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Cheapest Cities to Study in Australia for International Students 2020

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Many students dream to pursue tertiary study in Australia however due to the expensive living expenses and tuition fees, many put a full stop in fulfilling that dream. However, rest easy because there are Australian cities that have lower living expenses with affordable tuition fees, and some of the cities are also considered as Regional Areas. Not only that, you will be able to ease your financial burden during your study because the Australian governments allow international students to work up to 40 hours fortnightly with the minimum wage of AUD$ 19.49 per hour. So, don’t give up on that dream, when there’s a will there’s a way!

Check out the top 7 cheapest cities together with the estimated weekly living expenditure and the recommended universities below!

7. Canberra, The Australian Capital Territory

Many people mistake Sydney as the capital of Australia however, Canberra is the national capital of Australia and the name of this regional area derived from ‘Canberry’ which means a ‘meeting place’. Canberra is a modern, vibrant and multicultural city with 25% of the population being made up of students. Number 4 best student cities in Australia and number 23 in the world based on QS Best Students Cities 2019. So, this is proof that Canberra is among the greatest and best cities to study not just in Australia but in the world!

 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 260

Groceries: AUD$ 108

Utilities: AUD$ 58

Leisure: AUD$ 60

Public Transport: AUD$ 23

Total: AUD$ 509

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and don’t take into account your budget and spending habits)

 

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

Australian Catholic University

Sports-Related Subjects, Nursing, Education & Psychology

February & July

AUD$23,000 – 31,000 

Charles Sturt University

Agriculture, Accounting & Environmental Science

January, June & October

AUD$25,000 – 31,000

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6. Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane, also called the Sunshine City, is the third-largest yet affordable city in Australia. Although it is one of the cheapest cities in the country, that does not mean you are receiving a low standard of education as compared to other cities. You will receive a world-class education and top-notch living quality but with a lower price because the universities are among the top in the world. This is great for students who want to save but at the same time, you are not compensating for the quality of education. 

 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 234

Groceries: AUD$ 105

Utilities: AUD$ 54

Leisure: AUD$ 53

Public Transport: AUD$ 39

Total: AUD$ 485

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and it varies according to your lifestyle)

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

James Cook University Brisbane

Business, Information Technology & Hospitality

March, July & November

AUD$ 30,400 – 33,000

Queensland University of Technology

Communication, Nursing, Sports-Related Subjects & Education

February & July

AUD$ 31,000 – 48,000

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5. Gold Coast, Queensland

Located in Queensland, Gold Coast is one of the regional areas in Australia. This city is one of the popular destinations for most international students due to the high quality yet affordable education. Besides, the beaches such as Surfers Paradise Beach and Coolangatta Beach and the exciting theme parks are one of the many activities that students can do during breaks as Gold Coast are one of the top holiday destinations in Australia.

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 236

Groceries: AUD$ 105

Utilities: AUD$ 48

Leisure: AUD$ 78

Public Transport: AUD$ 15

Total: AUD$ 482

(The costs above are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and it varies according to your lifestyle.)

 

Check out the universities that are located in this city and their top programs below.

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

Griffith University

Hospitality Management, Pharmacy, Nursing & Business

February, June & October

AUD$28,000 – 35,000

Southern Cross University

Nursing, Midwifery, Psychological Science & Information Technology

February, June & October

AUD$26,800 – 33,000

To know more about the universities and courses, contact us 😃

4. Hobart, Tasmania

Hobart, also a regional area, is the safest city and has the cleanest air in Australia. Students can roam around and walk freely everywhere in Hobart without any fear as the people are very welcoming and friendly. Students can benefit from the small classes in university as you will receive more attention and interactions from the lecturers. This can deepen your understanding and helps you to graduate with a high GPA. Not to forget, the beautiful scenery with a cool climate and cheap living expenditure is another reason this city is the best for international students.  

 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 232

Groceries: AUD$ 100

Utilities: AUD$ 66

Leisure: AUD$ 57

Public Transport: AUD$ 20

Total: AUD$ 475

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and it varies according to your lifestyle)



Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

University of Tasmania

Environmental Science, Agriculture & Education

February & July

AUD$ 33,000 – 75,000

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3. Perth, Western Australia

Known as the ‘Education City’ of Australia, Perth received many international students from across the globe. The cheap accommodation options and the efficient transportation system make Perth the number one option for students. You can rest assured because you will receive great teachings and education from the reputable universities in Perth and they will ensure you receive a stellar student support service throughout your study. 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 203

Groceries: AUD$ 95

Utilities: AUD$ 55

Leisure: AUD$ 57

Public Transport: AUD$ 39

Total: AUD$ 449

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and it varies according to your lifestyle)

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

Edith Cowan University

Performing Arts, Cybertechnology, Information Technology & Business

February & July

AUD$30,000 – 34,000

Murdoch University

Agriculture, Education, Environmental Studies & Social Science

February & July

AUD$ 26,000 – 33,000

To know more about the universities and courses, contact us 😃

2. Darwin, Australia Northern Territory

Darwin is a vibrant city with youthful energy, is classified as a regional area, and has one of the highest employment rates in the country making it ideal for students to secure a job. Students who love a relaxed and laid back environment, this city is perfect for you as you will not be surrounded by skyscrapers but there are plenty of activities to do during the weekends and semester breaks. You could go face-to-face with a crocodile at Crocosaurus Cove, swim at Wave Lagoon, or visit the weekly markets at Nightcliff. You will never get bored!

 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 196

Groceries: AUD$ 104

Utilities: AUD$ 49

Leisure: AUD$ 72

Public Transport: AUD$ 22

Total: AUD$ 443

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and don’t take into account your budget and spending habits)

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

Charles Darwin University

Engineering, Environmental Science, Accounting & Education

March, July & August

AUD$ 26,000 – 36,000

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1. City of Adelaide, South Australia

Students can find a great balance between study and leisure because there are many festivals happening all year round as Adelaide is recognized as the city of festivals. This city is one of the Regional Areas in the country and 14% more affordable to live in than other major Australian cities. Apart from that, former President of Singapore, Dr. Tony Tan Keng Yam, CEO of PETRONAS, Tan Sri Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin, and Editor in Chief Vogue China, Angelica Cheung are among the successful people that used to live and study in Adelaide. Talking about quality, aye!

 

Average Weekly Living Budgets

Accommodation (3 Bedrooms/Shared Apartment): AUD$ 190

Groceries: AUD$ 97

Utilities: AUD$ 50

Leisure: AUD$ 15

Public Transport: AUD$ 25

Total: AUD$ 377

(The costs below are an approximate guide only based on numbeo.com and it varies according to your lifestyle)

 

Universities

Top Programs

Intakes

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

University of South Australia

Nursing, Architecture, Environmental Studies & Education

January & July

AUD$ 28,000 – 40,000

Flinders University

Nursing, Education & Sociology 

February & July

AUD$ 30,000- 39,000

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Top Universities to Study Physiotherapy in Australia 2020

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Do you know that physiotherapy was established in Australia after World War 1?

