GRB has partnered with a range of Australian universities to cater for most student requirements, including costs, location, university rankings, entry requirements and courses available.
One of Australia’s Group of Eight, ANU is ranked the top university in Australia by QS. It offers the ability to customise degrees and study double degrees and masters programmes and has specialist courses in biodiversity, climate change, renewable energy, and regional security. It's rated Australia’s best university for class sizes, and boasts world class research facilities.
Bond has been rated 1st for student experience for the last 17 years. Australia’s first not-for-profit private University that prides itself in taking a personal approach to study, with small class sizes and lots of one-to-one time with teaching staff. They run a full three semesters in a year, therefore shortening the time to complete a degree.
Flinders is in the top 2% of universities in the world and ranked number 1 in South Australia for teaching quality, student support, overall experience, & graduate starting salaries. Its vision is to be a world leader in research & contemporary teaching. Students from over 90 countries attend Flinders and have access to a comprehensive range of international student services.
Griffith University is based in sunny Queensland with campuses in Brisbane and Gold coast. Rated Top 10 worldwide for Hospitality/Tourism Management, Marine/Ocean Engineering, Nursing/Midwifery and Number 1 in Australia for Law, along with several subjects ranked in the world top 200. They have a commitment to social justice and boast a welcoming environment for students.
A global leader in research, marine sciences, biodiversity, and tropical ecology. James Cook is the only university dedicated to helping the world’s tropical regions to prosper. It's also number 1 in the world for marine and freshwater biology, number 2 in the world for biodiversity conservation and number 1 in world for global partnership for sustainable development.
Based in Melbourne, the top student city in Australia. La Trobe is ranked in the top 1% of the world universities and one of the best 50 universities in the Asia-Pacific region. It has built a reputation of excellence with 23 fields of research rated well above the world standard and high levels of both undergraduate and post graduate finding jobs within months of leaving university.
Located in Australia’s largest high-tech area in Sydney, Macquarie are ranked in the top 1% globally, with three subjects ranked among the top 50 globally, and seven subjects ranked among the top 100. The university boasts exceptional facilities and works alongside industry to keep the degrees responsive to the changing needs of industry.
Located in Melbourne, the top student city in Australia and ranked within the 10 best in the world. Monash is Australia’s largest university, it is one of the Group of 8 (Go8) and is ranked at number 57 in the QS World University Rankings and 4 in Australia. Monash offers flexible, personalised degree pathways and double degrees and has a truly international presence with over 170 students from other countries and they have a presence in Italy, South Africa, Malaysia, China, and India.
Boasts real world connections and a creative approach to learning, offering students an opportunity to be future ready, innovative and to make an impact with their research. Swinburne places an emphasis on having deep industry partnerships, enabling students to learn by doing.
Based in Newcastle - a vibrant, popular harbour city 2 hours from Sydney. Leading the way in tackling climate change, aiming to reach carbon neutrality by 2025. The University of Newcastle is ranked number one in Australia for industry collaboration, with courses designed to give unrivalled opportunities to gain professional experience and expand students global network. Their mission is to help to make students ‘life-ready’.
Situated in Perth, the most affordable student city in Australia. One of the group of 8 (Go8), ranked in the top 100 Universities globally, UWA is ranked 1st in Australia and within the world’s top 50 for a range of subjects, including Environmental, Earth and Marine Sciences, Sports, Engineering and Agriculture. Very popular with international students, representing over 100 nationalities. They have fantastic industry links enabling all students to do placements and internships.
The only university in Tasmania, the capital city of Hobart is also one of the most affordable cities in Australia and has a completely unique geography and environment. Ranked within the top 2% of universities worldwide, UTas is a world leader within the fields of Marine and Antarctic Science, Maritime and Environmental studies. The University of Tasmania has ranked #3 on Climate Action for universities internationally.
One hour from Sydney, Wollongong is a vibrant student city with a reasonable cost of living. UoW was the only Australian university to be listed as a finalist for the prestigious Global Teaching Excellence Award (GTEA) for two consecutive years and is ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. UOW ranks 6th among the world’s universities for social and economic impact in the THE Impact rankings and places.
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