Many of our degrees are recognised internationally - which means you could live and work overseas.
But there is no need to wait until you graduate to explore the world. Our International Student Exchange Program gives you the opportunity to study overseas, with that period of study credited to your degree.
Universities are diverse and dynamic places filled with people from a range of cultures and backgrounds. You'll meet cool and interesting people and make lifelong friends while you study.
University is not 9.00am to 3.30pm, Monday to Friday. You also won't have a teacher reminding you to do your homework or hand in that assignment.
At uni your timetable is more flexible so you have more time for study, working and socialising. You will be responsible for getting your assessments in on time and turning up to class. How well you do will depend on the effort you put in.
There is also a fun side to uni too, so make sure you get involved. Live music, concerts, trivia and student barbecues - it's up to you to take part.
You can also join on of many sporting and social societies - anyone up for ultimate frisbee or medieval jousting?
It's important to choose subjects that you enjoy, suit your skills and match you career goals. Try to keep your options open, as your interests may have changed between Year 10 and when you finish school.
The subjects you complete in Years 11 and 12 should also reflect the degree you wish to study at uni. To help you with this, assumed knowledge and recommended studies are listed for each of our degrees.