Many doctors were sceptical about using massage therapy treatment at the beginning of war. However, many soldiers required physical rehabilitation and thus, massage practitioners were able to demonstrate the effectiveness of their methods. By the end of 1918, physical therapy became widely known and at the end of 1930s, the term ‘physiotherapy’ was adopted.

But what exactly is physiotherapy and what does this treatment do? How does it help the soldiers? 

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy also commonly known as physical therapy, is a science-based profession that takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and wellbeing. This is a treatment to help people that are affected by illness, injury or disability through advice, movement, exercise and manual therapy.

Physiotherapists help to maintain health for people of all ages, help patients to manage pain and prevent disease. They will use their knowledge and skills to improve conditions related to different systems of the body such as:

Respiratory

asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis

Cardiovascular

treatment after heart attack, stroke

Neuromusculoskeletal

back pain, arthritis, sport injuries

Neurological

Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis

What are the common Physiotherapy treatments?

Soft Tissue Mobilisation

This is also referred to as therapeutic massage. This treatment helps relax patient’s muscles, reduce swelling, and circulate blood flow .This is the best treatment to relieve pain related to athletic injuries.

Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises

Physiotherapists will prescribe a range of motion exercises to promote movement, facilitate circulation and encourage joint mobility. This is to prevent atrophy or any other related postural problems and also improve patient’s flexibility and independence. 

Electrotherapy

This is an electrical simulation where electrodes will be attached to the skin. The electrodes will help the muscle to shorten which will in turn prevent atrophy. This treatment is suitable for patients with paralysis or severe range of motion.

Cryotherapy and Heat Therapy

This treatment is using cold or heat to apply to patients’ affected areas. Cryotherapy is using ice packs while heat therapy is using hot packs to the patients. This treatment is usually suitable for people with desk jobs or  professional athletes.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

This treatment is using sound waves to treat injuries in the body. The ultrasound frequency is targeting damaged tissue with soft beams and it will be absorbed by ligaments, tendons and fascia. This is suitable for patients with arthritis, tendonitis and muscle strain.

What are the skills required to be a Physiotherapist?

1. Empathy

Patients come in with low morale because they experience loss of control in certain areas of their physical health, which may make them feel insecure about their body. Therefore, you must have strong empathy feelings to help to restore back, not only their physical health but also psychological health.

2. Critical Thinking

You must be able to analyze and evaluate a patient’s situation in order to make a suitable diagnosis to treat the patients. You must be able to suggest appropriate treatments, actions, advice or therapy according to patients’ conditions.

3. Observational Skills

Different patients have different conditions and therefore, you must have strong observational skills to judge the severity of their conditions based on the gender, age and physical health.

4. Time Management

Normally, every session takes 1 to 2 hours per patient. You will need to observe, consult, perform exercise and come up with a treatment plan within the time given. Therefore, you must be good at managing time.

Career Opportunities

How to Become a Physiotherapist in Australia?

General Entry Requirements

English Requirements

IELTS 7

Academic Requirements

A-Level/ STPM/ Foundation/ UEC/ Diploma/IB or equivalent

Requirements may vary according to universities.  For further enquiries on the requirements, contact us now 😃

Top Universities to Study Physiotherapy in Australia

All the recommended courses below are the only undergraduate degrees in Australia that are accredited by the  Australian Physiotherapy Council (APC). Students will be also be eligible to apply for registration through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) to practise physiotherapy within Australia

The University of Queensland

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $46,752

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Monash University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $46,900

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

University of South Australia

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $37,800

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

University of Newcastle

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $36,610

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Griffith University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 43,000

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

James Cook University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $35,280

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

University of Canberra

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $37,200

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

University of Notre Dame Australia

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $39,000

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Australian Catholic University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $39,472

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Western Sydney University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

March

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $30,480

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Central Queensland University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)

Intake

March

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $32,100

For more information on this course and university or on how to apply, contact us now 😃

Charles Sturt University

Program

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Intake

March

Duration

4 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

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Top Universities to Study Anthropology in Australia 2020

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Have you ever wondered why Asian cultures are different from Western cultures? Or why are there so many Asian subcultures? Or why are the roles of women changed over time? These are the types of questions that you are able to answer when you pursue your education in Anthropology. Many people confuse Anthropology with Sociology. These two terms may sound the same but they are significantly different.

What is Anthropology?

Anthropology is the scientific study of humans, human behaviour, and societies in the past and present. The goal of anthropology is to understand the human evolutionary origins and the great diversity of social existence in the world. There are 4 major fields in Anthropology which will be explained in detail below: 

Archaeology Anthropology

This field studies the prehistory and early history of societies. This is to understand the technical, social, and political organization of the past systems. The archaeological record consists of artifacts, biofacts, or even ecofacts.

Biological Anthropology

This field studies the aspects of human and near-human evolution. Near-human refers to monkeys, apes, and other primates. This field also examines fossils and applies their observations to understanding the roots of human behaviour.

Cultural Anthropology

This field focuses on the cultural aspects of human societies all over the world. Their research is mostly on social and political organizations, marriage patterns and kinship systems, subsistence and economic patterns, and religious beliefs of different human societies.

Linguistic Anthropology

This study of the human communication process and focuses their research on understanding things such as the physiology of speech, the structure and function of languages, social and cultural influences on speech and writing, how languages developed over time and how they differ from each other.

Why Study Anthropology?

1. Learn fascinating facts about humanity

You are able to learn about the cultures of different societies. This would help you in the working world as you have the insights when you work with people from different background and country

2. Develop communication skills

This course will help you to understand languages in the world such as  English, Latin, or even the Romanization linguistic system. This would eventually develop and increase your skills in communication.

3. Discover how society impact your life

You will learn that society acts in certain ways because of their personality, biology, and the environment that they are in. This somehow influences your life and thinking as you grow up in the particular surrounding.

4. Decipher the mysteries of the past

You will be able to learn in-depth of the history of the past. You will get to study the evolution of jewelry, fossils and relics.

What are the Career Opportunities?

What are the General Entry Requirements to Study Anthropology in Australia?

English Requirements

IELTS 6.5

Academic Requirements

A-Level/ STPM/ UEC/ Foundation Studies/ IB/ Diploma or equivalent

Requirements may vary according to universities. To enquire more on the requirements, contact us now 😃

Top Universities to Study Anthropology in Australia

University of Melbourne

Ranked number 2 university in Australia and 16th in the world to study Anthropology according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Arts and Humanities. This program will expand your horizon as it will challenge your understanding and mindset of the world. Check out the program below.

Program

Bachelor of Arts (Major in Anthropology)

Intakes

March & August

Duration

3 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD$ 33,824 – 38,564

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Arts and Humanities ranked UNSW as the 4th university in Australia and 42nd in the world.  You will be able to gain a greater understanding of the uniqueness of different times, places, cultures, and people. Take a look at the program below.

Program

Bachelor of Arts (Sociology & Anthropology)

Intakes

February, June & September

Duration

3 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD$ 36,960

Western Sydney University

15th in Australia and 256th in the world according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Arts and Humanities. Students will be equipped with multicultural knowledge, thorough grounding in research methods and ethics for professional and academic environments. You can find the program below.

