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Deakin University

  • 21% international / 79% domestic

How to apply

Applying for your undergraduate degree at Deakin couldn’t be easier. The average application is straightforward and takes around 20 minutes to complete. Follow these steps to make the process as simple as possible.

Browse from the hundreds of exciting undergraduate courses we have on offer. Undergraduate courses at Deakin generally begin in March, but some courses also have intakes in July and November.

Once you find the course you’re after, make sure you understand the entry requirements, application methods and application dates.

Campuses

Burwood (Melbourne)

Industry

Burwood (Melbourne)

Industry

Courses

Bachelor

Stand out from the crowd with advanced skills and knowledge gained in Deakin's Bachelor of Arts – Advanced (Honours). You’ll develop high-level critical and systematic thinking skills in your area of interest and apply them through a supervised and supported independent project. You will also gain an imaginative appreciation of the social sciences, humanities and the arts, and skills relevant to employers at a global level.  Want to spend your days deeply immersed in a topic that you’re truly passionate about?

Bachelor

A rewarding career in a health-related field gives you the chance to reduce health disparity and to help people – whether in Australia or overseas – to lead fuller, healthier and happier lives. As a Bachelor of Health Sciences graduate, you can be confident that you will get a solid grounding in multiple fields of health sciences, and be prepared for a successful career in the fastest growing employment sector in Australia. Do you want to study a flexible course that focuses on improving the health and wellbeing of people in local and global communities?

Bachelor

Focusing on research, the honours year builds on the foundations established in your undergraduate degree. You will study a particular topic of professional interest in greater depth and create pathways to specialisations and further research or study. The Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) is a specialised year of study taken after the completion of a Bachelor of Nursing, entry to practice Master's degree or combined degrees.

Performance Indicators

83.6%
Overall satisfacation
83.3%
Skill scale
64%
Teaching scale
71.8%
Employed full-time
$100k
Average salary

Student Stories


  • Student Stories
I am still involved with the research that continued after my Honours year.

Nicholas Carter

  • Student Stories
I am still involved with the research that continued after my Honours year.

Nicholas Carter

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  • Student Stories
My job title is registered nurse. I studied a Bachelor of Nursing and I graduated in 2017 with a distinction. 

Monica

  • Student Stories
My job title is registered nurse. I studied a Bachelor of Nursing and I graduated in 2017 with a distinction. 

Monica

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  • Student Stories
I am still involved with the research that continued after my Honours year.

Nicholas Carter

  • Student Stories
I am still involved with the research that continued after my Honours year.

Nicholas Carter

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  • Student Stories
My job title is registered nurse. I studied a Bachelor of Nursing and I graduated in 2017 with a distinction. 

Monica

  • Student Stories
My job title is registered nurse. I studied a Bachelor of Nursing and I graduated in 2017 with a distinction. 

Monica

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