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Australia

Curtin University

Australia

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Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide*, Curtin University is an innovative, global university known for its high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and commitment to preparing you for jobs of the future. Curtin is a leading global university with campuses in Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius and Dubai. In addition to our global campuses, Curtin University has education partnerships with more than 80 partner institutions in almost 20 countries. Curtin Perth is Western Australia's most popular and most multicultural university campus, and it offers our most complete range of courses. Curtin Business School is the only Western Australian business school to receive 'triple accreditation' from the world's leading business school accreditation systems, including AACSB International, EQUIS, and accreditation on our postgraduate Master of Business Administration from EFMD.
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Australian National University

Australian National University

Canberra, Australia

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Founded in 1946, Australian National University (ANU) is a leading public university situated in Canberra, Australia. With more than 350 undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral degrees, the university has seven colleges that offer courses in various disciplines. Consistent higher rankings, cutting-edge curriculum, and modern pedagogy with a vision to uplift society are the features that make Australian National University one of the sought-after study abroad destinations. 

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The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne

Parkville , Australia

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The University of Melbourne is an internationally recognised, research intensive university with a strong tradition of excellence in teaching, research and community engagement spanning more than 150 years. Melbourne’s outstanding performance in international rankings puts it at the forefront of higher education globally. It is ranked 37th worldwide on the Times Higher Education scale, 60th worldwide on the Shanghai Jiao Tong scale, and first in Australia on both. It is also ranked fourth in the world for graduate employability by the QS World University Rankings.Studying at Melbourne means you will join the best and brightest students from over 120 countries in a safe and friendly campus environment. The University offers a wide range of services to all students, including help in finding housing and accommodation, student financial aid, sport and recreation facilities, career and health services, counselling and language and learning skills.The University’s graduate schools will provide you with a professional, stimulating and supportive environment for your graduate education. Courses are focused and intense to develop your expertise and prepare you for a successful career. You will have the opportunity to study alongside peers who are highly motivated and committed to developing their skills and knowledge through tailored graduate learning. Research and research training through the PhD and Master of Philosophy is the lifeblood of this prestigious institution. Melbourne has the largest number of research students in Australia and a dedicated School of Graduate Research to provide research training and support to students. On the fringe of the city of Melbourne’s central business district, the University is uniquely placed. It serves as a hub for the Parkville research precinct – one of the world’s leading centres of medical and biotechnological research – and is a vital part of surrounding neighbour hood such as cosmopolitan Carlton. State of the art learning spaces, first-class study options and a vibrant on-campus culture mean you are assured of a broad and enriching Melbourne experience. Diversity is valued, multiculturalism is celebrated, and the integrity of the individual is respected.
 

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University of Sydney

University of Sydney

Sydney, Australia

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The University of Sydney is one of the top comprehensive research and teaching universities globally. The university offers a range of disciplines, with over 400 study areas and more than 70,000 students. The University of Sydney has its main campus named Camperdown in Australia. 


 

 

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Deakin University

Australia

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Deakin University, one of Australia's leading tertiary education providers, has won numerous awards and teaches over 60,000 students each year. Deakin is ranked in the Top 1% of universities worldwide (Shanghai Rankings), and is among the top 50 young universities in the world (QS).

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The University of New South Wales

The University of New South Wales

Kensington, Australia

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The University of New South Wales is a leading public research university in Sydney, Australia. It offers personalized teaching experiences with cutting-edge infrastructure. It is ranked number 70 in THE World Rankings 2022 and 45 in the QS World University Rankings 2023. It was founded in 1949, originating from the Sydney Mechanics Institute in 1843.  

This was followed by the Sydney Technical College in 1878, finally leading to the University of New South Wales in 1958. The university has several accreditations for its courses, including Chartered Accountants Australia, CPA Australia, CAANZ, IPA, and ACCA. The Business School has prestigious EQUIS and AACSB accreditations. The university has 63,232+ students hailing from 132 countries, along with a staff strength of 7,230. It has more than 334,000 alumni worldwide. 

