Australian Technology Network of Universities

Deakin has been a member of the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN) since 2020. The ATN is Australia’s second-largest university grouping in terms of students, research funding and world-standard research and brings together the nation’s six real-world universities focused on enterprise, impact and finding solutions to issues facing our economy and society.

The member universities are Curtin University, Deakin University, RMIT University, The University of Newcastle, University of South Australia and University of Technology Sydney.

Academic partnerships

Deakin partners with other institutions to provide rich learning experiences for students in Australia and overseas. We engage with a broad range of international academic institutions to develop sustainable and multi-faceted partnerships that deliver quality learning, research and community engagement.

At home, our faculty partnerships enhance student learning, work experience opportunities and collaborative research.

Read more about our Faculty of Arts and Education partnerships

Read more about our Faculty of Business and Law partnerships

Read more about our Faculty of Health partnerships

Read more about our Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment partnerships

Research partnerships

Deakin’s Institutes and Strategic Research Centres collaborate with universities and organisations around the world on global issues such as climate change, food security and renewable energy.

These partnerships provide opportunities to work across countries and disciplines and give students the chance to expand their research and learning horizons.

Learn more about our institutes' and centres' partnerships

Learn more about our international partnerships

Contact us

International academic partnerships

International Relations Office 
Gretchen Shillabeer
+61 3 9244 5302
Email Gretchen Shillabeer

International research partnerships

Deakin Research International
Tracey Yarwood
+61 3 9244 6782
Email Deakin Research International