Charles Sturt University


Charles Sturt University (CSU) is an Australian multi-campus public university located in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, and the Australian Capital Territory. Established in 1989, it was named in honour of Captain Charles Sturt, a British explorer who made expeditions into regional New South Wales and South Australia.
The University has multiple campuses in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Goulburn, Orange, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga and Canberra. The University also facilitates specialist centres in North Parramatta, Manly (Sydney), Wangaratta as well as Regional University Study Centres in Griffith and Parkes. Courses are also delivered in conjunction with Study Group Australia in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane (known as CSU Study Centres).[4]
Charles Sturt University offers various Distance Education programs at Bachelor and Post-Graduate level as well as the Single Subject Study program. CSU also has various course delivery partnerships with several TAFE institutions across the country

University of Southern Queensland


The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is a medium-sized, regional university based in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia,[1] with three university campuses at Toowoomba, Springfield and Ipswich.[2] It offers courses in law, health, engineering, the sciences, business, education, and the arts.[2] USQ has been a leader in distance learning by leveraging technology since the 1970s, which has allowed it to serve rural Queensland and international communities[1] through its on campus, off campus, and online programs.[3]:41 In 1998 it was named World’s Best On and Off Campus University by the International Council for Open and Distance Education[4][5] and was winner of the Australian University of the Year Award in 2000-2001.[6]
It operates three research institutes and seven research centres which focus on a wide range of business, agricultural, scientific, environmental, and technological issues.
The institution was established in 1967 as the Darling Downs campus of the Queensland Institute of Technology. In 1971, it became the Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education, then the University College of Southern Queensland in 1990 and finally the University of Southern Queensland in 1992.

CQ University


Central Queensland University (alternatively known as CQUniversity) is an Australian dual sector university based in Queensland. Its main campus is in North Rockhampton, Queensland. However, it also has campuses in Rockhampton City, Bundaberg, Emerald, Gladstone City, Gladstone Marina, Mackay Ooralea, Mackay City and Noosa, as well as delivery sites in Cairns, Cannonvale, Townsville, Charters Towers, Yeppoon, Biloela, Geraldton, Karratha and Perth. On 31 October 2014, CQUniversity announced that it would open a full campus in the Townsville CBD in 2015.[4] It has metropolitan campuses in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane. As of 2012[update] the metropolitan campuses hosted both international and domestic students


Stanley College


Stanley College of Engineering and Technology for Women is Undergraduate and Post Graduate college located in Abids, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. The college was established in the year 2008, it is affiliated to Osmania University[2] and has been approved by AICTE, New Delhi[3] and the Government of Telangana.

Flinders University


Flinders University is a public university in Adelaide, South Australia. Founded in 1966, it was named in honour of navigator Matthew Flinders, who explored and surveyed the South Australian coastline in the early 19th century.
Flinders is a verdant university[citation needed] and a member of the Innovative Research Universities (IRU) Group[1] and ranks in the 10-16 bracket in Australia[2] and 36th in the world of those established less than 50 years. Academically, the university pioneered a cross-disciplinary approach to education,[citation needed] and its faculties of medicine and the humanities are ranked among the nation’s top 10.[3]
The university is ranked within the world’s top 400 institutions in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.[4] The latest Times Higher Education rankings of the world’s top universities ranks Flinders University in the 251 to 300 bracket.[

Chisholm Institute


Chisholm Institute is a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) Institute located in the south-east Melbourne Australia. It provides adult education in a number of areas including the arts, hospitality, information technology, trades and business. Chisholm offers over 500 certificate, diploma, advanced diploma and graduate certificate courses.[1]
The Institute takes its name from Caroline Chisholm. Its name was also inspired by the Chisholm Institute of Technology, a tertiary institution that operated in southeast Melbourne from 1982 to 1990 before becoming part of Monash University.
Chisholm Institute has campuses in Dandenong, Berwick, Frankston, Wonthaggi, Cranbourne, and Mornington Peninsula Campus along with central Melbourne.
Berwick Technical Education Centre (TEC) was established at the Berwick campus with the new building completed in 2009.[2] A new trade careers centre worth $26 million associated with the TEC was announced in the 2011 State Budget in May.[


Kangan Institute


Kangan Institute is a Technical and Further Education provider located over a number of campuses in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It specialises in health, after market automotive, fashion, visual merchandising, hospitality and commercial cookery, business, accounting and IT, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, building and construction and engineering courses

 Royal Gurkhas Institute of Technology

RGIT_Australia_logo.jpgRoyal Gurkhas Institute of Technology (RGIT) is a Private Registered Training Organisation (RTO) located in Melbourne CBD, Victoria, Australia.[1] In 2014, a second campus was established in Hobart, Tasmania. They offer vocational courses in Business and Management, English, Health Sciences, Hospitality, and Information Technology.[2] A wide selection of study options are offered from short courses, apprenticeships, traineeships, certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

Murdoch University

Murdoch University is a public university in Perth, Western Australia, with campuses also in Singapore and Dubai. It began operations as the state’s second university in 1973, and accepted its first undergraduate students in 1975. Its name is taken from Sir Walter Murdoch (1874–1970), the Founding Professor of English and former Chancellor of the University of Western Australia.
Murdoch is a verdant university and a member of the Innovative Research Universities.