The University of New South Wales has its central campus at Kensington in Sydney. Other campuses include Paddington, Sydney CBD, Canberra, and the upcoming Canberra City Campus. The institution is known for its emphasis on research, offering top-notch infrastructures like the UNSW Scientia Program and the UNSW Network Labs for research purposes. Other laboratories include the Molecular Microbiology Laboratory, Creative Robotics Lab, Interactive Media Lab, and the 3D Visualization Aesthetic Lab. 

UNSW has six faculties, including Business, Arts, Design & Architecture, Law & Justice, Engineering, Science, and Medicine & Health. The institution offers innovative research and innovative teaching experiences. There are a total of 47 schools along with 53 centers and institutes. At the same time, students can choose from 400 degrees, covering top disciplines like architecture and building, natural and physical sciences, business and management, engineering and related techniques, education, health, creative arts, and humanities and law. 

The University of New South Wales has a stellar lineup of famous alumni. Professor June Griffith taught at the institution as its first female graduate in 1952. Pat O’Shane AM was the first indigenous Law Graduate in the country, becoming the country’s first Aboriginal Magistrate and the first woman and indigenous citizen to head a Government Department. Justice David Wong (Federal Court of Malaysia) studied here, along with Senator Mehreen Faruqi, the first Muslim woman in the Australian Senate. Other notable alumni include Justin Jones, famous for his record-breaking sea kayak expedition over the Trans-Tasman in 2008.

The University of New South Wales offers several career development programs for students. These include virtual internships via InsideSherpa, professional development programs for international students, faculty-specific programs, and support for aspiring entrepreneurs and start-ups. UNSWConnect is the main jobs board for students, offering internships and volunteering opportunities, along with casual, part-time, and full-time jobs. The UNSW Employability Hub is another resource for students, helping them with skill development and vital skills they require to succeed in the workplace. 

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The University of Queensland Australia

The University of Queensland Australia

Brisbane, Australia

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The University of Queensland is one of Australia’s leading research institutions with a top-class academic infrastructure. The institution is ranked 54 in the Times Higher Education Rankings 2022, while it has earned the 36th position in the U.S. News Best Global Universities List. The university was founded in 1909, with its foundation date being April 16, 1910. 

Classes started at the institution on March 14, 1911. The institution has diverse accreditations, including the prestigious EQUIS accreditation for its UQ Business School. The University had 56,000+ students in 2021, inclusive of 21,000 international students hailing from 137 countries. It has 20,000 postgraduate students, along with a network of 307,000+ alumni. 

The University of Queensland has campuses at St. Lucia, Herston, Gatton, and Boyce Gardens. It also has a campus at UQ Brisbane City, along with the Customs House facility. It has several research and study facilities, including the Heron Island Research Station, Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Center, Hidden Vale Wildlife Center, Pharmacy Australia Center of Excellence, Moreton Bay Research Station, UQ Seismograph Station, and Pinjarra Hills Research Facility, among others. 

The University has six faculties, along with eight research institutes with global recognition, along with 100+ centers. Leading faculties include Business, Economics and Law, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Science, and Medicine. There are undergraduate, postgraduate, and research programs on offer for students. 

Some notable alumni at the university include ex-Queensland Premier The Honorable Michael Ahern AO, Niue High Commissioner Susan Allen, and the ex-CEO and Managing Director at the Brisbane Airport Corporation, Julieanne Alroe. Other alumni include leading author Thea Beatrice May Astley, the Honorable Mark Bailey MP, the Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads, Sundeep Biswas, the Managing Director, and Chief Executive Officer, Newcrest Mining Limited, and many others. 

The University strives to enhance the employability quotients of students, helping them develop their talents and find new opportunities. It has a dedicated career development cell, building industry connections, enabling better employment options, and preparing students to venture into the corporate sector. There are many global research and experience programs along with internships and staff-student partnerships on offer. There are internships available for students, work-integrated learning (placements or internships), and mentorship solutions. Students can also gain invaluable volunteering experience. There are numerous industry events and programs, along with several resources. The institution tailors applications while enabling several educational sessions and workshops. My Career Adviser is a tool for student support in this regard. 

