Company Secretary

Head Office :
The Institute of Company Secretaries of India,
ICSI House, 22, Institutional Area,
Lodi Road, New Delhi 110003.
Phone-(011) 51504444, 24617321-24, 24644431-32
Fax-(011)24626727
E-mail – Contact Us
Website – www.icsi.edu

The Institute has four Regional Councils and several Chapters under their jurisdiction
Eastern Region

ICSI-EIRC House
3-A, Ahiripukur,Ist Lane
Near Beck Nursing Home
Kolkata -700019
Ph.-033-22816541, 22816542, 22832973
Fax-033-22816542
E-mail:- Contact Us

Chapters under Eastern Region

Bubaneswar
Plot No. 676
(Nr. Maharishi College of National Law)
Saheed Nagar
Bubaneswar -751007
Ph.-0674-2545274
E-mail : Contact Us

Guwahati (North East)
“Satyadip”, Dr S K Bhuyan Road
Dighalipukhuri East
Guwahati -781001
Ph.-0361 2600401

Jamshedpur
C/o Tata Yodogawa Ltd.
XLRI Campus, Circuit House Area (E)
Jamshedpur -831001
Ph.- 0657 -2225643, 2231384

Patna
H/o Shri Gopal Prasad Singh
Rajapurpul
Near River View Petrol Pump, Dujra
Patna -800001
Ph.-0612-2277493

Ranchi
445, Pee Pee Compound
Ranchi -834001
Ph.0651-2200150
E-mail: Contact Us

Northern Region

ICSI-NIRC BUILDING
Plot No.4
Prasad Nagar Institutional AreaRajendra Palace
New Delhi -110005
Ph.-011 -25763090, 25767190, 25816593 Fax-25772662
E-mail: Contact Us

Chapters under Northern Region

AGRA
B-623, Kamla Nagar
Agra-282004
Ph.- 0562-2581174, 2180341
Telefax : 2181618

AJMER(SATELLITE)
381, Naya Bazar
AJMER 305 001
Ph : 0145-2420375, 2424175 Fax : 2421092
E Mail : Contact Us

ALLAHABAD(SATELLITE)
53 F Meerapur
Allahabad 211 003
Ph : 0532-2451352

AMRITSAR (SATELLITE)
Share Plaza
3 MM Malviya Road
Near Adarsh Cinema
Amritsar
Ph.- 0183-2227271, 2228072
Mobile: 98142553943

BAREILLY (SATELLITE)
C-59 Butler Plaza
Civil Lines
Bareilly (UP)
Ph:0581-2477027

BEAWAR (SATELLITE)
Hotel Vikrant
Near Old Bus Stand, Sampurnanand Marg
Beawar -305901
Ph.-01462- 257917

BHILWARA (SATELLITE)
10/54 Amar Bhawan
Punjabi Gali, Bhopal Ganj
Bhilwara -311001
Ph.-01482-225844 .

CHANDIGARH
GGDSD College
Sector – 32-C
Chandigarh
Ph.-0172-2661840

DEHRADUN (SATELLITE)
12 Dronpuri,
General Mahadev Singh Road
Dehradun -248 001
Ph : 0135-2620816

FARIDABAD
948, Sector – 16
Faridabad -121007
Ph.- 0129-2290058

GHAZIABAD
B-23 Nehru Apartment
Nehru Nagar
Near Nasirpur Railway Crossing
Ghaziabad -201001
Ph.-0120-2796668

GURGAON
C/o Alpine Convent School
Behind Government Girls College
Sector 15, Part II
Gurgaon –122 001
Ph: 0124-2306064, 2339802
E-mail: Contact Us

JAIPUR
ICSI House
A-5/A Institutional Area
Jhalana Doongri
Jaipur –302004
Ph.- 0141-2707236, 2707736
E-mail: Contact Us

JALANDHAR (SATELLITE)
Raj Chambers,
Hind Samachar Street
Jalandhar
Ph.-0181-2211792/2280315

JAMMU (SATELLITE)
204, 2nd Floor 204,
South Block, Rail Head Complex
Jammu
Ph.-0191-2475148

