Mentoring at Melbourne
Mentoring programs at the University of Melbourne connect students, alumni and professionals to help prepare students for lives of professional contribution, leadership and as active global citizens.
Through a structured one-to-one relationship students receive crucial guidance and support in the early stages of career planning. Explore our mentoring programs to find the right program for you.
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STEM Industry Mentoring
Connecting University of Melbourne students from across the Faculty of Science and Melbourne School of Engineering disciplines with Melbourne-based alumni mentors and industry professionals from within our community.
Arts Career Mentoring Program
This program is currently in recess. For career mentoring, Arts students can connect with Alum mentors through the Ask Alumni mentoring program.
Melbourne-based career focused mentoring program, matching undergraduate students from under-represented backgrounds with members of our alumni community.
Melbourne Law School
Locally and internationally based experienced legal professionals are matched with Juris Doctor and international Melbourne Law Masters students from the Melbourne Law School.
Faculty of Business and Economics
Locally and internationally based business professionals are matched with undergraduate and postgraduate students from across all Faculty of Business and Economics disciplines.
Welcome to Melbourne
International Australia Awards students are matched with members of our alumni community who act as a cultural host, introducing students to life in Melbourne by sharing a social activity together.
A new, informal, global mentoring program where participants connect for one-off meetings. Open to all current students and alumni. Sign up anytime, anywhere.
ABP Industry Mentoring Program
Current students from all Architecture, Design and Planning courses are matched with alumni over the course of one academic year to help develop professional skills and an understanding of career paths.
MDHS Mentoring Program
Navigating through the final years of university and into the early stages of a professional career can be a challenge. The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences (MDHS) Mentoring Program connects students and alumni to help prepare students for the future.