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MELBOURNE is about to receive a very active splash of the Sunshine Coast

The University of the Sunshine Coast -ATMC will be opening its doors to new students at the start of the March 2019 semester.

USC is renowned for its excellence in teaching and has been ranked in the top 20% of Australian universities for teaching quality every year for the past ten years by the Good Universities Guide. Their students consistently commend the high-quality teaching and personalized learning they receive. If you are successful in completing a USC program through ATMC, you will receive an internationally recognized qualification and join more than 15,000 USC graduates who already work in Australia and abroad. By attaining a USC qualification, you will enhance your professional potential and future career prospects and, coupled with your experience, will be able to rise even higher and shine even brighter in your chosen career path.

The university will partner with nationally-recognized higher education provider, the Australian Technical and Management College, to offer degrees to international students in another state.

“USC Melbourne will kick off with eight degrees, both undergraduate and postgraduate, in areas such as Business, Accounting and Information and Communications Technology.

“USC is an outstanding, progressive Australian public university with a commitment to graduate outcomes and excellence in teaching, which will make it a perfect partner in attracting international higher education students to Victoria,”

The ATMC has more than 2,400 international students enrolled across seven campuses in Melbourne, Geelong and Sydney. There are also offshore campuses in Sri Lanka and Malaysia.

“USC Melbourne will enable more students to achieve our internationally-recognized qualifications and improve their professional prospects,


Whether it’s called an internship, practicum, placement, clinical placement, project, wider field experience, supervised professional experience, professional practice or work experience, most USC degrees have opportunities for Work integrated learning (WIL).
WIL offers an opportunity to put theory into practice, develop personal and professional skills, establish job networks, and find out what it’s like to work in your area of study.

Students undertaking WIL have an opportunity to acquire and demonstrate knowledge and skills employers look for in graduates.
Experience can be recorded on a resume, and can result in work that can be added to a professional portfolio.




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