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    Victoria
    Still from FIRST2ACTweb™ programme. Photo credit: Monash University
    A new simulation-based learning programme has been developed by researchers at Monash University in conjunction with the University of Queensland, Deakin University, Federation Training and other international partners, that helps student nurses learn how to better manage and help deteriorating patients.Associate Professor Simon Cooper is lead developer of the project and head of the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Monash University.  He explained that the simulation was developed in...
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    London Office
    Find out more about studying at the University of Queensland during a student information session at our London office on Monday 6th October. This is a fantastic opportunity to find out more about the University of Queensland in a one-to-one session with Alison Campbell from the International Office at UQ.The University of Queensland is part of the prestigious Group of Eight and offers a wide range of programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You can find out more about any of...
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    South Australia
    Water treatment device made with crisp packets. Photo credit: SBS news
    Mechanical Engineering students and staff at the University of Adelaide have designed a low-cost drinking water treatment system from crisp packets and glass tubing.The treatment system is suitable for use in remoter communities in countries such as Papua New Guinea, where previously rainwater was collected in large tanks and drunk untreated.   "Worldwide, 780 million people still don't have access to safe and clean water for drinking, cooking or washing," says Dr Cristian Birzer,...
  • Featured Courses & Faculties

    Master of Teaching at the University of Tasmania

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    The Master of Teaching course at the University of Tasmania is designed for students who have already completed a bachelors degree in a subject other than teaching to complete a teaching qualification in just two years. An MTeach in Australia is equivalent to the UK PGCE qualification, and enables you to teach professionally.The course aims to build upon existing communication and interaction skills so that, on graduating, you will feel confident working with pupils of diverse abilities,...
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    Master of Social Work at the University of Tasmania

    The Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) is designed for you if you have already completed a three-year degree at a recognised university and want to gain a professional qualification in social work. It allows you to train and qualify as a social worker in just two years, rather than the four usually required to complete a social work degree in Australia.This course suits a wide range of students, including people seeking a career change, those who want to upgrade...
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    Master of Marine and Antarctic Science at the University of Tasmania

    Study the marine ecology of the Southern Ocean. Photo credit: Rhiannon Davies
    The Master of Marine and Antarctic Science is a specialist coursework Masters programme in the marine sciences which provides students with advanced instruction and training in emerging approaches and technologies. It is designed to produce expertly trained scientists with international experience and research skills in marine science.As an MMarAntSc student, you will develop an understanding of the roles that the marine ecosystem plays in the global climate system. The MMarAntSc was developed...
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    Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) at the University of Tasmania

    Study marine science in Tasmania, Australia. Photo credit: Tourism Australia
    This is a vibrant and contemporary undergraduate degree that develops specialist skills and knowledge in the major disciplines of Aquaculture; Fisheries Management and Marine Conservation.The flexible, degree structure of this course means that you can gain broad exposure across natural and biological sciences, economics, management, social science, policy and law. This applied science degree leads to a variety of career pathways specific to marine-related research, sustainable resource use and...
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    Bachelor of Engineering (Ocean Engineering) at the University of Tasmania

    Study Ocean Engineering in Australia. Photo credit: Australian Maritime College
    This degree prepares you for work in the design; construction, installation and management of offshore fixed, floating, sub sea and coastal structures. It integrates a core set of fundamental engineering units that focus on wave mechanics, hydrodynamics, structural mechanics and dynamics of offshore and sub sea structures and coastal technologies.Students specialise in one of three streams: Marine Aquaculture - equips students with the skills needed to work in the design and construction...
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    Australia
    High standards, excellent employment prospects, and links with South-east Asia, are some of the reasons cited in this Guardian article about increased numbers of students heading to Australia to study their MBAs.Many of the universities that we work with in Australia offer excellent MBA programmes that will set you off on the right track towards success in business.  Find out more about the business schools mentioned in the article below:Melbourne Business School at the University of...
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    Learn about medicine at Monash University. Photo credit: Monash University
    A representative from Monash University’s Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Science will be at Study Options London on Thursday 25 September to meet with prospective students one-on-one and answer any questions they may have about the University, the programmes it offers, and student life in Melbourne.You must book an appointment if you would like to attend. Appointments last approximately 25 minutes and are available in person or by telephone. If you would like to make an appointment...

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