school has attracted more research funding than any other dental school in Australia and in 2003-4 established a Cooperative Research Centre for Oral Health Science and the Victorian Centre for Oral Health Science. The school has a major commitment to undergraduate dental education and the training of dental therapists and dental hygienists. It is at the forefront of graduate dental education and has Australia's largest postgraduate program. It also offers a variety of exciting and valuable continuing professional development programs for dental practitioners. The diverse range of Australian and international students from many social and ethnic backgrounds provides a stimulating intellectual environment which enhances the learning experience for all students at the school. The Melbourne Dental School has a strong tradition in dental research and an established international reputation in several research areas. Research in the school is an integral component of staff and student activities underpinning both the undergraduate and graduate curricula. The School is ranked as the leading dental research organisation in Australia by the Department of Education, Science and Training. Globally it has been ranked together with the leading dental schools at Harvard University and the University of Toronto based on the achievements of its staff and students. The major research activities of the school are conducted by four major research groups which cover a vast area of scientific research from basic science to clinical studies and involve a range of scientific disciplines. The School provides a stimulating and challenging intellectual environment at the forefront of oral health science research with state-of-the-art technologies and international collaborations.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 147 Videos Captured

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Title: School of Languages & Linguistics The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.fritss.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: French, Italian and Spanish studies are part of the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts.

Captured 20 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jul 02, 2012

Videos: 4 Videos Captured

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Title: German, Russian & Swedish : School of Languages & Linguistics

URL: http://www.grs.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Welcome to German, Russian and Swedish Studies within the School of Languages and Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts, we offer opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate study in language and culture in the European languages of German, Swedish and Russian. Our language courses cater for all levels from absolute beginners to advanced levels of competence. Language courses are complemented by a dynamic and constantly evolving array of subjects in cultural studies (including literature studies and various fields of linguistics). We offer subjects on topics as diverse as the East German secret police, German intellectual history and philosophy, German as a Foreign Language, 19th and 20th century literature, gender studies, German-Jewish relations, German popular culture and music, Russian linguistics and Nordic languages and society.

Captured 20 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jul 02, 2012

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Title: School of Languages & Linguistics Faculty of Arts

URL: http://www.languages.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne was created in 1993 as the vehicle for providing excellence in language teaching and learning, and for ensuring wider access, across the University community, to high level competency in languages and cultures. Its organisational structure, in close association with the Asia Institute, and its outreach to the rest of the University through the Diploma in Languages and the Diploma in Modern Languages, have been widely seen as models of best practice in the Australian system. Drawing on the expertise of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, the Language Testing Research Centre (LTRC) and the Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross Cultural Communication (RUMACCC), the School promotes maximal synergies in language teaching, learning and assessment strategies and provides a key nexus for reflection and research in all areas of linguistics, and in the interface of language and culture.

Captured 20 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jul 02, 2012

Subject:   Academic Programs Research

Title: Linguistics & Applied Linguistics : School of Languages & Linguistics : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.linguistics.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Linguistics and Applied Linguistics in the School of Languages and Linguistics has strengths in many significant areas of research. It has an outstanding record in attracting nationally competitive publication and research grants and has established extensive collaborative networks with local and international scholars in the field.

Captured 20 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jul 02, 2012

Videos: 12 Videos Captured

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Title: Western Clinical School: Welcome : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.nwac.unimelb.edu.au/wcs/

Description: A unit of the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences was created at the Western Hospital in 1987, and Professor Neville Yeomans appointed as Professor of Medicine to our hospital in 1988. In September 2004, Professor Yeomans took up a position as the foundation Dean of Medicine of the University of Western Sydney and was succeeded by Professor Peter Ebeling, who commenced in December 2005 and is the Head of Department of Medicine till now. Professor Neville Yeomans is the Director of Research at Austin Health currently. The Royal Melbourne Hospital/Western Hospital Clinical School remains the largest clinical school attached to the University of Melbourne Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences with approximately 90 to 100 students per year level.

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Title: School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry : Facuty of Arts : The University of Melbourne

URL: http://www.pasi.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: The School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry (PASI) offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses and conducts research into a wide variety of issues related to the historical and cultural development of ideas and principles of social organisation.

Captured 11 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 10, 2011

Subject:   Academic Programs

Title: School of Behavioural Science

URL: http://www.psych.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Psychology has been taught at the university since the late 1800s. Today, the School of Behavioural Science contains one of the largest departments of psychology in Australia, offering a diversity and quality of undergraduate and postgraduate programs unrivalled in this country. The school’s teaching is underpinned by excellence in research across a range of fields, including cognitive and behavioural neuroscience, quantitative psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology and clinical science.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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Title: School of Rural Health

URL: http://www.ruralhealth.unimelb.edu.au/

Description: Our School provides professional health education and research training in a rural context. Based at Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley, we have major nodes at Ballarat and Wangaratta and associations with nearly 40 smaller towns in rural Victoria. We offer an exciting range of multidisciplinary opportunities for undergraduate, postgraduate students and practising health professionals. We aim to make our students' time at the School rich in academic, social and cultural experiences, providing a real sense of the many opportunities in rural Victoria for community involvement and service. Our success depends on support from our local community, especially the health care sector. Partnership with many agencies in the Shepparton and Ballarat regions underpin our teaching and research.

Captured 19 times between Sep 17, 2008 and Jan 19, 2013

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