JODHPUR (SATELLITE)
C/o S S Surana & Co.
Rai Bahadur Plaza
Jodhpur 342 001

KANPUR
118/90 “Gumti Plaza”
Kanpur 208 012
Ph.- 0512-2296535, 2212767
E-mail: Contact Us

KARNAL-PANIPAT (SATELLITE)
7,Ibrahim Mandi
Near Liberty
Karnal 132 001
Ph. : 0184-2241162 )

LUCKNOW
C/o Saraswati Shishu Mandir
Near Meena Market, A Block
Indira Nagar
Lucknow –226016
Ph.: 0522-2310284

LUDHIANA
SCO-11B,
2nd Floor,Gurudwara Saheedan Pherumam
G T Road, Near Dholewal Chowk
Ludhiana –141003
Ph:0161- 2545456

MEERUT
111 Hari Priya Shivaji Road
Meerut –25001
Ph.-0121-2642201

MODINAGAR
Above Lords Tailor
Ist Floor Gurudwara Road
Near Janata Band
Modinagar -201204
Ph.-01232-243048

NOIDA
C-262 Salora Vihar
Plot No.C58/12, Sector 62
Noida –201301
Ph. 0120-2400396

SHIMLA
C/o Shri PSR Murthy,
Company Secretary
Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Ltd.
HIMFED Building
New Shimla -171009
Ph:0177-2672324

UDAIPUR
C/o Company Secretary
Hindustan Zinc Ltd
Yashad Bhawan
Udaipur –313003
Ph.-0294-2525621

VARANASI (SATELLITE)
C/o Sushil Kumar Kandoi
F Block, 2nd FloorGurukripa Colony Nadesar
Nadesar
Varanasi –221002
Ph.-0542-2507491511007

YAMUNA NAGAR (SATELLITE)
368/14 Gobindpuri Road
Professor Colony
Yamuna Nagar –135001
Ph: 01732-227541

Southern Region

ICSI-SIRC House
Old No. 4, New No. 9
Wheat Crofts Road, Nungambakkan
Chennai –600034
Ph.-(044)-28279898,28268685
E-mail: Contact Us

Chapters under Southern Region

BANGALORE
Sheriff Chambers
III Floor Rear Block
14 Cunningham Road
Bangalore -560052
Ph.-080-2286574,2261861,2287158
Fax-080-2261861
E-mail: Contact Us

CALICUT (SATELLITE)
Ist Floor , “SHANTH“
Wayanad Road
Calicut –673 001
Ph.-0495-2762239/2762338

KOCHI
Door No.25 Mather Square
2nd Floor (opp. North Railway Station)
Kochi 682 018
Ph.-0484-2392950
E-mail: Contact Us

COIMBATORE
217, New Scheme Road
Near Mani Higher Secondary School
Pappananickenpalayam
Coimbatore -641 037
Ph.-0422-2212617

HUBLI-DHARWAD (SATELLITE)
C/o Shri H.P. Krishnamurthy
Company Secretary in WTP
No.10 First Floor, Maruti Complex
Line Bazar
Darwad –580001
Ph: 0836-2743784

HYDERABAD
(An ISO 9001:2000 Chapter)
D. No 6 – 3 – 609 / 5 Anand Nagar
Khairatabad
Hyderabad -500004
Ph.- 040-23399541/23396494
Fax : 23325458
E-mail: Contact Us

KOTTAYAM (SATELLITE)
Bldg No. XI/333
Pattasseril
Eranjal Road
Kottayam –686004
Ph.- 0481-2572107

MADURA
IC-3, III Floor
A R Plaza
16/17 North Veli Street
Madurai –625001
Ph.- 0452-2340797

MANGALORE
Grace Towers, II Floor
Bejai
Mangalore –575004
Ph.-216482 (Std No.0824)

MYSORE
Behind Swami Vivekananda Hall
Mahajana Pre University College Premises
Jayalakshmipuram
Mysore –570 012
Ph.-0821-2516065
E-mail: Contact Us

PONDICHERRY
No.5, II Main Road,
5th Cross, Rajaji Nagar
Lawspet
Pondicherry -605008
Ph.-0413-2250347

SALEM (SATELLITE)
62 Vaniga Valagam
Salem CorporationSalem 636 001
Salem –636004
E-mail: Contact Us

