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.
Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university with Australia’s third largest international student population. Our vision, mission and values guide everything we do as a university. Curtin is WA’s most preferred university and is globally recognised for its strong connections with industry, high-impact research and wide range of innovative courses.
Murdoch University in Perth, Australia has more than 22,000 students and 2,000 staff from across 90 different countries. In Western Australia, their South Street campus has a range of facilities including a comprehensive vet hospital (with WA’s only equine operating theatres), engineering pilot plant, a chiropractic clinic, Media Arts centre and more.
TISC - Tertiary Institutions Service Centre
The Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC) is an incorporated body established in 1975 by Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia, which provides the following services:
Processing of applications for admission to undergraduate courses at the above Universities
Conducting the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT).
Administering the Western Australian Universities Foundation Program (WAUFP).
Publishing periodic School Circulars
Edith Cowen University
Edith Cowen University has three campuses in Western Australia, each offering a modern, vibrant location for study and learning. The University offers field trips, work placements with employers, networking events, international study tours and opportunities to study overseas at other universities.
The University of Notre Dame Australia
The University of Notre Dame Australia is a national Catholic university with more than 11,000 students across its campuses in Fremantle, Broome and Sydney.
The University of Western Australia
Established in 1911 as the State's first university, The University of Western Australia was also the first free university in the British Empire, actively promoting equal access to tertiary education for all social classes. The suburb of Crawley, just 10 minutes from the Perth central business district, is home to the main campus of The University of Western Australia. The University has smaller campuses at Claremont and Albany.