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Courses In Australia That Filipino Students Should Know About

There are numerous courses that universities in Australia have to offer! From arts to sciences, Australian universities have a variety of majors and minors which allow you to explore interdisciplinary programs of your choice. Here are three of the many interesting courses in Australia for Filipino students to check out!

Bachelor of Advanced Science and Social Research and Policy

Universities in Australia offer programs that allow you to specialize in your field of study. If you’re interested in how to apply the sciences in research and policy, then you should check out this program! The Advanced Science and Social Research and Policy bridges the two disciplines through a core program that consists of both foundation sciences and social sciences.

In this course, you’ll get to broaden your knowledge of policy-making in social, economic, and environmental issues. It allows you to apply the critical thinking, analysis, and problem-solving skills you hone in the sciences. Interested in this course? It’s offered in the University of South Wales Sydney. UNSW is also one of Edukasyon’s partner study abroad schools and ranks among the top universities in Australia.

Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts)

For those interested in pursuing art courses in Australia, there are also universities with renowned arts programs. RMIT University, in particular, provides a course that allows you to specialize in a craft of your choice. From ceramics and sculptures to digital imagining, the possibilities are truly endless. The university also holds public exhibits and galleries to give students hands-on experiences. Lastly, the school provides international opportunities for study tours in the US, Asia, and Europe.

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science

As for medicine, the Charles Sturt University offers a great Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science degree. Students can explore nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, and their fundamental research methods to name a few. This degree takes 4 years or 8 semesters to complete. So that’s similar to most pre-medicine programs in the Philippines. However, the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science is truly a one-of-a-kind specialization because students get to learn about new advancements in technology and how they can be used to improve society.

Universities in Australia truly provide unique programs that you won’t find anywhere else. Choosing to study one of the many available courses in Australia allows you to put focus in your field while understanding the interdisciplinary aspects involved. The three degrees above are only some of the many programs in Australia. To learn more about what it’s like to be an international student, visit our Study Abroad section on the Edukasyon.ph blog!