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We have gained an enviable reputation in Western Australia as a school offering excellent accounting programs at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. We are committed to adding value to the development of students, to research, to the profession and wider community.
Accounting graduates apply multiple skills and expertise to form the pivotal management of many organisations. Qualified accountants are in high demand and a degree majoring in accounting from Curtin Business School - among the most established and prestigious courses in Australia and South East Asia - will prepare you for a dynamic financial career.
Graduates from the School of Accounting pursue careers as Chief Financial Officers, Project Accountants, Finance Directors, Company Secretaries, Taxation Consultants and Financial Advisors.
The School's applied approach ensures that our research activity is relevant to contemporary business practices.
Our aim is to achieve excellence and equity in all aspects of higher education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
The School of Indigenous Studies has extensive experience in offering high quality preparatory courses for Aboriginal and Islander people.
The School assists Indigenous students to gain entry to all undergraduate degrees at UWA through the Provisional Entry Scheme or successful completion of the Aboriginal Orientation Course.
Up until 2011, two other preparatory courses offered over the summer vacation prepared students for entry to Law (Aboriginal Pre-Law Program) and Medicine, Dentistry and Podiatry (Aboriginal Pre-Medicine/Pre-Dentistry Program).
However with the New Courses 2012, these two intensive enabling courses will not be available for 2012 but may be offered in 2013.
In the 21st century, The University of Western Australia is recognised internationally as an excellent, research-intensive university and a leading intellectual and creative resource to the community it serves.
A broad and balanced coverage of disciplines in the Arts, Sciences and the professions at internationally-recognised standards is offered, and the University is characterised by a strong research and postgraduate emphasis across the full range of these disciplines, as well as research excellence in selected areas of strength, opportunity and importance.
The University fosters an international focus for all its activities and standards as an integral part of its overriding commitment to excellence and high quality. It will be valued, above all, for its enduring commitment to improving society through learning and discovery.
The Institute of Advanced Studies contributes in all of these priority areas for the University, and reaches out to the broadest definition of community: a community of scholars, of students, and of an interested general community of inquiring and curious people.
The Faculty of Social Sciences at Flinders University is at the forefront of teaching, research, scholarship and professional activity in the social sciences.
UniSA is nationally acknowledged for its collaboration with industry and regularly wins awards for teaching and research. A modern, technologically-mediated university, UniSA is committed to student-centered learning, flexible programs and to producing industry-ready graduates. Students can enrol online; student support services are available online 24 hours a day; all programs incorporate industry experience and the development of key graduate qualities sought after by employers; and UniSA is the first Australian university to provide an international online careers service.
Kangan Institute is a flexible, innovative and friendly place of learning, with a dynamic multicultural atmosphere. Every year we help build the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of more than 26,000 people who work in and around businesses across Victoria, in Australia and overseas. We offer high quality courses designed with industry, for industry, which means you gain relevant and sought after skills in the area of your choice. Kangan Institute is Victoria's major training provider for the automotive, aerospace, polymer and transport industries and is the state's largest provider of traineeship and apprenticeship training.
We have eight campuses across Melbourne, including the new Automotive Centre of Excellence at Docklands, which is to become the largest automotive training facility in the Southern Hemisphere.
We offer nationally accredited courses from basic certificates to diplomas and graduate diplomas. Our partnerships with universities mean you can progress from our courses into degree and post-graduate studies.
So let Kangan Institute help you realise your full potential!
The Melbourne School of Land and Environment (MSLE) is Australia’s most diverse university faculty, with expertise addressing these challenges through teaching and research undertaken by our three academic departments Agriculture and Food Systems, Forest and Ecosystem Science, and Resource Management and Geography.
Our interdisciplinary approach applies scientific, social, political and economic perspectives to address the needs of both human communities and the natural environment.
We are a dynamic hub for research, with strong government and industry research support, funding and participation. Our academic staff undertake research in collaboration with partners across the University of Melbourne, Australia-wide and internationally through numerous Cooperative Research Centres and institutes.
It is this close association with industry and government that ensures our courses provide training and skills valued by both graduates and employers. Our courses contain practical work experience that develop students' skills and provide an insight into career options.
