If you didn’t complete Year 12, or didn’t get a high enough ATAR, don’t panic – you don’t have to give up your dream of studying at Deakin. You can fast-track your entry straight into a Deakin University degree by completing a diploma, or a postgraduate degree qualifying program.
What is Deakin College?
Deakin College is a pathway program for prospective Deakin University students. Classes are held on three Deakin campuses: Melbourne Burwood, Geelong Waterfront and Geelong Waurn Ponds.
What can I study at Deakin College?
Students can study diploma programs in commerce, media and communication, computing, engineering, health sciences, management and science. Once completed, students can enter second-year bachelor's degrees at Deakin.
International students can study a postgraduate qualifying program (Business and Law). This is for international postgraduate students looking to enter the first year of selected master's degrees at Deakin.
Introducing Deakin College
Since 1996, Deakin College (formerly MIBT) has given more than 15,000 students the opportunity to successfully progress into degree programs at Deakin University.
Why choose Deakin College?
Deakin College is an entry pathway that lets you experience campus life straight away. You’ll feel part of the Deakin community and your transition will be seamless.
At Deakin College you can:
- access all Deakin facilities and services
- fast-track your way into a Deakin degree
- enjoy small class sizes, giving you closer support from your tutors
- choose from three intakes a year (March, June and October).
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