The University of Queensland

Top 10 Universities to Study Biomedical Science in Australia

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Biomedical Science is an academic field that has dedicated itself to the advancement of human health. The field aims to continuously research a cure for diseases such as dengue, HIV and many more. For instance, the coronavirus pandemic swept everyone at their feet when they were least expecting it and made the whole world stop. A year ago, we did not know what the virus was, basically sighing in frustration as it had impacted the global economy and the unemployment rates were rising globally.

Fast forward a year, we have several vaccines that have gone on to clinical trials and been approved for mass vaccinations in several countries. This is where the biomedical science field came in, and everyone involved in the area worked relentlessly to provide a vaccine that would stop the spread of the virus. What could have taken years to discover was done within almost a year since the pandemic started.  

If you feel that you’re up for the challenge of researching, experimenting and would like to make a difference in improving population health or preventing a disease, this course might be just the right one for you.

What is Biomedical Science?

Biomedical science is often at the heart of groundbreaking research in the healthcare industry. It focuses on areas of biology and chemistry that are relevant to healthcare. Biomedical science is often used to develop new treatments and therapies for human illness, diseases and disabilities. 

It is estimated that $240 billion is spent on biomedical research and development every year to explore a scientific solution to health problems worldwide. 

Some of the medical condition that biomedical scientist is currently researching to provide a solution is:

  • Diabetics 
  • Cancer
  • Anaemia
  • Dengue 
  • AIDS

 

What does a Biomedical Scientist do?

A biomedical scientist conducts scientific and laboratory research to support diagnosis and treatment of human disease. They test, analyse and review fluids and body tissue to advise medical practitioners. However, a biomedical scientist does not require medical training and does not come in contact with patients.

The Differences between Biomedical Science and Biotechnology

Although Biomedical and Biotechnology might sound similar and overlap in several areas they differ in their ultimate goals. 

The Biotechnology sector includes food, medical, agriculture and plants, whilst Biomedical science is applied solely for the medical and healthcare fields.

Although Biotechnology does cover the study of microorganisms such as bacteria but not from the medical field aspect. Biomedical science, however, covers studies of the science behind cancer and improves the research and treatment for the disease. 

Who Should Study Biomedical Science

  • You want to help save lives: Creating new technologies, improving old ones, researching solutions to global problems, or building and repairing biomedical equipment, your studies in the biomedical sciences will benefit the good of humanity. 

  • You love working in a lab: Working in biomedical fields means you have to dedicate yourself hours of working in the lab and conducting research. While some might find the lab tedious and repetitive and boring, it should not bother you if you are passionate about working on groundbreaking research even if it means you might fail multiple times before you achieve the experience outcome you want. 

  • High accuracy and attention to details: As a Biomedical scientist, you would need to have a high level of accuracy especially when dealing with experiments and attention to details as a small error could impact the research and experiment outcomes you have been working on for months.

Skills Required for Biomedical Scientists

  • Research: Conducting research is vital in making scientific breakthroughs and understanding human diseases.

  • Analytical: Reviewing test results requires attention to details and the ability to analyse results, patterns and unexpected outcomes.

  • Numeracy: Most of the research work involves analysing statistics and data, so mathematics plays a crucial role in the field.

  • Communication: Biomedical science involves working with patient samples, thus you would need to communicate with other professionals in a similar field such as doctors.

 

Duties and Roles of a Biomedical Scientist

  • Test biological samples

     

  • Research screening, causes and effects of diseases

     

  • Write medical research reports

     

  • Analyse data and statistics from medical research and experiments 

Core Subjects Taught in Biomedical Science Degree

  • Anatomy: Introduction to human anatomy. Students will learn the macroscopic structure of human organ systems including the musculoskeletal, nervous and visceral systems.

  • Genetics: Core concepts of the many underlying diverse fields of biology- ranging from medicine, biochemistry and microbiology to ecology, evolution and environmental sciences.

  • Cells to Organism: Fundamental concepts that allow organisms to function, with some focus on the human body & other higher organisms.

  • Biochemistry & Microbiology: Provides an understanding of key concepts on biochemistry and molecular biology. 

Career Options with a Biomedical Science Degree

A degree in Biomedical Science can lead to a range of careers in the science and medical field. Biomedical Science career paths are usually focused on research, analysis and developments and do not restrict one from only working in the health industry but also other fields such as education, research, sales and hospital and institutional work. 

  • Medical Sales Representative: Required to sell the company’s product to a variety of customers including doctors and pharmacists. 

  • Microbiologist: Study microorganism and processes.

  • Biotechnologist: Researches on plants, animals and genetics.

  • Forensic Scientist: Provides scientific evidence for legal cases.

  • Biomedical Scientist: Analyse fluid samples to support clinician diagnose and treat patients.

Academic Entry Requirement for Biomedical Science Degree in Australia

ATAR

A minimum score of 75

International Baccalaureate (IB)

A minimum score of 32

A-LEVEL

A minimum score of 12 or AAB

STPM

A minimum GPA of 2.78 (including English, Mathematics and one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics)

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English Requirement for Biomedical Science Degree in Australia

IELTS

Overall 6.5 and 6.0 in all sub-bands

TOEFL

Score at least 79 and scores of 21 for writing, 18 for speaking, 13 for reading and 13 for listening.

PTE 

An overall score of 58 and 50 in all sub-bands

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Top 10 Universities to Study Biomedical Science in Australia

University of Melbourne

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The University of Melbourne is the 1st in Australia and 14th in the world for Clinical, Pre Clinical and Health courses. According to the QS World University Ranking for the subjects, the University of Melbourne has currently ranked the 36th place for Biomedical Science. 

Program

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Intake

March & July

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $45, 496

The University of Queensland (UQ)

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UQ is currently ranked 1st in Queensland for life sciences and medicine while firmly holding its 44th place in the world for Biological Sciences according to the QS World University Ranking according to subjects 2021. 

Program

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Intake

February & July

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD $43, 504

Monash University

Monash is one of the top universities in Australia as it is in 6th place among the top 10 universities in Australia and 55th in the world according to QS World University Ranking. Monash University is also a member of the Group of Eight, recognised for its excellence in teaching and research.

Program

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD $41, 900

The University of Western Australia (UWA)

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UWA is one of the top 100 universities in Australia and is currently the 7th among the top universities in Australia. UWA is at the 22nd place for anatomy and physiology according to the QS World University ranking by subjects. Biomedical students in UWA are taught by world-class researchers in cutting edge laboratories.

Program

Bachelor in Biomedical Science

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 40, 100

University of Adelaide

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As the third oldest university in Australia, the University Adelaide is ranked at the top among 150 universities in the world for Biological Sciences and the best in the south according to the QS World Ranking by subjects 2020.

Program

Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science)

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 41, 500

James Cook University (JCU)

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JCU is currently in the top 150 universities in the world according to the QS World University Ranking to study Biomedical Science. It is the second oldest university in Queensland offering excellence in teaching and research and has an international campus in Singapore. 

Program

Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Intake

February & July

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 34, 480

University of Newcastle (UON)

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UON is in the top 250 universities to study Biomedical Sciences according to the QS World University Ranking by subjects and is listed as one of the top 200 universities in the world according to the QS World University Ranking 2020.

Program

Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Intake

February 

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 39, 320

Deakin University

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Deakin University provides high-quality education and has excellent employment rates for their graduates. Ranks among the top 50 young universities around the world and is known for being innovative and visionary, Deakin University provides more than 500 courses among its 5 campuses around Australia.

Program

Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Intake

February 

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 37, 400

Griffith University

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Having more than 50, 000 students among its 5 campuses in Australia, Griffith University is currently in top 300 universities in the world according to the QS World University Ranking. Griffith University provides high-quality degrees specifically designed to prepare students for the future. 

Program

Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Intake

February & July

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 33, 500

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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UTS has gotten a 5 Star University Rating by QS and is one of the top young universities in Australia, ranking 133rd place according to the QS World University Ranking. UTS is committed to both academic and hands-on learning that helps graduates to secure a job upon graduating.

