Our dedicated Outreach team at Murrup Barak can offer you guidance and support if you are considering studying at the University of Melbourne.

We can provide you with further information and advice about applying or provide you with the resources you may need to make a decision about tertiary study.  If you are interested in studying at the University, we invite you to contact our Outreach team and they will be in touch.

Engagement opportunities

Murrup Barak and the University provide opportunities for those who may be considering studying with us to get involved with our community.


Students in Years 9,10, 11 and 12 can take part in camps where you learn more about the University. Camps are a great way to experience University and explore your interests. We highly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to apply for these camps:

Murrup Barak Camp

We are also excited to be offering an opportunity exclusively run by Murrup Barak for Year 11 and 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high-school students who are on an ATAR or IB pathway. The camp will run Tuesday 27 June to Thursday 29 June 2023. All expenses are covered for this program.

Information sessions

Our Outreach team can present to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students about the University at schools and other educational settings. School presentations suit students in Years 11 and 12 who are on an ATAR/IB pathway. We welcome all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to come along and start to think about their future pathway.

Our self-guided digital resources can also help you learn more about studying at the University.Contact our Outreach team to book a presentation or for more information.

Campus tours

Our staff and student leaders can show you and your family around our campus and facilities. Contact our Outreach team to book a visit to Murrup Barak and have a tour of the University of Melbourne. Contact accommodation providers directly if you’d like to tour their locations.

Meet us in person

Our Outreach team travel around the country to connect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may be interested in studying at the University.