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At one of Australia’s international campuses, partner campuses or pathway program campuses worldwide.
From micro-credentials and short courses to university subjects and full qualifications.
Complete part of your overseas degree in Australia
There are some real advantages to studying online:
Transnational education (TNE) programs are offered by Australian providers who have campuses in countries outside of Australia.
Australian TNE can include a full qualification or studies to prepare you for entry (pathway) into an Australian qualification. With TNE, you can complete a full Australian qualification closer to home. Some TNE programs allow you to complete part of your studies on-campus in Australia.
There are clear benefits to TNE:
These types of TNE include studies offered by two education providers, usually in different countries (for example, your home country and Australia).
These programs allow you to graduate with a qualification from both education providers. This is called a multiple degree or ‘joint degree’ program. You will usually study for a specific time with each provider. Studies completed with one provider will be recognised by the other.
These programs provide opportunities to experience different cultures, languages, academic systems and teaching methods. They also offer a broader perspective on your studies and prepare you for work in other countries and cultures.
Summer school programs allow you to study during your summer break with a university.
Study tours are usually taken by a student groups visiting Australian education providers or industries. These tours are available at all levels of study.
Virtual study tours are also available, so you can access high-quality courses and experiences and work on group projects with students in Australia from wherever you are.
Great reasons to take a summer school course or a study tour include:
You can find more information about summer school and study tours by contacting Australian education providers or your local education provider directly.