Program

Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Intake

February & July

Duration 

3 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD$ 41, 300

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2021年澳州大学排名

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很多时候我们所就读的大学排名多少会对我们未来的求职之路有所影响,特别是对于竞争比较激烈的专业科系来说,所以选择一所榜上有名的大学将会对你的未来带来好处。QS世界大学排名(QS World University Rankings)是全球最受欢迎以及最被广泛使用的大学排行榜之一。根据2021年最新的QS世界大学排名,其中有36所著名的澳洲大学都榜上有名。在这篇文章中,我们统整了前十所澳洲著名大学几一些其热门课程供学生参考。

关于QS世界大学排名

QS世界大学排名源自于英国,是由一家国际教育市场咨询公司Quacquarelli Symonds(QS)所发表的一年一度世界大学排名。自2004年起QS公司与Time Higher Education(THE)合作携手推出了THE-QS世界大学排名,而直至2010年合作终止,两间公司并开始发表各自的世界大学排名。而如今QS公司并是与学术出版社集团爱思唯尔(Elsevier)搭档,共同发表了现今的QS世界大学排名。至今除了最基本的QS世界大学排名(QS World University Rankings),也涵盖了如QS世界年轻大学排名(QS Top 50 Under 50)、QS亚洲大学排名(QS Asia University Rankings)、QS毕业生就业能力排名(QS Graduate Employability Rankings)、QS世界大学学科排名(QS World University Ranking by Subjects)等多种排名类型。

QS世界大学排名使用一系列学术指标来衡量该大学在每一方面的影响力,具体指标以及其权重分别为:

指标

权重

学术领域的同行评价(Academic Reputation)

40%

单位教职师生比例(Faculty/Student Ratio)

20%

单位教职的论文引用数(Citations per Faculty)

20%

雇主声誉(Employer Reputayion)

10%

国际教职工比例(International Faculty Ration)

5%

国际学生比例(International Student Ratio)

5%

 

了解了QS如何评量各所大学的标准后,让我们来看看澳洲的前十大大学排名又是如何,以及其大学在全世界的排名

2021年澳洲大学前十排行榜

1. 澳大利亚国立大学(The Australian National University)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第1、世界第31位的澳大利亚国立大学(The Australian National University),简称ANU,位于澳洲首府堪培拉(Canberra),是一所享誉世界大顶尖高等学府。ANU在各学术领域皆位属世界前列,稳居全球前五十名;其中政治学、国际关系研究、人文与社会科学、计算机科学和自然科学领域更是堪称世界顶尖。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

数据分析学(Data Analytics)

3年

$46,910澳元

政治学(Political Science)

3年

$43,000澳元

精算学(Actuarial Studies)

3年

$39,090澳元

环境科学(Environmental Science)

3年

$48,384澳元

2. 悉尼大学(The University of Sydney)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第2、世界第40位的悉尼大学(The University of Sydney),简称USYD,位于澳大利亚新南威尔士州首府悉尼(Sydney),是一所世界顶尖研究型大学。悉尼大学注重理论与实践相结合,建筑、医学、会计与金融、政治与国际研究、音乐及文学等专业等专业均在世界大学学科排名里拥有亮眼的排名。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

建筑学(Architecture)

3年

$43,000澳元

音乐(Music)

4年

$43,000澳元

经济学(Economics)

3年

$46,000澳元

文学(Culture Studies)

3年

$43,000澳元

3. 墨尔本大学(The University of Melbourne)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第3、世界第41位的墨尔本大学(The University of Melbourne),简称Unimelb,位于澳洲以文化气息浓厚而闻名的第二大城市——墨尔本市中心(Melbourne),享誉世界的公立型大学。墨尔本大学强调学生在学术造诣与人格修养等方面的综合能力,其毕业生竞争力居高,并拥有超过二十个学科位居世界前20。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

计算机科学(Computer Sciecne)

3年

$41,912 – $45,944澳元

工程学(Engineering)

3年

$41,912 – $45,944澳元

建筑学(Architecture)

3年

$34,112 – $44,632澳元

金融学(Finance)

3年

$41,840 – $44,756澳元

4. 新南威尔士大学(The University of New South Wales, UNSW Sydney)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第4、世界第44位的新南威尔士大学(The University of New South Wales),简称UNSW,主校区坐落于澳大利亚新南威尔士州首府悉尼(Sydney),也是一所享誉世界的顶尖公立研究型大学。新南威尔士大学现有9个学院,1个大学院,共75个系。其工程学院和商学院享有盛誉,在计算机领域也具有极强实力。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

计算机科学(Computer Science)

3年

$47,760澳元

国际关系学(International Studies)

4年

$38,640澳元

商学(Business)

3年

$44,880澳元

设计艺术学(Art & Design)

3年

$37,440澳元

5. 昆士兰大学(The University of Queensland)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第5、世界第46位的昆士兰大学(The University of Queensland),简称UQ,主校区位于昆士兰州布里斯本市(Brisbane),是一座常被人们认为是“澳大利亚最适合居住的城市”,是澳洲最大最有声望的大学之一。昆士兰大学的商学院曾被评选为全球排名前十。昆士兰大学的七个学院开设6000多门课程,以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

企业管理学(Business Management)

3年

$42,272澳元

信息技术学(Information Technology)

3年

$45,120澳元

健康科学(Health Science)

3年

$37,344澳元

护理学(Nursing)

3年

$34,736澳元

6. 蒙纳士大学(Monash University)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第6、世界第55位的蒙纳士大学(Monash University),坐落于澳大利亚维多利州首府墨尔本(Melbourne),也是一所蜚声国际的顶尖研究型大学,澳大利亚的五星级大学。蒙纳士大学同时有多个学科位列世界顶尖行列,其中药剂学常年位居榜首,此外教育学、护理学、化学工程、建筑学、医学以及商学亦名列前茅。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

药剂学(Pharmacy)

3年

$41,200澳元

会计学(Accounting)

3年

$45,000澳元

设计艺术学(Art & Design)

3年

$34,100澳元

护理学(Nursing)

3年

$35,000澳元

7. 西澳大学(The University of Western Australia)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第7、世界第92位的西澳大学(The University of Western Australia),简称UWA,位于澳大利亚西海岸中心城市——西澳大利亚首府珀斯(Perth),澳大利亚最具历史、代表性和实力的著名顶尖研究型大学之一。罗马风格的建筑坐落在花园般的校园内,西澳大学被誉为澳洲最美校园之一,其共设有三大校区,九大学院。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

社会心理学(Psychology in Society)

3年

$33,000澳元

海洋生物学(Marine Biology)

3年

$40,100澳元

环境科学(Environmental Science)

3年

$40,100澳元

市场营销学(Marketing)

3年

$39,500澳元

8. 阿德莱德大学(The University of Adelaide)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第8、世界第106位的阿德莱德大学(The University of Adelaide),坐落于澳大利亚南澳州首府阿德莱德(Adelaide),是一所世界百强名校,是澳大利亚历史上第三所大学和南澳州最古老的大学。阿德莱德大学拥有世界一流的科研设施与环境,以及全面完善的科研培养系统,在医学、科学、法律、教育、工程学等多项领域拥有强势地位。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

口腔医学(Oral Health)

3年

$53,500澳元

医学(Medicine)

3年

$77,000澳元

法学(Law)

4年

$43,100澳元

科学(Science)

3年

$41,500澳元

9. 悉尼科技大学(University of Technology Sydney)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第9、世界第133位的悉尼科技大学(University of Technology Sydney),简称UTS,位于澳大利亚悉尼市(Sydney),是一所著名公立研究型大学。悉尼科技大学拥有多元文化的校园和充满国际交流,是澳洲规模最大的高校之一。此外该大学位居2021QS校龄小于50年世界年轻大学排名全球第11,全澳第1,其中护理专业、艺术和设计专业、法学院、计算机科学与工程学等专业排名优先。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

护理学(Nursing)

3年

$39,984澳元

服装设计学(Fashion Design)

3年

$39,984澳元

传播学(Communication)

3年

$41,328澳元

工程学(Engineering)

3年

$44,832澳元

10. 伍伦贡大学(University of Wollongong)

位列2021QS世界大学排名全澳第10、世界第196位的伍伦贡大学(University of Wollongong),简称UOW,主校区位于澳大利亚新南威尔士州伍伦贡市(Wollongong),是世界最顶尖的现代大学之一,在2021QS校龄小于50年世界年轻大学排名全球第14。该校是一所以教育、工程、科技、商学、自然学为主的公里综合性大学,其信息技术、计算机科学、工程学领域在全澳拥有顶尖水平。以下是一些著名科系供你参考:

科系名称

课程长度

每年学费

环境科学(Environmental Science)

3年

$31,728澳元

计算机科学(Computer Science)

3年

$33,840澳元

数据分析科学(Data Analytics)

3年

$33,840澳元

地理学(Geography)

3年

$31,440澳元

以上十所就是澳洲最顶尖的大学,你可以根据自身的情况,财力以及成绩等,来选择最适合你的大学。此外,除了上述所提到的科系,每间大学都还有很多不一样的科系供你选择,欢迎联系我们询问并了解更多详情!

