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  • Special scholarship
    The Destination Australia Scholarship has been developed by the Australian Government to encourage students to study at postgraduate level in regional Australia. One of the regional locations where students are eligible to apply for this scholarship is Curtin University’s Kalgoorlie campus.The Kalgoorlie campus is home to the Western Australian School of Mines, and the scholarship is available to mining and metallurgy students who will be completing their full postgraduate degree in Kalgoorlie...
  • Featured Courses & Faculties
    Medicine at Deakin University. Photo credit: Deakin University
     The Doctor of Medicine is a graduate entry medical training programme. It leads to professional registration as a doctor.Taught out of one of the most innovative Schools of Medicine in Australia, the Deakin Doctor of Medicine will set you up for a range of medical careers, from general practice to pathology, paediatrics or surgery.The Deakin MD is highly-regarded by the medical community both in Australia and worldwide and its graduates are strongly employable. In 2015, 2016 and 2017, 100...
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    U.K. event
    Study Options University Open Days are FREE information events designed to give students, parents and careers advisors the chance to find out more about studying at Australian and New Zealand universities.The Study Options Open Days present an excellent opportunity to meet and talk to many universities from all around Australia and New Zealand under one roof. You can find out more about the courses available, the universities themselves, their accommodation options, campus lifestyles and...
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    London Office
    Want to find out more about studying at UNSW Sydney? On Wednesday 24 June Travis Edwards from the University will be holding a student information session in London.  This is an excellent opportunity to talk to Travis about UNSW and get any questions you might have answered. Travis will be happy to discuss anything to do with studying at the university, from queries on the content and structure of study programmes to student accommodation options to campus facilities, clubs and...
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    South Island
    Professor Simon Brown's paper published in prestigious peer-reviewed journal Science Advances proves signals on the chips are remarkably like those that pass through the network of neurons in the brain. Photo credit: The University of Canterbury
    A team lead by Professor Simon Brown at the University of Canterbury (UC) has developed computer chips with brain-like functionality that could lead to significantly reducing the global carbon emissions produced from computing. The chips are based on self-organisation of nanoparticles – taking advantage of physical principles at unimaginably small scales, a hundred thousand times smaller than the thickness of a human hair, to make brain-like networks.This is important for building new...
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    Australia
    By now you will all have seen coverage of the devastating bushfires affecting Australia.While the impact on many rural communities has been profound, none of our partner universities have been directly affected by the fires. All campuses remain open and ready to welcome new and returning students due to begin their studies in Semester 1 (late February) 2020. Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the Australian bushfires. Study Options has donated A$1,000 to the Vinnies Bushfire...
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    Bristol

    Come and join the Study Options team at our information evening in February to find out more about your Australian and New Zealand university options! Our Study in Australia and New Zealand event is an ideal opportunity to get lots of information about all aspects of studying in Australia or New Zealand and to meet our Bristol-based advisory team.Please come along to find out about the wide range of courses available; scholarship options; how the application process works; what it’s like...
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    Northern Territory
    Gouldian finches drinking at a waterhole in Western Australia. Credit: Minden Pictures/Alamy Photo
    For the first time, Australian scientists have shown that environmental DNA (eDNA) can be used to detect the presence of an endangered bird species simply by collecting a cup of water from the pools where they drink.  eDNA has already emerged as a powerful tool to trace rare and threatened aquatic species, but had not yet been applied to the detection of threatened terrestrial species.A team of researchers from Charles Darwin University (CDU), The University of Western Australia, and the...
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    Bristol Office
    Christmas is coming... and Study Options will be open until the end of the day Monday 23 December. Our offices in Bristol and London will then be closed for Christmas and New Year for just over a week, and we'll all be back on Thursday 2 January.During that Christmas and New Year closing period we'll only be able to answer urgent emails and voicemails, so if you've got a question about your application, need to accept a university offer, or anything else to do with studying in...
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    Victoria
    Deakin University has recently announced a new Global Health Leaders Scholarship for postgraduate health students.  The scholarship award available is worth up to 20% of the total indicative tuition fee and is now on offer to eligible students commencing at Deakin in Trimester 1 (March) in 2020 and beyond.To be eligible for a scholarship, students must be enrolling in one of the following courses:Master of Public HealthMaster of Health and Human Services ManagementMaster of Health...
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