University of the Sunshine Coast


The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) is a public university based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Having opened in 1996 as the Sunshine Coast University College with 524 students, it was renamed the University of the Sunshine Coast in 1999. As at Semester 1 2015 the student body was 12,000. About 100 kilometres (60 mi) north of Brisbane, the campus is a 100-hectare (250-acre) flora and fauna reserve, adjoining the Mooloolah River National Park.
Campus Life living alongside Australian fauna (kangaroos)
Undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework and higher degree by research) programs are offered in both faculties (Arts and Business; Science, Health, Education and Engineering), with the majority of the university’s research focussed in two main areas, sustainability and regional engagement. The university also offers dual degree programs in conjunction with the Sunshine Coast Institute of TAFE. Study areas are divided into seven disciplines: Business and Information Technology, Communication and Design, Education, Health, Humanities and Social Sciences, Law and Science and Engineering. The Law discipline area is under development, with the first intake to be Semester 1 2014.[needs update]
The university is listed on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students


Box Hill Institute


Box Hill Institute is a Victorian vocational and higher education provider based in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne in Victoria. Box Hill Institute has three campuses in Box Hill (Elgar, Whitehorse and Nelson), one in John St, Lilydale and another soon to open at the former Swinburne University campus in Jarlo Drive Lilydale expected to open in February 2016.

Queensland University of Technology


The Queensland University of Technology, abbreviated as QUT, is a public research university located in the urban coastal city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. QUT is located on three campuses in the Brisbane area: Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove, and Caboolture. The university in its current form was founded in 1989, when the then Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) was granted university status by the ‘Queensland University of Technology Act’ passed in 1988 and also by the subsequent merger of Brisbane College of Advanced Education with QUT in 1990.[1] QUT is a member of the Australian Technology Network of universities.
In 2014, QUT had enrolled 47,299 students, including 7,982 international students from more than 100 countries,[4] 34,294 undergraduate students, 11,896 postgraduate students and 1,039 non-award students.[3] The university had a total of 4,700 Full-time equivalent (FTE) staff members (academic, professional, full-time or fractional full-time and casual) in 2014,[3] and an annual budget of over $800 million.[


 Kaplan University


Kaplan University (KU) is the “doing business as” (DBA) name[3] of the Iowa College Acquisition Corporation, a company that owns and operates non-competitive for-profit colleges. It is owned by Kaplan, Inc., a subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company.[4]
Kaplan University is predominantly a distance learning institution of higher education that is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Kaplan University was named in honor of Stanley H. Kaplan,[5] who founded Kaplan Test Prep.[6]
The university elected to participate in U.S. News & World Report rankings for Best Online Bachelor programs in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Submissions were evaluated, ranked and published in January of the following year. Kaplan University’s online bachelor’s program ranked #56 in 2014, #76 in 2015, and #137 in 2016.
Kaplan University also elected to participate in 2013 in the best online nursing program. Kaplan’s School of Nursing elected not to participate in subsequent years. [7]
Kaplan University has faced several federal whistle-blower lawsuits whose accusations dovetail with the findings of an undercover federal investigation which revealed high-pressure recruiting and unrealistic salary promises.[8] Kaplan’s enrollment has declined from 119,000 to 65,000 amid these controversies.[9]
According to the New York Times, 23% of Kaplan’s programs fail the proposed gainful employment regulations, and an additional 10% are close to failing. This means that a significant number of Kaplan graduates are unable to pay back their student loans.

Bradford College


Bradford College is the preferred pathway provider to the University of Adelaide offering programs that lead to the first or second year of undergraduate studies at the University. It is located a short distance away from the University campus in Adelaide, Australia. It offers a range of pathway programs and specifically prepares international students for entry into undergraduate courses at the University of Adelaide. Bradford’s courses are registered at the University of Adelaide, and students receive a student card that enables access to its facilities. Approximately 800 students are enrolled each year[1] from Australia and abroad.