Program

Bachelor of Anthropology

Intakes

March  & July

Duration

3 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD$ 26,240

La Trobe University

17th in Australia and 266th globally based on QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Arts and Humanities. Students will be exposed to hands-on research and fieldwork to build anthropological skills. The program is below.

Program

Bachelor of Arts (Major in Anthropology)

Intakes

March & July

Duration

3 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD$ 29,800

James Cook University

QS World University Rankings 2020 ranked this university 20th in Australia and 377th in the world. You will be able to learn to think and analyse and gain the necessary skills to work in a modern’s society. Check out the program below.

Program

Bachelor of Arts (Major in Anthropology)

Intakes

February & July

Duration

3 years

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD$ 30,080

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Australian Universities Virtual Tour 2020

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The ongoing Covid-19 self-quarantine required all shops, working places, and universities around the globe to shut down. Although many governments are slowly opening up some shops and working places, many universities still remain close. This makes it difficult for future students like you to visit the universities that you like before making a decision to enroll. 

But do not worry, we are here to help. We have provided a list of universities that you can virtually tour in the comfort of your own room. At the end of the virtual tour, we can help you to arrange an one-to-one session with the university representatives to learn more about the university that you are interested in. 

Do not let the virus hinder you from your exploring the exciting university’s journey 💪🏻

Virtual Tours at these Australian Universities:

Aspire Institute

Aspire Institute is owned and operated by the prestigious International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) and currently operating 3 branches across Australia. There are several programs that are offered by Aspire Institute and they are English programs, Foundation and 9 Diploma programs that you can choose. You can find the diploma programs below:

Diploma Programs

  1. Diploma of Business
  2. Diploma of Entrepreneurship
  3. Diploma of Events
  4. Diploma of Hospitality
  5. Diploma of Management
  6. Diploma of Marketing
  7. Diploma of Property
  8. Diploma of Sports
  9. Diploma of Tourism

Duration

1 year

Intakes

February, May & September

Total Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,200

😃 Take a virtual tour now: Aspire Institute 

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Starting in 1991, Edith Cowan University was ranked 30th in Australia according to QS World University Rankings 2020. One of the top schools that ECU offers is Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Famous WAAPA alumni include Hugh Jackman, Frances O’ Connor and Emma Matthews. If you are interested in pursuing Performing Arts, this university is recommended for you.

Program

Bachelor of Performing Arts

Intakes

February

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 31,450

Students need to go for an interview, audition or submit a portfolio or CDs to ensure enrollment. But do not worry, we are here to help to pursue your dream. 

😃 Take a virtual tour now: Edith Cowan University 

Federation University Australia

This university is rated the best university in Australia for graduate employability by Employer Satisfaction 2017 and Victoria’s number one university for student support by QILT 2018. Not only that, the campuses are located in Ballarat and Churchill, both are more affordable places as compared to other big cities. One of the top programs that this university offers is nursing, therefore, if you have a plan to pursue nursing as a career, take a look at the program below.

Program

Bachelor of Nursing

Intakes

February

Entry Requirements

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Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 30,400

To know about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us!

😃 Take a virtual tour now: Federation University Australia

Griffith University

This university has started teaching over 40 years ago and they have been deeply connected to the Asian region. They are socially conscious, environmentally aware and became an integral part of the community. Griffith are in the top 2% of universities worldwide and take a look at their famous hospitality program below. 

Program

Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management

Intakes

February, June & October

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level/ STPM: 6

UEC: 14

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 28,500

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: Griffith University 

James Cook University

This university is home to more than 22,000 universities and JCU is continually making ground-breaking advances in research through their award-winning research centres and institutes. One of the top JCU programs is ranked number 1 in the world by the Centre for World University Rankings

Program

Bachelor of Marine Science 

Intakes

February & July

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 2

STPM: 4

UEC: 1

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 37,860

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: James Cook University

La Trobe University

This university was ranked number 1 in Victoria and 5th in Australia in terms of employability upon postgraduate graduation by the 2019 QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey. Not only that, LA Trobe’s research in nutrition and dietetics is top rated nationally and rated ‘well above world standard’. Therefore, the program as below:

Program

Bachelor of Human Nutrition

Intakes

March

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level/ STPM: 7

UEC: 19

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 35,000

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: La Trobe University

University of Canberra College

This university ranked 26th in Australia and 484th in the world according to QS World University Rankings 2020. They have a leading sports institution and have strong ties with elite sporting teams in Australia. Take a look at their famous sporting program:

Program

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation

Intakes

February

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 7.0

A-Level: 11

STPM: 3

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 33,800

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: University of Canberra College

University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Located in the city of Hobart, Tasmania. Students are able to enjoy the beautiful environment and the cleanest air in Australia. Tasmania island is a living laboratory giving the university strengths in the natural and social sciences and thus students have the advantages to learn and make a research under the programs of environmental science.  

Program

Bachelor of Environmental Science with Honours

Intakes

February & July

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level: 11

STPM: 7

UEC: 5 best subjects

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 33,950

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: University of Tasmania (UTAS)

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Number 1 young university 9 in Australia based on QS Top 50 Under 50. This prestigious university offers top programs such as Nursing, Engineering and  Art & Design. Not only that, they are also ranked 7 in terms of graduate employability according to QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020. Take a look at their top program.

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Intakes

March & July

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: Minimum 3 subjects

STPM: 7

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 42,360

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us 😃

😃 Take a virtual tour now: University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 

Western Sydney University

This university has been ranked 1st in the world for its work to address gender equality and 2nd for reducing inequalities by promoting equitable quality education, according to Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings. One of the top program offers is Sociology and it is ranked 7th in Australia based on QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.

Program

Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology)

Intakes

March, July & September

Entry Requirements

Ask us Now 😃

Annual Indicative Fees 2020

AUD $ 26, 240

To know more about the entry requirements and how to enrol, contact us!

😃 Take a virtual tour now: Western Sydney University

Do not hesitate to keep in touch with us so we can arrange your one-to-one session with the universities that you are interested in. We are more than happy to help you so you do not miss out on any information and the best part is our consultation and services are all FREE! Contact us now!

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Civil Engineering vs Architecture: Differences, Employability, & Top Universities

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You often hear about civil engineering but unsure what the differences are with other types of Engineering, and most students would also compare the course with architecture. You are unsure which path, either civil engineering or architecture, to choose for your undergraduate degree, which one would have good employability after you graduate, these are all the questions you are probably asking yourself right now. But do not worry, we are here to help you. By the end of this article, you will know better which course to choose.

What is Civil Engineering?

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that applies physical and scientific principles to solve problems in society. Civil engineers usually design, build, supervise, operate, construct and maintain infrastructure projects and systems. These include roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams and bridges. One famous example of civil engineers’ contribution is the Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macao mega bridge. This 55km bridge is the longest bridge-cum-tunnel sea crossing in the world that connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau.

What are Civil Engineers duties?

