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  1. Australian Catholic University - North Sydney Camp

    The North Sydney Campus offers programs in arts, business, information systems, environmental science, exercise science and management, nursing and philosophy, and has around 2200 students. The campus is named after Mary MacKillop, founder of the Sisters of St Joseph in South Australia in 1866. She moved to a cottage in Mount Street, North Sydney, in the 1880s. In 1913, the Sisters established a teacher training school at North Sydney for members of the Order. In 1958, lay students were admitted. In 1971, the school became the Catholic Teachers College and in 1982 the College became part of the Catholic College of Education, Sydney.

  2. Australian Catholic University - Strathfield Campu

    The Strathfield Campus (Mount Saint Mary) offers programs in arts, career education, child protection, education, exercise science, social work, evaluation, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, inclusive education, mediation and advocacy, philosophy, professional development, professional leadership, religious education, theology and visual arts, and has around 2600 students. The campus was formerly a teachers college founded by the Christian Brothers in 1908. Lay students were admitted in 1973 and women in 1982. Mount Saint Mary College amalgamated with other Catholic colleges to form the Catholic College of Education, Sydney.

  3. Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS

    The AFTRS is the national centre for professional education and advanced training in film, television and radio. It runs full-time courses in Sydney, and part-time courses in all states in the areas of scriptwriting, cinematography, directing, producing, editing, production design, sound, screen studies and radio.

  4. Campion College

    Campion College is a Catholic Liberal Arts College in Sydney that offers an integrated program of study covering various subjects in the humanities and sciences. Campion is a small College, registered and accredited by the New South Wales Department of Education and Training to deliver undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

  5. Charles Sturt University

    Charles Sturt University (CSU) has main campuses located in the cities of Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst and Wagga Wagga, three of the fastest growing cities in NSW. As well as these campuses, the University is represented in places as diverse as Dubbo, Manly, Goulburn, Rozelle, Broken Hill, Canberra and the central business district of Sydney. Faculties include Arts, Commerce, Education, Health Studies, and Science & Agriculture.

  6. Macquarie University

    Macquarie University has developed from a small, innovative institution in Sydney's north to a multifaceted university in what has become one of Australia's leading high-technology locations. Keeping faith with its founders' fresh ideas about university teaching and organisation, Macquarie has continued to be a pioneer in Australian higher education. Its interdisciplinary approach produces graduates with wide career opportunities. Macquarie has consistently encouraged mature-age students to enrol, a trend that has proven beneficial to the entire student body. The University advocates the strong link between teaching and research: teaching staff are often at the forefront of their research fields, with resultant advantages for their students. There are six national research centres on campus. Macquarie is also home to the first Australian-English dictionary, The Macquarie Dictionary, and its companion specialist dictionaries and reference books. The University's enlightened work with disabled children has been influential throughout Australia and, in the case of infants with Down Syndrome, internationally.

  7. Southern Cross University

    Southern Cross University, NSW, is one of Australia's most technologically advanced and creative universities with an array of courses in the Arts, Media and Humanities; Commerce and Management; Education; Social Sciences; Natural and Complementary Medicine; Nursing and Health Sciences; Law and Justice; Environmental Science Management; Exercise Science and Sport Management; Indigenous Australian Studies; Psychology; Multimedia and Information Technology.

  8. University of New England

    The University of New England was originally formed in 1938 as the New England University College, a College of the University of Sydney. It became fully independent in 1954. The University of New England is located on several sites in Armidale, New South Wales, and has four faculties: Arts; Economics, Business and Law; Education, Health and Professional Studies; and The Sciences. These faculties incorporate 42 teaching departments with some 600 academic members of staff.

  9. University of New South Wales

    The University of New South Wales has approximately 34,000 students and 5,000 staff on six campuses: Kensington, St George, Paddington, Randwick and Coogee in Sydney, and the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) University College in Canberra. Twelve Faculties and two Colleges comprise the academic organisation of the University, which also operates over seventy Centres and Institutes which provide specialised research and teaching in areas not readily covered by the Faculties. Its initial emphasis on science and technology now shares excellence with disciplines as various as Arts, Fine Arts, the Built Environment, Commerce, Law, Life Sciences, Medicine, and Management.

  10. University of Newcastle

    The University of Newcastle was established in 1965 and has just over 18,000 students who can choose from 150 undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by our 11 Faculties. There are two main campuses. We also have three important areas of the university located in the city where they are close to their client base - the Faculty of Music and the Conservatorium, the University of Newcastle Legal Centre and the Graduate School of Business.

  11. University of Sydney

    The University of Sydney, Australia's first university, was established in 1850. Today, it is one of the largest in Australia, with traditions of innovation and excellence. The Camperdown and Darlington Campuses are three kilometres from the Central Business District of Sydney, while the University's other nine campuses are located throughout Sydney and New South Wales. There are now more than 100 teaching departments in the University's 17 faculties and academic colleges.

  12. University of Technology Sydney

    University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a multi-campus university spread across three major locations in the Sydney metropolitan area: the City campus, on the edge of the city centre, with areas at Broadway and Haymarket; the Kuring-gai campus at Lindfield; and the St Leonards campus, near the Royal North Shore Hospital.

  13. University of Western Sydney

    The University of Western Sydney (UWS), which opened on 1 January 1989, is a federated system comprising four co-operative and inter-related elements: UWS Chancellery, UWS Hawkesbury, UWS Macarthur, and UWS Nepean. This federated system allows the whole University to effectively represent all of the greater western Sydney in the increasingly competitive field of higher education, at a national and international level, as a single institution with common objectives and values. It also provides each member the autonomy it needs to quickly and flexibly meet the demands and needs of its local communities. Autonomy is also ensured for running academic, administrative and financial matters such as the development and conduct of courses; admitting students; the initiation and supervision of research programs; staffing; developing consultancy and entrepreneurial activities; and developing and maintaining campus facilities and properties. Each of the three network members produces its own Calendar as a separate publication.

  14. University of Wollongong

    The University of Wollongong, NSW has a Dubai Campus in the United Arab Emirates, a Shoalhaven Campus at Nowra and University access centres in Sydney, Bega and Batemans Bay. The University also offers courses in conjunction with partner institutions in a number of offshore locations including Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Faculties of Arts, Commerce, Creative Arts, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Informatics, Law, Conservatorium of Music and Science constitute the academic structure of the University. Research institutes for Environment Research, Materials Technology and Manufacturing, International Business, Social Change and Critical Enquiry, Metabolic Research, Telecommunications and Intelligent Polymer Research bring together the major research strengths of the University.


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