Wednesday 22 May
Considering Careers in Academia
2.00pm - 4.00pm | Multifunction Room 1888 Building Parkville | Contact
So you want to be an academic, but what is a career in academia like, and how can you get started while still doing your PhD? In the session, you will have the opportunity to hear from a panel of academics from a range of disciplines with established careers. They will talk about their own careers, the experience of working as an academic and provide some tips about how to prepare for a career in academia.
Presented by Dr Emmaline Bexley, Centre for the Study of Higher Education.
Wednesday 22 May
8.00pm - Midnight | MSLE Carpark | Contact
Tickets go on sale at the beginning of May. MSLE Students Association will get preference in buying tickets, however everyone is welcome to attend.
Wednesday 29 May
Focus On Agriculture
Learn about the Bachelor of Agriculture and find out why graduates are in such high demand in the agricultural sector. Two of the greatest issues of our time, adapting to climate change and feeding a rapidly growing global population, are placing tremendous pressures on our environments and society. Meet current students and teaching staff from the Bachelor of Agriculture and discover how you can help the world to increase its food production by at least 70% globally by 2050.
Thursday 6 June
Edible Landscapes: Challenges and Opportunities for Growing Food in Cities
9.30am - 4.30pm | Main Hall Burnley Campus | Contact
In 2013 the University of Melbourne’s Burnley Campus is celebrating the 150th year of its historic gardens. To celebrate this anniversary, we are holding four one-day symposia exploring contemporary issues in urban landscapes. Edible Landscapes in June will be followed up by Green Roofs and Walls in July, Contemporary Planting Design in September and Garden Landscapes in November.
Sunday 14 July
Burnley Campus Open Day
Burnley Campus | Contact
Australia’s best horticulture and environmental management courses – at your fingertips. At Burnley Open Day you’ll learn all you need to know about sustainable gardening and horticultural practice at Melbourne’s famous heritage-listed Burnley Gardens, celebrating its 150 year anniversary in 2013.
Tuesday 23 July
Dookie Campus Industry Night
During the July Bachelor of Agriculture Intensive at Dookie, come and listen and talk to Agribusiness experts from
Various local and government industries. They will talk about their graduate programs and give you advice on a career in Agribusiness. Light food and drinks to follow.
Grad-Link Presentation Day
A must-do for all Agribusiness or Agrifood students. Through the Grad-Link program, Rimfire Resources assesses all students who apply to the program and then through a selection process, invites students to attend a presentation day in Melbourne in August where they will hear presentations and have the opportunity to interact with a selective group of agribusiness organisations looking to hire graduates.
Sunday 18 August
Parkville | Contact
Discover all you ned to know about undergraduate and graduate coursework, research and single subject studies with MSLE at this year's Open Day!