The usual duties of civil engineers are:

  • Analyze long-range plans, survey report, maps, and other data to plan and design projects
  • Analyze construction costs, government regulations, potential environmental hazards, and other factors during the planning and risk-analysis stages of a project
  • Compile and submit permit applications to regulatory authorities to verify that the project complies with all the required regulations
  • Oversee and evaluate the results of soil testing to determine the adequacy and strength of foundations
  • Examine the results of test on building materials such as concrete, wood, asphalt or steel, for use in projects
  • Prepare the budget for materials, equipment or labor cost to determine a project’s economic viability
  • Manage repair, maintenance, and replacement of public and private infrastructure

What are the skills required to be Civil Engineers?

Mathematical Skills

Students must have a thorough understanding of algebra, calculus, trigonometry and geometry, and even statistics. This is because the principles of Mathematics are applicable to the day-to-day duties of a civil engineer.

Organizational Skills

Civil Engineers will monitor and evaluate the progress of work completed at a job site and ensure all staff adhered to the project plans, rules and regulations, and the design documents. They often work on multiple projects at once and therefore, they must be able to organize project information, manage team members and allocate resources efficiently.

Problem Solving Skills

It is crucial to have problem-solving skills because you will be facing many challenges that require you to think out-of-the-box. You are required to use your educational background and experience to find safe and cost-effective solutions.

Leadership Skills

You will be managing your staff, planners, technicians, surveyors, and contractors, therefore, you must have strong leadership skills. You must be able to plan and prioritize, manage time effectively, and delegate duties to ensure projects run smoothly.

Oral Communication Skills

You must be able to listen to clients, officials, team members and other skilled workers to ensure their concern and request are being met. Next, you are able to explain complex technical information to people that you are working with to make sure they understand and carry the work correctly. 

What are the Career Prospects for students with a Civil Engineering degree?

  • Building control surveyor
  • CAD technician
  • Consulting civil engineer
  • Contracting civil engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Nuclear engineer
  • Site engineer
  • Structural engineer
  • Water engineer

Recommended Universities to Study Civil Engineering in Australia

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Engineering- Civil & Structural

-1st in Australia 

– 11th  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

Intake

February, June & September

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 12

STPM: 15

UEC: 2

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 47,760

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Engineering- Civil & Structural

-9th in Australia 

– Top 100  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil and Infrastructure)(Honours)

Intake

February & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 7

STPM: 2.33

UEC: 2.20

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 37,440

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Engineering- Civil & Structural

-12th in Australia 

– Top 100  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

Intake

March & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 9

STPM: Minimum 3 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 42,360

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Western Sydney University

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Engineering- Civil & Structural

– 15th in Australia 

– Top200  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) – Civil

Intake

March & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

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Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 33,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

QS World University Rankings 2020: 

-31st in Australia 

– Top 700  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) Honours

Intake

February & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level: 8

STPM: 3

UEC: B3

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,200

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

What is Architecture?

According to Britannica.com, architecture is the art and technique of designing and building. Architects will be involved in new building designs, extensions, alterations, restorations, and conservations from the earliest stages right through to completion. They focus mainly on the designing of a building’s look and style by using their specialist construction knowledge and high-level drawing skills.

They make sure their designs are functional, safe, sustainable, and aesthetically pleasing. One example of a famous building that was beautifully built in the style of French Gothic Architecture was the Notre Dame de Paris. That is why many people around the world were so saddened by the fire that struck the 857 years old cathedral. 

What are Architect duties?

The usual duties of architects are:

  • Create building designs and highly detailed drawings by hands and computer-aided design (CAD) applications
  • Write and present reports, proposals, applications and contracts
  • Adapt plans according to circumstances and resolve any problems that may arise during construction
  • Travel regularly to visit building sites, proposed locations and client meetings
  • Closely work with a team of other professionals such as building service engineers, construction managers, quantity surveyors and architectural technologists
  • Liaise with construction professionals about the feasibility of potential projects
  • Apply permission and advice about new buildings  from government and legal departments

What are the skills required to be Architect?

Design Skills

Aesthetics are the major key in architecture. Students must be familiar with architecture history, art, and style to bring it into a new building with the touch of your own creativity and style. You must be able to imagine, draft, draw, and make your arts into aesthetically beautiful buildings.

Computer Literacy Skills

Students must be able to master in many architectural drafting software such as:

  • AutoCAD
  • Computer-Aided Design
  •  Revit

Legal Knowledge

Architects need to master and grasp all legal requirements to build a building. Apart from the clients’ specifications, there are many legal regulations, codes, and policies that need to be adhered such as the Fire Safety Codes, Building Codes, and Zoning Codes.

Attention to Details

Architects’ drawings are heavily relied on as a guide by the construction workers. Therefore, all the drawings must be detailed to avoid problems and delays in the projects.

Teamwork Skills

You must be a team player because you will liaise with many people to ensure the project builds according to your design. You will be working with your internal team, construction team, clients, and surveyors. 

What are the Career Prospects for students with an Architecture degree?

  • Technical Architect
  • Design Architect
  • BIM Manager
  • Workplace Consultant
  • Project Manager
  • Interior and Spatial Designer
  • Urban Planner
  • Building Surveyor
  • Historic Buildings Inspector

Recommended Universities to Study Architecture in Australia

University of Melbourne

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Architecture / Built Environment:

-1st in Australia 

– 17th  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Design ( Architecture)

Intake

February & July

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: BCC

STPM: 3.30

UEC: A2

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 34,112 – 44,632

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Architecture / Built Environment:

-9th in Australia 

– Top 100 in the world

Program

Bachelor of Design in Architecture

Intake

March

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 10

STPM: Minimum 3 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 36,890

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Deakin University

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Architecture / Built Environment:

-14th in Australia 

– Top 200 in the world

Program

Bachelor of Design (Architecture)

Intake

March & July

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level: 6

STPM: 2.7

UEC: Not more than 21

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 32,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Griffith University

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Architecture / Built Environment:

-15th in Australia 

– Top 200 in the world

Program

Bachelor of Architectural Design 

Intake

February & June

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level/ STPM: 6

UEC: 14

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 32,500

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Tasmania (UTAS)

QS World University Rankings 2020: 

-18th in Australia 

– 291st  in the world

Program

Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments 

Intake

February & July

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level/ STPM: 7

UEC: 25

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,950

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Civil Engineering VS Architecture: Which occupation is more in demand in the marketplace?

The Civil Engineers job market in Australia is expected to grow strongly in the future according to Job Outlook. Not only that, CareerExplorer also predicted that the civil engineer job market will grow by 10.6% between 2016 and 2026.

According to Job Outlook, the architects’ job market in Australia is expected to grow moderately over the next 5 years. The number of Architects is expected to increase from 22,300 in 2018 to 23,900 in 2023. Apart from that, the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, projected that employment of architects to grow 8% in 2028, faster than the average for all occupations.

This shows that both occupations are in demand by employers. 

If you think Civil Engineering is more of your calling, check the top universities to study Civil Engineering below. But if you think Architecture is the profession that you want to be, below are the top universities that you can study in Australia. 

