College/Universities in Australia

The main intake for all Australian Institutions is February. Every university opens admissions for all courses that they offer, for the February intake. There is also a Mid-year intake offered by some Australian Universities during July. It is important to keep in mind that, a university offering an intake in February might not necessarily offer all the courses that they have on list, during the mid year intake. Whether or not a University will offer a July intake can be found out on the university website, university brochures or from our educational counselors. A few universities also follow November (summer) intake for limited courses. Generally universities follow semester system and for some programs, they have trimester system.

The following qualifications are available at Australian universities and approved higher education providers.
Bachelor Degree: minimum 3 years
Bachelor Degree (Honours): minimum 4 years

The Bachelor degree is the fundamental university qualification and is the basic qualification for entry to the professions. Some professions may require additional vocational qualifications as a condition of entry.

Study involves acquiring a systematic and coherent body of knowledge, its underlying principles and concepts, and associated problem-solving techniques. Study usually involves major studies in an area where significant literature is available. Course content is to a significant depth and progressively developed to a high level, preparing students for further post-graduate study if desired.

A Bachelor Degree with honours takes an additional year after a Bachelor Degree. Honours may also be granted where outstanding achievement is recorded in a Bachelor Degree course of four or more years.

Graduate Certificate: 6 months :
The Graduate Certificate typically involves broadening individual skills already gained in an undergraduate program, or developing vocational knowledge and skills in a new professional area.
Graduate Diploma: 12 months (1 Year) :
The Graduate Diploma either broadens individual skills obtained in an undergraduate program or develops vocational knowledge and skills in a new professional area. This qualification can also be described as further specialization within a systematic and coherent body of knowledge.
Masters Degree: 1 to 2 Years :
The Masters Degree involves enhancing specific professional or vocational skills. The Masters Degree is typically gained by research or coursework or a combination. Study involves acquiring in-depth understanding of a specific area of knowledge, usually by independent research. A Masters Degree takes either one-year after a Bachelor Degree with honours or two years after a Bachelor Degree.
Doctoral Degree: 3 years :
The Doctoral Degree is the highest award offered by Australian universities. Although it is a research degree, some programs may have a course work component. There are three components to a Doctoral Degree:
a searching review of the literature, experimentation or other systemic approach to a body of knowledge.
an original research project resulting in a significant contribution to knowledge and understanding and/or the application of knowledge within a discipline or field of study.
a substantial and well-ordered thesis, demonstrating the relationship of the research to the broader framework of the discipline or field of study.
Vocational Education and Training :
Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) delivers training that is both practical and career-oriented and includes courses in computing, business studies, marketing, tourism and hospitality. VET is also available in Australian schools. VET courses are provided by both public institutions called TAFE Institutes and private colleges. All institutes and colleges are subject to Government monitoring to ensure high standards. Australian VET graduates are able to seek employment with the knowledge that their skills are those demanded by employers. Under Australia’s national qualifications framework, graduates can also progress into higher-level courses including entry into universities for Diploma and Bachelor degree courses.
Universities :
The terms University and Degree are protected in Australia so that only institutions which meet Australia’s high quality assurance processes can use the titles. Australia has 39 universities, which are listed on the registers of the Australian Qualifications Framework. Australian universities also have overseas branch campuses, twinning arrangements and exchange programs for students and staff globally. Australia has nearly 4000 formal agreements with universities around the world. Many Australian universities concentrate on traditional areas of learning and inquiry, while others are more vocational and applied in focus. All, to some extent, combine tuition with research.
Australian Catholic University
University of New South Wales
Australian Defence Force Academy
University of Newcastle
Australian Graduate School of Management
University of Notre Dame Australia
Australian National University
University of Queensland
Bond University
University of South Australia
Central Queensland University
University of Southern Queensland
Charles Darwin University
University of Sydney
Charles Sturt University
University of Tasmania
Curtin University of Technology
University of Technology Sydney
Deakin University
University of the Sunshine Coast
Edith Cowan University
University of Western Australia
Flinders University
University of Western Sydney
Griffith University
University of Wollongong
James Cook University
Victoria University
Macquarie University
Murdoch University
Queensland University of Technology
Southern Cross University
Swinburne University of Technology
University of Adelaide
University of Ballarat
University of Canberra
University of Melbourne
University of New England
There are several courses available in each of the following fields of study in various universities. Students may apply for undergraduate (Bachelor’s) or graduate (Master’s and Doctoral) courses in the following fields of study.
Earth Sciences
Legal Studies
Ecology and Evolution
Librarianship and Information Management
Aerospace Engineering
Aged Care Nursing
Education and Training
Management and Commerce
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Aircraft Maintenance
Marine Craft Operation
Aircraft Operation
English Teacher Training
Marine Science
English as a Second Language
Maritime Engineering
Animal Husbandry
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Studies
Massage Therapy
Materials Engineering
Mathematical Sciences
Family and Consumer Studies
Mechanical Engineering
Farm Management and Agribusiness
Medical Science
Atmospheric Sciences
Fashion Design
Mental Health Nursing
Fine Arts
Audi Visual Studies
Fire Technology
Automotive Engineering
Fisheries Studies
Mining Engineering
Baking and Pastry making
Banking and Finance
Food and Beverage Science
Natural and Physical Sciences
Beauty Therapy
Food Hygiene
Behavioral Sciences
Food Processing Technology
Networks and Communications
Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Food Science and Biotechnology
Nursing Education
Biological Sciences
Footwear Making
Biomedical Engineering
Forensic Science
Nutrition and Dietetics
Forestry Studies
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Building Construction Management
Foundation Studies
Occupational Health and Safety
Building Science and Technology
Furniture Making
Occupational Therapy
Building Services Engineering
Gender Specific Studies
Operating Systems
Business and Commercial Law
General Education
Optical Science
Business and Management
General Medicine
Career Development Programs
General Nursing
Organizational Management
Care for the Aged
Care for the Disabled
Para-legal Studies
Chemical Engineering
Geomatic Engineering
Para-medical Studies
Chemical Sciences
Graphic Arts and Design Studies
Children’s Services
Health Promotion
Performing Arts
Chiropractic and Osteopathy
Civil Engineering
Communication and Media Studies
Hospitality Management
Communications Technologies
Human Biology
Community Health
Human Movement
Community Nursing
Human Resource Management
Complimentary Therapies
Human Welfare Studies
Computer Engineering
Police Studies
Computer Graphics
Industrial Engineering
Political Science
Computer Sciences
Industrial Relations
Construction Engineering
Information Systems
Information Technology
Project Management
Insurance and Actuarial Studies
Interior and Environmental Design
Creative Arts
Internal Medicine
Public Health and Healthcare Administration
Criminal Law
International Business
Public Relations
International Law
Quality Management
Critical Care Nursing
Investment and Securities
Curatorial Studies
Jewellery Making
Curriculum Studies
Real Estate
Justice Administration
Database Management
Laboratory Technology
Sales and Marketing
Dental Assisting
Land Parks and Wildlife Management
Security Science
Dental Technology
Landscape Architecture
Social Work
Drama and Theatre Studies
Soil Science
Speech Pathology
Sport and Recreation
Structural Engineering
Systems Analysis and Design
Taxation Law
Teacher Education
Textile Design
Textile Making
Tourism and Hospitality
Transport Engineering
Urban Design and Regional Planning
Veterinary Science
Visual Arts and Crafts
Water and Sanitary Engineering
Written Communication

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