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1 102 Merigold Apt,Opp Oshiwara Police station,Andheri (west) Mumbai (P)

2 ABOUT US BML Consultancy Services is a global visa and immigration & Investment consultancy firm offering a range of professional and personalised solutions to individuals interested to live, work, study, invest and even do business in some of the most developed countries like Australia, US, Canada, UK, New Zealand and UAE among others. BML Group enables such individuals to successfully represent their case with the respective visa office by helping them avoid common mistakes, refusals & delays in the migration process. In addition, BML Consultancy Services also provides such individuals with critical employment assistance and post landing services

3 The Australian Principal of BML, Mr. Sam Nguyen, is a qualified Barrister of Migration & Criminal Law (MARN: ). Using his extensive experience, global presence and profound knowledge in the migration domain, Mr. Nguyen has developed this complete business model to be one of its own kind, offering a one-stop package of services to make migration completely hassle-free and simple The BML team comprises of experienced immigration experts from all over the world, who possess comprehensive knowledge on immigration legislation and up-to-date information on expected changes. Their knowledge and expertise empowers them to deliver timely and positive results and solutions to all migration clients In short, with over 25 years of experience and an established network, BML Group has now made the complex and lengthy process of immigration simple !

4 AUSTRALIA

5 Study In Australia Australia is a dynamic, vibrant country with energetic, friendly people. Multicultural Australia is English-speaking and a safe and friendly society in which students can learn and travel freely. Living expenses and tuition costs in Australia are considerably less expensive than the UK and USA. The Australian approach to vocational and technical education is recognised as among the best and most innovative in the world. Most courses and training undertaken by international students in Australia are covered by Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) and recognised by employers and leading educational institutions in many countries around the world.

6 Australia offers scholarship grants of over AUD $2 Billion which is significantly higher compared to the US or the UK. Australia offers research opportunities to eligible professionals willing to enhance their career. Australia attracts the third largest number of international students in the English- speaking world after the US and the UK. Australia now has around 38,4000 international students from over 140 countries in disciplines at every level of education, including short-term English language courses, Bachelor and Masters Degrees right through to Doctoral Degrees. 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia.

7 NEW ZEALAND

8 Study In New ZeaLand New Zealand schools, universities and institutes are known worldwide for their high standards and their qualifications are internationally recognised and welcomed by employers. Teaching standards are high and with small class sizes you will enjoy high levels of personal attention. New Zealand is a "world leader for education", according to the UN Development Programme's 2011 Human Development Report - ahead of Norway, Ireland and the US. In New Zealand, students avoid the conveyor belt mentality. As a relatively small country, every student is treated as an individual in NZ. All institutions hosting international students have staff dedicated to ensuring their time in New Zealand is successful.

9 Given New Zealand's long, skinny geography, wherever you choose to study you'll never be more than a couple of hours away from golden beaches, rolling green farmland, or snow covered mountains. Partners of international postgraduate students can apply for an open work visa for the duration of their course of study. Your Kiwi study experience will give you all sorts of opportunities to make very special social and business connections that will last a lifetime.

10 CANADA

11 Study In CANADA Canada offers a wide choice of over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring virtually every program imaginable. A degree or diploma from Canadian educational institutions is instantly recognized around the world as being of the highest standard. Among the four major countries that attract the largest numbers of international students - Canada has the lowest tuition fees and cost of living. Canada is a bilingual country and is considered a world leader in language training.

12 Canada is a world leader in software development, telecommunications, aerospace, engineering, urban transport, biotechnology, mining technology and environmental industries. As a student, you have a wealth of research and scholars to draw upon a variety of disciplines. Certain international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada. The spouse or common-law partner of a full-time student at an authorised institution having a Study Permit is allowed to apply for a Work Permit.

13 UNIVERSITIES IN AUSTRALIA

14 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND (UNE) Armidale, Australia

15 University of New England (UNE), one of Australia’s oldest universities with a 70 year reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research. UNE also boasts an outstanding on-campus experience, with its unique residential college system. Here, you will enjoy the perfect balance between high educational standards and an outstanding lifestyle. The University is in the city of Armidale, in the heart of the picturesque New England Tableland region of the State of New South Wales. The New England region is famous for its magnificent gorges, waterfalls and rivers, history and vibrant culture, and for the contrasting beauty of four distinct seasons. Armidale is a regional Australian community that is proud of its multicultural society. In the 2011 Good Universities Guide, UNE was awarded a five star rating for “graduate satisfaction”. UNE has achieved this rating for 11 out of the past 12 years.

