Attending university is one of the most popular choices for students in Australia – and for good reason. No matter what your background, talents or career goals, the huge range of university courses on offer means you’re sure to find a degree to suit your interests and aspirations. University courses are made up of units that you must complete to receive your official qualification. Depending on the uni you attend and the course you choose, these units can be delivered through a variety of different means, including lectures, tutorials, practical classes and online learning. You’ll often have a choice between full-time and part-time study and there are usually a few different payment options available. So if you want extend your education and develop the skills you need to pursue a range of career options, university might be the further education option you’re looking for.
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