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Overview

Overview

Deakin College is an institution that provides direct pathway courses into Deakin University, allowing students to effectively adapt to the Australian education system before they move onto a degree at the University. The College is placed at three different locations in the state of Victoria, Australia, and even has a campus in Jakarta, Indonesia.

3,000 students study at Deakin College, hoping to proceed on to a degree at the internationally-recognised Deakin University, which has been given 5-stars for its world-class facilities, research, teaching, employability, innovation and inclusiveness by the QS World University Rankings.

The University was also number one in Victoria for student satisfaction for seven years in a row (2010-16) and holds nearly 10,000 international students from 121 different countries. 90% of the research undertaken at the University is rated at or above world standard by the ERA ratings.

Students at the College’s Australian campuses have access to all the facilities on offer at Deakin University. This includes computer labs that are open 24 hours a day, libraries at each campus, a student Medical Centre, and a variety of sport and special interest clubs that are run by the Deakin University Student Association.

Deakin College has a vast array of support services on offer for its students. These include academic workshops to help students with their classwork, disability support, counselling, and Orientation Mentors, who assist students with anything they may need in their first week at Deakin College.

There are lots of options for student accommodation at Deakin College, both on and off campus. Living on campus is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the Deakin experience. Plus, students who live on campus are better connected and more likely to achieve higher grades than their peers.

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Overview

Overview

Deakin College (DC) is located in Victoria, Australia and offers a range of study programs providing a direct pathway to enrolment at Deakin University. Graduation ensures guaranteed entry to over 70 undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs. The college has seen over 22,000 students progress to their chosen degree course.

DC is located in Victoria, Australia's most south-eastern state. The state is famous for the Great Ocean Road, a highway that connects Victoria's incredible mountains, beaches and charming towns. The college itself has three locations in Australia, each situated within a Deakin University campus. The Melbourne Burwood Campus, and two campuses in the city of Geelong, about 75 kilometres south west of Melbourne and accessible by train or car in one hour.

These two coastal cities offer a modern and dynamic living experience, with plazas restaurants and bars, as well as beaches and busy arts districts. Melbourne is known for its cultural diversity and is often referred to as the coffee capital of the world. The city is regularly ranked as the world's most liveable city.

Incoming students at DC join a community of over 3,000 students from Australia and around the world. It has a large international student community that makes up around 60 per cent of all enrolled students. DC is the preferred pathway provider to Deakin University, and a DC diploma is equivalent to the first year of an undergraduate degree, meaning students can move directly to the second year of their degree course. Fast track options are available, and start dates are flexible. A DC diploma is also accepted by other Australian Universities.

DC students benefit from shared use of all the Deakin University facilities, including study rooms, sports facilities and can even join university clubs and societies. DC pathway programs ensure a smooth and successful transition to further university education for international students.

DC also has an international campus in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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What’s New

What’s New

Deakin research enables virtual walk with the dinosaurs

Dr. Ben Horan, director of Deakin University’s CADET Virtual Reality (VR) lab and Dr. Kaja Antlej, industrial design researcher in digital cultural heritage are working to develop a new educational experience through VR, augmented reality and 3D printing.

Coordinating with palaeontologists and professors Patricia Vickers-Rich and Tom Rich, they have developed an exhibit that allows people to enter the world of Leaellynasaura, a dinosaur that lived in Victoria over 100 million years ago. The exhibit will enable visitors at the National Wool museum in Geelong to experience the dinosaur’s original habitat and feel the dinosaur. The species lived in the Otway ranges 106 million years ago.

The 360-degree VR filming helps scientists and palaeontologists understand the space around the dinosaur better than before. More latest news at Deakin

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Why Deakin?

Why Deakin?

Being a direct pathway to Deakin University, Deakin College provides students with the skills, knowledge and experience that is required to transition successfully to Deakin University. Apart from being the university's preferred pathway provider, Deakin College also offers the following advantages that make it an attractive choice.

Flexible start dates

Deakin College allows three intakes per year, which means students can choose to enter a course when it is convenient for them, allowing for flexibility in their plans and schedules.

