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University of Wollongong University of Griffith Deakin University University of South Tasmania University of Sydney

UOW is young, dynamic and innovative, and has become a benchmark for Australia’s new generation of universities.

The quality of our teaching and research features prominently in national and international rankings, and we’re proud to be among the top one per cent of universities in the world.

Harnessing our expertise and strength to create positive impact in our local and global communities is at the forefront of everything we do and shapes our University’s purpose for the years to come.

We’re globally recognised for delivering impactful research that drives positive change. UOW ranks equal 70th among the world’s universities for social and economic impact in the THE Impact rankings, which are benchmarked against the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals.


Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Economics and Finance

Bachelor of Business Administration

Bachelor of Computer Science
Master of Electrical Power Engineering
Master of Financial Management
Master of Health Informatics
Master of Professional Psychology
Master of Information Technology

Since 1975, our teaching and research have been focused on addressing the most important social and environmental issues of our time. Today, that mission is as relevant as ever.

Social and environmental responsibility drive everything we do, from pioneering teaching in modern Asian studies and environmental science to our long-time support for First Peoples, social justice and sustainable practices.

Consistently ranking in the top 2 per cent of universities globally, our degrees are designed with industry in mind, the future in our sights, and social impact at heart.

With more than 55,000 students, our community spans five campuses across South East Queensland plus our Digital campus, complemented by a global alumni network of over 200,000 graduates.

Bachelor of Architectural Design
Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours)
Bachelor of Urban Planning (Honours)
Master of Architecture
Master Of Engineering Project Management
Master Of Business Administration
Master Of Finance
Master Of Human Resource Management
Master Of Laws 
Doctor Of Education
Bachelors Of Aviation
Bachelors Of Computer Science (Honours)
Bachelors Of Software Engineering (Honours) 
Master Of Aviation Management
Master Of Civil Engineering

Year after year, advancements in technology, groundbreaking research outcomes and course delivery methods have put Deakin at the forefront of higher education. We’ve gone from strength to strength – from being the first Australian university to specialise in distance education to cementing our position in the top 1% of universities globally.

Use our interactive timeline to explore almost 50 years of events, people and places that have made Deakin University. You'll find highlights such as:

Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Engineering (Industry) (Honours)
Bachelor of Software Engineering (Honours)
Master of Infrastructure Engineering and Management (Professional)
Master of Energy System Management
Master of Engineering (Professional)
Master of Commerce
Master of Finance

Our story began over 130 years ago, in a sandstone building overlooking Hobart. Since those early days, with three lecturers teaching eleven students, our purpose has remained the same. Through academic excellence, we make our home, and the world, a better place.

Here, success takes a certain determination and imagination. With our isolated location and small population, we have always had to work differently. It’s what makes Tasmanians such creative thinkers and problem solvers. And it has seen us generate powerful ideas both for and from our island.

Bachelors in Business
Bachelors in Economics
Bachelors in Information Technology
Bachelors in Design
Bachelors in Creative Arts and Health 
Bachelors in Science
Bachelors in Engineering
Bachelors in Agribusiness
Bachelors in Humanities and Social Sciences 
Bachelors in Creative Arts and Health
Bachelors in Dementia Care

The University of Sydney was founded in 1850 as a public institution of higher education. The University has a vast history covering many aspects of intellectual, scientific and socio-political life in Australia. Below are pathways to explore our history.


Bachelor of Psychology
Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours)
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Agricultural Science
Bachelor of Psychology Honours
Bachelor of Science (Health)
Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Civil Engineering)
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Advanced Computing and Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechanical Engineering)
Master of Laws
Master of Commerce
Master of Information Technology
Master of Biostatistics
Master of Cybersecurity
Master of Environmental Science
Master of Mathematical Sciences
Master of Business Administration
Master of Engineering (Automation and Manufacturing Systems)