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Ever wonder how the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Wall of China or even the Stonehenge were ever built? Most of the 7 wonders of the world were built with ancient civil engineers’ help, yes there were engineers way back in time. It could be as simple as the Stonehenge or remarkable as the Taj Mahal, whose construction by pre-industrial societies remains mysterious.

Although the names of the engineers who designed these wonders are lost to antiquity; in this article, we’ll be diving into details on how to become a civil engineer in the 21st century.

What is Civil Engineering?

Civil engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering. It goes back to when people started living in permanent places without shifting constantly; therefore, they began shaping the environment according to their needs. 

A civil engineer is a professional who oversees construction projects. They are the ones responsible for the complete construction, functionality, and safety of the project. They have to use their education and civil engineering principles to bring designs by architects to life creations. They often have to work with a team of professionals and manage a large number of construction workers. This is quite a responsible job.

Is Civil Engineering and Architecture Similar?

In the construction industry, development projects usually require the knowledge and understanding of a civil engineer and an architect. Both professions have critical functions essential in any construction job, and they rely on one another to accomplish the given task. 

However, these two professions are generally similar, yet there are apparent differences between a civil engineer and an architect. 

 Architecture focuses more on the spatial functionality and aesthetics of the development work. It is more concerned with the look, feel and functionality of the design while civil engineering concentrates on the structural elements of the invention, ensuring that the structure can endure normal and extreme conditions. 

To summarise, an architect’s primary concern is designing the development work while civil engineers are responsible for ensuring that the design can be implemented safely and reliably.

What are the key skills needed for a Civil Engineer?

  • Management Skills: As you progress through your career, you’ll likely be gaining more responsibility as you might eventually end up as a manager of a project or even an entire division. To be successful, you would need to manage different personalities and backgrounds on essential tasks. 

  • Critical Thinking: Civil engineers are often confronted with challenging problems and must devise the most effective and reasonable approach when dealing with them. To do this, they must have the ability to think precisely and apply concepts and rules to a specific problem. 

  • Creative Mind: Thinking outside the box and being creative is essential to develop and implement new projects. 

  • Time Management: Complex constructions require effective time management if you want to hand over the building in time. Bear in mind that in the construction industry, time and budget works hand in hand. The more time it takes, the more money is needed to complete the project. 

  • Problem Solving: Problem-solving is used daily in the construction industry; nothing is plain sailing. You would need to deal with unexpected problems like burst water pipes or delay in material deliveries. 

Roles of Civil Engineers

  • Assess Construction Site: Civil engineers must assess and do a complete feasibility study of the construction site. They have to consider many factors, including the impact on nature, surrounding environment and plan accordingly.

  • Planning the Construction: Plans out the whole construction process beforehand. This has to be a systematic process to facilitate the smooth flow of work. Every step has to be meticulously planned. 

  • Staying in the Budget: If the budget has already been set for the work, the civil engineer must ensure that all the construction work happens within the budget. If the fund has not been set, the engineers will work along with the planner and set the budget and deadlines accordingly.  

  • Supervise the Construction: This is one of the most significant roles of a civil engineer, to oversee the construction. They have to see the building being done in phases set by them and check the quality during the construction.

Career with a Civil Engineering Degree

  • Building Control Surveyor: You’ll make sure that the building regulations are followed when houses, offices and buildings are designed and constructed or when it is altered or extended. If the buildings do not meet the requirement, you’ll be the one advising them and finding a solution. 

  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technician: Uses a CAD software to create technical drawings and plans for products and parts used in the engineering, construction and manufacturing industries. You’ll work with architects and designs engineers to understand their initial designs’ requirements and turn them into accurate and detailed technical drawings in 2D and 3D. 

  • Site Engineer: As a site engineer, your input to construction projects will be technical, organisational and supervisory. You’ll set out and determine the location for infrastructural installations, both above and below ground, and will apply designs and plans to mark out the site.

  • Design Engineer: You’ll be involved in the initial concept, design, development and management of projects in various sectors such as construction and the built environment, software and many more.

General Entry Requirement for Civil Engineering Degree Australia

ATAR

A minimum of 80.00

A-Level

A minimum score of 7 or CDD

International Baccalaureate (IB)

A minimum score of 25

STPM

A minimum CGPA of 3.3 (including English, Mathematics and one of Chemistry, Physics or Biology)

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English Requirement for Civil Engineering Degree

IELTS

A minimum overall 6.5 and 6.0 in all sub-bands

TOEFL

A minimum overall 87; Listening:19, Reading:19, Writing: 21, Speaking:19

PTE

An overall score of 64 and 60 in all sub-bands 

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Top Universities to Study Civil Engineering

University of New South Wales (UNSW)

UNSW currently holds the first place among the top 5 universities for Civil and Structural Engineering in Australia and is at 8th place in the world according to world universities’ academic ranking. The QS World University Ranking by Subject UNSW holds the first place in Australia and 11th globally.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering in
Civil Engineering with Architecture (Honours)

Intakes

February & September 

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual  Fees 2021 

AUD $47, 760

The University of Sydney

The University of Sydney is consistently placed among the top 50 universities globally and is currently the second-best university in Australia. However, the University of Sydney holds the second place for civil engineering while being at number 14 for top universities for Civil Engineering based on the QS World University Ranking by Subject.

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Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering Honours
(Civil Engineering)

Intakes

January & June 

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $50, 000

University of Melbourne

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Students who graduate from the University of Melbourne under the engineering faculty will be professionally accredited by EUR-ACE, which provides the graduates with recognition among the European countries and does not limit them from working in Australia. According to the QS World University Ranking by Subject, the University of Melbourne currently holds third place in both the top universities to study in Australia and study civil engineering while maintaining the 15th rank for the top university to study civil engineering worldwide.

Programme 

Bachelor in Science Civil Systems 

Intakes

February & September 

Duration

3 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $44, 736

Monash University

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Monash University is one of Australia’s largest universities, currently ranks at the 55th place among the top 100 universities globally while being a member of the prestigious group of eight. With four campuses worldwide, Monash is currently at the 4th place for top universities in Australia while is at the 21st place in the world to study civil and structural engineering based on the QS World University Ranking by Subject.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering
(Honours) Civil Engineering 

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $46, 000

The University of Queensland (UQ)

UQ consistently ranks in the world’s top universities, is one of only three Australian members of the global Universitas 21, and is a founding member of the prestigious Group of Eight. Currently, UQ is one of the top five universities to study civil and structural engineering in Australia while it is at 26th place worldwide.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering Honours
(Civil Engineering)

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $45, 120

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

By enrolling in QUT, you’ll be recognised for a professional engineering membership in Australia and worldwide, providing wider employment opportunities.  This course provides students with broad knowledge and specialisations, and its graduates are ready to start work in professional practice. Civil engineering at QUT is highly regarded for its strength in teaching and research.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $39, 300

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

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RMIT continues to excel in global ranks as the university was ranked 36th globally for civil engineering. It is also currently in Australia’s top 10 universities for the QS World University Subjects ranking for Engineering and Technology.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering 
(Civil & Infrastructure) (Honours)

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $39, 360

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

The University of Technology Sydney ranks at the 7th and 106th for the QS World University Subjects ranking for Engineering and Technology. UTS also ranks among the top 100 for QS World University Subject ranking for Civil and Structural Engineering.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering
 (Honours) Civil Engineering

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees  2021 

AUD $46, 690

Western Sydney University (WSU)

Western Sydney University is a world-class university with a growing reputation for academic excellence and impact-driven research. Ranked among the Top 2 per cent of universities globally, WSU is research-led and is committed to making a positive impact. WSU is also listed as among the top 10 universities in Australia for the QS World University Subjects ranking for Engineering and Technology.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering
 (Honours) Civil Engineering

Intakes

March & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $33, 000

Griffith University

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Griffith University provides students with an all-round education by providing challenging conventions and providing solutions through innovative teaching and research. Their high-quality degrees are specifically designed to prepare students for the future.