Location

With all of Deakin College's Australian campuses being located within Deakin University campuses, students have full access to services and facilities of the university. These campuses are conveniently located and easily accessible by public transport.

Learning environment

At Deakin College itself, there are a wide range of support services that students can avail to ensure a smooth transition to Deakin University.

Fast-track options

Deakin College allows students to complete a diploma course in just eight months, thus making it possible to enter university much earlier than those opting for a conventional pathway program.

Small class

Deakin College ensures that students receive intensive, personalised academic contact and support, with a maximum of 30 students per class, complemented by small group tutorials and workshops.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Deakin College is particular about offering a good student experience and attaches importance to teaching quality among other factors that determine student satisfaction.

Small class sizes are a major benefit of studying at Deakin College. Lectures contain an average of 30 students and are complemented by small group tutorials and workshops, so students will receive a high level of academic contact and support.

In keeping with its supportive approach, Deakin College provides more teaching hours per academic unit than university. Instead of the traditional three hours of teaching, Deakin College conducts its classes in four-hour block sessions, which will allow students to fully develop their knowledge and understanding of each unit.

On transferring to Deakin University, students will benefit from world-class teaching and facilities. Deakin University has been rated 5 stars for teaching quality and maintained the highest level of overall student satisfaction among Victorian universities for the last eight years (Australian Graduate Survey, 2010–2015 and Graduate Outcomes Survey 2016–2017, Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching).

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Campuses

Campuses

Deakin College's three Australian campuses are all located within the Deakin University campuses in the State of Victoria. The three locations are:

Melbourne Burwood

This continually evolving site is Deakin College's largest campus, with around 26,000 students and 1,500 staff, and more than matches students' needs both in and outside of the classroom. The campus is about 16 kilometres from the city centre and is home to architecturally designed buildings and state-of-the-art teaching facilities. Students at the Burwood campus learn in a relaxed atmosphere, savouring the delights of studying amongst leafy green parklands, while being close to all the wonderful benefits of a thriving metropolis.

Waterfront

This modern campus is based in the centre of downtown Geelong, in a uniquely beautiful location. The stunning views on offer at Corio Bay, and the proximity to the Geelong CBD as well as the world-famous Victorian Surf Coast, are only some of the delights of this campus. Apart from spectacular shore views, the campus offers purpose-built classrooms, a state-of-the-art library, computer labs, shared learning and study spaces, and creative areas to meet, with heritage architecture all around.

Waurn Ponds

The Deakin Waurn Ponds campus is located on the western edge of Geelong and offers students the best of both worlds, a stunning modern campus set in expansive grounds, and proximity to some of Australia's most beautiful beaches and of course, the world-famous Great Ocean Road. The campus contains the Geelong Technology Precinct which facilitates research and development for both university industry partnerships and new enterprises in the region. The campus also has the engineering training centre and Deakin Medical School.

Deakin College also has a campus in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Study Options

Study Options

Deakin College offers a variety of pathway courses that help students qualify for programmes at Deakin University.

The following study options are available to students:

  • Foundation studies: Prepares students for a Deakin College diploma or the first year of selected Deakin University bachelor’s degrees. Two tracks are available, one consists of 8 units and the other, 12. Students must pass all 8 or 12 units to qualify for the next level.
  • Diploma of Commerce: Opens up options to students in the fields of Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, International Business, Marketing and Management at Deakin University.
  • Diploma of Management: Offers a pathway to the second year of the Bachelor of Business programme at Deakin University.
  • Diploma of Health Sciences: Consists of first year units in Health and Allied Health Sciences. Students can specialise in a preferred area of study in the second year of a related bachelor’s programme at Deakin University.
  • Information Technology: Provides the foundation for further study in Computer Science, Games Design and Development, Information Technology (IT) Security and IT.
  • Diploma of Engineering: Offers first year degree units that enable students to enter second year at Deakin University and specialise in Civil, Electrical and Electronics, Mechanical and Mechatronics.
  • Diploma of Media and Communications: Provides a pathway to the second year of relevant bachelor’s degrees at Deakin University. Options include Advertising, Journalism, Digital Media, Public Relations, Animation & Motion Capture, Film and Television, Photography and Visual Communication Design.
  • Diploma of Science: Leads to bachelor’s degree options in Deakin University in the fields of Biological Science, Biomedical Science, Environmental Science, Forensic Science, Zoology and Animal Science.
  • Postgraduate Business: Offers a pathway to Deakin University’s postgraduate programmes in Business. Students will also meet the University’s English language requirements upon completion.

