Students

Riding the Trans Mongolian railway

Recently, I completed one of the world’s most famous railway journeys.  Eight-thousand kilometres, seven days-worth of time spent on trains, six changes...

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Falling for Flores

Flores, you had me at home-grown, home-roasted coffee. As I write this, we are on our last day in Flores. We have all been swept off our feet by this stunning...

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Once a wise man, twice a fool

Mt Fuji is Japan’s highest and most famous peak, standing at an altitude of 3,776 metres. There is a Japanese saying that if you climb Mt Fuji once, you are a...

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Undergraduate

Study programs that lead to a bachelor’s qualification.
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Honours

An extension to a bachelor’s that improves your job prospects and prepares you for further research.
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Graduate coursework

After your bachelor’s, you can go on to study a masters, graduate diploma or graduate certificate degree.
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Graduate research

Graduate research-focused programs across some 17 academic disciplines.
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Exchange & study abroad

Opportunities to study in the Asia Pacific region as part of your degree.
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