Programme 

Bachelor of Engineering
(Honours) Civil Engineering

Intakes

February & July

Duration

4 Years

Indicative Annual Fees 2021 

AUD $37, 000

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Study Journalism Degree in Australia

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Do you have the passion for venturing into the mysterious world and rising to the occasion when the truth is discovered? Do you dream of always being the person who updated the entire nation on breaking news and not getting tired of pursuing true stories? If yes, we believe that you have the passion to become a journalist. 

Every country in the world depends on journalists as they work as watchdogs (someone who delivers unbiased news about the wrongdoing). The news that we watch and read today is anchored by hard working journalists who ensures that the truth reaches the public. Can you imagine the amount of public trust journalists have gathered by providing such news? 

Read on as we explain in detail how to become a journalist, the silent heroes of the world. 

What is Journalism?

Journalism is writing about news related to subjects for all mediums, print and non-print. It’s a complicated process of gathering information through different channels, sifting through it, editing and giving it context. Journalism incorporates everything from anything that is considered “hard” news from politics and public affairs to the softer side, including human interests and lifestyles. A journalist is known to be the public’s eyes and ears as the entire global population relies on journalism to remain informed.

What is the Study of Journalism?

Journalism can be seen as transforming events through systematic criteria into news that is publishable in the media. The tasks that news workers do are mainly to ‘report, research, write and edit reports as well as produce and assemble visual images for news and information. The selection of news goes through another screening process which involves editors, producers and news directors. 

There are several types of journalism that one can practice such as:

  • Investigative Journalism: Involves thoroughly researching a topic to expose evidence and deliver findings or figures or organizations to a broader audience. Investigative journalists conduct in-depth research and use various tactics to collect information. This type of journalism often requires more time to plan, prepare and research and is typically a more extended form to fully report details of research, findings and conclusions. 

  • Opinion Journalism: Opinion journalism reports on a topic using subjective ideas rather than objective facts. Opinion journalists write from their own perspective including their own thoughts and biases. It is much more unique from other types of journalism because the writer can include their own viewpoint. 

  • Political Journalism: Focuses on government, politics and political candidates. It covers different segments of political activities such as local, national and international news. The political journalist often reports on an elected official’s movements, political processes, and political work results.

  • Sports Journalism: Focus on the subject of athletic news. Sports journalists report scores, standings and rankings for different teams or athletes in various sporting events.

Key Skills Needed to Become a Journalist

  • Multitasking: Being a journalist is not easy as there are plenty of things happening around the world. A journalist has to manage their time wisely and multitask among all the other articles and make sure they don’t miss a deadline. 

  • Professionalism & Confidence: Professionalism in journalism means meeting deadlines, ready to take up work at odd hours of the day and the courage to take criticism from the editor. 

  • Excellent Writing Skills: Effective writing skills make a lot of difference while writing an average article and enthralling news piece. A journalist should know how to play around with their words and should be able to produce error-free articles.
     
  • Good Work Ethics – Journalism is a competitive field, journalists are frequently chasing newsworthy articles that they forget to be ethical. A good journalist will never abandon ethics as it is the rule of the thumb.

  • Persistence & Discipline: Journalism requires perseverance and patience as it might take a month before you get a lead on the story you have been working on. A journalist should never give up and be disciplined as a journalist should be about finding out the truth.

Career Options with a Journalism Degree

  • Reporter: The very basics of practicing journalism. Reporters inform the public about the happenings around the world. Spends most of the time conducting interviews and investigations. Works on a tight deadline in a fast phase environment wanting to be the first to publish the story. 

  • Editor: Oversees every step of the publishing process, working with writers to plan and edit content for publications. Editors work in many environments such as magazines, newspapers, and online media. In short, wherever there is a story/article, there will be an editor watching over it.

  • Copywriter: Develops messages that you usually see on advertisements. They’re naturally persuasive, creative and able to cram a lot of convincing information under a few words.
  • Public Relation Specialist: Public Relation specialist creates and maintains a favorable image for the organizations they represent and puts together media releases to help shape the public perception and increase brand awareness.

What are the Core Subjects in Journalism Degree

  • News Reporting: Introduction to the practice and theory of multimedia journalism. It sets the social, professional and legal context for journalism practice, and introduces students to the convention of news writing and reporting stories. Students will also focus on combining text with photos and audio clips to produce news stories; critically examining their own production processes, and learn to report multimedia news stories to a deadline.

  • Media Law and Ethics: Provides students with groundwork practical knowledge to deal with legal and ethical issues that may arise from their work as communication professionals or media communication users. The subject takes a problem-based learning (case study) approach to work with students to understand laws and regulations that influence journalism; highlight potential problem areas for journalists, focusing mainly on privacy, defamation, contempt of court; and copyright. 

  • Feature Writing: Students are expected to combine journalism skills with academic techniques of research. The aim is to develop research and writing skills to a level where the student can produce feature articles suitable for publication. There is a strong emphasis on finding original information from sources ranging from interviews to the Internet.

  • News Production: Engages students in the day-to-day operations of a multi-location, multimedia news publication. Students will produce stories, learning how to deal with the practical, intellectual, professional, creative, social, ethical and legal issues of online news and current affairs publishing.

General Entry Requirement for Journalism Degree in Australia

A-Levels 

A minimum of 6 points  or CCD

ATAR

A minimum of 79.40

STPM 

A minimum of 10 points 

UEC

A minimum of 14 points 

IB 

A minimum of 25 points 

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English Language Requirement for Journalism Degree in Australia

IELTS

A minimum overall of 6.5 and 6.0 in all sub-bands. 

TOEFL 

A minimum overall score of 79, Reading: 13, Listening:12, Speaking:18 and Writing: 21. 

PTE 

An overall score of 58 and 50 in all sub-bands 

English Requirement might vary according to universities, for more information please contact Excel Education 

Top Universities to Study Journalism Degree in Australia

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

The Queensland University of Technology is one of the leading universities with a global outlook and focus on providing students with practical, relevant skills they can apply in the world. QUT ranks 1 in Australia and 17 in the world for Communication and Media Studies.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $31, 400 

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University

RMIT is an innovative university located in Melbourne, Australia. Currently, RMIT ranks at 4th and is on the top 50 globally for Communication and Media Studies. In the QS World University Ranking 2021, RMIT ranks at 18th place in the world among universities less than 50 years old.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $32, 640 

The University of Queensland (UQ)

The Queensland University of Technology currently holds the 5th rank for the Top 10 Universities in Australia 2021 for Communications and Media Studies and also ranks at 46th for the QS World University Ranking 2021. The University of Queensland has won more Australian Awards for University Teaching than any other university and is committed to providing students with the best opportunities and practical experiences, empowering them with transferable knowledge and skills that will prepare them to exceed expectations throughout their careers.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)

Intake

February & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual  Fees (2021)

AUD $34, 208 

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

The University of Technology Sydney is ranked at 9th among the Top Universities in Australia and at 133 place in the QS World University Ranking. Being in the education industry for the past 33 years, the University of Technology Sydney is still considered to be pretty young among the other established universities in Australia. However, the University of Technology Sydney takes pride in courses that they offer as it is aligned with the industry’s needs so that students will be prepared for the working world.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)

Intake

March & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $41, 300 

Western Sydney University (WSU)

Ranked at the Top 2 percent universities worldwide, the Western Sydney University offers unlimited potential for students with the drive and determination to succeed. With one of the most comprehensive ranges of courses in Australia, Western Sydney University’s curriculum and approach to flexible learning are designed to be a springboard for a successful career.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications (Journalism)

Intake

March & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $28, 080 

Griffith University

Griffith University was established to stand out among all the other universities in Australia as they provide challenging conventions, responding to trends and pioneering solutions through innovative teaching and research. Students are prepared for the future by being taught by some of Australia’s most awarded teachers. Griffith University currently ranks at 303 for the QS World University Ranking.

