Australian Maritime College
Australian Maritime College is part of the University of Tasmania which is the National Institute for Maritime Education, Training and Research. Founded in 1890, the University is the fourth oldest university in Australia and boasts a rich and proud history. AMC is one of the seven founding members of the International Association of Maritime Universities. The College is recognised globally as being a centre for excellence. Its multi-million dollar suite of specialist teaching, learning and research facilities is internationally acclaimed and utilised by government bodies and maritime related businesses world-wide. In addition, the professionally experienced teaching and research staff have strong industry links.
AMC is dedicated to ensuring its courses offerings remain relevant to global demands. It’s courses are developed in collaboration with industry and government bodies, placing the highly skilled graduates in high demand across the globe. The College offers a wide range of courses, including vocational certificates at many levels, bachelor degrees and diplomas as well as postgraduate certificates and degrees, including doctorates. Students are provided with flexible course options, with opportunities for full time, part time and online distance study. It’s class sizes are small, meaning students and teaching staff work closely together.
The College is located in Australia's picturesque island state of Tasmania, on the banks of the Tamar River in Launceston. A vibrant regional city known for its stunning architecture, Launceston features beautiful natural settings and hosts many cultural activities and sporting events.
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