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Study options

Study options

The following are the categories of courses on offer at Deakin College:

Foundation program

This is equivalent to upper secondary school (Year 12) and university foundation programs. It strives to prepare students for further study through a Deakin College diploma, or alternatively, for entry into the first year of an appropriate Deakin University bachelor's degree. The program is aimed at those who have completed the equivalent of Australian high school Year 11.

The course comprises a standard or extended track program. The standard track program consists of eight academic units: four core units and four elective units. The extended track program has an additional four core units, one of which is chosen from two alternative core units.

Diploma

Diploma courses, accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), are designed for students who have completed high school Year 12 or a selected post-secondary certificate or diploma. Diploma courses are offered in the areas of business commerce communication construction management design engineering film, television, and animation health sciences information technology science. All diploma courses serve as pathways to a wide range of majors and more specialised degrees at Deakin University.

Masters qualifying program

The master's degree qualifying program (business and law) offers a pathway to select Deakin University postgraduate programs offered in business and law. The emphasis is on building the skills necessary to succeed at postgraduate level. The program is taught jointly by Deakin College and Deakin University's English Language Institute (DUELI).

This is a non-award program aimed at international students whose academic qualifications or English proficiency levels do not match the entry requirements for coursework masters programs at Deakin University.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Deakin College has both generic and country specific requirements. Students with qualifications that are not listed can forward their application and academic results to Deakin College for assessment.

Foundation programmes

Entry to the foundation programme requires the successful completion of Year 11 or equivalent.

Diploma courses

Entry to diploma courses requires the successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent. The diploma of Engineering requires a pre-requisite subject of mathematics (Year 12 or equivalent).

Postgraduate Programme in Business

The masters pathway requires the completion of a 3-year post-secondary study qualification (equivalent to post year 12).

English Admission Requirements

International students must be able to demonstrate English language proficiency before being admitted to the course. English requirements vary from course to course.

If the applicants do not meet the English language requirements, they could still qualify for a mixed programme or enrol in an intensive English language course at the Deakin University English Language Institute (DUELI).

Learn more about entry requirements…

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Students applying for a place to study at Deakin College must meet the required academic and English language entry requirements.

Foundation program

Entry to the foundation program at Deakin College requires the successful completion of the equivalent of Australian Year 11. To find out more about specific academic entry requirements or for clarification on qualifications that are not listed, students can forward their application and academic results to Deakin College for assessment.

Diploma

Entry to diploma courses requires the successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent. The Diploma of Engineering program requires students to have completed a pre-requisite subject of mathematics at an equivalent of an Australian Year 12.

Masters qualifying program

To be considered for application to the master's degree qualifying program, students need to have completed at least three years of post-secondary study, equivalent to post-year 12.

English language entry requirements

As the language of instruction at Deakin College is English, international students are required to demonstrate English language proficiency before being admitted to a course. Entry requires an IELTS score, which varies depending on the course. There are also other tests scores which are considered as valid for admission and students are encouraged to contact the college for more information.

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Facilities

Facilities

Students at Deakin College have access to a variety of facilities from study areas to places for relaxation.

  • Computer labs: Students have access to computer labs, some of which are accessible 24 hours a day, required for their study.

  • Library: All Deakin University campuses have a library that provides resources and services to support study.

  • Eating places: A variety of food choices and venues are available to students on campus.

  • Bookstores: Deakin College students can purchase text books, course materials, stationery and gifts at the bookshop.

  • Sport and recreation: The Deakin University Student Association (DUSA) manages a range of special interest and recreation clubs on campus. These include sport clubs that involve students in athletics, coaching, football, golf, basketball, badminton, soccer, pool and tae kwon do.