Program 

Bachelor of Communications and Journalism 

Intake

March & July 

Duration 

3 Years 

Indicative Annual Fees (2021)

AUD $30,000 

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Top 10 Australian Universities for Graduate Employability

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Employability is one of the most important factors in a prospective student’s decision-making process, prospective students are thinking proactively about the graduate outcomes they want to see at the end of their degrees. Not all universities with a good reputation have strong links with employers, the level of support and services offered by the career advice service centre, the volunteering and internship experience, all these are the key factors to boost a student’s employability. 

The QS Graduate Employability Rankings helps students to compare university performance in terms of graduate employability outcomes and prospects. The overall score is evaluated by five different indicators with each indicator carries different weighting.

The five indicators are as follow:

Indicator

Weightage

Employer reputation

30%

Alumni outcomes

25%

Partnerships with Employer per Faculty

25%

Employer/Student Connections

10%

Graduate employment rate

10%

After knowing how QS evaluates the institution’s graduate employability, let’s take a look at the universities in Australia which have made it to the top 10 list!

The University of Sydney

The University of Sydney provides tonnes of programs and opportunities for their students which help to enhance their employability skills. All these programs and opportunities give students direct access to the industry. The career centre in the University of Sydney provides career counselling services and some other resources which will help students to be in the best career position after they graduate. Students can also access different programs such as the industrial project and student entrepreneurship programs, where they will get a chance to collaborate with leading organisations to work on real-world projects. All these projects help to equip students with the skills needed to express their ideas and accelerate their career or research.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No.1 in Australia

No. 4 in the world

Area of interest

  • Arts and social sciences
  • Architecture, design and planning
  • Business
  • Education and social work
  • Engineering and computer science
  • Law
  • Medicine and health
  • Music
  • Veterianry Science

The University of Melbourne

Students from the University of Melbourne get hands-on industry and work experiences through internships, volunteering and industry community projects. A lot of the world’s leading organisations personally visit the campus events every year to recruit students from different courses and degrees. Besides, students also have the access to the university’s official job database for them to look for part-time, casual or volunteer positions while they are still studying or look for a full-time position as they come to the end of their studies. Services and support on job applications, resume, interview skills and cover letters are provided by the university.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 2 in Australia

No. 7 in the world

Area of interest

  • Architecture, building, planning and design
  • Arts, humanities and social sciences
  • Business and economics
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Environment &  agricultural 
  • Health Science 
  • Information technology and computer science
  • Law
  • Music, visual and performing arts
  • Veterinary Science 

The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)

The University of New South Wales has strong regional and global engagement. UNSW partnered with both local and global communities to allow them to share knowledge, debate and research outcomes. At UNSW, a broad range and high quality of teaching programs are conducted, gaining strength from research activities, and industry links. Besides, the University of New South Wales has educated 4 of the top 5 young rich listers in Australia (AFR Young Rich List 2019).

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 3 in Australia

No. 27 in the world

Area of interest

  • Arts, design and architecture
  • Business & accounting 
  • Engineering
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Science

The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland has a global reputation for creating positive change by delivering knowledge leadership for a better world. The University of Queensland is committed to provide students with the opportunities and experiences, equip them with knowledge and skills that will prepare the students to exceed expectations throughout their careers. Students will have access to the latest and most advance disciplinary knowledge, as well as international learning opportunities, partnerships that provide support and industry insight.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No.4 in Australia

No. 57 in the world

Area of interest

  • Agriculture and environment
  • Architecture, planning and design
  • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Business and Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and Computing
  • Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Science and Mathematics

The Australian National University

The Australian National University (ANU) provides students with the opportunities to develop leadership skills and experience alongside their academic studies. The Australian National Internship Program (ANIP), is the only university program that offers Commonwealth Parliamentary Internships to students from across Australia, students get to experience and are engaged with a range of activities that shape national policy-making through a research project. ANU attracts students around the world, creating a diverse community where everyone feels like home.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 5 in Australia

No. 66 in the world

Area of interest

  • Engineering & computer science
  • Business & commerce
  • Arts, Society & Culture
  • Law & Legal Studies
  • Natural, Physical & Environmental Science
  • Health & Medical Studies

Monash University

Monash education provides students with a better understanding of what is happening within the classroom and beyond that to prepare students for the world of work. The learning spaces get students engaging with their peers, solving different kinds of problems in workplaces or working within the latest research infrastructure. The degree and co-curricular programs offer a wide variety of other opportunities such as industry projects, international travel, hackathons and research opportunities. All these experiences will help to equip students with knowledge and skill in the real world and ready to apply the learning to the actual workplace.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 6 in Australia

No. 66 in the world

Area of interest

  • Art, design & architecture
  • Arts, humanities & social sciences
  • Business
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Information technology
  • Law
  • Medicine, nursing & health sciences
  • Pharmacy & pharmaceutical sciences
  • Science

University of Technology Sydney

The campus life in the University of Technology Sydney is very culturally diverse and its vibrant international exchange study and research programs help to prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future. University of Technology Sydney’s purpose is to advance knowledge and learning through research-inspired teaching, research with impact and partnerships with industry, the professions and community. They are committed to working with industry and government to deliver practical and professional courses. UTS CareerHub helps students discover the latest jobs, internships and graduate roles, both locally and overseas.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 7 in Australia

No. 69 in the world

Area of interest

  • Analytics and data science
  • Business
  • Communication
  • Design, architecture and building
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Health
  • Information technology
  • International studies
  • Law
  • Forensic Science 
  • Nursing 
  • Science and Mathematics
  • Transdisciplinary Innovation

RMIT University

RMIT provides students with an education that prepares them for success, exposes to new ideas and equips them with skills and knowledge to excel in their career. The internships, placements and work experience opportunities let students put theory into practice alongside some of the world’s leading organisations. RMIT has partnerships with world-leading organisations such as BMW, the United Nations, Deloitte, Adidas and L’Oréal to make sure the education they provide is relevant and connected to the needs of the industry. Students will have the chance to work with RMIT’s partners by getting involved in large, complex and multidisciplinary research projects.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 8 in Australia

No. 77 in the world

Area of interest

  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Biomedical sciences
  • Building
  • Business
  • Communication
  • Design
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Fashion
  • Game design
  • Health science
  • Information technology
  • Law
  • Media
  • Property
  • Science
  • Social science

Macquarie University

Macquarie’s multi-award-winning program, PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) provides opportunities for students to apply learning in practice. Students contribute to the partner organisations and the community with their classroom learning while gaining important industry experience and skills in the real world. Macquarie has a wide network of over 3,000 partner organisations from all over the world, across corporate, public, community-based and nonprofit sectors. This program by Macquarie University helps to connect highly motivated, capable and work-ready students with inspiring partners, organisations and academics.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No. 9 in Australia

No. 101-110 in the world

Area of interest

  • Business 
  • Engineering
  • Science
  • Arts and social sciences
  • Languages and linguistics
  • Psychology and cognitive science
  • Education
  • Law
  • Medicine and health
  • Information technologies
  • Media, communications and performing arts
  • Security, intelligence and criminology

Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

QUT provides real-world learning experiences and research solutions across a wide range of areas and the courses are in high demand. QUT’s engaged and grounded approach to education and research is highly appreciated and trusted by employers and government sectors. The teaching, research and executive staff are leaders in their field, they deliver the best for the students and make a positive impact on the community. QUT seeks to equip students and graduates with the skills they will need in an accelerating disrupted and challenged world, and is committed to high student satisfaction and excellent graduate employment outcomes.