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Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University

Adelaide , Australia

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Carnegie Mellon University is an American university founded in 1900 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Carnegie Mellon has been a birthplace of innovation throughout its history and is a global leader in bringing ground-breaking ideas to market and creating successful start-up businesses.

Established in 2006, Carnegie Mellon University in Australia forms part of Carnegie Mellon’s global footprint which includes campuses in Silicon Valley, Rwanda and Qatar.

Located in Adelaide, the fifth Most Liveable City in the world (Economist Intelligence Unit 2015) and Australia’s most affordable mainland capital city, the Carnegie Mellon Australia campus is home to students from over 28 countries, creating wide-reaching networks of contemporaries, global experts and alumni.

Students graduate with the Carnegie Mellon University American degree and are taught by highly qualified faculty who boast extensive careers in teaching, basic and applied research, and leadership in their respective fields. Classes are taught by resident and visiting faculty from Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Overseas faculty teach remotely to Adelaide using sophisticated video conferencing facilities. Controlled student-to-faculty ratios ensure the faculty provide students with personalised attention to meet their individual needs.
 

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Australia

James Cook University Brisbane

Australia

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James Cook University, Brisbane Campus is a modern high rise building, centrally located in the Central Business District (CBD) on Queen Street. It is ranked #462 by QS World University Rankings 2021. The university is ranked among the top 30 young universities by the Times Higher Education Best Young Universities in the World 2020, and its campuses are equipped with innovative services, research, as well as teaching and learning facilities for students. Over 21,500 students from more than 100 countries study at JCU’s campuses.
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Monash University

Monash University

Melbourne, Australia

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Monash University is a global research-based Australian university that focuses on research excellence. It offers the best academic infrastructure and teaching environments for aspirants. Ranked at number 57 each in THE (2022) and QS World University Rankings (2023), it is named after Sir John Monash. It was founded in 1958 by an Act of Parliament. 

It became a university in 1961, with students beginning their programs at the Clayton Campus. The major accreditations of the institution include AASCB, EQUIS, and AMBA. The university has 17,000 staff members and 86,000 students, with 44,000+ alumni across its six campuses, global teaching areas, and 100+ partner universities. 

The main campus is the one at Clayton, followed by others at Caulfield, Peninsula, Parkville, and 750 Collins Street. There are the Law Chambers as well. The university also has campuses in Indonesia and Malaysia, along with the Joint Graduate School (Southeast University) in China. It also runs the Prato Centre in Italy, and the IITB Monash Academy in India. The institution has cutting-edge research facilities and laboratories. There is the Monash Biomedical Proteomics Facility with its spectrometer and other equipment, along with the MASSIVE facility for research and the Monash Micro Imaging facility with its advanced microscopes. This is a part of the Monash Technology Research Platforms as well. 

The institution offers 127 undergraduate programs and 214 postgraduate programs for students. There are 150+ active research fields, 4,700+ higher degree by research students, and 10 faculties. Major courses include Arts, Business and Economics, Design and Architecture, Nursing and Health Sciences, Information Technology, Education, Law, Engineering, Science, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Medicine. 

Famous alumni at the university include the CEO at Linfox Armaguard, Annette Carey, Carman’s Fine Foods Managing Director, Carolyn Creswell, Richmond Football Club CEO Brendon Gale, and the Honorable Justice Anne Ferguson (former Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Victoria). Others include the founder and chief enabling officer at the I CAN Network, Christopher Varney, actor Dr. Max Gillies, BBC presenter Yalda Hakim, and singer-songwriter Vance Joy. Interestingly, famous Indian multi-instrumentalist, composer, music producer, and singer, Raghav Sachar, also studied here. 