16 Research at UNE UNE also received five stars for “teaching quality”, “generic skills” and “access by equity groups”. UNE is internationally recognised as one of the great teaching and research universities. Its scholars and scientists have established international reputations through their contributions in areas such as rural science, agricultural economics, educational administration, environmental management, nursing and health. There are currently more than 700 PhD candidates studying with UNE, an important sign of the university’s research vigour, and desirability in the doctoral student market as an outstanding research institution. PhD students at UNE benefit from working with world-class researchers in their field and from the quality of supervision and support they receive throughout their study.

17 Accommodation On Campus The University of New England offers seven residential colleges and a village residential system on campus. Most colleges have a flexi-choice system for meals and regular cleaning and linen services. There are always college staff members available to assist students, and each college also assigns senior students to look after and support students during their time at college. College tuition fees range from AUD per week.

18 Colleges Austin College Drummond and Smith College Duval College Earle Page College Mary White College Robb College St. Alberts College

19 Wright Village (Independent Living village) Wright Village offers on-campus accommodation, in the form of four, six or eight bedroom units in which students each have their own bedroom, but share communal living space, kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities with flatmates. Accommodation is self catered, which means students buy their own groceries and cook their own food.

20 Off Campus Rental Accommodation There are houses and units for rent in Armidale, though students need to be aware that during the four - six weeks before semester commencement there is a much higher demand for housing and they need take into account the extra time it may take to find suitable accommodation. When deciding to rent a house or unit, students need to take into consideration whether they will live on their own or with other people, and the cost of setting up a house, which will include a bond (equal to four weeks rent), furniture, electricity connection, phone connection and other setup costs.

21 Campus life UNE is proud that students from more than 80 nations study on campus, creating a multicultural atmosphere. The campus is well equipped with first rate sporting facilities, shops, restaurants, medical facilities, childcare, a post office and banking facilities. In addition to excellent study facilities, UNE provides an environment that facilitates the creation of lifelong friendships. Also, living costs in Armidale are comparatively lower than in metropolitan cities, and students can immerse themselves in the ‘real’ Australian academic experience.

22 Facilities The Deli Café The Booloominbah Collection A retail shop, newsagent and post-office rolled into one Sleek Hair Studio Campus Bookshop Medical Centre Childcare The Armidale campus also has ATMs, a local bank branch and a variety of student welfare services. Sport UNE offers students a great range of on-campus sporting facilities, including rock-climbing, soccer, yoga, archery, hockey and basketball.

23 English Language Centre The English Language Centre (ELC) at UNE provides a range of English language courses to students as well as a direct pathway to tertiary study at UNE through its English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program. The ELC is an integrated part of the University of New England and is a fully accredited, modern language centre. Students can begin at any English competency level, as the centre offers classes for students ranging from those who are just beginning to learn English to students who are preparing for admission to the highest levels of university study.

24 Courses offered at the ELC: English for Academic Purposes (EAP) : This course is for people intending to progress to tertiary education at an English speaking institution. General English (GE) : This course is for people who want to learn or improve their English for general communication or the work environment or those who intend to travel in Australia and want to learn about the culture as well as the language.

25 Introductory Academic Program (IAP) : This course is for students who have achieved entry into UNE or another Australian university, and wish to learn higher level research writing, presentation, and analytical reading skills, while improving their listening and speaking on the way. This program is offered twice a year, just before enrolment, so it is the perfect program to refresh academic English skills, and introduce students to university culture. Fees Tuition Fees (per week) AUD335 Enrolment Fee (non-refundable) AUD250

26 Courses Offered at UNE CourseDuration1 st year Fee IntakeProgram Bachelor of Agribusiness 3 years$14,983Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Agricultural & Resource Economics 4 years$14,983Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Agriculture 4 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Animal Science 4 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Arts3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Arts/ Teaching 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Biomedical Science 3 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate

27 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Bachelor of Business3 years$16,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Teaching 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) 3 years$16,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Computer Science 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Criminology 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Economics3 years$14,983Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Education (Graduate Entry) 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Bachelor of Education (Primary) 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate

28 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Bachelor of EngineeringTechnology 3 years$19,977FebUndergraduate Bachelor of Environmental Science 3 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science 3 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (Clinical Exercise Physiology) 4 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Financial Services 3 years$16,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of GeoScience3 years$19,977FebUndergraduate Bachelor of Information Technology/ Bachelor of Teaching 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate

29 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Bachelor of International Studies 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Laws4 years$17,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) 3 years$17,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Mathematics/Bachelor of Teaching 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Media and Communications 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Music3 years$18,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Music /Bachelor of Teaching 4 years$18,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Nursing3 years$17,500FebUndergraduate Bachelor of Nursing (Conversion) 2.25 years$17,500NovUndergraduate

30 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Bachelor of Psychological Science 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Psychology with Honours 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Rural Science 4 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Science3 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Science /Bachelor of Training 4 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Social Science 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Social Work 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Sports Studies 3 years$19,977Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Sustainability 3 years$16,172Feb, JuneUndergraduate