As a MSLE undergraduate, graduate coursework or research student you can realize your dreams of contributing to a sustainable future.
Open Universities Australia is a national leader in online higher education for a reason: our passion for learning.
For over seventeen years Open Universities Australia has opened the doors for students undertaking online higher education or professional development. We are proud and committed to helping students succeed on their study journeys. OUA recognises students' need for flexible learning schedules that fit into their lives, and our goal is to provide an education that fits your lifestyle.
RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles is a leading provider of education and training for the Textiles Clothing and Footwear industry, both in Australia and internationally.
Programs include fibre production, textile technology, textile and fashion design, garment production, merchandising, dry cleaning, marketing and retailing.
Types of programs offered include vocational programs for apprentices and trainees, along with a wide range of TAFE Certificate and Diploma programs. Undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs are available, including at PhD level. Short courses and industry training are also provided.
The School of Fashion and Textiles maintains strong national and international industry links. These networks provide our students with opportunities to enhance their educational experience and to expand their employment prospects.
The School aims to be recognised as the leading Australian business school in the accounting discipline. This mission is evidenced by the provision of high quality academic programs which, not only are responsive to the needs of the accounting profession, but also provide leadership in innovative thinking pertinent in creating strategic directions for the profession in the public interests.
In achieving its overall aim, the School actively develops an effective student-centred learning environment through strategies in flexible delivery, quality teaching, and continuous student support. The School also focuses on innovative teaching areas and establishes its international reputation by continuously recognising global perspectives and addressing contemporary issues in the accounting profession. These foci are evidenced in the development of programs in corporate governance, compliance and assurance, and areas in international accounting. The School offers high standard educational programs in Melbourne, Vietnam, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Development of staff expertise and reputation involves the promotion of relevant research activities, fostering closer relationships with the profession, industry and commerce, and encouraging regular communications and interactions with other universities and institutions on a global basis.
We teach in a range of areas, including: financial accounting, management accounting, auditing and assurance services, and accounting information systems disciplines.
All of our subjects and programs are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to practise as professional accountants, to satisfy the subject requirements of professional accounting accreditation, or to pursue advanced studies in the discipline.
Our programs continually evolve to keep pace with developments in industry. An increasing number of staff have backgrounds both in accounting and business information systems and help students understand the fully integrated nature of accounting and information technology in today's workplace.
At the undergraduate level, the Department teaches into the Bachelor of Commerce. Students within the Faculty of Business and Economics may elect to complete the Bachelor of Commerce at the ordinary level (3 years) or at the Honours level (4 years).
At the postgraduate level, finance programs are offered through the Graduate School of Business and Economics.
At RMIT School of Art you will be connected to the local, urban and global world through a quality education in fine art, visual arts, arts management, and public art. The School of Art has a long acclaimed position as the first preference Art School in Melbourne City and the State of Victoria.
Students come from near and far to join the community of artists and scholars, practitioners and researchers, curators and writers that make up RMIT School of Art. This is a school that looks to the future while valuing its traditions, with art being taught at RMIT since 1887. This school is a place for creativity and innovation based in principles of sound skills and technologies, experimentation of idea and media, applied art practice in urban and community settings, and attention to the value of art and creativity for sustainable futures.
The mixture of disciplines offered within the School of Communication and Creative Arts (SCCA) offers unique opportunities to prepare for the emerging professions of the 21st century.
Combining academic subjects from literature to creative and performing arts, communication, film and digital media, journalism and public relations, the courses within this School offer opportunities for intellectual and artistic exploration together with the professional skills and aptitudes necessary for the flexible workplace of the future
Teaching and research within SCCA are informed by innovative practices, creative thinking and state-of-the-art technologies and methods, and enhanced by the combined academic and professional experience of the School's staff.
The School of Communication and Creative Arts is composed of three discipline clusters which house, coordinate and develop the interdisciplinary patterns of contemporary thinking across communication and creative arts. The three clusters are:
At the forefront of computer science education since the early 1960s, RMIT pioneered some of Australia’s first computing courses and built a reputation for research excellence in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT).