Monash University has its own Career Center for enhancing the employability quotients of students. There are crucial eLearning materials and other tools for students, expert career coaching, 700+ short courses, self-guided quizzes and assessments, cover letter and resume assistance, interview simulators, and more. There are online Career Consultations available for students, along with Career Planning support. Students can find workshops and other information at Career Connect. They can also take up part-time and other jobs while studying. 


 

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The University of Western Australia (UWA)

The University of Western Australia (UWA)

Perth, Australia

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The University of Western Australia (UWA) is a world top 100 university, ranking 85th in the world in the highly respected  Academic Ranking of World Universities 2022 and 93rd in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2022.

UWA offers a n innovative course structure allowing students the flexibility to design courses to meet their needs and develop skills to increase their employment and education prospects. More than 25,000 students are enrolled at UWA from more than 100 countries, including over 5,000 international students.

UWA delivers world-class research and continues to attract the world’s brightest minds.  The University is a member of the Group of Eight (a partnership of Australia’s leading research-intensive universities), the Worldwide Universities Network and the Matariki Network of Universities.

UWA has a strong connection to industry and government and contributes to communities both locally and internationally. As the founder of the Perth Festival (the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere), UWA is part of Perth’s dynamic cultural scene and its campus is home to numerous galleries, museums and theatres.


 


 


 


 

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The University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide

Adelaide, Australia

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The University of Adelaide is a world-class research and teaching institution. We are centred on discovering new knowledge, pursuing innovation and preparing educated leaders of tomorrow.

As Australia’s third oldest university, we have a well-established reputation for excellence and progressive thinking. This continues today, with the University proudly ranked in the top one percent, among the world’s elite. Locally we are recognised as a vital contributor to the health, wealth and cultural life of the South Australian community.

The University recognises exceptional people as one of its greatest assets. Adelaide has over 100 Rhodes Scholars and five Nobel Laureates among its distinguished alumni. We attract academic staff who are global leaders in their fields, along with the best and brightest students, who graduate equipped to embark on a fulfilling career.

With a reputation for research quality, our researchers are committed to solving the world’s grandest challenges and having significant impact on the economy, health, public policy and the quality of life. Specialist institutes and centres work collaboratively across disciplines, and in partnership with industry and government.

Adelaide offers high-quality education experiences across a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

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Australia

Torrens University Australia

Australia

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Torrens University is Australia’s international university, committed to providing relevant and transformational education and producing research which answers society’s pressing questions. As Australia’s first new university in more than 20 years, Torrens University brings a careers-focused and global perspective to Australian higher education. Home to over 19,000 students from 115 different countries, Torrens University has quickly become Australia’s fastest growing University and boasts a credible industry-immersive difference, with 91% of our students beginning their career within 12 months of graduation. Offering high-quality, undergraduate, graduate, and specialised degree programs in a wide range of academic disciplines, Torrens University proudly delivers programs at campuses across Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Auckland, China, and online. Torrens University’s vision, ‘We champion the power of people to connect the world for good’, and its values of beginning and ending with people, being good, being creative, being bold, and being global are at its core. The vision and values underpin the university and informs all the work done in our institutions. As a certified B Corporation®, and with the belief that when its students succeed, countries prosper and societies benefit, Torrens University has an unwavering commitment to producing global graduates with the skills to form strong industry connections, rooted in a culture of change-making and positive impact on society and environment.
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University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

New South Wales, Australia

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University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a public research university located in Sydney, Australia. Holding rank 133 in the QS World University Rankings 2022, the university aims to create a global impact in terms of education and innovation. 

With a total student population of 24,166, UTS offers over 130 undergraduate and 210 postgraduate courses across a wide range of disciplines such as business, engineering, information technology, design, architecture, law, international studies, pharmacy, nursing and science.

Located in the heart of Sydney, UTS is home to a wide range of recreational and sporting activities available for students. Apart from this, the university also provides some student support services such as study support, career development, English language services, counseling, medical support, and accommodation services.