It is vital to go to good universities because it will increase your employability and make your resume look good!

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Computer Science vs Software Engineering: What are the differences?

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The rise in technology makes a smartphone no longer a luxury thing to own but it is a necessity to make life and work easier. Not only that, many people including big corporations around the globe are depending on computers and technology for meetings, work and projects.  

According to the United States of Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in software development are expected to grow 24% while computer and information research scientists can see a 19% growth by 2024. 

Therefore, students must make a thorough research before deciding which course to pursue because this will make such a huge impact in your future. As we are in Industrial Revolution 4.0, a lot of companies are targeting to hire graduates with excellent GPA in a technology- related degree. With so many good education fields out there, there are 2 fields which students often confuse and they are Computer Science and Software Engineering. 

There are overlapping areas in their functioning and training, however, they are not the same. In this article, I will break down to you the differences between these two fields so you can choose which degree to study.

What is Computer Science?

Computer Science is a study of principles and the process of computers work. It includes the study of how data is processed, the security of networks, organizing databases, artificial intelligence and the development of websites and applications. This field explores how computers work in terms of algorithms and the computations that drive processes that manipulate data with theories.

What is Software Engineering?

Software Engineering is a product of programming and engineering. It involves the application of engineering principles to software design. This field considers the hardware and software aspects of computers when creating software systems that are efficient with minimum bugs and problems.

What will you study in Computer Science?

Students will study more on abstract principles and the coursework is more rigorous using principles such as Mathematics, Physics and computational programming. Apart from the mentioned areas in the above illustration, students will also learn data analysis, applied machine learning and even artificial intelligence. 

What will you study in Software Engineering?

Students will be exposed more to practical skills using Mathematics, Mechanical Physics and basic Engineering principles. The coursework will focus more on design, analysis and quality assurance of software to solve problems. Students will need to familiarize with programming languages such as Java, Javascript, C++ and Python.

What are the necessary skills that Computer Scientists have?

Analytical Skills: Ability to analyze a huge amount of data and to draw conclusions out of it.

Problem Solving Skills: Identify and understand the problems in order to come up with the best solutions to address it. 

Creativity: Ability to think out-of-the-box because problems that arise will require many modern and innovative solutions.

Critical Thinking Skills: Need to understand and know all the methodologies as graduates will be involved in many projects. Therefore, the skills to use the right methodologies at the right time at the right projects.

Resilience: Ability to be resilient and determined in order to find the correct solutions. You are likely to face many challenges and failures before coming up with the right answers.

What are the necessary skills that Software Engineers have?

Multitask: A software engineer will be given multiple projects with a deadline-driven circumstances. Therefore, the skills to prioritize and manage all the projects without passing the dateline. 

Teamwork: Ability to communicate with other people in the team to ensure the projects given are heading to the right direction. They also need to discuss the problems and challenges that arise and how to solve it. 

Attention to Details: There are certain practices and standards in the industry that a software engineer must master such as testing protocol, analyzing codes while maintaining older codes. They must be able to troubleshoot while ensuring old program systems are not affected.

Computer Coding Languages: Many software engineers are only familiar with only 1 or 2 coding languages. However, to be a successful software engineer that has the competitive advantage to attract more employers to hire you, it is better to master multiple coding languages such as HTML, C++, SQL, Java, JavaScript, PHP, and CSS.

What are the career prospects for graduates in Computer Science and Software Engineering?

What are your interests?

Choose Computer Science:

If you would like to get into a specialised field such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Security or graphics.

Choose Software Engineering:

If you want to learn the overall life cycle of how software is built, updated and maintained.

You know the importance of good quality education will bring a great difference in your resume and eventually your opportunity to be employed and earn a handsome income. That is why you must choose only the best university to study to ensure you stay competitive upon graduation.

Where to study Computer Science in Australia?

Top 5 Universities to Study Computer Science in Australia

The University of Melbourne

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Program

Bachelor of Science

Intake

March & July

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: BCC

STPM: 3.30

UEC: A2

Annual Indicative Fees (2020) 

AUD$ 41,912 – 45,944

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Program

Bachelor of Computing Science (Honours)

Intake

March & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 9

STPM: Minimum 3 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 40,680

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Edith Cowan University

Program

Bachelor of Computer Science

Intake

February & July

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level / STPM: 5

UEC: B4

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 32,650

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Griffith University

Program

Bachelor of Computer Science

Intake

February & June

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level/ STPM: 6

UEC: 14

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 31,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Western Sydney University

Program

Bachelor of Computer Science

Intake

March, July & November

Duration

3 years

Entry Requirement

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Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,840

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Where to study Software Engineering in Australia?

Top 5 Universities to Study Software Engineering in Australia

Monash University

Program

Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)

Intake

February & July

Duration

4  years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level/ STPM: Best 3 subjects

UEC: Best 5 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 46,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Major in Software Engineering)

Intake

March & July

Duration

4  years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 9

STPM: 3 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020) 

AUD$ 42,360

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

Program

Bachelor of Software Engineering

Intake

February & July

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 7

STPM: 2.33

UEC: 2.20

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 34,560

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Deakin University

Program

Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)

Intake

July

Duration

4  years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level: 6

STPM: 2.7

UEC: 21

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 33,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Griffith University

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) ( Major in Software Engineering)

Intake

February & June

Duration

4  years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level/ STPM: 7

UEC: 17

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 35,500

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

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How to Become a Teacher in Australia I Top Teaching Degrees in Australia

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How to Become a Teacher in Australia?

Have you ever thought about what life looks like without the existence of an undercover superhero called ‘Teacher’? Teachers are the unsung heroes that many did not realise or take it for granted. However, without the presence of teachers, it is impossible to pass exams and even succeed in life. They are the people that molded and  impacted you throughout your journey in primary school and in high school. And there is always that one teacher that stays in our heart and mind as our favourite teacher. 

Take John Legend for example. This famous singer said :

“My English teacher, Mrs. Bodey, was instrumental in the educational journey that carried me through school and into my career. Until her class, I hadn’t believed in my ability as a writer. She recognized my potential and showed me that I could write with creativity, with clarity, with passion.” 

Mrs. Bodey was more than a teacher but she was an educator and she played an important role in his younger life and now John Legend is a renowned song-writer. So, if you desire to become a teacher that will educate and shape the future generation, let us see the qualities that you must have. Let’s go!

Do you know: Teacher is listed as Skilled Occupation List and allows you to apply for a Skilled Migration Visa. This increases your chances of obtaining a permanent resident in Australia. Enquire us now 😃

What are the Qualities to Become a Teacher?

1. Patience

Each student will have their own unique learning style and capability. Some students have difficulty in mathematics, some language and some arts. A teacher must not portray their frustration towards the students while teaching. Therefore, you must be patient in teaching them and overcome their struggle.

2. Empathy

Children and teenagers have big feelings and often deal with more than we know outside the classroom. A teacher must be able to empathize with the students’ feelings.It is very crucial to understand and validate their emotions in order for them to become emotionally mature. You must be able to put yourself in a student’s shoes and help them feel understood. During teaching, you must be sensitive and thoughtful to ensure students feel safe.

