Web Directory : Education : Universities
Directory : Oceania
Universities in Oceania:
Australian National University
Australian National University official web site. University staff and public information.
University of Canberra
The second largest University in Canberra. It offers high quality undergraduate and post-graduate courses, typically with an applied focus.
Charles Sturt University
Distant education. Course information, location, courses offered and how to apply. Campuses in Bathurst, Albury, Wagga Wagga and Dubbo.
Macquarie University official web site. Contains online teaching material for many units at Macquarie University.
University of Sydney
Australia's leading higher education and research University.
University of Wollongong
An international research institution providing undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, located near Sydney in the beautiful coastal region of the Illawarra.
Northern Territory University
A wide range of information about the University including courses offered. Online admissions available. Located in Darwin.
The University of Queensland
Based in St Lucia, Gatton and Ipswich. Research and teaching university.
University of the Sunshine Coast
Official web site. Small university located one hour from Brisbane.
Bond University - Small private University on the Gold Coast.
University of Adelaide
Site includes information on programs, courses, teaching, campuses, faculties, library, alumni, business opportunities, news and events. Campuses are in North Terrace (City of Adelaide), Waite.
University of South Australia
The largest university in South Australia. Offers courses to undergraduate and post graduate students in most disciplines.
Provides undergraduate and post graduate courses to Australian and international students. Courses cover a range of disciplines such as Health, Commerce, Social Science, Engineering and Arts.
University of Tasmania
The main two campuses are in the Hobart suburb of Sandy Bay and in the Launceston suburb of Newnham. There is the North West Centre located in Burnie and there are smaller campuses in central Hobart.
The University of Melbourne
Oldest Victorian university (established 1855) offering a vast range of coursework and research programs. Melbourne has campuses in both the metropolitan and regional areas.
Multi-campus university centred in Melbourne's western suburbs. Has both a Higher Education and a Vocational Education and Training sector and is the largest university in Australia.
University of Ballarat
Regional university with both Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training sectors. Two campuses in Ballarat and three in the Wimmera region.
A large and diverse institution with particular strengths in external study. Campuses throughout Melbourne and the La Trobe Valley.
La Trobe University
A Melbourne-based university (Bundoora) also with a regional campus at Bendigo. The opening of the La Trobe University Medical Centre has further strengthened its dominance in provision of health care
The University of Western Australia
Offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Perth and Albany.
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