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   17th July 2017
   
 

Sydney International Student Expo - Register Now

ACIC will be hosting the annual Sydney International Student Expo on Saturday 26th August. This year, more than 36 Australian education institutions will...

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   18th July 2017
   
 

ACIC Taiwan Welcomes Australian School Visits

After a busy May-June during which a series of schools visited ACIC Taiwan including the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia, more...

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   15th July 2017
   
 

Charles Darwin University - Ranked Top 40

Times Higher Education (THE) Asia-Pacific University Rankings, which are produced for the first time this year, place Charles Darwin University in equal 38th...

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Bachelor of Biomedical Science - University of Queensland 

 

The Bachelor of Biomedical Science is offered for the first time  at the University of Queensland in 2017. This three-year program replaces the four-year BBiomedSc (Hons) and can be a pathway to medicine or allied health programs.

 

The degree will cover all the foundations in modern healthcare that focuses on the human body at the molecular, cellular and whole-body levels. It will also covers extensive biomedical disciplines including physiology, anatomy, genetics, biochemistry, neuroscience and microbiology. As part of the course, students will engage and develop practical laboratory and research skills.

 

To gain more course information, please contact an ACIC consultant.

 

Bachelor of Business - TAFE NSW

 

Unlike traditional university degrees, the Bachelor of Business from TAFE NSW is a highly practical course with a focus on the real world. The degree is about applied skills and learning in small classes, led by teachers with both academic and industry experience.

 

Through strong industry links, expert guest speakers and business insight events, the commercial world of business is invited into the classroom to enhance student's ?real-world? training and learning experience.

 

Students will undertake applied learning in a range of key business functions, including management, finance, people management, technology information systems, international business and strategic marketing.

 

To gain more course information, please contact an ACIC consultant.