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Living in Melbourne


Colourful, lively Melbourne has broad appeal for every type of traveler, everything from cozy cafes and local art to national history to spectator sports. Start your day with a "flat white" coffee before hopping on the free City Circle Tram loop to check out singular attractions like the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Healesville Sanctuary, where animal friends await. Melbourne is also a great starting point for day-trips to explore the Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island.

Moving to Melbourne has changed the lives of so many people and helped make this one of the world’s greatest cities. Migrating to Melbourne could be one of the best decisions you ever make.

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There are many accommodation options while living in Melbourne. Many students choose to live in shared accommodation with other students and this is an excellent way to make friends and improve your English.


Universal English is located in the middle of the city and there are many transport options to get to school. The closest train station is Flinders Street which is only about 5 minutes on foot.

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Student Health Insurance

Health insurance is very important in Melbourne as medical bills can be very expensive. All students who hold a student visa are must have current health insurance as it is a government requirement.
We have partnered with BUPA who specialize in providing OSHC to students. You can find more details by visiting their website using the link below.

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