Hugh Culling Erdley Childers, who founded the University of Melbourne in 1853, is Australia's second-oldest higher education and research university and one of the country's top universities.
The university has 11 separate academic institutions on its campus and in the research field, such as the Flory Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, the Walter and Eliza Institute of Medical Research, and the Gratton Institute. Every year more than 49000 students get admission in college, out of which 14000 are from other countries.
Large campus area.
Separate male and female hostel.
Good quality food in chaos.
Sports complex including various sports.
Cricket Ground, Volleyball Ground, Basketball Ground, Football Ground, Table Tennis Ground.
Separate gymnasium for boys and girls.
Study and multimedia facilities.
Resources and support for students with disabilities or learning disabilities.
Restaurant / Cafeteria