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).
Central Queensland University
CQU tell us they 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 Darwin University
CDU is the NT's largest tertiary institution, with campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy, and training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara.
The University aspires to be internationally recognised as a centre for excellence in Indigenous and cross-cultural knowledge, tropical knowledge and desert knowledge.
CDU provides unique pathways for students, from school-based vocational training through to advanced research degrees.
Universities - SA, NT and TAS
Torrens University Australia
University of Adelaide
Swinburne is a large and culturally diverse organisation. Swinburne has campuses across Melbourne and a campus in Malaysia. Campuses are close to public transport.
The mission of Torrens University Australia is to be a distinctive higher education institution that enables its students, graduates and staff to make positive social, economic and cultural contributions to the societies in which they live and work by creating an environment for learning, scholarship and research that is culturally diverse, career-oriented and with a distinctive global perspective.
Studying at the University of Adelaide means being part of a rich tradition of excellence in education and research, with world-class academic staff and a vibrant student life.
An innovative and forward-looking University, Adelaide has major strengths in wine and food, health sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences, information technology and telecommunications, environmental sciences and social sciences.
Australian Maritime College
The Australian Maritime College is an institute of the University of Tasmania.
AMC has three national centres, each focusing on a different aspect of the maritime and marine industries. These are:
The National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics
The National Centre for Ports, and
The National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability
SATAC SA and NT Tertiary Admissions Centre
SATAC processes applications for many of the courses offered by TAFE SA and 3 universities in SA and Charles Darwin University in NT.
SATAC assesses the academic and non-academic qualifications presented by applicants, and ranks eligible applicants in merit order for each course according to the rules and guidelines provided by the institutions. SATAC generates offers based on the number of applicants required to fill each course, as set by the institutions, and act as a 'one-stop-shop' for enquiries about the outcomes of applications.
SATAC also administers the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) for applicants applying for undergraduate courses under a special entry program, and processes applications for selected equity scholarships at the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia.
The selection rules for courses are the responsibility of the institution offering each course. SATAC doesn't make decisions on how qualifications are assessed or how eligible applicants are ranked, nor decide on the relative merits of different types of qualifications.
University of Tasmania - UTAS take admissions directly - you don't need to go through an admissions centre.
University of South Australia
Founded in 1991, the University of South Australia is part of the influential Australian Technology Network (ATN), an alliance of five prominent universities from each mainland state. The ATN's aim is to help enhance Australia's social and economic wealth by creating, disseminating and applying new knowledge. We engage with industry and the professions in our teaching and research endeavours, so our graduates can gain professional experience and are immediately able to put this knowledge into practice.
Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon was founded in 1900 by Andrew Carnegie under the premise that a school established to foster and develop the technical skills of its students would soon produce students and graduates whose work would astound Pittsburgh and the world.
Today, the university has seven colleges and schools: the College of Engineering, the College of Fine Arts, the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Mellon College of Science, the Tepper School of Business (formerly the Graduate School of Industrial Administration), the School of Computer Science and the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management.
University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is an international university working out of Tasmania. The University was founded by an Act of the Tasmanian Parliament on 1 January 1890, and as the fourth oldest university in Australia we are an original 'sandstone' university.
At UTAS, we continue to make far-reaching educational, cultural and economic contributions to Tasmania and the world. While we maintain a strong and distinctive Tasmanian identity, our programs and research are international in scope, vision and standards. Our family includes around 50,000 graduates who are now scattered across the globe