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University of Wollongong, Australia

University of Wollongong, Australia

Wollongong , Australia

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The University of Wollongong is a leading Australian institution known for its expertise in research and teaching. It is ranked 185 in the QS World Rankings 2023 and 201-250th in THE World Rankings 2022 list. The New South Wales University of Technology set up a division in 1951 at Wollongong. It became the Wollongong College of the university after that. 

The institution officially became the University of Wollongong in 1975. It merged with the Wollongong Institute of Higher Education in 1982. The institution is also AASCB accredited while earning other accreditations, including CPA Australia, Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand, Institute of Engineers Australia, Financial Planning Association, Australian Psychological Society, and many more. The University of Wollongong has 35,969 enrolled students and 156,572 alumni. The total university community represents 179 nationalities, while it also has 10 distinguished professors. 

The University has 10 campuses and multiple global partnerships. The main campus is at Wollongong, while its research-based Innovation Campus is only a few kilometers away.  It also has institutions at the Bega, Batemans Bay, Southern Highlands, and Shoalhaven. It has campuses in Southern Sydney and Southwestern Sydney, along with the Sydney CBD. Global campuses cover Hong Kong, Malaysia, Dubai, Singapore, and China. There are many other research facilities for students, including the Centre for Archaeological Science, Molecular Horizons research unit, Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry, Centre for Sustainable Ecosystems Solutions, Geoquest Research Centre, Anatomy Laboratory, Health Impacts Research Centre, Human Performance Laboratories, Laser Chemistry Laboratory, Geoanalytical Laboratory, and more. 

The University of Wollongong has 365 degrees in total. The main faculties include the Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Business and Law, Engineering and Information Sciences, and Science, Medicine and Health. Leading schools here are dedicated to education, health and society, liberal arts, psychology, geography, and sustainable communities, humanities and human inquiry, creative and performing arts, accounting, finance & economics, law, physics, engineering, medical science, nursing, and many others. 

Notable alumni include actor and model Julian Dana William McMahon, actress-singer Clare Maree Bowen, science commentator, and author Karl Sven Woytek Sas Konkovitch Matthew Kruszelnicki, and former chief executive at Anglo American PLC, Mark Cutifani. Others include rugby star and motivational speaker James Darryl Peacock and Australian writer-activist, Vanessa Badham. 

The University of Wollongong offers several career resources for students. They can opt for online mock interviews or choose practice aptitude tests. They can use the Career Hub for finding jobs, registering for workshops and events, and browsing through resources. The institution offers the Careersmart and Careersmart Discovery Tool. Students can access Careers Central for support. Aspirants may access the UOW Mentoring Program, which helps students develop employability and career skills. The Careers Centre has its own job board, while there are several internships, graduate recruitment programs, vacation work opportunities, and international jobs on offer. 

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RMIT University

RMIT University

Melbourne, Australia

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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is a public university in Melbourne, Australia. It has three campus buildings, hundreds of clubs, societies, and other basic amenities. It is a well-known institute that excels in numerous education streams like architecture, engineering, fashion, game design, business, law, and many more. This institution provides over 500 UG and PG programs and has 30,000 students. 

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University of Canberra

Australia

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University of Canberra (UC) is the home of innovation, ambition and experience-based learning. UC is a university for the professions, dedicated to providing immersive student experiences focused on employability outcomes. UC has been recognized as the fastest rising university in Australia and one of the fastest in the world (#436, QS 2022), ranked 184 among the world's universities (THE, 2021), and ranked 16th young university by the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings (2021). UC is the embodiment of Canberra and everything that makes this city distinctive — young, pragmatic, and progressive with a far-reaching, global influence.
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The University of Newcastle, Australia

The University of Newcastle, Australia

Newcastle, Australia

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At the University of Newcastle Australia, our students and researchers are working to solve the world’s great challenges. 

For over 50 years, we have made it our mission to deliver superior education to talented students from all walks of life. Our degrees are shaped around global learning, work placements and entrepreneurial approaches to develop the problem-solvers and innovators of the future. 