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
Utsavamadom Buildings
Fort
Thiruvananthapuram –695023
Ph.-0471-2451915

THRISSUR (SATELLITE)
Revathi Complex
2nd Floor, Civil Lines Road
West Fort, Piithole P.O.
Thrissur –680004

TIRUCHIRAPALLI
34A, Promenade Road Cantonment
Tirucherapalli –620001
Ph: 0431-2461662

VIJAYWADA( SATELLITE)
ICWAI Bhawan D.No.58-6-14
Karanamgari StreetPatamata
Vijayawada –520010
Ph.-0806-2470514
Fax-0866-470514

VISHAKAPATNAM
48-3-3, First Floor
Opp: Strteet of BVK College
Srinagar
Visakhapatnam –530016
Ph.-0891-2533516
E-mail: Contact Us

Western Region

ICSI-WIRC House
13 Jolly Maker chambers
No.II (Ist Floor
Nariman Point
Mumbai –400021
Ph.-022-22021826/22844073/22047569 / 22047580 / 22047604
Fax : 022-2850109
E-mail: Contact Us

Chapters under Western Region

AHMEDABAD ICSI
Maneklal Mills Complex
S-2, B Tower Chinubhai Towers
Opp. Handloom House, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad –380009
Ph.-079-6589343
Fax-079-6587965
E-mail: Contact Us

AURANGABAD (SATELLITE)
C/o Nilayam 29
Vishvakarma Coop.Hsg.Society,CIDCO
N-8, E-Sector
Aurangabad –431003
Ph.- 0240-2485484
Fax-2487838

BHOPAL
148, 2nd Floor
Anchor Manson
M P Nagar Zone – II
Bhopal -462011
Ph : 0755-2577139
E-mail: Contact Us

DOMBIVLI Satchidanand Society (Ground Floor)
Tilak Road, Near Old Post Office
Dombivli (East) –421201
Ph :0251- 2445423

GOA
“Indraprastha” (6th Floor)Opp. Govinda Building
Menezes Braganza Road
Panjim 403 001
Ph.-0834-2435033
E-mail: Contact Us

GWALIOR (SATELLITE)
1st Floor, Govind Kunj
Sanjay Complex
Jayendra Ganj
Gwalior 474 009

INDORE
B/1-2-3 Ashray Apartment
2/1 Manoramganj
Indore -452001
Ph.-0731-2491643
E-mail: Contact Us

NAGPUR
276 Crystal Plaza
Central Bazar Road,
Ramdaspeth Lokmat Square, Nagpur –440010
Ph 0712-2541176
E-mail: Contact Us

NASHIK (SATELLITE)
2nd floor,
Prasanna Archade Near Hotel Mazda,
Old Agra RoadNasik -422002
Ph.- 0253-2509989 / 2500150 Fax-0253-2393781
E-mail: Contact Us

NAVI MUMBAI
Sai Chambers, 20/ 3rd floor
Sec-11, CBD Belapur.
Navi Mumbai –400614
Ph.-27561202,27576728
E-mail: Contact Us

PUNE
23 Mukund Nagar Corner of Lane No.1
Above Dr Joshi Hospital
Gupte Market
Pune -411037
Ph.-020-4263228
Fax-020-4260341
E-mail: Contact Us

RAIPUR
C/o Agrawal Mahendra & Co
224 Rishabh Complex
M G Road
Raipur -492001
Ph : 2536441, 5031441 (STD CODE : 0771)
Fax : 0771 – 2536574
E-mail: Contact Us

RAJKOT
513, Star Plaza
Opp. Hotel Ravi
Phulchhab Chowk
Rajkot -360001
Ph.-(0281) 477516
E-mail: Contact Us

SURAT
B-209, Tirupati Plaza
Near Collectors Office
Athwagate
Surat -395001
Ph.- 0261-2472467
E-mail: Contact Us

THANE
C/o Ravi Kumar & Associates
Building No 41A, Flat No 1, Brindavan, Vaishali CHSL
Brindavan Society
Thane(W) -400061
Ph.-022-25435033
E-mail: Contact Us

