The Pacific Ocean countries of Australia and New Zealand are dynamic, cultural and exciting places to live and study. Their universities enjoy a growing academic reputation and are responsible for some ground-breaking research.
Australia and New Zealand have high standards of living at a relatively low cost, which makes them an attractive choice for students. Both enjoy stunning scenery and are popular with travellers. Find out more about studying and living in Australia and New Zealand, or follow the links from this page to check out what the universities can offer you.
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Curtin University, Perth
Set yourself apart from other graduates, broaden your perspective and enrich your degree with a study abroad experience in Perth, Western Australia.
Deakin University, Melbourne
Deakin has a reputation for teaching and learning excellence: a testament to its outstanding facilities, flexible study options and courses which are informed by industry professionals.
Griffith University, Queensland
Ranked in the top 200 institutions worldwide by the HES-QS World Ranking 2010 - Employer Reputation Index. Griffith has a reputation for delivering innovative, industry-focused programmes.
La Trobe University, Melbourne
Not just one of Australia's most beautiful universities, La Trobe is recognised throughout the world for its academic excellence and innovation.
Macquarie University, Sydney
Gain a global education at Macquarie - one of Australia’s top ten universities. Macquarie graduates are highly sought-after and earn amongst the highest starting salaries in Australia.
Ranked as the leading university in Australia and 36th in the world in the Times Higher Education Rankings 2010.
Murdoch University, Perth
Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in:
The University of Otago, New Zealand
Established as New Zealand's first university in 1869, the University of Otago holds great prestige and recognition in New Zealand and throughout the world.
RMIT University, Melbourne
With corporate and community partnerships worldwide, RMIT is one of Australia’s largest educational institutions, with a reputation for producing some of the country’s most employable graduates.
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