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Trinity College – The University of Melbourne Information Session

Our Story






Trinity College was established in 1872, making it the oldest college at the University of Melbourne. Our proud, rich history is built on Anglican values and has positioned us as one of Australia’s most reputable educational institutions, with a strong global network of successful and engaged alumni. 


To maintain our high standing and to build on our achievements, we know we need to look ahead, so continually mould our priorities and traditions to keep pace with the evolving higher education environment and societal trends. 


We’ve taken this forward-thinking approach for many decades, for instance by becoming the first university college in Australia to admit women as non-resident students in 1883, and the first to provide a residential college facility for women from 1886 at the Trinity College Hostel (now Janet Clarke Hall). Trinity became fully co-residential in 1974. 


We then embraced international education in 1990 by establishing a Pathways School to make the University of Melbourne more accessible to overseas students. In 2001, we became one of the first colleges to provide scholarships to Indigenous students, and have actively led initiatives such as the Bachelor of Arts (Extended) program to support First Nations students in higher education ever since.

Details

Date:

March 10

Time: 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm


Organizer

AUG Student Services - Ipoh

 

Venue

AUG Student Services - Ipoh

54 Persiaran Greenhill, Ipoh, Negeri Perak 30450

Ipoh, Negeri Perak, MY, 30450