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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY relevant, innovative, responsive. Unique University, unique opportunities. CRICOS Provider code: 00113B (VIC), 02414F (NSW). Why choose Deakin?. Some of the reasons why a Deakin degree is the right choice for you include:. Multi award-winning institution

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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY relevant, innovative, responsive

Unique University, unique opportunities

CRICOS Provider code: 00113B (VIC), 02414F (NSW)

why choose deakin
Why choose Deakin?
  • Some of the reasons why a Deakin degree is the right choice for you include:
  • Multi award-winning institution
  • Degrees structured with industry means you are job-ready and in demand
  • Strong research profile
  • Largest provider of professional and business education in Australia, as well as a leader in distance education
  • Outstanding campus locations
  • English Language Institute
  • Pathway to Deakin through MIBT and TAFE
  • Outstanding student support, services and facilities

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Why choose Deakin?
  • …but the thing most of our students tell us is that Deakin is a friendly place, where you can learn, make new friends and discover parts of yourself you never knew existed.

www.deakin.edu.au/international

deakin s courses designed for employment
Deakin’s courses – designed for employment
  • > Deakin offers

> undergraduate courses

> postgraduate courses by coursework

> postgraduate courses by research

> English language courses

> Close links with industry and professional groups ensure courses equip you with the skills in demand

> Accreditation with professional associations provides a practical relevance to your studies

> Many courses include internships or practical placements for hands-on practice

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courses at deakin
Courses at Deakin

More than 400 courses offered through the faculties of Arts, Business and Law, Education, Health and Behavioural Sciences and Science and Technology

  • Architecture
  • Arts
  • Biotechnology
  • Business
  • Communication
  • Education
  • Information Systems
  • Engineering
  • Health Sciences
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Marine Biology
  • MBA
  • Media Arts
  • Nursing
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Performing Arts
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Sciences
  • Sport Sciences
  • Sport Management
  • TESOL
  • Visual Arts

www.deakin.edu.au/international

noroff advanced standing
Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Arts A300

Major area of study: Film and Video (Burwood)

Years of study at Deakin: 1 year full-time

Noroff course: Film & Television Production + 1 other diploma

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July

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Noroff advanced standing
  • Subjects to study at Deakin University (commencing February):
  • Semester 1 (February) ACM213 Media Production: Form and Structure ACM214 Narrative and Screen Direction ACM236 Screen Practitioners ACM237 Deakin TV
  • Semester 2 (July)ACM317 Research in Production: DocumentaryACM318 Research in Production: Digital Film MakingACM321 Media Arts InternshipALC314 Advertising: Designing Desires (online)

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Contemporary Arts A358

Major area of study: Animation and Digital Culture (Burwood)

Years of study at Deakin: 1 years full-time

Noroff course: Multimedia Designer 1 and 2

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) ACM327 Advanced AnimationACC301 Professional Arts Practise 2 other Level 3 units

Semester 2 (July)ACM308 Interactive ImagesACT102 Criticism, Narrative and Contexts2 credit point Level 3 unit

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Contemporary Arts A358

Major area of study: Animation and Digital Culture (Burwood)

Years of study at Deakin: 1 year full-time

Noroff course: Multimedia Designer 1 and Digital Animation

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) ACM327 Advanced AnimationACC301 Professional Arts Practise 2 other Level 3 units

Semester 2 (July)ACM308 Interactive ImagesACT102 Criticism, Narrative and Contexts2 credit point Level 3 unit

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Contemporary Arts A358

Major area of study: Animation and Digital Culture (Burwood)

Years of study at Deakin: 1year full-time

Noroff course: Digital Animation 1 and 2

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) ACM327 Advanced AnimationACC301 Professional Arts Practise 2 other Level 3 units

Semester 2 (July)ACM308 Interactive ImagesACT102 Criticism, Narrative and Contexts2 credit point Level 3 unit

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Interactive Media A365

Years of study at Deakin: 1 year full-time

Noroff course: Multimedia Designer 1 and 2

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July from 2007 only

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) SIT362 Advances in Interactive MediaACN309 Narrative and Representation in Interactive MediaACN305 Studio 3AElective unit

Semester 2 (July)ACN312 The Interactive Media EntrepreneurACN310 Choreographing Digital Space and Performance Interaction2 Elective units

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Interactive Media A365

Years of study at Deakin: 1 year full-time

Noroff course: Digital Animation 1 and 2

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July from 2007 only

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) SIT362 Advances in Interactive MediaACN309 Narrative and Representation in Interactive MediaACN305 Studio 3AElective unit

Semester 2 (July)ACN312 The Interactive Media EntrepreneurACN310 Choreographing Digital Space and Performance Interaction2 Elective units

