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Here you will find the latest and most popular courses currently on offer. If you would like further information or would like to apply for these courses, please contact an ACIC consultant.

What's Hot?

Deakin University - Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

Deakin Universit's School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences has been ranked the world's best by ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments. One of the key programs is the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, which is nationally recognised and all graduates can apply for accreditation with ESSA as an Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES).

As well as traditional roles in the sport, exercise, coaching and fitness industry, students may pursue employment in sports administration, facility management, community health and wellness, rehabilitation or sport science. Other employment opportnities include local and state government agencies, professional sporting bodies, hospital and rehabilitation clinics, fitness and aquatic centres, private health and recreation centres, or large business organisations. The degree is also a common pathway to postgraduate study in areas such as clinical exercise physiology, physiotherapy and research.

For information and how to apply, please contact an ACIC consultant.

University of Queensland - Master of Data Science

There is a significant and ongoing growth in the demand for Data Scientists globally in a large number of industry sectors such as health, energy, finance, manufacturing, as well as in government. The Master of Data Science program at The University of Queensland is the first in Australia to offer an advanced level of computing, statistics, mathematics and business knowledge applied in industry, government, social and scientific contexts and balanced with essential attributes relevant to data science including the ethical use of data, legal considerations for data science, business communication, hands-on experience with relevant big data tools and technologies, and creative and disruptive thinking applied to comlex problems.

The program offers hands-on experience with big data tools and technologies, industry projects and placements. As such, graduates from this program will be well-equipped to tackle complex data science challenges and play a leading role in the future development of data science solutions globally.

Entry to this program requires a 3-year undergraduate degree with a major in computing, IT, mathematics, statistics, engineering or other quantitative disciplines. Students with a degree and relevant industry experience may also apply.

For more information, please contact an ACIC consultant.

What's New?

Monash University -  Bachelor of Media Communication 


The rise of digital technology - such as social media, mobile phones and virtual reality - are changing the way we live. Today's generation consumes data and interacts like never before, leading to a completely new communication environment.


Starting in 2018, the Bachelor of Media Communication (BMC) by Monash University is the first degree of its kind in Australia, offering an unparalleled mix of practice-based learning, theory and portfolio development. Students will gain practical experience through their extensive network of industry partners offering internships and project opportunities.


The 3-year degree has specialisations focusing on Journalism, Media, Screen and Digital Humanities. Benefits of doing the BMC include hte opportunity to study in the new Monash Media Lab at Caulfield, complete an internship with industry leaders and study abroad at partner institution or on intercampus exchange.


The emphasis is on developing the students' practical experience and work-ready skills - the student will build a portfolio of real work throughout their course. This could be projects like a documentary, a short film, or a digital marketing campaign, depending on the student interest area. The result is tangible pieces of work the student can take out and show to prospective employers.


For information and how to apply, please contact an ACIC consultant.


 University of South Australia - Bachelor of Aviation (Flight)


The University of South Australia have made some exciting changes to their Aviation degree. From 2018, the Bachelor of Aviation (Flight) replaces the Bachelor of Aviation (Pilot) for international students. This new degree includes practical flying within the first year, through a course called 'Flight Experience'. With no additional fee, this course will add 15-20 hours to a student's flying log book, leading to their first solo flight. IELTS required is 6.0 overall, with 6.0 in reading and writing.


For information and how to apply, please contact an ACIC consultant.