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  1. Australian Catholic University - McAuley Campus

    Home page for McAuley Campus of the Australian Catholic University, with links to information for prospective and existing students, staff and the higher education community.

  2. Bond University

    Bond University is Australia's first private not-for-profit University, dedicated to shaping graduates who are leaders and thinkers, imbued with initiative, enterprise and a continuing quest for lifelong learning. Bond University has five faculties - Business, Health Sciences, Humanities & Social Sciences, Information Technology, and Law as well the Bond University English Language Institute (BUELI). Class sizes are small enough to give students the personalised attention they deserve and Bond University's trimester system means graduates can start making their mark on the world sooner. A Bond degree not only helps students achieve their dream career faster, it better prepares graduates for the workplace.

  3. Central Queensland University

    The Faculty of Education and Creative Arts is committed to furthering the application and disovery of knowledge related to teaching in Education and the Arts. Student learning is enhanced through quality teaching, research and service both to and in collaboration with the community.

  4. Griffith University

    Griffith University is one university servicing three cities - Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Logan. The University's five campuses cater for more than 29,000 students including 4,500 students from overseas. A well-established international reputation and student and staff exchange agreements with more than 100 overseas institutions have resulted in a culturally diverse university serving a global community. The University also boasts one of Australia's largest music school, the Queensland Conservatorium, and Queensland's oldest art institution, the Queensland College of Art. Griffith University is named after the Rt Hon Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, GCMG QC MA LLD, a former Queensland Premier and the first Chief Justice of Australia.

  5. James Cook University

    James Cook University, situated in Northern Queensland, provides teaching programs and research training across a broad range of disciplines, offering more than 200 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. JCU has developed special strengths in a number of areas including the study of the marine sciences - marine biology and chemistry, resource management of the Great Barrier Reef, mariculture and fisheries, and coastal engineering. Other strengths in the environmental field include tropical ecosystems and their conservation and management, and natural products chemistry. JCU also excels in the areas of geosciences and geotechnology with special reference to the mineral industries, cyclone engineering, applications of computing and information sciences, electronic engineering, anthropology and archaeology in areas of particular relevance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, indigenous and regional history, and Australian literature. Courses are also offered in Pharmacy, Animal Science, Communication Design, and Photography. The Medical School specialises in the health needs of northern Australia and remote communities.

  6. Melbourne Institute for Experiential & Creative Ar

    Melbourne Institute for Experiential and Creative Arts Therapy (MIECAT), is a not-for-profit educational establishment for psychotherapists, counsellors and others wishing to be trained in the field of art therapy. MIECAT provides private multimodal education from under-graduate (certificate) levels right through to post-graduate (Master of Arts) levels.

  7. Queensland University of Technology

    Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is one of Australia's largest universities, enrolling 30,000 students including more than 2000 international students. QUT's three Brisbane campuses - Gardens Point (City), Kelvin Grove and Carseldine offer more than 130 undergraduate and postgraduate courses in eight major discipline areas: Arts, Built Environment and Engineering, Business, Education, Health, Information Technology, Law, and Science. The former Queensland Institute of Technology (est. 1965) became a university (QUT) in 1989. Brisbane College of Advanced Education amalgamated with QUT in 1990, and today the multi-campus university offers one of the widest selections of courses in Australia. Although a relatively new university, QUT's origins go back to the beginning of technical and teacher education in Queensland when the Brisbane School of Arts was established in 1849.

  8. University of Queensland

    The University has teaching and research sites throughout Queensland. Its major campuses are at St Lucia, Ipswich and Gatton. UQ has more than 400 academic programs on offer. UQ is the only institution in the state offering studies in medicine and surgery, dentistry, veterinary science, speech pathology and food technology.

  9. University of Southern Queensland

    University of Southern Queensland (USQ) specialises in distance education and the flexible delivery of educational services. It is a dynamic, young University, located in Toowoomba, Queensland, with a second campus in Hervey Bay and many regional support offices throughout Australia and in other countries. The University believes that flexible delivery is about giving people WHAT they want, WHERE they want it, WHEN they want it, and they are a large provider of international education to students studying essentially in their home country. Degree programs are offered in Arts, Business, Commerce, Education, Engineering and Surveying and Sciences. USQ also has continuing education programmes for the general and professional communities.

  10. University of the Sunshine Coast

    The University of the Sunshine Coast has over 2000 students studying within three Faculties: Arts, Business and Science. It has one of the fastest growth trajectories for any new university, and the student demand continues to grow within and outside the region. Innovation characterises the niche courses, the student support mechanisms, the flexible approaches to learning, the level of information technology access, and the human scale of an institution whose staff and students are committed to making their mark. The University will expand quickly to host an expected 20,000 students within three decades. The campus is located about 80 kms north of Brisbane, in the heart of one of the fastest growing regions in Australia, and just a short drive from surfing beaches, hinterland forests, national parks, and business centres. Local students have particularly welcomed the opportunity to study close to home, but many have also come from throughout Queensland and southern states. Almost half of the students are mature-aged and many are studying part-time. The University has paid special attention to its innovative design. The architecture maximises the advantages of a sub-tropical coastal climate by best capturing the natural light and breezes, and the distinctive colours reflect the surrounding environment.


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