Collaborating with blue chip industry partners and maintaining a strong research presence, the School of Computer Science and Information Technology is one of the country’s largest and most industry-focused ICT program providers.
RMIT is ranked in the top group of eight Australian universities for Computer Science and Information Systems in the latest QS World University Rankings, which equates to a rating in the top 150 universities worldwide. In the field of Information Retrieval research, RMIT is rated 1st in Asia and Oceania (and ranked 12th globally) over the past 5 years, according to Microsoft Academic Search.
The Victoria Graduate School of Business (VGSB) is dedicated to encouraging your educational and career aspirations. We offer the flexibility and convenience you need to make postgraduate study work for you.
We combine academic excellence and practical learning through our close ties with industry. Specialising in business education, research and consultancy, we are focused on getting you to your career goals.
We also have an extensive international network, with partners in China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Germany, India and the USA.
History and Philosophy of Science studies science just as science studies the world. From global warming to gene technologies, from cyber-relationships, to religion and politics, science and technology mediate change and help us understand the world and our place in it. History and Philosophy of Science brings together teaching and research in the history of science and medicine, the philosophy of science, the social studies of science and technology, Social Theory and Computer Applications.
History and Philosophy of Science seeks to bridge the two cultures of the sciences and the humanities. And with science and technology's central place in modern life, we need to think about scientific knowledge and its applications in a systematic, critical way. While most of us are not professionally trained to manipulate scientific knowledge independently, we can acquire a form of scientific and technological literacy that enables us to understand 'where the science is coming from' and what it means for us and our needs.
The University of Melbourne began teaching History and Philosophy of Science in 1946, one of the first places in the world to do so. It is one of the most eclectic programs in the university, embracing interests in 'almost everything'.
The strategic direction for our School is underpinned by three guiding scholarship principles: scholarship-of-change; curated and vertically integrated design scholarship; and tri-polar scholarship.
We aim to address compelling, contemporary issues such as climate change, globalization and rapid urbanization in ways that facilitate cultural change through design. Our scholars, (students, lecturers and researchers), are risk-takers in the sense that they endeavor to bring about change both in design practice and by practicing design. These changes are pursued through refinement, criticism and experimentation and within an ethical framework of social justice and human rights. The Scholarship-of-change principle provides criteria for the appointment of staff and Adjunct Professors and in the appointment of practitioners to sessional teaching positions.
To be the pre-eminent veterinary school in the Asia-Pacific region and the regional school of choice for veterinary science students, academics, professionals and other staff.
We are a research-intensive veterinary school dedicated to the advancement of animal, human and environmental well-being through the education and development of world-class veterinary scientists. We will lead the way in the Asia-Pacific region in:
The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning (ABP) is a single-department Faculty, led by our Dean, Professor Tom Kvan. ABP is the custodian Faculty of the Bachelor of Environments which provides opportunities for students to specialise in their chosen subject within the multi-disciplinary framework that takes into consideration other complimentary Bachelor of Environments subjects. Melbourne School of Design is the graduate school of ABP, where students gain academic and practical experience in their chosen field at masters level.
The Faculty has 82 academic staff and over 200 sessional tutors, many of whom are leading practitioners in the built environment and design fields. Almost half of our teaching and research staff are international coming from 20 countries including Asia, Africa, Europe and North America.
Academic expertise within the Faculty is located essentially in six disciplines: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Property, Construction and Urban Planning. Our academics conduct research and teach across undergraduate, graduate and research programs. They are actively engaged in collaborations and partnerships, both locally and globally, to produce research that responds to major social, economic and environmental challenges, as well as fundamental research related to the built and natural environments in Australia and Asia.
Our mission is: To prepare law graduates for admission to practice and to assist legal practitioners achieve their career goals through postgraduate specialised degree programs and continuing professional development seminars and workshops.
With over 35,000 graduates since opening in 1973, our alumni are spread across all facets of the legal profession in Australia and New Zealand. The College’s teaching staff help set us apart from similar institutions through our focus on practical law and the needs of the practising legal professional.