With state-of-the-art facilities, we offer innovative and inspiring approaches to delivering education across all of our locations - Newcastle (Callaghan), Newcastle CBD, Central Coast, Sydney, Port Macquarie and Singapore. With over 37,000 students, the University's learning community is vibrant and dynamic, offering students and researchers a world-class academic experience and a diverse professional, cultural and social learning environment.

The University of Newcastle is ranked 207 in the world by QS World University Rankings 2020. Seven of our subjects were ranked in the world's top 150 by QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019. 

The University of Newcastle's world-leading research and innovation creates new thinking, new ideas and new breakthroughs, not just in Australia, but around the globe. We're proud that our researchers are among the world's best. The significance of our research is reflected in the Australian Government's Excellence in Research Australia assessment, which awarded the University the highest possible '5' rating across 22 research fields, placing us in the top eight Australian universities for research quality 'well above world standard.' 

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Macquarie University

Macquarie University

Sydney, Australia

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Macquarie University is a globally-acclaimed Australian institution known for its research expertise. It occupies the 195 rank in the QS World Rankings and the 192nd rank in the THE World University rankings. Macquarie University was founded in 1964 and has several firsts under its belt, like open admissions procedures, grading and semester systems, and more. 

The  NSW State Cabinet named the University after Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1964. The university has received several accreditations, including the NATA accreditation for its Australian Proteome Analysis Facility (APAF). The institution has also received AACSB, CAANZ, CAIA, CFA, ACT, and other certifications. The institution has 45,000+ connected students across 100+ countries, along with 215,000+ alumni from 140+ countries. There are 10,000 degrees given annually, along with 200+ partner universities for student exchange across 40 nations. 

Macquarie University has its own sprawling 126-hectare campus with cutting-edge facilities. It also has the Macquarie City Campus at Pitt Street. This includes the Macquarie Park Innovation District, with 300+ global entities on the campus. Leading research centers to include the AIP Research Center, ARC Center of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics, ARC Center of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems, ARC Center of Excellence in Synthetic Biology, and the Center for Economic Impact of Genomic Medicine, among many others. 

The university offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs, double degrees, diplomas, intensive foundation courses, and Ph.D. and research programs. The institution has its Faculty of Arts and Macquarie Business School and the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences, and the Faculty of Science and Engineering. There are several fields of study including law, business, education, information technology, engineering, medicine and health, media, communication, creative arts, science, and psychology and cognitive science. 

 

Famous alumni at the institution include writer-columnist Miranda Devine, journalist Yalda Hakim, Manager, Aeromedical and Medical Retrieval Service, Australian Ambulance Service, Graeme Field ASM, and Adam Hills, a leading television presenter, and comedian. There is also Dr Jeff McMullen AM, a leading journalist and present-CEO at the Ian Thorpe Foundation. 

The institution offers Employability Connect programs for students, several careers, academic resources, and other opportunities. It also offers job application or resumes assistance, along with tools such as MyMQ Career Zone and CareerWISE. The former is about information for helping with interviews, resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn. CV360 offers instant online resume reviews and feedback. Students can also find part-time, casual, and full-time positions, along with graduate programs, internships, volunteering, and other jobs. The Macquarie Student Employment (MQSE) program also enables paid employment options for students along with Fast Track Workshops. There is an interview simulator for students as well. There are dedicated job search platforms for further assistance as well. The Career and Employment Service prepares students for interviews, one-on-one sessions, and more such initiatives. 

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Queensland University of Technology

Queensland University of Technology

Brisbane, Australia

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Queensland University of Technology is an Australian university, situated in Brisbane that seeks to equip students with industry-oriented knowledge to succeed in this competitive and challenging world. With more than 50,000 students, the university offers world-class infrastructure and career-centered curriculum to students.

The Queensland University of Technology, Australia, campus offers various amenities to students such as restaurants, cafes, bars, swimming pool, pharmacy, bookshops and more. The Queensland University of Technology offers more than 100 undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs with cutting-edge curriculum. The university also has a list of notable alumni pioneering in various fields. 