QS Graduate Employability Rankings

No.10 in Australia

No. 101-110 in the world

Area of interest

  • Building and planning
  • Business
  • Creative practice, communication and design
  • Education
  • English and pathway programs
  • Health and community
  • Law and justice
  • Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)
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Top 10 Universities to study Engineering in Australia based on QS Ranking 2021

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The QS World University Ranking System is one of the most widely used university ranking systems in the world. They evaluate the universities from using six simple metrics which they believe effectively capture university performance. Thos six metrics include Academic Reputation (40%), Faculty/Student Ratio (20%), Citations per faculty (20%), Employer Reputation (10%), International faculty ratio (5%), International student ratio (5%). 

Engineering is one of the most popular fields for students to study, it is a broad field that offers exciting career opportunities where you’ll get to be creative, solve problems and explore how things work everyday. There are numerous universities in Australia which are offering engineering courses, this article includes the top universities to study engineering in Australia according to the QS Subject Ranking System.

Top 10 Australian Universities to study Engineering

1. The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

In the University of New South Wales, whichever engineering discipline you choose, you will gain the knowledge and skills to pursue a successful career, by applying yourself to engineering design and enquiry projects, professional engineering practice, engineering and technical management, and to conduct research towards your project. A flexible first-year is offered for students who wish to study engineering but have not decided which specialisation to pursue.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.1 in Australia


No.37 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Majors available

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Bioinformatics Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Product Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Photovoltaics and Solar Energy
  • Renewable Energy Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Surveying
  • Telecommunications

Indicative Annual Fee (2021)

AUD $47,760

2. The University of Melbourne

The engineering graduates from the The University of Melbourne will come out with the ideal combination of advanced technical and professional skills valued by employers, and a higher level qualification that is recognised around the world. Students will be taught, mentored and inspired by international experts in the engineering field, with a huge range of specialties, and a strong passion for sharing their knowledge with students.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.2 in Australia


No. 41 in the world

Bachelor of Science, 

Majors available

  • Bioengineering Systems
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical Systems
  • Civil Systems
  • Computing and Software Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Environmental Engineering Systems
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Mechatronics Systems

Indicative Annual Fee (2021)

AUD $41,912 – AUD $45,944

3. Monash University

The Monash Engineering degree is accredited by Engineers Australia, which means the qualification will be automatically recognised in 21 countries around the globe. Monash hosts some of the world’s most advanced engineering facilities, which helps to better enhance students’ learning experience. Students will get to use those facilities while completing their studies, working with the academics to contribute to the latest breakthroughs in engineering research.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.3 in Australia


No.54 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Majors available

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering
  • Software Engineering

Indicative Annual Fee (2021)

AUD $46,000

4. The University of Sydney

A degree in engineering from The University of Sydney allows you to combine your drive with the technical skills and professional experiences required to solve tomorrow’s challenges. It helps students to develop innovative, creative and sustainable solutions which helps to promote positive developments worldwide. The university has a wide network with 1200+ industry partners providing the students with work placements and employment opportunities. 

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.4 in Australia


No.61 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Specialisations available

  • Civil Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Space Engineering
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Indicative Annual Fee (2021) 

AUD $50,000

5. The Australian National University (ANU)

The Bachelor of Engineering in The Australian National University (ANU) is built on a ‘multidisciplinary systems’ approach, the education experience in ANU ensures that students will be able to design, analyse and manage complex systems of the future. It will not only allow you to excel in your career, but to also make a real difference and help to solve some of the world’s largest problems. 

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.5 in Australia


No.71 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Majors available

  • Electronic and Communication Systems
  • Environmental Systems
  • Mechatronic Systems
  • Renewable Energy Systems

Indicative Annual Fee (2021)

AUD $46,910

6. The University of Queensland

In the University of Queensland, students who are taking Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) will benefit from a new flexible first year with hands-on experience across all aspects of engineering, more study options for greater career opportunities, and direct contact with industry. Students will then develop technical skills through a core specialisation, which will form the basis of the career, graduating with advanced knowledge which will stand out in a competitive job market.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.6 in Australia


No.76 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Specialisations available

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Software Engineering

Indicative Annual Fee (2021)

AUD $45,120

7. University of Technology Sydney

The Bachelor of Engineering program in University of Technology Sydney provides a comprehensive preparation for careers in the professional practice of engineering. Students learn to deal with complex systems and manage large-scale projects using the most appropriate emerging technologies. A number of the areas of study are available with explicit specialisations. For example, Civil Engineering is available with specialisations in Structures and Constructions.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.7 in Australia

No.106 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Majors available

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Data Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Indicative Annual Fee (2021) 

AUD $46,704

8. The University of Adelaide

Studying engineering at The University of Adelaide will help you to gain specialist knowledge and practical skills with the exciting new suite of engineering degrees, offering industry-relevant majors aligned with current and future STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers. Students would also get the chance to connect with industry employers at the largest university engineering, computer and mathematical sciences showcase in South Australia.

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.8 in Australia


No.126 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, 

Specialisations available

  • Architectural and Structural
  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Electrical and Electronic
  • Environmental
  • Mechanical
  • Mining
  • Petroleum
  • Software

Indicative Annual Fee (2021) 

AUD $44,500

9. RMIT University

Studying the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in RMIT gives you a number of unique benefits. You’ll gain the fundamental skills you need to set you up for a professional career in engineering. RMIT also provides awesome facilities such as the best 3D printing facilities in the southern hemisphere to improve students’ study experience. In a supportive environment, you’ll bridge the gap between theory and practice, with project-based learning, problem solving and teamwork skills. 

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.9 in Australia


No.141 in the world

Bachelor of Engineering, Specialisations available

  • Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil and Infrastructure
  • Computer and Network Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Sustainable Systems Engineering
  • Telecommunications Engineering

Indicative Annual Fee (2021) 

AUD $39,360

10. The University of Western Australia

The Engineering Science major provides fundamental engineering knowledge and develops your scientific, communication and problem solving skills by combining practical, hands-on courses, industry projects and theoretical foundations. In this major, you will choose one of eight specializations and obtain the required grades to lead to the Master of Professional Engineering (MPE) and a global career as a professional engineer. 

QS World University Subject Rankings for Engineering & Technology

No.10 in Australia


No.143 in the world

Bachelor of Science, Engineering Science major, Specialisations available

  • Biomedical
  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Electrical and Electronic
  • Environmental
  • Mechanical
  • Mining
  • Software

Indicative Annual Fee (2021) 

AUD $40,100

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Study Business in Australia 2020

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Studying business in Australia is perhaps the best choice you can make. As business management and administration is one of the most popular courses to study among Australia’s international students, but who says you have to be like everyone else? There are so many more disciples within the broad field of business, you can have the option to undertake marketing and advertising, finance and accounting, economics, information systems, and more. 

Overview

Marketing

All students are typically required to take common core business classes in Marketing Principles, Communication, Economics, Finance and Management. Furthermore, universities would usually require their students to take general education courses in English or Math electives, such as Psychology – to better understand consumer behaviour, and Intro to Computers – for administrative and content creation.

In that respect, most universities’ has typical classes like: 

  • Advertising and Promotion
  • Merchandising
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Global Marketing Techniques
  • Marketing Research
  • Marketing Strategy and Management
  • Product Management
  • Retail and Sales Management
  • Public Speaking
  • E-commerce Marketing Principles
  • Graphic Design
  • Sales

Finance

A finance major will learn the fundamentals of financial planning, investment decisions and analyzing/limiting expenses. Different from accounting – which we will explain further below – you will analyse how your company performed in the past and predict how it will perform in the future, and drive business strategies. 

Typical classes include:

  • Advanced derivatives
  • Asset markets
  • Behavioural finance
  • Corporate finance
  • Economics/econometrics
  • Financial management
  • Financial planning
  • Financial accounting
  • Financial reporting
  • Risk management
  • Venture capital

Accounting

Apart from Financing, Accounting often strongly emphasize on past records and present reports, then using the information to assess a business’ financial position, which is integral to making future business ventures. Accounting students’ typically have to deal with documents such as basic book-keeping, to managing balance sheets and income

Here are a few typical classes you may take for an accounting course:

  • Auditing
  • Budget analysis
  • Business strategy
  • Financial accounting
  • Financial reporting
  • Forensic accounting
  • Information systems
  • Management accounting
  • Quantitative analysis
  • Tax accounting

Economics

Economics degrees are divided into both BA and BSc forms. BA in Economics may focus on qualitative modules, such as social sciences in psychology or sociology, of course, there will be some math involved. BSc most likely focuses more on mathematics, statistical theory and techniques to apply mathematics in economic theory for analysis. Either way, an Economic degree will demand their students to combine empirical evidence with economic theory, analyse problems with concrete statistics, and  understanding current affairs along with their causes and effects.