31 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Bachelor of Theatre and Performance 3 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning 4 years$16,981Feb, JuneUndergraduate Bachelor of Zoology3 years$21,000Feb, JuneUndergraduate Doctor of Health Services Management 3 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Doctor of Judicial Science 3 years$17,203Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 3 to 4 years Feb, JunePostgraduate Research PhD in : Agriculture3 Years$20,532 Allied Health3 Years$18,000 Behavioural Science and Social Studies 3 Years$18,000

32 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Clinical Psychology3 years$18,000 Computing, Built Environment 3 years$18,000 Education, Maths, Statistics 3 years$18,000 Humanities3 years$18,000 Law, Accounting, Admin, Economics, Commerce 3 years$18,000 Nursing3 years$18,000 Psychology, Foreign Languages, Performing Arts 3 years$18,000 Rural Medicine3 Years$24,195 Science3 Years$20,532

33 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Graduate Certificate in Agriculture 0.5 year$10,267Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Certificate in Arts 0.5 year$8,491Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Certificate in Education Studies 0.5 year$8,491Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Certificate in Environmental Science 0.5 year$10,267Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Certificate in InformationTechnology 0.5 year$8,491Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in InformationTechnology 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Information Technology 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Certificate in Science 0.5 year$10,267Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework

34 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Graduate Diploma in Science 1 year$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Scientific Studies 2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Agricultural Economics 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Economics 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Education 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Financial Management 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Humanities 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies 1 year$16,384Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework

35 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Graduate Diploma in Psychology 1.5 years$17,000Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Rural Science 1 year$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Sustainability 1 year$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning 1.5 years$17,504Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Juris Doctor3 years$17,500Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Arts with Honours 2 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Commerce1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Computer Science 1.5 years$17,500Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework

36 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Master of Economic Studies 1 year$18,000Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Arts with Honours 2 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Economic Studies 1 year$18,000Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Economics1.5 years$18,000Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework/+ Research Master of Education (TESOL) 1 year$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Education with Honours 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research

37 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Master of Environmental Science 1.5 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework/+ Research Master of Environmental Science and Management 1 year$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Health Management with Honours 2 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Information Systems 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Laws (Research) 1.5 years$17,203Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Music with Honours 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Psychology (Clinical) 2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework

38 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Master of Resource Science 2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Rural Science 2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Science2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Science in Agriculture 2 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework + Research Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) 2 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Music with Honours 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Research Master of Sustainability 1.5 years$20,532Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework

39 CourseDuration1 st year FeeIntakeProgram Master of Teaching (Secondary) 2 years$18,000Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework Master of Urban and Regional Planning 1.5 years$16,981Feb, JunePostgraduate Coursework + Research

40 UNIVERSITY OF NEW CASTLE Australia

41 The University of Newcastle in Australia is recognised as a world-class institution that delivers quality in education and innovation in research. Internationally, the Academic Ranking of World Universities places Newcastle in the top four per cent of universities in the world, and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings place us in the top three per cent. Both the Times Higher Education and QS also rank Newcastle in the top 50 universities in the world under the age of 50. Educating first-rate graduates is the University’s most important role. Offering a blended learning environment of discipline education and professional training, our degrees are designed to ensure that when you graduate you will be globally competitive in your field by providing you with the knowledge and the skills you need to be career-ready. In 2012, 90 per cent of our undergraduate programs include a work integrated learning component to give you the opportunity to study and learn ‘on the job’ in a professional environment.

42 The University of Newcastle is currently ranked: In Australia’s top 10 universities for research The top university in Australia in applied mathematics Excellence in Research Australia 2011 Five star university for research International agency, QS Stars 2012 More than 70 per cent of research rated at or above world standard Excellence in Research Australia 2011 Ranked in the top 4 per cent of world universities Academic Ranking of World Universities 2012

43 English Language Courses Entry to degree studies The University of Newcastle Language Centre offers English language programs for International students seeking entry into the University’s degree programs, or for those students wishing to improve their English language ability for work or travel. The Language centre Since 1988, the University’s Language Centre has offered English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) for students whose English level does not meet University entry requirements.

44 All of the Centre’s courses are accredited by the National ELICOS Accreditation Scheme (NEAS), and the Centre is a member of the ELICOS Association (EA) and the University Language Centres of Australia (UECA). With locations in both Newcastle and Sydney, the Language Centres are situated close to student facilities and services. High quality student services are available through the Centre’s modern facilities at both locations, including purpose designed computer laboratories, and internet access. The Language Centre is open from 8am until 7pm Monday to Thursday and 5pm on Friday. The Centre is also an official test centre for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

45 English Language (ELICOS) programs The Centre’s ELICOS programs are available with intakes every 5 weeks at the Callaghan campus and at the Sydney location, and consist of 10-week modules in a range of different levels, including; ▪ Beginner English ▪ Elementary English ▪ Intermediate English ▪ Upper Intermediate English ▪ Advanced English for Academic Purposes.

