Deakin University

Deakin University

Melbourne , Australia
  • 85
    Acceptance Rate
  • 125
    Available Programs
  • 55000
  • 30000
    Average Cost
  • 80
    Employment Rate


Deakin is a dynamic and contemporary university with a reputation for being innovative, nimble and friendly. The University combines excellent research and outstanding teaching with a strong focus on the communities it serves.

The world-class research capabilities and facilities solve real business problems in new ways, strengthening and streamlining pathways for commercial research and commercialisation of technologies from discovery through to licensing and spin-outs.Admission to degree programs is applicable only after passing the Foundation program.

Entry requirements

Completion of secondary school comparable to Australian Year 12 or equivalent academic achievement (requirements are country-specific). Some programs have additional requirements.

Minimum English requirements (some programs have higher grades):

IELTS: minimum score of 6.0, with no subscore less than 6.0 or

Internet-based (IBT) TOEFL: a score of 65 (no sub-score less than 19) or

Paper-based TOEFL: 550 (Writing 4.5) or

Pearson Test of English (Academic): an overall score of 52 with no score less than 50 

Scholarship & funding

You could be eligible for a number of scholarships during your time at Deakin. 


Student life

Our students are preparing for the Deakin Multi-Cultural Festival 2013 - doing the Harlem Shake!
The Off-Campus Housing Service at Deakin University assists students with understanding the process of finding accommodation, organizing temporary accommodation and staying safe online when organising accommodation.
Runner up in Deakin's recent "Get involved at deakin University" video competition. Students' perspective on what life as a deakin student involves.
For students at University sometimes it can be hard, expensive or just embarrasing to get medical treatment or advice. That is why Deakin University has the Deakin Medical Centre
Getting started at university is a fun and exciting time, giving you the chance to make new friends and follow your passions. We're here to help you find somewhere great to live, discover the societies you'd like to join and explore your campus' best local spots to shop and eat.
The Global Citizenship Program is specifically designed to help you develop the skills necessary to be a global citizen and to have those skills recognised in a formal way. To become a global citizen, you will need to participate in a number of internationally-related activities that will assist you to develop key personal, academic and careers skills.