  • Financial Economics
  • Economics and Law
  • Development Economics
  • Applied Economics
  • Economic Integration
  • Quantitative Economics
  • International Trade
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics

Administration & Management

Business administration & management is a special breed within the business arena, as its syllabus typically encompasses every business specialisation: marketing, finance, economics, etc. As this degree aims to breed a new generation of leaders in the business sector (though it is applicable in many industries as well).

As mentioned briefly above, here are some of the classes you will encounter:

  • Computer Literacy and Business Applications
  • Business Communication
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Spreadsheet Essentials
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Math Applications
  • Principles of Human Resources
  • Business Law and Ethics

Of course these are merely some very generalised branches of business, there are more specific sub-branches within the mentioned business specialisations, or other specialisations that we did not include. To know more, please reach out to us!

Recommended Universities to Study Business:​

And finally, we will recommend some universities to study business, while listing all of the business majors available. This list is based on the QS World Ranking for each university’s Bachelor’s program in Business/Commerce. They are guaranteed to be credible, as they rank their subjects based on:

  • High enrolment rate in the program
  • High courses satisfaction rates among students and recent graduates
  • High employment rate

Without further ado, here all all the undergraduate business degrees.

1. The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is one of the top universities in Australia, their business and commerce programmes upholds the #20 rank in the QS World Rankings. Undergraduate:
Programme Name Majors Indicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Arts Economics AUD $35,552 – $40,536
Bachelor of Commerce Accounting AUD $41,840 – $44,756
Actuarial Studies
Business
Economics
Finance
Management
Marketing

2. The University of Western Sydney

Securing a 26th spot in the 2019 QS World Rankings, The University of Western Sydney provides a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with all sorts of majors. Undergraduate:
Programme Name Majors Indicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Accounting Financial Planning AUD $26,760
Taxation
Financial and Planning
Bachelor of Business Applied Finance AUD $41,840 – $44,756
Economics
Property
Hospitality Management
International Business
Marketing
Sport Management
Human Resource Management
Management

3. Monash University

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Another top university in Australia is Monash University. Based in Melbourne, their business programmes are ranked at #36. Undergraduate:
Programme Name Majors Indicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Accounting N/A AUD $45,000
Bachelor of Actuarial Science
Bachelor of Banking and Finance
Bachelor of Business  Accounting
Banking and Finance
Business Law
Business Management
Business Statistics
Economics and Business Strategy
Human Resource Management
International Business
Marketing
Taxation
Bachelor of Business Management Accountancy
Business Administration Studies
Economics and Business Decision
Finance and Economics
Management Practice
Marketing and Communications
Bachelor of Commerce Accounting
Actuarial Science
Behavioural Commerce
Business Analytics
Business Law
Econometrics
Economics
Finance
Management Studies
Marketing Science
Sustainability
Bachelor of Economics N/A
Bachelor of Finance
Bachelor of International Business
Bachelor of Marketing

4. Kaplan Business School

Kaplan Business School dedicates all their resources into their business degrees, making a mark as an excellent business-focused university in Australia. Undergraduate:
Programme Name Indicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Business AUD $51,600
Bachelor of Business (Accounting) AUD $51,600
Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) AUD $51,600
Bachelor of Business (Marketing) AUD $51,600
Bachelor of Business (Management) AUD $51,600
Bachelor of Business (Finance) AUD $51,600

5. The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland provides a whole range of degrees that targets specific specialisations within the business world. It is also ranked as the top 100 in the QS World Ranking. Undergraduate:
Programme Name Majors Indicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Advanced Business (Honours) Accounting AUD $43,888
Business Analytics
Business Information Systems
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Finance
Human Resource
International Business
Marketing
Bachelor of Agribusiness N/A AUD $43,504
Bachelor of Arts Economics AUD $34,208
Bachelor of Business Management Advertising AUD $42,272
Business Economics
Business Information Systems
Human Resource
International Business
Marketing
Bachelor of Commerce Accounting AUD $43,644
Business Information Systems
Finance
Bachelor of Economics Business and Industry AUD $42,272
Economics and Public Policy
International Trade and Finance
Natural Resource and Environment
Quantitative Methods
Bachelor of Information Technology Computer Systems and Networks AUD $45,120
Enterprise Information Systems (Dual Major)
Software Design
Software Information Systems
User Experience Design
Bachelor of International Hotel and Tourism Management Event Management AUD $42,272
Hospitality Management
Tourism Management
Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy and Economics Economics AUD $42,272
Philosophy
Politics

Hopefully this helps put things into perspective! But if you have anymore question, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Study Education in Australia 2020

Study Education in Australia 2020

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As mentioned in our previous article, the job market in Australia is in demand for more primary school teachers. Hence this list will provide a comprehensive overview in this specific sector within the education field. We will brush over its course description, the skills required to succeed in this field, the kind of modules and assignments you will have, and finally, recommended universities to study Bachelor of Education (Primary) based on the credible QS World Ranking.

The Industry

Australia’s high quality international standard education is a huge industry in Australian society, swiftly growing into a AUD $20 billion export industry that attracts international students from all over the world. Their refined education programmes are highly coveted as it also includes preschools, primary and secondary schools, universities and other tertiary education institutes (such as TAFEs). 

There are more than 1,200 education institutes in Australia, offering more than 22,000 courses on subjects covering anything and everything you can think of! All in all, if you want to break into the industry, you must hold the all requirements of the federal Australia Qualification Framework to receive teaching accreditation. 

How do you become a teacher?

Generally speaking, careers in the education sector can be split into four distinct categories: the public education system, the private education system, educational organisational work (administration, manageration, etc.), and roles within academia. The following text will cover all areas which will be closely related to your future teaching career.

To become a certified teacher, you have to meet the academic requirements for employment as a teacher in your state. In general, it involves the completion of a relevant Bachelor degree (which takes four years), or enrolment in a postgraduate Master of Education. Working teachers will then be expected to continue fulfilling the education requirements throughout their careers.

Other types of teaching

Academia

You would often kickstart things with a short-term position as a tutor. To secure these positions, you must be an outstanding student who willingly pursue graduate research opportunities. Which also means academic merit and high marks, strong relationships with faculty and successful admission to an honours programme or doctorate, you would also be required to possess a distinction average and multiple references. Then, you’ll continue to excel through teaching research in order to pursue new academic opportunities.

Vocational education and training

To secure a job in vocational education and training, you must hold accreditation and industry experience. Many of these are involved within Tertiary and Further Education (TAFE) institutions, and they tend to focus on teaching skills important in hospitality, event management, retail, tourism, and various traits (such as plumbing, which are trained and studied throughout an apprenticeship).

Professional training

Professional training aims to help people who have already started their careers to continue improving and performing better in their job. It is recommended to study business or human relations at a tertiary level to smoothly enter this industry (you can have the option to study a double degree with education with the aforementioned courses).

Other opportunities

A huge step towards the development of technology has created a new teaching industry, with many colleges and universities emphasizing online content to the web, providing opportunities for both students and teachers to learn and teach virtually. This has also created a new market for teaching jobs with private companies.

Recommended Universities to Study Education:​​​

This list is based on the QS World Ranking for each university’s Bachelor’s program in Education. They are guaranteed to be credible, as they rank their subjects based on:

  • High enrolment rate in the program
  • High courses satisfaction rates among students and recent graduates
  • High employment rate

And finally, the education degrees will be listed according to their specified fields (e.g. primary, secondary, early childhood, etc.):

1. The University of Sydney

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Always upholding its reputation as one of the top universities in Australia, their education programmes are ranked as the top #12 in the QS World Rankings.

