The Northern Territory offers a real outback adventure. It is home to two of Australia’s world-famous natural wonders – Uluru and Kakadu National Park.
Map of study locations in the Northern Territory.
Charles Darwin University is ranked as the fourth Australian university for undergraduate employment outcomes.
There are many job and career growth opportunities for international students.
Home to some of the most spectacular natural waterholes and waterfalls in the world.
There are a range of Northern Territory education providers that are committed to delivering high quality education and training experiences for international students.
According to The Good Universities Guide 2023, Charles Darwin University (CDU) ranks fourth for undergraduate employment outcomes.
CDU is also internationally recognised for their research which is strongly aligned with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The Northern Territory is home to some of the world’s largest mineral deposits making it a leader in the mining, mining equipment technology and services, renewable energy, and oil and gas industries.
Other key industries in the Northern Territory include:
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is the largest sandstone monolith in the world at 348 metres high. It is deeply spiritual and sacred to the local Anangu people, who have lived there for more than 30,000 years.
Uluru. Image courtesy of Tourism NT and Rhett Hammerton
Kakadu National Park, is Australia’s biggest national park. It will take your breath away with its beautiful waterfalls, rainforests, exotic wildlife and ancient rock art.
Alice Springs is also a favourite tourist spot with stunning desert landscapes, remote communities and a unique pioneering history.
The Northern Territory’s capital, Darwin, is a vibrant city with many exciting cultural, social and food festivals throughout the year.
Darwin is the gateway to Asia so there is a strong Asian influence especially in the restaurant scene and buzzing night markets.
Darwin Waterfront, Darwin, NT. Image courtesy of Tourism Australia.
Charles Darwin University and CDU TAFE
Darwin is one of Australia's most multicultural cities.
Darwin has a warm and welcoming community, and you can easily get involved in social, community and sporting clubs.
In your spare time there is so much to do and explore. From crocodile cruises to hikes and discovering nearby waterfalls and swimming holes.
There are genuine employment opportunities, professional and personal development, networking events with business and community groups.
There are also many employers who welcome international students with job and career growth opportunities, including casual work during studies, internships as part of your course, and with the right visa, post study employment in your field of study.