Graduating with a degree from our partner universities can open up many doors for you, both professionally and academically. Our partner universities are recognized around the world for academic excellence, with ten of our universities being ranked in the top 100 of the globally-renowned QS World University Rankings.
Not to mention, these degrees are fully recognized by employers and other higher education institutions worldwide. To make things even better, many of our partner universities have even been approved by the United States Department of Education to participate in its Federal Financial Aid program.
What's more, most Bachelor’s degree-level programs in Australia and New Zealand follow the British model of higher education – meaning you graduate one year earlier than your U.S friends with a three-year bachelor’s degree. You enter directly into your major area of study right away without having to take up time with general education classes or electives required within a four-year American program.
For students who want to pursue a Bachelor's degree in engineering, they should take note that US participants approve of the Washington Accord as well – an international agreement recognizing equivalent engineering degrees from U.S, UK, Australia and New Zealand as substantially equivalent. But if you wish to work in certain professional fields such as education, law, nursing, medicine, dentistry, or psychology upon returning to the US after graduating abroad – we recommend that you research the conditions and any further studies needed to get your equivalency or board certification in the US and the state where you plan to work.