Melbourne is reknown as the cultural and recreational hub of Australia. At the same time, the 2nd most multicultural city in the world, si definitely a great attraction for international students. With over 5,000 people, the city of Melbourne's population is made up of many groups of people of all ages and from many different cultures. Residents might include entrepreneurs, young professionals, talented artisits and international students seeking to enjoy the vast variety the city has to offer. Melbourne offers some of the best entertainment in the country, with many Markets & festivals; Sport events, exhibitions, shows and outdoor attractions that you cannot say there's nothing to do.
Studying in Melbourne
Melbourne is where most multinational companies from Australia and Asia have their headquarters, making one of the Business' centres of this side of the world. If you like music, markets, festivals or exhibitions there are always events for you to go to. Many are low cost or free. Including some of the most reknown sport events on earth like the ATP tour or the Formula 1. With all this entertainment on offer, it’s no surprise that Melbourne is voted one of the world’s most liveable city.
Melbourne is capital of the Australian' state of Victoria, next to the Pacific Ocean. Melbourne is home to many of Australia's best-known landmarks, such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the National Gallery of Victoria and the World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building. The best way to get around Melbourne is by tram. Trams operate throughout the day and offer multiple routes that criss-cross the city. There's even a free tram designed just for tourists. You can also board Melbourne's buses and trains with the same myki ticket that you'll use for trams. Do not forget to bring the umbrella with you at all times, in Melbourne you never know when will rain!