The University of Melbourne is committed to fostering an environment where the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous people is characterised by mutual respect and positive relationships.
The University's senior leadership is guided by the Traditional Owners Advisory Group and the Indigenous Strategy Reference Group, working closely with Associate Provost, Professor Marcia Langton and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous), Professor Barry Judd.
Murmuk Djerring is the University's Indigenous Strategy 2023-2027 which outlines a number of important priorities and opportunities to strengthen efforts towards benefitting society through the transformative impact of education a research. Learn more about Murmuk Djerring.
If you are seeking further information about University policy please contact the Indigenous Strategy team.
We support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are studying or considering study at university.
The University follows certain protocols that ensure appropriate acknowledgment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Looking to begin a course at the University? Get in contact with our team.