University of Tasmania

University of Tasmania

The University of Tasmania is the only university in the state with campuses in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie. The University also delivers tertiary education at the Australian Maritime College, the national centre for maritime education, training and research. Together with Tas TAFE, which also has state-wide coverage, EPRA will give students from all parts of Australia the opportunity to gain an accredited engineering qualification which will lead all the way to a fully professional degree in several engineering disciplines.
Australian Maritime College

Australian Maritime College

Australian Maritime College is a tertiary education institution based in Launceston, Tasmania, established by the Maritime College Act 1978. Tertiary education is provided and organised by the University of Tasmania as the Australian Australian Maritime College (AMC) at the University of Tasmania - the National Institute for Maritime Education, Training and Research. However the college's educational curriculum is governed by the independent AMC Board. The AMC is Australia's national centre for maritime education, training and research. It has two campuses located within 50 kilometres of each other in Northern Tasmania, each with different facilities and residence.
University of Southern Queensland

University of Southern Queensland

The University of Southern Queensland is based in Toowoomba, Queensland. Through EPRA you can apply to enrol in Associate Degrees in Engineering in Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Mining Engineering. It is important to note that admission to USQ is through the QTAC. You may be asked to apply for a QTAC number.
Deakin University

Deakin University

Victoria-based Deakin University, with campuses in metropolitan Melbourne (Burwood), Geelong, and Warrnambool. Deakin enjoys a reputation for being accessible, helpful and friendly. It has a longstanding record for its use of cutting-edge information technology while providing highly personalised experiences, whether in the cloud on Deakin's media-rich campuses or through a combination of cloud and campus learning.
TasTafe

TasTafe

TasTafe has mulltiple campuses in the major population centres and is one of the 10 largest Registered Training Organisations in Australia.
TAFE SA

TAFE SA

Tafe South Australia has over 40 campuse covering the metropolitan areas and the ever-expanding suburbs, from the coast to the riverland, industrial and farming areas, wineries to the outback.
Geraldton Universities Centre

Geraldton Universities Centre

The GUC provides academic, coordinating and support staff to programs at GUC as well as the technologies and course resources to ensure an equitable learning experience for local students. All programs offer a blend of an online curriculum, resources and activities together with face-to-face tutorials, laboratories and workshops provided by the GUC. Where relevant, practical placements are also organised by GUC for students within local organisations and industry.

About EPRA

A consortium of regional HE and VET providers will partner to create a Learning Platform for Engineering which aims to provide access to engineering pathways, to expand curriculum choice and coverage. It reduces individual campus delivery costs and cross-institutional barriers and improves the availability of engineers and associated para-professionals for regional resource and manufacturing economies.

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