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University of Tasmania (UTAS)

University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Hobart , Australia

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The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is Australia’s fourth oldest university. With more than 34,000 students, the University provides a creative and stimulating academic environment and vibrant campus life. While maintaining a distinctive Tasmanian identity, the University of Tasmania offers a truly internationalized curriculum and broad access to a diverse range of degrees, student exchanges and learning experiences to shape future global leaders.

Our scholars are able to interact with the friendly locals at university and throughout the Tasmanian community, giving you a great opportunity to improve your English and career prospects while enjoying a true ‘Australian experience’.

Beyond the student experience, the University’s community is strengthened by a network of more than 105,000 alumni spanning over 120 countries, and is underpinned by collaborative partnerships with other organizations who share our strategic outlook.
 
Tasmania is uniquely placed to offer a true Australian experience. The state is an overwhelmingly English-speaking environment and has a traditional Australian culture, all in a stunning and fun-packed location. Less than two hours from Sydney and less than one hour from Melbourne, Tasmania is known for its friendly, welcoming people, pleasant temperate climate, easy access to wilderness and heritage, and a cosmopolitan lifestyle with a strong arts culture.

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Swinburne University of Technology

Swinburne University of Technology

Melbourne, Australia

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The Swinburne University of Technology is a research-oriented institution with state-of-the-art facilities. The university started as a technical college in 1908 in Melbourne. Over the past few years, it has been consistently performing incredibly with research work in technology and science. With outstanding researchers and facilities, and a focus on high-quality and ethically sound research, Swinburne is ranked among the top 300 research-intensive universities in the world. 

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Griffith University

Griffith University

Southport, Australia

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Griffith University is a young and innovative institution, having introduced the country’s first degrees in several crucial segments. The institution has the 300 ranking in the QS World University 2023 Rankings, along with the 201-250th position in THE World University 2022 Rankings list. The University was founded in 1975. 

Since its inception, the institution has emphasized environmental and social issues, along with addressing emerging challenges for the future. The Griffith Business School has AACSB International accreditation, while its programs also have the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council. Other accreditations include the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, European Bologna System, National Qualification Framework, Quality and Qualifications Ireland, and others. The institution has 55,000+ students along with 250,000 alumni from 130 nationalities. There are more than 200 degrees along with 4,000 staff members. 

There are several campuses, including Logan, Gold Coast, South Bank, Mount Gravatt, and Nathan. There is also the Digital Campus for students. There are 5,000+ national partners with 200+ international research agreements. There are several centers, including the Indigenous Research Unit, Griffith Graduate Research School, and others. Some top centers include the Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution, Australian Rivers Institute, Centre for Clean Environment and Energy, Clinical Trial Unit, Centre for Quantum Dynamics, and others. 

The institution offers more than 200 degrees for students with more than 100 online degrees. Leading subject areas include teaching, law, nursing, business, arts, and aviation. Other study fields include architecture, construction and planning, medicine, dentistry and health, engineering, IT and aviation, science and environment, and visual and creative arts. 

Famous alumni at Griffith University include Deputy Director and Head of Infection and Immunity, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Professor Alan Cowman; Inspector-General of Emergency Management for Queensland, Alistair Dawson; Lead Consultant, Voshufila Learning Center Ahmed Athif; Director (Chief Superintendent), Queensland Ambulance Service, Andrew Hebbron; and newsreader-radio host Ange Anderson. Others include communications expert Benjamin Werner, composer-conductor-violinist Brett Dean, and leading medical expert Dr. Barry Kirby AO. 

There is the Griffith Careers and Employment service, where students get assistance in finding job opportunities and building their careers. Employers are helped concerning recruitments, advertising job positions, or mentorship opportunities. The Industry Mentoring Program helps match students with industry professionals for exposure and professional development. The Industry Insights Series is another helpful option for students. They can also access the CareerHub, which helps with job applications, appointment bookings, finding information, and browsing through employer/industry profiles.

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