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Career FAQs welcomes Southern Cross and Deakin University

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Career FAQs is pleased to welcome two new tertiary education partners: Southern Cross University and Deakin University, adding their unique selection of online university courses to our current range of over 650 distance education courses.

Southern Cross University (SCU) is a leading Australian university whose courses cover a broad range of disciplines. The university’s emphasis is on providing quality education of regional, national and international significance, and many SCU courses are available through distance learning for maximum accessibility and flexibility. SCU courses are developed in consultation with industry and often involve a practical workplace component to produce job-ready graduates with relevant skills.

SCU offers popular undergraduate and postgraduate degrees through online study, such as the Bachelor of Social Science, Bachelor of Business, Master of Professional Accounting, Master of Education, Master of Business Administration and Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies).

SCU also enjoys particular strength in its tourism, event and hospitality management courses. It operates The Hotel School Sydney in partnership with Mulpha Australia, so you’ll receive practical, industry-relevant education of the highest standard. Check out SCU’s Bachelor of Business in Convention and Event Management, Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management and Bachelor of Business in Tourism Management.

Deakin University is one of Australia’s ‘new generation’ universities – one which combines traditional teaching and research with an innovative approach to course development and delivery. Recognising the increasing need and demand for alternative and especially online course delivery methods, Deakin has developed a strong niche in distance education, with more than 25 per cent of its students now studying off campus.

That means that you can study one of Deakin’s degrees online, according to your own schedule and from any location. You can choose from undergraduate offerings like the Bachelor of Business (Sport Management), Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Public Health and Health Promotion/Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Property and Real Estate, all of which can be studied online.

Deakin also offers a number of specialist online postgraduate programs, such as the Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Master of Human Nutrition, Master of Laws, Master of Commercial Law, Master of International Finance and Master of Construction Management.

With these new partnerships, the Career FAQs website adds even more breadth and depth to its range of online course offerings – to help you find the course that’s just right for you.

See our full range of distance education courses from leading Australian providers.


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