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Education Systems in Australia

Qualification: Here is the Australian qualification in order,

  • Australian schools provide 10 years of secondary education following by 2 years of higher secondary education (class 12th).
  • Also instead of studying 2 years of higher secondary education, you can choose to study a vocational certificate (1 to 5) in any colleges.
  • The Diploma will come after this stage and its duration is between 6months to one year.
  • After Diploma you can do an Advanced Diploma which normally is 1 year to 1 and half year in length.
  • You can do the Bachelor’s Degree afterwards (and as per the credit transfer to sit in the 2nd year of the Degree), you also can apply for a Bachelor’s Degree with your class 12th pass certificate. The duration of Degree is between 3 to 5 years (depending on the courses).
  • After that colleges and universities are offering one year Postgraduate certificate.
  • Next is Master Degree which can take 1 to 2 years, you also can apply for a Master Degree with a successful Bachelor’s Degree. There are two types of Master Degree in Australia; the first one is Master by Coursework which is required you to study the course theoretically and attend the classes as usual way. The other one is Master Degree by Research; this course needs more practical units and has more research-based credits in each semester.
  • The Doctorate Degree (PhD) with the duration of 3 to 4 years.

 

Renowned Australia Institutions

Australia has 43 universities which 41 are public universities and 2 private ones. Also, there are more than 1,100 technical and vocational higher education institutions which are having two parts of educational part (TAFE) and vocational part (VET). Some universities are providing the internship with their programs and these courses are normally gets full faster than others, so acting quickly makes the sit secure for you.

The universities of: Australian National University (ANU),University of New South Wales, the University of Melbourne, Monash University, University of Sydney, the University of Western Australia, University of Queensland and the University of Adelaide are the eight universities that make the “Group of Eight” and are between the top 150 universities in QS world university rankings.

Australian Grading System:  Here is the list of universities in Australia abbreviation and their grading system:
%

ACU, ACS, Adelaide, Bond, Canberra, CDU, CQU, CSU,UDivinity,

ANU, Curtin, Deakin, ECU, Monash, Murdoch,

 USQ

La Trobe

 Melbourne

 UniSA

UQ identify specific grades in some courses

Flinders, JCU, MQ, Newcastle, QUT, SCU, UNE,

RMIT, UTAS, Swinburne, UWA,

UNSW,Sydney, Torrens, UOW, USC, UTS, UWS, ACAP

VU,FedUni

100

High Distinction (HD)

High Distinction (HD)

High Distinction (HD)

A

First Class Honours (H1)

High Distinction (HD)

7

99-95

94-90

89-85

84-80

Distinction (D)

A

Distinction (D)

6

79-75

Distinction (D)

B

Second Class Honours Div A (H2A)

74-70

Credit (C)

B

Second Class Honours Div B (H2B)

Credit (C)

5

69-65

Credit (C)

C

Third Class Honours (H3)

64-60

Pass (P)

C

Pass (P)

Pass 1 (P1)

4

59-55

Pass (P)

D

54-50

Pass 2 (P2)

49-40

Fail (N)

Fail (N)

Fail (F, FNP, FNS, FNC or FLW)

Fail (N)

Fail (N)

Fail 1 (F1)

1, 2, 3

< 40

Fail 2 (F2)

*Source: Wikipedia

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