Deakin University Australia

Deakin University Australia

Deakin University was established by the Deakin University Act 1974. It was the first university in regional Victoria. The primary objectives for Deakin University’s establishment were to create a university in the Geelong area and to provide an opportunity for tertiary education at university level to all qualified persons whether within or outside Victoria by means of distance education programs. Deakin University’s first campus was established at Waurn Ponds in 1979.

Since then it has grown to include campuses in Warrnambool, by amalgamation with the Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education in 1990 under the Deakin University ( Warrnambool ) Act 1990, and in Burwood, arising from an amalgamation with Victoria College in 1991 under the Deakin University ( Victoria College ) Act 1991. A second Geelong campus was established at the Geelong Waterfront in 1996.

The teaching and research activities of Deakin University now reach nationally and internationally, but the University retains a particular commitment to rural and regional communities and to providing equitable opportunities for people to enjoy the benefits that flow from participation in higher education. Deakin University aims to be a catalyst for positive change for the individuals and the communities it serves. It aspires to be recognised as Australia’s most progressive university.

University of Deakin Campuses

Each Deakin campus offers a unique atmosphere and study environment. You can also study off – campus, with the flexibility to choose when, where and how you study.

  • Melbourne Burwood Campus
  • Geelong Waterfront Campus
  • Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
  • Warrnambool Campus

Deakin University Courses

  • Architecture and Construction Management
  • Arts
  • Behavioral Sciences
  • Business and Management
  • Communication and Media
  • Education and Teaching
  • Disability Studies
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Environment
  • Exercise Science
  • Food Science
  • Government and Community
  • Health
  • International Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Optometry
  • Performing and Creative Arts
  • Property and Real Estate
  • Psychology
  • Research
  • Science
  • Sport

University of Deakin Study Options

There’s more than one way to study at Deakin. You can study off – campus, with opportunities to study abroad. Take single course units, or enter Deakin through TAFE and other pathways. Our flexible trimester system creates further options.

  • Study Off – Campus
  • Online Study
  • Full – Time or Part – Time
  • Student Exchange and Study Abroad
  • Flexible Trimester System
  • Single Course Unit

Deakin University Scholarships

Deakin University is committed to providing its international students with opportunities to obtain financial support for their study program through a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. Scholarships are for full – time, on – campus international students at Deakin and are awarded on the basis of academic merit.

Please note that applicants must be eligible for their selected program and be citizens of a country other than Australia and New Zealand. Additional eligibility requirements may apply for selected scholarships.

  • Australian scholarships
  • Deakin University International Scholarship Program ( DUISP ) 2012
  • ICE WaRM Scholarships – Master of Water Resources Management
  • Research Scholarships
  • Other Scholarships
  • Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships
  • Deakin University Research Scholarships for Indian Students
  • Deakin University Internationalization Scholarship

External Scholarships

  • Undergraduate / Postgraduate / Research Scholarship
  • Scholarship for Women
  • Scholarships for Indigenous Students

Deakin University Research

Entry to a research degree at Deakin is based on a demonstrated capacity to undertake significant research in the proposed field. This means that you should have completed ( a ) advanced coursework in a relevant field of study; ( b ) initial research training in appropriate methods; and ( c ) a research project resulting in a written report or comparable output.

Research ability may be demonstrated in a variety of ways :

  • An Australian Honours degree ( an undergraduate degree plus an additional year of supervised research ). To apply for a research masters degree, the minimum standard for the Honours year is 60% ( or Honours 2B ), and to apply for a PhD, the minimum standard for the Honours year is 70% ( or Honours 2A ).
  • A research Masters’ degree with at least 2 / 3 of the degree comprising a thesis.
  • A coursework Masters’ degree or graduate diploma which includes a research project or thesis of 10,000 to 20,000 words to 70%+ standard, and research methodology units.
  • Comparable qualifications from international universities including a research project or thesis of 10,000 to 20,000 words to 70%+ standard.
  • Relevant postgraduate research experience.
  • One or more independently peer – reviewed journal articles, publications, or conference papers.
  • Professional reporting or prior learning.
  • Research related awards or prizes.
  • Other evidence of research ability.

You must provide demonstrated evidence of such achievements, which have been independently assessed. You should also include details on the nature of your research ability, such as the length and content of the program or research, with particular attention to the standard of any research component.

If the evidence includes publications or reports with several authors, you should describe the contribution you have made to the paper. An interview may be requested to discuss this and other matters. The University will assess each case on its merits. It is also possible to be admitted on the basis of research demonstrated by prior publications and to use these as the basis for a written thesis.

Deakin University Contact Address

Melbourne Burwood Campus,
221 Burwood Highway,
Burwood, Victoria 3125,
Australia,
Phone No. : 03 9244 6100.

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus,
75 Pigdons Road,
Waurn Ponds,
Victoria 3216,
Australia,
Phone No. : 03 5227 1100.

Geelong Waterfront Campus,
1 Gheringhap Street,
Geelong, Victoria 3220,
Australia,
Phone No. : 03 5227 1100.

Warrnambool Campus,
Princes Highway,
Warrnambool,
Victoria 3280, Australia,
Phone No. : 03 5563 3100.

Future Students

Australian Students :

Phone No. : 1300 DEGREE ( 1300 334 733 ),
Email : enquire@deakin.edu.au.

International Students :

Phone No. : +61 3 9627 4877,
Email : deakin-international@deakin.edu.au.

Current Students

  • Melbourne Burwood Campus – 03 9244 6333.
  • Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus – 03 5227 2333.
  • Geelong Waterfront Campus – 03 5227 2333.
  • Warrnambool Campus – 03 5563 3333.

Customer service operates 8:30 AM to 5 PM on weekdays

Email : enquire@deakin.edu.au.

Website : http://deakin.edu.au.