Become an international student
The School of Architecture and Built Environment has been educating international students since 1974 and has an internationally diverse staff and student body.
There are more than 220 international students enrolled in our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in architecture and construction management and exchange and study abroad students are a regular addition to our global numbers.
Find out all about how to become an international student in the School of Architecture and Built Environment using the links below.
All applicants, regardless of citizenship or country of origin, will be required to demonstrate English language proficiency prior to admission.
Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology (MIBT) provides an excellent pathway for students who do not meet the admission requirements for Deakin University's courses.
Find out more about Deakin's wide range of scholarships to assist students from many different backgrounds pay for their university fees.
Deakin's course tuition fees are calculated on the units which you are enrolled for. Estimate your tuition fees for your selected course.
Course guides and brochures about studying at Deakin for international students will give full details of courses available and an indication of costs.
Deakin's authorised international representatives can provide you with advice and information on courses and assist you with the recruitment process.
About Geelong Waterfront Campus, and living in Geelong.
Currently there is no student accommodation at the Geelong Waterfront Campus where the School of Architecture & Built Environmet is situated. We recommend referring to Deakin's off-campus housing service for accommodation options in Geelong, or enquire about on-campus accommodation at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus.
Find general information about living in Australia including, cost of living, climate, banking, transport, insurance, working and more.
Deakin's International Student Support team provides advice, support and encouragement to international students, find out how they can support you.