3. Good communication skills

Teachers must have strong communication skills to ensure the needs of their students are met. Every student is different therefore, teachers must have excellent skills in talking, listening and conveying the knowledge to them. Apart from that, teachers need to communicate with other teachers and parents to ensure a successful learning among students.

4. Knowledgeable

Teachers must be fully equipped with the subjects that they are teaching. This is because students are very curious and inquisitive. Therefore, teachers must be able to answer all sorts of related questions to ensure students get the full knowledge and pass in their examinations.

5. Bring fun into classroom

Many students associate school with boredom. Therefore, teachers must bring fun into the classroom to instill excitement and anticipation among the students so they look forward to each session. Teachers must not only use traditional textbooks but incorporate modern technology such as Youtube videos, games and slideshows during teaching.

Types of Teachers

There are 3 types of teachers: Early Childhood Teacher, Primary School teacher and Secondary School teacher. These teachers are teaching in 3 different levels thus, the tasks that they carry also vary according to the level of students.

If you like children then the suitable role for you are either Early Childhood Teacher or Primary School Teacher. But if you prefer to deal with teenagers then you can choose to teach in High School. Bear in mind, your education will determine which students you are allowed to teach. Therefore, it is important to make the right decision on your education. Now let us check the education pathway to become a teacher in Australia.

What is the Education Pathway to Become a Teacher in Australia?

For those who want to become a teacher but took a different undergraduate degree and do not have the Bachelor of Education, can further their study in Master of Teaching.

Bear in mind, Master of Education is not the same with Master of Teaching. A Master of Education does not allow you to become a registered teacher in Australia, therefore the IELTS requirements are lower compared to Master of Teaching. Meanwhile, earning a Master of Teaching allows you to teach and thus, most universities require a higher IELTS score.

What are the Recommended Universities for Education Bachelor Degree and Master Degree in Australia?

Monash University

This university is the best university in Australia and 12th in the world according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education. Not only that, Bachelor of Education (Honours) by Monash University is accredited by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and Victorian Institute of Teaching. This university also allows you to choose to specialise in early childhood, primary or secondary education.

Program

Bachelor of Education (Honours)

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 6.5

A-Level: 8

STPM: Best 3 subjects

UEC: Best 5 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 34,000

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

Master of Teaching

Intake

February

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.0

Undergraduate degree: 60% 

Additional assessment: CASPer test

Annual Indicative Fees (2020) 

AUD$ 32,600

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Deakin University

5th best university in Australia and 32th globally according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education. The Early Years course are accredited by Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) while the Primary course are accredited by Victorian Institute of Teaching. 

Program

  • Bachelor of Education (Early Years)
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary)

Intake

March

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.0

A-Level: 6

STPM: 2.7

UEC: Not more than 21

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,400

Deakin University also required all applicants to complete an additional selection tool, CASPer test, to measure non academic suitability for teaching. But do not worry, we can help you and for other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

  • Master of Teaching (Primary)
  • Master of Teaching (Secondary)
  • Master of Teaching (Primary & Secondary)

Intake

March

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

An approved undergraduate degree

Additional assessment: CASPer test

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,400

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education ranked UTS 11th best university in Australia and Top 100 globally. This course is accredited by New South Wales – NSW Education Standards Authority and allows you to choose which course you would like to specialise either in Primary or Secondary.

Program

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education 

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

A-Level: 7

STPM: 3 subjects

Annual Indicative Fees (2020) 

AUD$ 31,800

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

Master of Teaching in Secondary Education 

Intake

February

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

An approved undergraduate degree

Annual Indicative Fees (2020) 

AUD$ 16,950

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Griffith University

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education ranked this university 14th best university in Australia and Top 150 globally. If you opt for Primary Education, Griffith University allows you to major either in Early Childhood Education, Health and Physical Education or Special Needs Education. This course is accredited by Queensland College of Teachers (QCT) and the Early Childhood Major is recognised by the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACEQA).

Program

Bachelor of Education 

Intake

February & June

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

A-Level/ STPM: 7

UEC: 17

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,500

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

  • Master of Primary Teaching
  • Master of Secondary Teaching

Intake

February

Duration

1.5- 2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

An approved undergraduate degree

Additional assessment: Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE)

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 29,00

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

ECU is ranked the 20th in Australia and top 200 in the world according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education. The Early Childhood Studies that offered by ECU is accredited by Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACEQA) and the course is professionally approved by Western Australia – Teacher Registration Board of Western Australia

Program

  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Studies)
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary)
  • Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

Intake

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Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

A-Level: 5

STPM: 3.0

UEC: B3

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,750

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

  • Master of Teaching (Early Childhood Studies)
  • Master of Teaching (Primary)
  • Master of Teaching (Secondary)

Intake

Ask Us Now 😃

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

An approved undergraduate degree

Additional assessment: Non- Academic Requirements for Teacher Entry (NARTE)

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,700 – 30,750

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

University of Tasmania (UTAS)

 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020: Education ranked UTAS on 27th in Australia and Top 300 globally. The Early Childhood course is accredited by Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACEQA) and the two courses are accredited by Tasmania – Teachers Registration Board of Tasmania

Program

  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
  • Bachelor of Education (Primary)

Intake

February

Duration

4 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

A-Level/STPM: 7

UEC: 25

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,950

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

Program

Master of Teaching

Intake

February

Duration

2 years

Entry Requirement

English: IELTS 7.5

An approved undergraduate degree

Additional assessment: Non- Academic Capability Assessment Tool (NACAT)

Annual Indicative Fees (2020)

AUD$ 30,950

For other entry requirements other than stated above, or on how to apply, contact us 😃

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Top Degrees to Study for Industrial Revolution 4.0

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What exactly is the Industrial Revolution (IR)?

Industrial Revolution (IR) was a period of major industrialization and innovation that started in the year 1700s. It began in Great Britain and quickly spread throughout the world. IR transformed largely rural societies into industrialized and urban ones. This also made people from the rural areas move to big cities to work and improve their living standards.

How did the Industrial Revolution (IR) Change Society?

Every Industrial Revolution (IR) phase has made an impact and differences in society. Let us check the timeline below:

To understand the idea of industrial revolution, we need to go way deeper back into history. Let’s start with Industrial Revolution 1.0

Industrial Revolution (IR) 1.0- The Steam Engine, Mechanical Production

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The First Industrial Revolution began in the 18th century through the use of steam power (picture above) and mechanisation of production. What before produced threads in simple spinning wheels, the mechanised version achieved 8 times the volume in the same time. Steam power was used for industrial purposes and it was the greatest breakthrough for increasing human productivity. The steam-powered locomotive is able to transport humans to move great distances in fewer hours. This allowed people to move faster without relying on horses.