Undergraduate:

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)AUD $48,500
Bachelor of Education (Primary)AUD $48,500
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education: Mathematics) and Bachelor of ScienceAUD $48,500 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education: Science) and Bachelor of ScienceAUD $48,500 
Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Sciences) and Bachelor of ArtsAUD $48,500 
Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)AUD $48,500

 

Postgraduate:

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Master of EducationAUD $42,000
Master of Education (Educational Management and Leadership)
Master of Education (Educational Psychology)
Master of Education (International Education)
Master of Education (Leadership in Aboriginal Education)
Master of Education (Special and Inclusive Education)
Master of Education (Sports Coaching)
Master of Education (TESOL)
Master of Education (Taronga Conservation Education)
Master of Learning Sciences and Technology (Professional)
Master of Learning Sciences and Technology (Research)
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)
Master of Teaching (Primary)
Master of Teaching (Health and Physical Education)
Master of Teaching (School Counselling)
Master of Teaching (Secondary)

2. The University of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne is another incredibly reputable university in Australia, with their education programmes being ranked at #14

Postgraduate:

Even so, they do not carry specific undergraduate programmes for education specialisations. One option to make it as a teacher through this university is by taking a bachelor programme, then applying your knowledge from a bachelor programme towards your masters in education or teaching.

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Master of EducationAUD $35,072
Master of Clinical EducationAUD $39,394
Master of Education (Research)AUD $35,072
Master of Education in Evidence-Based TeachingAUD $26,784 
Master of Education PsychologyAUD $37,600 
Master of EvaluationAUD $26,784
Master of International Education (International Baccalaureate)AUD $26,784
Master of Learning InterventionAUD $35,072
Master of Modern Languages EducationAUD $35,072
Master of Music (Performance Teaching)AUD $49,385
Master of Narrative Therapy and Community WorkAUD $20,736
Master of Philosopher – Education AUD $35,680
Master of TESOLAUD $35,072
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood and Primary)AUD $42,444
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)AUD $37,728
Master of Teaching (Primary)AUD $37,728
Master of Teaching (Secondary)AUD $37,728
Master of Tertiary Education (Management)AUD $31,061
Master of Youth Mental HealthAUD $29,962

3. Monash University

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Monash University is also one of Australia’s top universities based in Melbourne, with their education programmes being ranked in #16.

Undergraduate:

Programme NameMajorsIndicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Education (Honours)Early Years and Primary EducationAUD $34,000
Primary Education
Primary and Secondary Education
Primary and Secondary Inclusive Education
Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education
Secondary Health and Physical Education
Secondary Education



Postgraduate:

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Master of Counselling AUD $36,400
Master of EducationAUD $33,700
Master of LeadershipAUD $34,000
Master of TeachingAUD $32,600
Master of TESOLAUD $34,900

 

4. The University of Queensland

Undergraduate:

Ranked at #19, the University of Queensland provides four-year programmes for undergraduate education programmes, and multiple postgraduate degrees for several specialisations.

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Education (Primary)AUD $32,352
Bachelor of Education (Primary) (Honours)AUD $32,352
Bachelor of Arts / Education (Secondary)AUD $33,744
Bachelor of Science / Education (Secondary)AUD $41,648
Bachelor of Business Management / Education (Secondary)AUD $39,792
Bachelor of Music (Honours) / Education (Secondary)AUD $34,304
Bachelor of Mathematics / Education (Secondary)AUD $40,720
Bachelor of Health, Sport and Physical Education (Honours)AUD $38,112

 

Postgraduate:

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Master of Applied LinguisticsAUD $32,112
Master of Education StudiesAUD $30,304
Master of Teaching (Primary)AUD $45,456
Master of Teaching (Secondary)AUD $30,304
Master of TESOLAUD $34,900



5. Deakin University

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Undergraduate:

Ranked at an impressive position of #27 for their education courses, Deakin University aims to make sure all their students are able to grasp the full curriculum of Australian education systems. 

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)AUD $29,400
Bachelor of Education (Primary) AUD $29,400
Bachelor of Health and Physical EducationAUD $29,400

 

Postgraduate:

Programme NameIndicative fee (2020)
Master of Applied Learning and TeachingAUD $22,400
Master of Digital Learning LeadershipAUD $14,750
Master of Education AUD $24,200
Master of Education (Leadership and Management)AUD $24,200
Master of Languages TeachingAUD $24,200
Master of Specialist Inclusive EducationAUD $25,000
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)AUD $22,400
Master of Teaching (Primary and Early Childhood)AUD $22,400
Master of Teaching (Primary and Secondary)AUD $22,400
Master of Teaching (Primary)AUD $22,400
Master of Teaching (Secondary)AUD $22,400
Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Secondary)AUD $22,400



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Why Australia is the best place to study abroad?

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Studying abroad is the best way to start your academic journey

You’re young, fresh and bursting with energy. With all that you contain, you have amazing opportunities that lay ahead of you and studying abroad is a big part of it. As a student in this generation, basic education is not enough to get you to the edge where you want to be. Being a global citizen and having international experience as a student enhances your learning process which helps in discovering the differences in global industries.

Read more about studying overseas in this article: 4 reasons how studying overseas will change your life.

Why study in Australia?

Australia, the nation down under, known to be a great tourist destination and one of the best places to kick-start your academic career. Did you know Australia has some of the highest top ranking universities in the world such as University of Melbourne and University of Sydney. Along with the educational benefits, students get to secure a good part-time income early in their academic career and build their experience as they study. Not to mention, Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, such as Bondi Beach in Sydney and Gold Coast in Queensland and with that extra incomes, students can take the opportunity to discover all the amazing destinations in Australia and even South East Asia.

What do the statistics say about the diversity of students in Australia?

Source: Australian Government Department of Education and Training

  • Education Minister Simon Birmingham said Australia has taken in approximately 510,000 international students from over 190 countries in 2018.
  • Based on the analysis of UNESCO data, the number of international students going to Australiaincreased by almost 32,000 (12%)

How is the life as an international student in Australia? Watch the video below to find out.

TOP 5 advantages of studying in Australia:

1. Diversity & Cultures

There are over 500, 000 international students in Australia from over 190 countries! Be ready to encounter intercultural learning experience and broaden your horizon by learning about various cultures and make some new friends from around the world or from your home country if you are feeling homesick.

2. Work-life balance

Student’s have amazing opportunities outside of university and get to enjoy this phase of their life to the fullest. During the course of the study period international students can work up to 20 hours per-week and 40 hours during the University holidays. This makes Australia an affordable country to study and live for international students. Find out how much you could earn as an international student in Australia here.

3. Easy Permanent Residency

One of the best countries for migration as you can start your academic journey and build your career at the same time before you settle in for the years to come. Find out what steps to take to apply for your permanent residency here.

4. Work Permit 

Unlike our friendly neighbours in the UK and USA, Australia offers international student the opportunity to seek full time employment after completing your undergraduate or postgraduate studies through the Post-Study Work Graduate Visa. In short, depending on what studies you have completed, you will get the opportunity to receive a valid work visa (think of work permit) which is the length of 2 to 4 years. This will allow you sufficient time to gain some real-life work experience in the Australian workforce (working with Aussies mate!)

5. Excellent Education

University of Sydney, University of Melbourne, University of Queensland and many more. Need I say more? Check out the list below.

Souce: QS Top University

Check out this article to know more about the Top 10 universities in Australia

Want to know more about studying in Australia?

If you are considering to study at in Australia, you can now get an opportunity to meet one-to-one with a representative through participating in the‘Study in Australia World Tour 2019’.

Through participating in this event, you will get to save up to AUD $300 on application fees and be automatically assessed for the Excel Excellence Scholarship valued up to AUD $5000. What are you waiting for?

Event Details

Date: Saturday, 6 April 2019

Time: 12pm – 4pm (Registration begins at 11.30am)

Venue: 32M, Jalan SS25/22, Taman Mayang, Petaling Jaya

RSVP: Click Here

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We offer free study consultation and help you with all the practicalities such as application, accommodation, scholarships, visa processing and flight arrangement if you wish to study:

  • Pathway Programs which includes Foundation Year or Diplomas
  • Undergraduate, Postgraduate or PhD degree program
  • Study and Familiarization Tours

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