  • Medical Centre: The Deakin Medical Centre is a friendly medical service for students. The doctors and nurses are skilled health care professionals who provide cost effective and confidential health care.

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Student support

Student support

At Deakin College, students can look forward to a wide range of support services that they can easily access to make their time on campus more rewarding.

Academic support

At Deakin, student learning advisors and student mentors are on hand to provide academic support to improve the study skills of students and help them achieve success in their chosen courses. Each course also has an academic coordinator, to help with course related advice.

Counselling

Deakin College is committed to providing support and advice to help students reach their full potential. Apart from accessing the general student welfare support offered at the campuses in Burwood and Geelong, students can also make appointments to discuss study or personal difficulties, accommodation problems, family matters, homesickness, and anything else that is an issue.

Disability support

The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) on campus promotes inclusion and access and provides assistance for those impacted by disability or mental health condition with regard to their study and participation in university life. DRC staff are available to work with students to identify any services and recommendations that will help them in meeting their study needs.

Medical support

Deakin College students have access to the medical centres on all three campuses, all of which provide private and confidential medical services and are staffed by highly trained and experienced doctors and nurses.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Deakin College offers two scholarships for students who study at a Navitas managed campus.

These are:

  • Navitas family bursaries: The scholarship is applicable to 8 units of study with one programme and only with a Navitas member institution. Students who have two or more family members studying at a Navitas institution can apply. The second or consecutive family members are eligible to apply. The student should not have previously applied for a Navitas scholarship or bursary.

  • Navitas academic merit scholarship: The scholarship is awarded each semester to two students with the most outstanding results across all programmes at a Navitas pathway college or managed campus. However, all students can apply. Among other conditions, applicants must be studying full-time and maintain good academic progress through their second semester of study.

Additional factors such as educational disadvantage, member of specific equity group and/or significantly adverse personal circumstances might be considered when two or more candidates are found to be eligible.

Find out more

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Accommodation

Accommodation

Students at Deakin College have a range of accommodation options open to them, both within and outside the campus. The college recommends that students arrange their accommodation as soon as they know the campus they will be studying in. Options will depend on campus location, budget and the student's preferred type of accommodation.

On-campus Accommodation

Students who choose to make Deakin their home can look forward to enjoying open and inviting spaces for socialising and studying, spacious new buildings and full Wi-Fi coverage. Living on campus allows students to immerse themselves in the Deakin experience, meet other students, and easily adjust to life at university. Each Deakin residence, on each of the three campuses - Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waterfront and Geelong Waurn Ponds - is comfortable, secure, and welcoming. Students will have access to modern facilities and a 24/7 reception.

Off-campus accommodation

International House - Melbourne Burwood campus only

International House is located a short five minute walk from the Melbourne Burwood Campus of Deakin College. International House is ideal for those Deakin College students who prefer a secure townhouse and apartment style living. Demand for this type of accommodation tends to be quite high.

Homestay

Homestay provides students with the opportunity to live with a local family, couple or single people. This option is found to be popular with students arriving in Melbourne for the first time. It is also a great way for students to improve their English and experience Australian life and culture first-hand.

Other types of living arrangements include rental/sharing of apartments, and hostels with single or shared fully furnished rooms. Students may contact the Deakin University Student Life Housing Service for more details and assistance.

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Deakin College is a direct pathway to Deakin University, providing students with the experience that supports successful transition to further studies at the University. Since 1996, it has been known as MIBT and in that time many students have successfully progressed to degree programs at Deakin University.

The college offers foundation Program which leads into Deakin College Diplomas or selected 1st year degree programs at Deakin University. It also offers diploma programs in Commerce, Computing, Engineering, Health Sciences, Management, Media and Communication, and Science which lead into second year Bachelor degrees at Deakin University. Students have access to a range of support services and campus facilities to ensure a smooth academic and emotional transition to university level study.

Deakin College has four campus locations. In Australia, it is located on three Deakin University campuses in the state of Victoria. The College also has an offshore campus in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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