Major Inventions:

  • Spinning Jenny: an engine for spinning wool or cotton invented by James Hargreaves
  • Steam engine: an engine that used hot steam from boiling water to drive a piston back and forth. This engine was heavily used on railroads to transport people from one place to another

Industrial Revolution (IR) 2.0- Electricity, Mass Production

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The Second Industrial Revolution started in the 19th century through the discovery of electricity and assembly line production. Henry Ford, the founder of Ford Motor Company, took the idea of mass production from a slaughterhouse in Chicago where the pigs hung from conveyor belts and each butcher performed only a part of the task of butchering the animal. Mr.Ford used these principles into automobile production and drastically altered it in the process which were significantly faster and at lower cost. Therefore, allowing the society to mobilize easily.

Major Inventions:

  • Telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell during the Industrial Revolution 2.0
  • Typewriters were invented and it helped the people to mass produce writing

Industrial Revolution (IR) 3.0- Internet, Computer, Automated Production

The Third Industrial Revolution began in the 1960s in the 20th century through partial automation using memory-programmable controls and computers which lead to automation an entire production and thus, human assistance is not required. This phase involved Information Technology (IT)  and electronics to further automation in production.Not only that, this is the first computer era where computers used to be simple, unwieldy and incredibly large relative to the computing power they were able to provide. However, they laid the groundwork for a world today. This phase involved Information Technology (IT)  and electronics to further automation in production.

Major Inventions:

  • Email was invented in this industrial phase
  • These are called floppy disks where data was stored and saved

Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0- Cyber-Physical System, Technology Merging with Human Lives

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This phase is the boom in the internet and telecommunication industry in the 1990’s. The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is a fusion of technologies that blur the lines between the physical, digital and biological spheres, making it different from the previous IR 3.0. 

Billions of people get connected around the globe by mobile devices, with unprecedented processing power and storage capacity. This will be even more and multiplied by the emerging technology breakthroughs in fields such as artificial intelligence, robotics,autonomous vehicles and 3-D printings.

How is the Industrial Revolution Shaping the Future Employments?

As we are now in Industrial Revolution 4.0, it is crucial for you to take the correct education pathways to stay competitive in the working market upon graduation. Based on World Economic Forum, jobs that will be on demand and against the possibility of unemployment in the future are: 

These are the jobs that are still relevant and demanding in the future years and robots will not be replacing them anytime soon. Let us see the recommended university in Australia for respective fields. 

Computer & Technology

Computer and Technology are the foundation and components that enable modern computing. The industry is emerging and expanding over the years. If you have the goal to develop software, design mobile phone apps or create digital effects for films, this is the best education course you can study. There are many fields in computer and technology such as:

    • Computer science: The study of principles and use of computers. Computer scientists deal mostly with software and software systems including theories and application. But bear in mind, there is a difference between Computer Science and Information Technology
    • Data science: This field is related to data mining and big data. Data scientists will analyze, extract and interpret the data meanings.
    • Cybersecurity: The field that specialize in protecting networks, companies and individuals from hackers and attacks. This is the defense against cybercrimes.

Top 3 recommended universities to study Computer & Technology in Australia:

1. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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Program

Bachelor of Computing Science

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 42,720

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

2. Edith Cowan University (ECU)

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Program

Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security)

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 32,650

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

3. Western Sydney University

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Program

Bachelor of Data Science

Intake

March

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 30,840

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

The world is becoming more and more automated as robots are included in everything we do. From Siri in iPhone Apple, Alexa in Google to the robots used in production factories. Restaurants like Spyce are the very first restaurant where robots are used to cook complex dishes. Who knows, engineers could be designing and making it possible for robotic kitchens to be a new normal in every household in the future. 

So you need to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge by taking this course for your education. Robotics is one of the many part in Mechatronics and the top 3 recommended universities to pursue your education are:

Top Universities to Study Robotics in Australia:

1. University of Technology Sydney

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Major in Mechatronics)

Intake

March & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 44,496.00

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

2. Monash University

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Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Specialization in Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering)

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 46,000

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

3. Griffith University

Program

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Majors in Mechatronics) 

Intake

February & June

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 35,500

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

This field is using biological systems or living organisms to make technological advances and the applications of biotechnology can vary from agricultural practices to medical sectors. Another example is biotechnologists around the world are working hard around the clock to find the cure for Covid-19 virus. Below are the prestigious universities in the world of biotechnology.

Top Universities to Study Biotechnology in Australia:

1. The University of Queensland

Program

Bachelor of Biotechnology

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 43,504

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

2. University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Program

Bachelor of Biotechnology

Intake

February & September

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 47,760

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

3. University of Technology Sydney

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Program

Bachelor of Biotechnology

Intake

March & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 39,552

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

Business Management & Financial Operation

As we are shifting gears towards a faster and digital world, businesses are also changing their operations. Before we only used cash in paying our foods but now, we either pay using cash, cards or even apps while collecting points and rewards. The business world is definitely changing and impacted by technology. 

One example is Fintech. Financial Technology for long, is a computer program and other technology are used to support financial and banking services such as mobile payments apps and cryptocurrency. That is why more universities are incorporating their business degree with information technology and systems. This is to help students get the edge and competitive advantage when they graduate.

Top Universities to Study Business Management & Financial Operation in Australia:

1. University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Program

Bachelor of Economics (Major in Financial Technology)

Intake

February, June & September

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 44,880

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

2. University Technology of Sydney (UTS)

Program

Bachelor of Information Systems Bachelor of Business

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 42,740

For enquiries on entry requirements and application process, contact us 😃

3.Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

Program

Bachelor of Business (Information Systems)

Intake

February & July

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD$ 34,560

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How to Become an Epidemiologist? Top Universities for Epidemiology Course in Australia

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First off, this profession is often unheard about and thus we found it a bit difficult to pronounce it. According to Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries, epidemiologist are pronounce as /ˌepɪˌdiːmiˈɒlədʒɪst/. Or you can pronounce as: Eh·puh·dee·mee·o·luh·juhst

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What is epidemiology?

Epidemiology is one of the 5 core disciplines of Public Health. This field is the study of why and how often diseases occur in different groups of people. The causes of diseases and other types of serious health problems in the public will be thoroughly studied and researched as the goal is to stop it from spreading. 

Then the findings are called epidemiological information and it is used to plan and evaluate strategies to prevent illness. That information as well will be used as a guide to the patients’ management and as a report to officials in the government and to the public. 

What do epidemiologists do?

Basically, epidemiologists are scientists who study the spread and control of diseases.

The job scope can be found in the illustration below.

Epidemiologists also conducting their research and contributing in the following areas:

  • Infectious diseases
  • Bioterrorism/emergency response
  • Maternal and child health
  • Chronic diseases
  • Environmental health
  • Injury
  • Occupational health
  • Substance abuse
  • Oral health

Where do epidemiologists work?

According to payscale.com, the average salary of epidemiologists in Australia is AUD$90,000 with the average hourly rate AUD$35.00.

What skills to possess to become an epidemiologist?

Where to study Epidemiology in Australia?

To be an epidemiologist, a bachelor degree is not enough because you need to have a master degree. Read Public Health to know more about the entry requirements to enter bachelor degree and recommended universities to pursue the undergraduate study.

