Melbourne, with a population of more than five million, is Australia’s second largest city. It is regarded as the cultural and fashion capital of Australia and renowned for its fine restaurants. It is a true multicultural city with more than one quarter of Melbourne’s inhabitants born overseas. The city is extremely racially tolerant and very easy to work and live in. Visitors enjoy a warm and friendly reception. Melbourne is also host for thousands of international students, its charm and glow makes it one of the most interesting and liveable cities in the world.

Recognition for four consecutive years since 2012 as the city with the best quality of life in the world, Melbourne represents an excellent alternative to study and live where its cultural diversity creates an ideal environment for the international student. Melbourne is famous for its theaters, art and music festivals and the varied cuisine. In addition, Melbourne’s sophisticated transport system allows users to easily navigate using trams, buses, taxis and even rental bicycles. The sporting events that take place every year in Melbourne, such as the Grand Prix of Formula One and the Australian Open, become a city in an obligatory tourist destination. In addition, Melbourne has also hosted the Rugby World Cup and the Commonwealth Games. It was recently recognized as the best city in the world in a sports infrastructure.

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