Going to university is not just about attending lectures and tutorials and completing assignments. Bachelor of Commerce students at Melbourne are encouraged to explore opportunities that allow them to develop their skills and abilities, and ensure that they get the most out of university life.
As a Bachelor of Commerce student, you will have access to a wide variety of extracurricular activities designed to complement your degree, extend learning beyond the classroom and give you the opportunity to apply what you learn in a real-world setting. These activities are coordinated by the Student Experience team in the Commerce Student Centre, the only dedicated, Faculty-based student experience team at the University of Melbourne.
I enjoy coming to class because all of my lecturers are really interesting and engaging. I also love all of the extracurricular opportunities that are provided at the University of Melbourne that allow me to make new friends and really enjoy the time I'm spending here. I would advise new students to get involved in any campus events they can. Being involved with any societies at the University is a great way to meet new people and provides great networking opportunities professionally for when you graduate. Dylan Gardner
Bachelor of Commerce student
Commerce student experience
As a BCom student, there is wide range of enrichment opportunities available to our students.
Uni has been the most enjoyable time of my life, and I've enjoyed so many incredible opportunities to engage with my studies and enrich my degree. I went on exchange to the University of Southern California, developed my leadership skills through the Commerce Students' Society, and was lucky to be part of the winning team in the 2010 Marshall International Case Competition. Studying a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne has opened many doors for my future. Maya Dagan
BCom graduate; now works for Commonwealth Bank of Australia