The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions. We strive for excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. For more than a century, we have educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world.
UQ ranks in the top 50 as measured by the Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities. The University also ranks 51 in the QS World University Rankings, 52 in the U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings, 60 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 55 in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).
UQ is one of only three Australian members of the global Universitas 21, a founding member of the Group of Eight (Go8) universities, and a member of Universities Australia.
QUT is a major Australian university with a global outlook and a real-world focus. We are one of the nation’s fastest growing research universities and our courses are in high demand. Our graduates include eight Rhodes Scholars, five of these awarded in the past six years.
We are an ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip our students and graduates with the skills they'll need in an increasingly disrupted and challenged world. We are transforming the student experience we offer our 50,000 students and we place a premium on the international and national accreditation of our various professional degrees.
University of Wollongong is a research-intensive university with an outstanding reputation for its learning environments across a broad range of disciplines.
Our commitment to our students is evident in our graduates, who are recognised for their capability, quality and success in the global workplace.
UOW is an international network of campuses and regional learning centres. Together with our partners, we make a strong and connected presence in our communities.
We are a young and vibrant university with undiminished ambitions. We value our research capacity to work on complex interdisciplinary problems. Our spirit of inquiry drives our research and learning environments and our objective of earning a place in the top 1% of the world's universities.
Coventry University has a long tradition as a provider of education. Our roots go as far back as Coventry College of Design in 1843. It was in 1970 that Coventry College of Art amalgamated with Lanchester College of Technology and Rugby College of Engineering Technology. The resulting institution was called Lanchester Polytechnic: 'Lanchester' after the Midlands automotive industry pioneer, Dr Frederick Lanchester, and 'Polytechnic' meaning 'skilled in many sciences and arts'.
In 1987 the name changed to Coventry Polytechnic and in 1992 the University was set up under UK Government legislation, as laid out in the University’s Instrument and Articles of Government.
The Lanchester name has been preserved in the title of our art gallery, the Lanchester Gallery, as well as in the Lanchester Library.
Our credence sets us apart as well as on an extraordinary path to help our students gain an edge. We genuinely believe a holistic learning environment is key to nurturing well-rounded students. Our teaching module is founded on this very belief, which allows us to bring about greater quality in our offerings and cultivate learning and working environments that redefine boundaries.
Drawing upon our academic strength of over 600 lecturers, full-time and part-time associates, we deliver inspiring lessons to over 11,000 local and international students. Our diverse and dedicated pool of educators places emphasis on bringing out the best in each student, and aims to equip our students with the knowledge and skills that are relevant to the industry.
As with other offerings, you’ll also find that our campuses are conveniently accessible.
PSBAcademy@Delta, our 300,000 sqft full-fledged campus is easily reachable by foot in 3 mins from Tiong Bahru MRT Station; while our city campus, PSBAcademy@MarinaSquare, is located near City Hall, Esplanade and Promenade MRT Stations.
Our students have direct access to many student support services, receive hands-on learning through our fully equipped computer, engineering and science laboratories, enjoy full recreational facilities on campus and interact within a multi-national student community.
We also have a dedicated student affairs team that organizes enriching workshops, industry visits, student projects, camps, and even overseas student exchange programs to enhance every student’s learning journey.
First Media Design School (FMDS) is a specialized boutique design institution, offering design, design management and design entrepreneurship programmes. It is the education arm of the First Media Group, one of Singapore’s most awarded groups in the design industry.
FMDS has established global partnerships with universities located in the US, UK and Australia, providing students with a wide range of higher learning pathways.
With more than 25 years in the industry, the FM Group has cemented its reputation in Singapore and around the region as the premier design entity of choice. Its design experience ranges from corporate & retail design, marketing communication, public relations, packaging design, publishing, advertising, event management, interactive media and IOS app development.
Raffles Christian Schools is the affiliated schools to Raffles College that offers K-12 grade education. It is regarded as one of the most prestigious international schools in Jakarta.
The Raffles Christian Group of Schools (RCGS) comprises of a group of premier schools that provides a world class, futuristic and Christian learning environment. It was founded by the late Mr. William Soeryadjaya (A renowned entrepreneur in Indonesia and founder of the Astra Group) and Mr. Radius Prawiro (The former Minister of Finance of The Republic of Indonesia) in consultation with the Singapore Teacher’s Union. The Raffles Christian Group of Schools run under Yayasan Pendidikan Kristen Ora et Labora and Yayasan Pendidikan Sekolah Bhinneka. It has grown from 136 students in 2007, to more than 2500 students in 2015.