46 Entry into these courses is determined by a placement test at the time of commencement. All students sit a placement test to ensure that they are placed in the right class for their English language ability. Each course has 25 hours of tuition per week. Students wishing to enter a University of Newcastle degree program will need to undertake the Advanced English for Academic Purposes program and achieve the required results.

47 Courses Offered CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Business3 yearsAU$19,300Feb, July Bachelor of Commerce3 yearsAU$19,355Feb, July Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Commerce 4 yearsAU$19,245Feb, July Bachelor of laws (combined)5 yearsAU$19,000 – AU$20,500 Feb Bachelor of Laws (llb)3 yearsAU$19,920Feb Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice/ Bachelor of Laws 5 yearsAU$17,800Feb Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Laws 5 yearsAU$19,495Feb Bachelor of Social Science / Bachelor of Laws 5 yearsAU$19,070Feb

48 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Aboriginal Professional Practice 3 yearsAU$17,800Feb, July Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science 4 yearsAU$22,250Feb Bachelor of Arts3 yearsAU$19,690Feb, July Bachelor of Fine Art3 yearsAU$20,520Feb, July Bachelor of Music3 yearsAU$22,960Feb, July (if offered midyear) Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Arts 4 yearsAU$21,220Feb, July Bachelor of Social Science3 yearsAU$19,540Feb, July Bachelor of Social Work4 yearsAU$20,995Feb Bachelor of Speech Pathology4 yearsAU$23,965Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) /Bachelor of Arts 4 yearsAU$20,970Feb

49 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) /Bachelor of Early Childhood Studies 4 yearsAU$21,160Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)/Bachelor of Arts 4 yearsAU$19,735Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)/Bachelor of Fine Art 4 yearsAU$20,715Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)/ Bachelor of Health and Physical Education 4 yearsAU$21,754Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) /Bachelor of Mathematics 4 yearsAU$21,365Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)/Bachelor of Science 4 yearsAU$23,105Feb Bachelor of Teaching (Primary)/Bachelor of Technology 4 yearsAU$22,835Feb

50 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Theology3 yearsAU$18,770Feb, July Diploma of Languages1 yearAU$21,330Feb Diploma of Theology1 yearAU$19,080Feb, July Bachelor of Computer Science3 yearsAU$23,570Feb, July Bachelor of Construction Management 4 yearsAU$20,520Feb, July Bachelor of Design (Architecture)3 yearsAU$20,940Feb Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)4 yearsAU$25,050Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)4 yearsAU$24,755Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Computer)4 yearsAU$24,615Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)4 yearsAU$24,565Feb, July Bachelor Engineering (Environmental) 4 yearsAU$24,935Feb, July

51 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) 4 yearsAU$24,935Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics) 4 yearsAU$24,935Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Software)4 yearsAU$24,235Feb, July Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications) 4 yearsAU$24,805Feb, July Bachelor of Industrial Design1 yearAU$22,210Feb, July Bachelor of Surveying4 yearsAU$25,000Feb, July Bachelor of Biomedical Science3 yearsAU$25,390Feb Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Diagnostic Radiography) 3 yearsAU$21,990Feb Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) 3 yearsAU$21,990Feb Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy) 3 yearsAU$21,990Feb

52 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Nursing3 yearsAU$22,770Feb Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics4 yearsAU$22,760Feb Bachelor of Occupational Therapy4 yearsAU$22,765Feb Bachelor of Oral Heath3 yearsAU$24,670Feb Bachelor of Physiotherapy4 yearsAU$24,455Feb Bachelor of Podiatry3 yearsAU$24,340Feb Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Science 4 yearsAU$22,250Feb, July Bachelor of Biotechnology3 yearsAU$25,220Feb Bachelor of Communication3 yearsAU$21,605Feb Bachelor of Development Studies3 yearsAU$20,415Feb, July Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management 3 yearsAU$25,275Feb, July

53 CourseDurationIndicative annual cost Commencement Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science 3 yearsAU$24,980Feb Bachelor of Food Science and Human Nutrition 3 yearsAU$25,050Feb, July Bachelor of Information Technology3 yearsAU$23,825Feb, July Bachelor of Mathematics3 yearsAU$20,180Feb, July Bachelor of Natural History Illustration 3 yearsAU$22,255Feb Bachelor of Psychology4 yearsAU$25,385Feb Bachelor of Science3 yearsAU$24,890Feb, July Bachelor of Visual Communication Design 3 yearsAU$22,255Feb Bachelor of Information Technology/ Bachelor of Business 4 yearsAU$22,025Feb, July

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