When you enrol with FedUni, you’re getting a head start for your career. Our knowledgeable academics and industry integrated programs ensure FedUni students are given every opportunity to find high earning employment post-graduation.
FedUni Brisbane offers the following scholarships to international students:
- Emerging Leaders Scholarship – all successful applicants receive a 20 per cent discount off tuition fees when you enrol to study with FedUni Brisbane.*
- Professional Internship Scholarship – provides graduates a free 16-week internship or $2,000 towards your Professional Year Program.*
We’re closing the gap between study and career with our Graduate Professional Year Program. All students’ internship placements are matched to your professional background and future career goals. You’ll spend time immersed in a host company alongside Australian professionals where you will contribute to the Australian workshop and form connections in industry.
Connecting you to industry leaders
Our programs are integrated with real-world industry experiences, connecting students to leading Australian businesses. All international students can participate in a live industry recruitment experience helping you prepare for employment whilst studying. This opportunity has already seen students successfully gain paid employment!
Destination FedUni Brisbane
Brisbane’s warm tropical climate attracts over 85,000 international students each year (Choose Brisbane, 2018). Aside from 283 days of sunshine each year, the low cost of living and booming employment market has helped name Brisbane as the fastest-growing capital city in Australia! Our city celebrates diversity, providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all international students.
FedUni Brisbane welcomes new course intakes in March, July and November each year. We offer a selection of the university’s most popular degrees under three key disciplines: Business, Finance and Technology.
- Business and Management
- Human Resource Management
- Commerce and Accounting
- Economics and Finance
- Information Technology
- Business Administration
- Health Services Management
- Professional Accounting
- Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics
- Software Engineering
Fast track options are also available.
English Language Courses
If you don’t meet the English requirements for the course of your choice, you can study an English and Academic Preparation (EAP) program. Study can be as short as five, 10, 15 and 20 weeks, and gives students a great platform to achieve academic success.
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* Further information and Terms and Conditions at federation.edu.au/brisbane federation.edu.au/brisbane