Australian Catholic University
Australian Catholic University is a public not-for-profit university funded by the Australian Government. It is open to students of all beliefs. ACU has seven campuses across Australia, including Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney (North Sydney and Strathfield).
Campion College is the first Liberal Arts College in Australia. Like its counterparts in Europe and North America, its guiding light is to educate its students to be the leaders of their societies, both Catholic and non Catholic.
Central Queensland University
We are Australia’s largest regional university with over 35,000 students, 20+ locations, 300+ TAFE and University qualifications, flexible study options, practical learning experiences and pathway options.
CQUniversity and CQ TAFE have now merged and have commenced operating as Queensland's first dual sector University.
Charles Sturt University
CSU offers several different ways to help you achieve your educational goals. CSU's courses offer diversity and flexibility. You can study something as focused as dentistry, accountancy, veterinary science, primary school teaching or medical radiation science.
Macquarie's 126 hectare park-like campus is an ideal setting in which to discover and learn. Our location within the high-technology corridor of Sydney's north-west enables us to establish close relationships with some of the world's most successful companies, many of whom are located in the University's research park, and allows a collaborative approach to research and teaching to ensure Macquarie graduates are highly sought-after and command high starting salaries.
Melbourne Institute of Technology
MIT have campuses in the Central Business Districts (CBD) of Melbourne and Sydney.
The MIT Sydney campus is located in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD) next to the Darling Harbour, one of the city’s
largest shopping, food and entertainment precincts.
UAC - Universities Admissions Centre
Explore your options, apply for courses and receive offers for tertiary study in NSW & the ACT
The Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) processes applications for admission to most undergraduate courses at participating institutions (mainly located in NSW and the ACT).
process applications for admission to many postgraduate courses
calculate and provide the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) to NSW HSC students
process applications for Educational Access Schemes (EAS)
process applications for some Equity Scholarships (ES)
process applications for some Schools Recommendation Schemes (SRS).
Universities - NSW
Southern Cross University
Southern Cross University is a vibrant, contemporary Australian university with beautiful campuses at the Gold Coast, Lismore and Coffs Harbour, and branch campuses in Sydney and Melbourne.
The University also operates The Hotel School Sydney and The Hotel School Melbourne in partnership with Mulpha Australia
University of New England
University of NSW
University of Newcastle
The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside a capital city. With a history extending back to the 1920s, UNE has a well-earned reputation as one of Australia's great teaching, training and research universities. UNE remains one of the few universities to provide the complete on-campus experience: combining affordability, student support and social life.
UNSW offers an extensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs. Our 50,000-plus students come from 128 countries, making us one of Australia’s most cosmopolitan universities.
The main UNSW campus is located on a 38 hectare site at Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. Other major campuses are Art & Design in Paddington and UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy.
Built on the principles of equity, excellence and engagement, the University of Newcastle has a reputation as a world-class institution making an impact within its own region, throughout Australia and across the globe.
Our research is world-class and diverse. Our degree programs are internationally recognised and our partnerships and collaborations drive innovation.
University of Notre Dame Australia
The University of Notre Dame Australia is a distinctive national Catholic university with more than 11,000 students across its campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney. Notre Dame’s unique admissions process considers the whole person and goes beyond a single score taking one’s personal qualities and community service into consideration.
University of Sydney
We are unique among Australia's leading universities in the breadth of disciplines we offer, providing wide opportunities for personal development and cross-disciplinary study that delivers unique insights and breakthroughs. Close to the heart of Australia's largest and most international city, our central campus has been transformed by the recent completion of state-of-the-art teaching, research and student support facilities.
University of Technology Sydney
UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions. UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare graduates for the workplaces of today and the future. Our City campus is in the heart of Sydney's creative precinct and alongside Sydney's central business district.
University of Wollongong
University of Wollongong is a research-intensive university with an outstanding reputation for its learning environments across a broad range of disciplines. Our commitment to our students is evident in our graduates, who are recognised for their capability, quality and success in the global workplace.
Western Sydney University
Western Sydney University is now ranked in the top 400 in the 2016 Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities illustrating the University's growing reputation for producing research of international importance. The ranking system measured factors of academic and research performance, including significant academic achievements awarded to researchers, highly cited researchers, the quality and quantity of research publications, and the per capita academic performance of an institution.