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Deakin degree: Bachelor of Interactive Media A365

Years of study at Deakin: 1 year full-time

Noroff course: Multimedia Designer 1 and Digital Animation 1

Semesters of advanced standing: 4 (2 years full-time)

Start dates February and July from 2007 only

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Noroff advanced standing

Subjects to study at Deakin University:

Semester 1 (February) SIT362 Advances in Interactive MediaACN309 Narrative and Representation in Interactive MediaACN305 Studio 3AElective unit

Semester 2 (July)ACN312 The Interactive Media EntrepreneurACN310 Choreographing Digital Space and Performance Interaction2 Elective units

www.deakin.edu.au/international

masters programs
Masters programs
  • > Generally 1.5 years
  • > Double Masters degrees available over 2 years
  • > Professional Masters – 2 years with 6 months professional practise
  • > Major areas
    • Business
    • Communication
    • International Relations
    • Health Science
    • Engineering
    • Information Technology
  • > Requires completion of a bachelor degree of 3 or 4 years depending on the area studied and IELTS Score of 6.5 with no individual band less than 6.0

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our campuses each offers a unique experience
Our campuses – each offers a unique experience
  • > The Melbourne campuses offer a multicultural big-city atmosphere and attractions
  • > The campuses in Geelong and Warrnambool let you experience more of the ‘real Australia’. They can also earn you an additional 5 points towards any future Permanent Residency application*
  • > Geelong and Warrnambool campuses are ideally placed to offer courses which draw upon the strengths of the environment
  • *This information may change without notice.
  • Go to: www.immi.gov.au/migration/regional
  • for the latest information

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about melbourne
About Melbourne
  • > Multicultural population of 3.5 million people
  • > Exciting, safe,and well-known for its music and cultural festivals, restaurants, excellent shopping and world-class sporting events
  • > Judged ‘the world’s most livable city’, because of its clean and safe environment, cost of living and quality of housing, public transport and education

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melbourne campuses
Melbourne campuses
  • Melbourne campus at Burwood
  • > Thriving metropolitan campus in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs
  • > More than 12 000 on-campus students

> Modern architecture and facilities, including the Icon Art Gallery, excellent teaching, learning, recreational and sporting facilities

> Campus located in suburban Melbourne, 14 kilometres/8 miles from Melbourne city centre

> 40 minutes by tram to city centre

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services and facilities for students
Services and facilities for students
  • Outstanding services for students, including:
  • > International Student Advisers
  • > accommodation and orientation services
  • > academic assistance
  • > social activities, student clubs and associations

> health care, personal counselling, career advice

  • Campus facilities include:

> up-to-date computing resources (24-hour access)

> laboratories, studios and workshops for hands-on practice

  • > extensive libraries
  • > recreational and sporting facilities including cafes, gyms, sporting fields

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melbourne accommodation
Melbourne accommodation
  • On campus
  • > Single room, mostly unit/apartment style accommodation shared with 10-12 students.
  • > Bedrooms are furnished, heated, carpeted and have phone and computer access.
  • > Shared bathrooms, dining rooms, laundry and recreational areas.
  • > As students are responsible for preparing their own meals each unit contains a fully equipped kitchen.
  • > www.deakin.edu.au/residences
  • Off campus pre arranged housing
  • > Available within a five minute walk of the Melbourne campus at Burwood.
  • > www.ih.au.com

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tuition fees
Tuition fees
  • > Indicative annual fees: A$15,000
  • > Actual tuition fees may differ from the indicative course fee as actual fees are calculated based on the unit/s in which you are enrolled
  • > Different units have different costs, based on how much the unit costs the University to provide
  • > So, you pay fees for the units you choose in your course, rather than paying a fixed course price

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other fees and charges
Other fees and charges
  • On-campus students
  • As well as tuition fees, on-campus students pay:
  • > OSHC: approximately A$329/year*
  • > General Service Fee (GSF): approx. A$130.50/sem*
  • > application fee: A$55
  • Off-campus students
  • As well as tuition fees, off-campus students pay:
  • > General Service Fee (GSF): approx. A$170.90/sem*
  • > application fee: A$55
  • Students applying online do not pay the application fee
  • *2005 rate

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how to apply
How to apply
  • > Online at www.deakin.edu.au/international
  • Post or fax supporting documents to Deakin International
  • Further Information contact Linda Vaughan

Email: linda.vaughan@deakin.edu.au

www.deakin.edu.au/international

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Studying at Deakin gives students an amazing opportunity to study, work and play in a location that offers distinctive educational programs and the Australian environment on the doorstep.
  • www.deakin.edu.au/international