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Australian Maritime College
The Australian Maritime College is an institute of the University of Tasmania.
Do you want to captain a large vessel, safeguard the world’s marine environments or design super structures on the ocean?
At AMC you’ll be taught by industry leading experts and have access to some of the best facilities in the world. AMC can give you the necessary experience and skills to work anywhere you choose in the global maritime and marine industries.
AMC has three national centres, each focusing on a different aspect of the maritime and marine industries. These are:
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Bond University is set on a 49.86 hectare campus at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Created in the traditions of the world’s leading private universities, a series of grand sandstone faculty buildings line a landscaped promenade leading down to the tranquil man-made lake.
Lecture theatres, case study rooms and tutorial rooms are conveniently located in the University Centre building; several student restaurants, cafes and bars circle the lake; and on-campus accommodation is within easy walking distance of all university faculties.
The study facilities here are world-class, incorporating high-tech lecture theatres, the latest broadband and wifi computer connections, and libraries that are ranked among Australia’s best.
Complementing these academic features, you’ll find a comprehensive selection of recreational and social outlets that encourage interaction between students outside the classroom.
Central Queensland University
CQUniversity Australia has 6 campuses in Central Queensland - covering an area three-to-four times the size of Victoria. We have international campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
CQUniversity is one of the most engaged, supportive and responsive universities in Australia. We're focused on making higher education and research more accessible and relevant to all people, especially those who live and work in our region and beyond. Although a relatively young university, we're undertaking world-class research in the areas of health, natural resources and education. We have also been one of the most successful Australian universities in attracting and servicing international students.
Charles Darwin University
Charles Darwin University (CDU) is founded on 50 years of delivering tertiary education in the Northern Territory (NT), Australia. CDU is the NT's largest tertiary institution, with campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy, and training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara.
CDU was formed in 2003 through a merger between the Northern Territory University, Alice Springs-based Centralian College, NT Rural College in Katherine, and the Menzies School of Health Research.
Today, CDU offers a fresh approach to education, training, research and knowledge application. The University aspires to be internationally recognised as a centre for excellence in Indigenous and cross-cultural knowledge, tropical knowledge and desert knowledge.
As a multi-sector education provider, CDU provides unique pathways for students, from school-based vocational training through to advanced research degrees. Our students are drawn from the local area, across Australia and overseas, consisting of Indigenous and international students, school leavers, and mature age people returning to study.
Curtin University is Western Australia's largest and most multi-cultural university. It has a strong commitment to international engagement with Australia's third largest international student population. It maintains campuses in Malaysia and Singapore while also conducting face-to-face teaching in a number of countries. This cultural diversity adds a rich and valuable dimension to its campus atmosphere and also prepares the graduates to live and work in an increasingly global environment.
It has a long standing commitment to indigenous education and culture and has the highest enrolment of Indigenous Australians of any university in the country. Its Centre for Aboriginal Studies is recognised as a national leader in its field and it was the first university in Australia to sign a Statement of Reconciliation.
Curtin is also fundamentally committed to providing regional education within Western Australia through campuses and education centers spread across the state including Esperance, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Margaret River, Northam, Port Hedland and Albany. It also has a campus in Sydney.
It is widely recognised for the practical and applied nature of its courses, which equip graduates with essential skills through exposure to industry and business, and our research, which focuses on solving real world problems. This combination enables graduates to be effective in the workplace immediately upon graduation.
As part of this approach, Curtin has always fostered successful partnerships with industry, business and government to enhance the quality of its scholarship, teaching and research. It will continue to develop existing partnerships and to establish new ones in areas relevant to its research and teaching.
Deakin has won the prestigious Australian University of the Year award twice and was also commended with six Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning at the 2009 Australian Learning and Teaching Council Awards.
Edith Cowan University
Edith Cowan University (ECU) is a large multi-campus institution serving communities in Western Australia and a significant cohort of international students.
More than 400 courses are offered through four faculties: Business and Law, Computing, Health and Science, Education and Arts, which includes the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), and Regional Professional Studies.
The University has two metropolitan campuses in Mount Lawley and Joondalup, and also serves Western Australia's South West region from a campus in Bunbury, 200km south of Perth.
ECU is committed to breaking down barriers to education and is considered a pioneer in the development of alternative entry pathways to higher education, helping Western Australians reach their potential.
An emphasis on conducting research with industry partners in areas such as e-commerce, micro-electronics engineering, police studies, education, ecosystem management, palliative care, social justice and human services has seen ECU develop a lively applied research culture. Its Vario Health Institute, for instance, brings together 60 scientists from different disciplines to create WA's largest powerhouse of preventative health research.
Since opening its doors in 1975, Griffith University has come to be regarded as one of Australia's most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the most influential universities in the Asia-Pacific region.
We were the very first university in Australia to offer degrees in Asian studies and Environmental studies to our students and we remain a pioneer in these fields. We have grown to be a large multi-campus institution with internationally recognised strengths in teaching and research. Griffith now offers more than 300 degrees across five campuses and is home to more than 40 000 students from 124 countries. Griffith is Australia’s ninth largest higher education provider.
Griffith University allows you to choose where you want to learn. Our 5 campuses span 3 cities between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.Alternative Entry
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La Trobe University
La Trobe University is a multi-campus university based in Victoria, Australia.
With learning, teaching and research designed to enrich the world and a history of academic innovation, La Trobe is leading the way in higher education.
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