Deakin University

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  • Multi award winner

    Deakin has won the pres­ti­gious Aus­tralian Uni­ver­sity of the Year award twice and was also com­mended with six Cita­tions for Out­stand­ing Con­tri­bu­tions to Stu­dent Learn­ing at the 2009 Aus­tralian Learn­ing and Teach­ing Coun­cil Awards.

    Courses val­ued by industry

    Deakin main­tains close links with gov­ern­ment, lead­ing cor­po­ra­tions and pro­fes­sional asso­ci­a­tions, ensur­ing that our courses are rel­e­vant, prac­ti­cal and deliver the skills in demand, allow­ing our grad­u­ates to ‘hit the ground running’.

    Flex­i­ble learning

    Deakin’s courses are flex­i­ble so you can tai­lor your degree to match your career goals. Off-​campus, online or part-​time study options give you plenty of options to choose how to struc­ture your course.

    Young and inno­v­a­tive, with excel­lent facilities

    Estab­lished in the 1970s as one of the new gen­er­a­tion of Aus­tralian uni­ver­si­ties, Deakin com­bines a university’s tra­di­tional focus on excel­lent teach­ing and research with a desire to seek new ways of devel­op­ing and deliv­er­ing courses. Deakin pro­vides access to the lat­est industry-​standard facil­i­ties such as Deakin’s Motion.Lab at the Mel­bourne Cam­pus at Bur­wood and the Gee­long Tech­nol­ogy Precinct at the Gee­long Cam­pus at Waurn Ponds.

    Inter­na­tional focus

    Our stu­dents come from all over the world and can study on every con­ti­nent via study abroad and exchange pro­grams. These pro­grams enable Deakin stu­dents to become global cit­i­zens and develop a richer cul­tural perspective.

    Met­ro­pol­i­tan and regional

    Deakin has cam­puses in Mel­bourne, Gee­long and War­rnam­bool, pro­vid­ing con­ve­nience and acces­si­bil­ity whether you want to study in regional or rural Vic­to­ria or in the city.

    Big uni­ver­sity, small Campuses

    Deakin is one of Australia’s largest uni­ver­si­ties, with more than 39,000 stu­dents, yet the cam­puses have a strong com­mu­nity feel­ing and pro­vide a sup­port­ive study environment.

    Acknowl­edge­ment of tra­di­tional land owners

    Deakin Uni­ver­sity would like to acknowl­edge that the present site of the Mel­bourne Bur­wood Cam­pus is located on the land of the Wurund­jeri peo­ple, the Gee­long Waurn Ponds Cam­pus and Gee­long Water­front Cam­pus are located on the land of the Wathau­rong peo­ple, and the War­rnam­bool Cam­pus is located on the land of the Gun­ditj­mara peo­ple. They are con­nected to these lands, have walked these lands, and con­tinue to care for them and nur­ture them for future generations.


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