General entry requirements to study Master of Epidemiology:

English

IELTS 6.5

Academic

An undergraduate degree in a field relevant such as public health, health management, epidemiology, health science and medicine 

Work 

2 – 5 years relevant working experience

The requirements may vary according to different universities. Contact us for other requirements that are not listed above 😃

Top 5 Recommended Universities to Study Epidemiology in Australia

The University of Melbourne

Undergraduate Program

Master of Epidemiology

Intakes

March & July

Duration

2 years

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD $50,112

The University of Queensland

Undergraduate Program

Master of Epidemiology

Intakes

February

Duration

1.5 years

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD $33,424

University of Technology Sydney

Undergraduate Program

Master of Public Health

Intakes

February & July

Duration

1.5 years

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD $26,460

Western Sydney University

Undergraduate Program

Master of Epidemiology

Intakes

March

Duration

1.5 years

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD $31,600

Edith Cowan University

Undergraduate Program

Master of Public Health

Intakes

April

Duration

2 years

Annual Indicative Fees

AUD $32,600

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How to Remain Healthy During Covid-19 Quarantine

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The first wealth is health - Ralph Waldo Emerson

It is easy to be slacking throughout this self-quarantine period. This is the period where you can sleep without looking at the time or care about how many hours you sleep. However, you must take care of your health during this chaotic time. You do not want to fall sick and worry your loved ones, not especially during the outbreak of Covid-19.

As the famous American essayist, Ralph Waldo Emmerson once said, health is your first wealth. You do not want to take your body for granted because of your young age but to value your health and start taking care of your body. During this Covid-19 period, there are things that we can do to make sure our body is in the healthiest state.

1. Workout at Home

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No more excuses saying “I’m busy” or “I have no time”. You have the time in the world to move that body because of this quarantine period. It is essential for you to sweat it out, not just because you will lose weight but also for the benefits of your important organs such as the heart and brain. Your heart will benefit the most because working out will stimulate the growth of new blood vessels and thus, lowering blood pressure. Not just that, your brain releases neurotransmitters such as serotonin and endorphins, making you feel good after the workout. There are 4 types of exercise to strengthen your health. 

Flexibility

This exercise stretches your muscles and helps your body to be flexible. Examples of this exercise are yoga and pilates. Check out Blogilates website where Cassey Ho provides a FREE workout calendar every month and you can follow the workout on her Youtube channel.

Strength

Strength exercises make your muscles stronger and allow you to carry out daily heavy activities. Normally, you can use dumbbells or resistance bands during the workout. If you are a complete beginner, your body weight would be sufficient enough to help you kick-start strength exercises. Go and do strength exercise with the help of these amazing coaches from Hasfit for free! 

Balance

This exercise helps prevent falls which is a common problem for clumsy people and older adults. You can definitely improve your balance by doing the famous Tai Chi exercises so go ahead and follow Dr. Peter Chen’s website and follow his youtube videos.

Endurance

Usually known as aerobic or cardio exercise, it can improve your breathing and heart rate. If you love dancing, this is the perfect exercise for you. Follow the Live Love Party’s youtube to maximize your dancing experience because they will teach you how to zumba.

2. Get Enough Sleep

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As cliche as it sounds, you must get enough sleep in a day. Experts from John Hopkins Medicine said lack of sleep at night time risks your health because it will increase symptoms of depression, migraines and high blood pressure. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the recommended sleeping hours are:

  • teenagers (14-17 years) 8-10 hours of sleep 
  • adults (18-64 years) 7-9 hours of sleep.

So do not binge on Netflix so much so you lose your night time sleep.

3. Eat Healthy

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It is easy to get lazy and eat instant noodles during this quarantine period. But please drop that crips, soda and slow down on the fried food. Like the famous saying goes, “You are what you eat”. Increasing your daily intake on veggies and fruits will help to strengthen your immune system. This is crucial as there are no vaccines yet for Covid-19. Check out some of the list of fruits and vegetables to replenish each vitamin deficiency. If you are lacking any of the vitamins below, start adding more on the listed fruits and vegetables on your plate today!

Vitamin Deficiency

Fruits & Vegetables

Vitamin A

Carrots, Spinach, Kale, Apricots, Red Pepper

Vitamin B1

Kale, Cauliflower, Oranges, Potatoes

Vitamin B2

Kidney Beans, Tomatoes, Spinach, Asparagus

Vitamin B3

Avocados, Mangoes, Bananas, Guavas

Vitamin B5

Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Broccoli, 

Vitamin B6

Chickpeas, Banana, Squash, Tofu

Vitamin B7

Walnuts, Peanuts, Cauliflower, Raspberries

Vitamin B9

Oranges, Lemon, Lettuce, Asparagus

Vitamin B12

Eggs, Yogurt

Vitamin C

Broccoli, Papaya, Strawberries, Orange

Vitamin D

Maitake Mushrooms, Portobello Mushrooms

Vitamin E

Almonds, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Asparagus

Vitamin K

Parsley, Romaine Lettuce, Kale

If you are interested to know more about nutrition that our body needs, you might want to pursue your education in food nutrition course. Here are the 2 best universities in Malaysia to study Nutrition’s degree for you:

Top Universities to Study Nutrition or Food Science in Malaysia

The University of Nottingham Malaysia

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Program 

Bachelor of Nutrition 

Intake

September

Duration

3 Years

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 6.0

A-Level: BBC (including Biology & Chemistry)

STPM: BBB (including Biology & Chemistry)

UEC: 1A, 4 B3s (including Biology & Chemistry)

Annual Indicative Fees

Malaysian students: RM 41,500

International students: RM 45,590

For enquiries on other equivalent entry requirements that are not listed above, contact us 😃

Taylor’s University

Taylor's University

Program 

Bachelor of Science (Hons) (Food Science)

Intake

March & August

Duration

3 Years

Entry Requirements

English: IELTS 5.5

A-Level: DD (any 2 subjects in Biology, Chemistry or Physics/Mathematics)

STPM: 2.33 (any 2 subjects in Biology, Chemistry or Physics/Mathematics)

UEC: 5Bs (any 2 subjects in Biology, Chemistry or Physics/Mathematics)

Annual Indicative Fees

Malaysian students: RM 32,500

International students: USD$ 9,539

For enquiries on other equivalent entry requirements that are not listed above, contact us 😃

4. Video Call Your Loved Ones

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It is time to reach out to your old friends and relatives that you lost contact with due to your busy schedule. Call your long lost friends or call your grandparents, ask them how they are coping up during this pandemic moment. Be sincere and be kind to one other even during social distancing.

So start checking your phone and see who are the people you have lost contact with. Researchers from the University of Nottingham’s Institute of Mental Health found out that video call can reduce anxiety level significantly. You will never know, your call can bring great relief to your friends and family. So make an impact and spread love during this difficult time.

Be safe and stay healthy. Spread kindness and love 😃

To stay productive during quarantine, read:

Top 5 Free Online Courses

Best Indoor Activity Ideas During Self Quarantine

Tips To Study Online Effectively

 

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