Taylors College


Taylors College is a provider of university preparation programs in Australia and New Zealand. Established in Melbourne, Australia in 1920, Taylors College provides secondary school education (Year 10 – Year 12) and specialised University Foundation programs in partnership with some of the leading universities in Australia and New Zealand. The college has campuses in Sydney, Perth and Auckland. It is part of Study Group, a provider of private Higher Education, language and Careers Education, with nearly 200 university partnerships across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

University of New England (Australia)


The University of New England (UNE) is a public university in Australia with approximately 22,500 higher education students. Its original and main campus is located in the city of Armidale in northern central New South Wales.
The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside a state capital city.[2]
Each year, the University offers students more than $5 million in scholarships, prizes, and bursaries and more than $18 million for staff and students involved in research.[3]

 University of Western Australia


The University of Western Australia (UWA) is a research-intensive university in Perth, Australia that was established by an act of the Western Australian Parliament in February 1911, and began teaching students for the first time in 1913. It is the oldest university in the state of Western Australia. It is colloquially known as a “sandstone university”. It is also a member of the Group of Eight.
UWA was established under and is governed by the University of Western Australia Act 1911.[2] The Act provides for control and management by the university’s Senate, and gives it the authority, amongst other things, to make statutes, regulations and by-laws, details of which are contained in the university Calendar.[3]
UWA is highly ranked internationally in various publications: the 2015 QS World University Rankings[4] placed UWA at 98th internationally, and in August 2016 the Academic Ranking of World Universities from Shanghai Jiao Tong University placed the university at 96th in the world.[5] To date, the university has produced 100 Rhodes Scholars;[6] one Nobel Prize laureate[7] and one Australian Prime Minister.[8]
In 2010 UWA joined the Matariki Network of Universities as the youngest member, the only one established during the 20th century.


 University of Adelaide


The University of Adelaide is a public university located in Adelaide, South Australia. Established in 1874, it is the third-oldest university in Australia. The University is associated with five Nobel laureates and 104 Rhodes scholars. It is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The University is also a member of the Sandstone universities, which mostly consist of Colonial-era Universities within Australia.
The University of Adelaide is composed of five faculties, with each containing constituent schools. These include the Faculty of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences, the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of the Professions and the Faculty of Sciences.
The University of Adelaide is widely regarded as one of Australia’s leading Universities,[2] and it has considerably impacted the public life of South Australia. Many of the state’s leading businesspeople, lawyers, medical professionals and politicians have been educated at the University. The University has been directly and indirectly involved in many of the world’s achievements and discoveries, such as the discovery and development of penicillin, the development of space exploration, and the study of viticulture and oenology.
The University’s main campus is located on North Terrace in the Adelaide city centre, adjacent to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and the State Library of South Australia. The university has five campuses throughout the state; North Terrace; Roseworthy College at Roseworthy; The Waite Institute at Urrbrae; Thebarton; and the National Wine Centre in the Adelaide Park Lands. It has a sixth campus, the Ngee Ann – Adelaide Education Centre (NAAEC), in Singapore.[3] The university operates several associated and independent research institutes and groups. These include the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies, the Hanson Institute for Medical Research, and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI). SAHMRI is based at the health and biomedical precinct on North Terrace, Adelaide.

Australian Graduate School of Management


The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) is part of the UNSW Business School at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), in Sydney. The School offers general management, executive and leadership development programs.
AGSM offers MBA, MBA (Executive), MBT degrees and executive education programs in Australia, in Hong Kong, and online. For many years the school’s MBA program has been ranked by the Financial Times as the best in Australia.[

Charlton Brown Institute Queenland


In the 30 years establishment, CHARLTON BROWN® has built a global reputation as a leader in community care through training, recruitment, global linkages and industry advocacy. We have trained more than 15,000 students worldwide and placed many in employment, both nationally and internationally. CHARLTON BROWN® has also paved the way for students from around the world to study with us at our Brisbane-based college, and externally throughout Australia.

Cambridge International College


Cambridge International College is a globally recognised education institution, specialising in providing students with higher education degrees in a supportive and caring environment. We pride ourselves on our commitment to our students. Cambridge International College (Vic) Pty Ltd is a private company, registered under the Corporations Act 2001, which trades as Cambridge International College (CIC).

Universal Institute of Technology


The mission of Universal Institute of Technology is to provide quality vocational education and training through a suite of accredited courses that cater for both the international and domestic markets. Our overall aim is to provide education and training in a caring environment for a skilled and adaptable workforce to meet the ever-changing needs of industry.

University of Tasmania


The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is a public research university primarily located in Tasmania, Australia. Officially founded in 1890,[5] it was the fourth university to be established in Australia, although Christ College, which became affiliated with the university in 1929, was established in 1846 and remains the oldest form of higher education in the country. The University of Tasmania is a sandstone university and is a member of the international Association of Commonwealth Universities[6] and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning.[7]