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UNIVERSITIES IN AUSTRALIA
Australian Capital Territory
•        Australian National University ANU, Canberra
•        University of Canberra, Canberra

New South Wales
•        Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, Wagga Wagga, Albury,

Dubbo, Manly,  Orange, Canberra
•        Macquarie University, Sydney
•        University of New England, Armidale
•        University of New South Wales, Sydney, Canberra, Singapore
•        University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Callaghan, Ourimbah,
Port    Macquarie, Singapore
•        Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour, Lismore, Tweed      
Heads
•        University of Sydney, Sydney, Orange
•        University of Technology, Sydney
•        University of Western Sydney
•        University of Wollongong, Wollongong

Victoria
•        University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Parkville
•        Monash University, Melbourne (Clayton, Caulfield, Berwick,      
Peninsula,   Parkville), Churchill (Gippsland) , Malaysia, South Africa
•        RMIT University , Melbourne, Vietnam
•        Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne(Hawthorn,
Croydon,
Prahran, Lilydale, Wantirna, and Healesville), Malaysia(Kuching)
•        La Trobe University, Melbourne, Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo,
Beechworth, Shepparton, Mildura, Mt Buller
•        Deakin University, Geelong, Melbourne, Warrnambool
•        University of Ballarat, Ballarat
•        Victoria University, Melbourne

Queensland

•        Bond University, Gold Coast
•        Central Queensland University, Bundaberg, Gladstone, Mackay,
Rockhampton and Brisbane.
•        Griffith University, Brisbane and Gold Coast
•        James Cook University, Townsville and Cairns
•        University of Queensland, Brisbane, Ipswich, Gatton
•        Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane
•        University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Springfeild,
Fraser Coast   
•        University of the Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast

Western Australia

•        Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Sydney, Malaysia(Miri).
•        Edith Cowan University, Perth and Bunbury
•        Murdoch University, Perth and Mandurah
•        University of Western Australia, Perth and Albany.
•        University of Notre Dame Australia, Perth, Broome and Sydney.

South Australia

•        University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Waite and Roseworthy
•        Flinders University, Adelaide
•        University of South Australia, Adelaide and Whyalla
•        Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz School Australia, Adelaide

Tasmania

•        University of Tasmania, Hobart and Launceston

Northern Territory

•        Charles Darwin University, Darwin and Alice Springs(formerly
Northern  
Territory University)

Other self-accrediting higher education institutions

These institutions are for nearly all practical purposes, universities.
However, they are deemed not to be because their academic focus
is too narrow.
•        Australian Maritime College, Launceston
•        Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, Northern
Territory: Alice Springs, Batchelor, Darwin, Tennant Creek,
Nhulunbuy, Katherine,
Yarrabah and Western Australia: Kununurra
•        Financial Services Institute of Australia, formed from the union
of the Securities Institute of Australia with the Australian Institute of
Banking and Finance: National
•        Melbourne College of Divinity, Melbourne (associated with the
University of Melbourne)
State and territory accredited higher education institutions
Each qualification these institutions offer must first be approved by
the  relevant state or territory authority. For the purposes of
maintainability, the list below only aims to include institutions that
create their own degree, masters or doctorate courses - not those
that deliver courses created by others, or create only lesser courses.
Links to full lists of Higher Education course originators can be found
at the bottom of this section.
Institutions that only deliver higher education courses created by
another institution can be found via the parent institution listed.

Government

Specialist
•        Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne (associated with the
University of Melbourne)
•        National Art School, Sydney
•        National Institute of Dramatic Art, Sydney
•        Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Sydney

General
•        Box Hill Institute, Melbourne
•        Canberra Institute of Technology, Canberra
•        Gordon Institute of TAFE, Geelong
•        Monash College, Melbourne (associated with Monash
University)
•        Northern Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne
•        TAFE South Australia

Christian

National
•        Australian College of Theology and affiliates, Sydney Brisbane,
Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth
•        ICI College completely through correspondence via Tasmania
•        Institute for the Nations - Australia, Youth With A Mission affiliate
registered in ACT
•        Tabor College, Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney

New South Wales

•        Presbyterian Theological Centre, Sydney
•        Lois Reid College of Counselling Studies, Tamworth
•        Avondale College, Cooranbong (New South Wales)
•        Campion College Australia, Sydney
•        College of Christian Higher Education, Sydney
•        Sydney College of Divinity, Sydney
•        Wesley Institute for Ministry and the Arts, Sydney
•        Moore Theological College
•        Sydney Missionary and Bible College

South Australia

•        Adelaide College of Divinity (associated with Flinders
University)
•        Adelaide College of Ministries
•        Australian Lutheran College, Adelaide
•        Bible College of South Australia, Adelaide
Tasmania
•        Worldview Centre for Inter-Cultural Studies, Hobart

Queensland

•        Brisbane College of Theology
•        Christian Heritage College, Brisbane
•        Malyon College, Brisbane
•        Nazerene Theological College, Brisbane

Victoria
•        Catholic Theological College, Melbourne
•        Harvest Bible College, Melbourne
•        John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, Melbourne
•        Kingsley College, Melbourne

Western Australia

•        Harvest West Bible College, Perth
•        Perth Bible College

Other private

Specialist
•        Adelaide Central School of Art
•        Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney and Brisbane
•        Australian College of Natural Medicine, Brisbane, Perth and
Melbourne
•        Australian College of Physical Education, Sydney
•        Australian Guild of Music Education, Melbourne
•        Australian Institute of Public Safety, Melbourne
•        Australian Institute of Music, Sydney
•        Australian International Hotel School, Canberra
•        Billy Blue School of Graphic Arts, Sydney
•        Earth Institute, Sydney
•        International College of Hotel Management, Adelaide
•        Invisage, Brisbane
•        Jansen Newman Institute, Sydney
•        Jschool: Journalism Education & Training
•        Kaylene Kranz and Associates, Adelaide
•        Kollel Beth Hatalmud Yehuda Fishman Institute, Melbourne
•        Le Cordon Bleu Australia, Adelaide
•        Marcus Oldham College, Geelong
•        National Institute of Health Sciences, Canberra
•        Nature Care College, Sydney
•        Oceania Polytechnic Institute of Education, Melbourne
•        QANTM, Brisbane
•        Raffles College of Design and Commerce, Sydney
•        SAE Institute, Sydney, Byron Bay, Melbourne, Brisbane,
Adelaide, Perth
•        Southern School of Natural Therapies, Melbourne
•        Sydney Graphics College
•        William Blue International Hotel Management School, Sydney

General

•        Alexander Institute of Technology, Perth
•        Gibaran Business School (incorporating Australian Institute of
Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Institute Australia, and
Tourism Institute Australia), Adelaide
•        Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Melbourne
•        ILM Australia, None. Although registered in Australia, it only
delivers courses outside the country.
•        Institute of Business and Technology, Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane & Adelaide
•        Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, via an affiliate in Melbourne
Capital


Largest city
Canberra
35°18′S, 149°08′E

Sydney
Official languages
English (de facto )
Demonym
Australian
Government



Monarch   -  
Governor  -    
Prime Minister
Parliamentary
democracy    
(federal constitutional monarchy)
Queen Elizabeth II
Michael Jeffery
John Howard
Independence

Constitution           
Statute of
Westminster    
Australia Act          
from the United Kingdom  
1 January 1901  

11 December1931   
(adopted 9 September 1939)
3 March 1986
Area
Total
Water (%)
7,741,220 km² (6th)
2,988,888 sq mi  
1
Population
2007 estimate

2006 census

Density

21,134,563 [1] (53rd)

19,855,288  

2.6/km² (224th) 6.7/sq mi
GDP (PPP)
Total


Per capita
2006 estimate
$1.727 trillion (8th1)

$12,096 (59th)
GDP (nominal)
Total

Per capita
2007 estimate
US$822.1 billion (AU $1.1
trillion) (15th)
US$39,320 (DFAT) (17th)
HDI (2004)
0.957 (high) (3rd)
Gini? (2002)
39.9 (medium)
Currency
Australian dollar (AUD)
Time zone

Summer (DST)
various N3 (UTC+8 to
+10.5)
(UTC+9 to +11.5)
+10.5)
Internet TLD
.au
Calling code         
+61
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