VADODRA
Office No.1 (2nd Floor)
Stop-N-Shop Plaza
Offtel Tower-II, R C Dutt Road
Vadodara -390007
Ph.- 02652331498
E-mail: Contact Us

CENTRE FOR CORPORATE RESEARCH & TRAINING (CCRT)
Plot No. 101, Sector 15,
Institutional Area
CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai–400 614
Tel: 022-2757 7814/15/16 Fax: 2757 4384
E-mail: Contact Us

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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)

Address and Contact details
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
GPO Box 2476V
Melbourne VIC 3001
Telephone: (03) 9925 2000
Fax: (03) 9663 2764

About Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
RMIT is one of Australia�s most popular and culturally diverse universities. We offer students a rich and rewarding educational experience at campuses in Melbourne and regional Victoria, in Vietnam and at partner institutions throughout the world. A vibrant alumni network stretches across 127 countries.

RMIT�s programs in TAFE and higher education have a strong professional and vocational orientation and aim to prepare graduates for employment and active citizenship. Strengths include:
� learning that combines classroom delivery with workplace and industry experience;
� input from industry and community leaders into program development, delivery and review;
� excellent employment outcomes for graduates;
� passionate and dynamic teachers and
� a commitment to pathways between education sectors and between education and work.

RMIT programs are delivered through three academic portfolios: Science, Engineering and Technology; Business; and Design and Social Context. RMIT�s innovative teaching and learning culture is complemented by a strong commitment to research which delivers practical and relevant outcomes.

The Science, Engineering and Technology Portfolio draws together RMIT�s expertise and experience in the sciences, health technologies, IT and engineering. It comprises ten schools, and its programs can be grouped under three themes: Environment and sustainability, Health and wellbeing and Advanced technologies. They range from sustainable resource management and nursing through to biosciences and advanced manufacturing.

The Design and Social Context Portfolio encompasses RMIT�s renowned art, communication, design and social science disciplines and comprises eleven Schools. Areas of strength include Communications (linking idea to audience); Creative Arts (from traditional arts to digital); Design (in areas from architecture to fashion to products), Education and Social and Regional Development.

The Business Portfolio has an excellent reputation for delivering innovative and entrepreneurial programs and is composed of seven schools, encompassing Management, Accounting and Law, Marketing, Economics and Finance, and Business Information Technology disciplines. Developing areas of strength include entrepreneurship and supply chain management. The Portfolio includes a Business TAFE school and a Graduate School of Business.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
In 2003, RMIT had 27,381 places (EFTSU) (38,200 student numbers).

RMIT is a dual Sector Provider and also delivered 12,506 TAFE and Foundation EFTSU (23,703 student numbers). This gives a total of 39,887 EFTSU and 61,903 enrolments for 2003.

National Priority Places
In 2005, RMIT received 20 new nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 55 in 2008.

Course Information

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Queensland University of Technology

Address and Contact details
Queensland University of Technology
2 George Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Telephone: (07) 3864 2111
Fax: (07) 3864 1510

About Queensland University of Technology
QUT is a highly successful, energetic and innovative university of 40,000 students, with a strongly applied emphasis. Its well-known positioning as “a university for the real world” reflects strong and productive links with industry, the professions and the community in teaching and research.

Courses are in high demand and graduates have excellent job and career outcomes. QUT provides the largest number of bachelor degree graduates into full-time jobs in the nation and, in Queensland, is university of first choice for the greatest number of undergraduate applicants.

A broad range of programs from undergraduate to doctoral level are offered in major disciplines of Built Environment and Engineering, Business, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Humanities and Human Services, Information Technology, Law, and Science.

The four campuses, at Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove in Brisbane CBD, and at Carseldine and Caboolture in the growth corridor north of the city, are attractive places for students. State of the art learning facilities on campus are backed up by a sophisticated virtual learning environment.

Growing research performance is underlined by the establisment of major institutes, in areas such as health research, information security and sustainability, which encourage a multidisciplinary approach.

The university was founded in 1989, but its predecessor institutions served the needs of Queensland industry for 140 years. Today, QUT has 5000 international students, graduates and alliances all over the world, and a global outlook.

QUT is a member of the Australian Technology Network (ATN) – an influential alliance of five prominent Australian universities of technology representing each of the mainland states of Australia.

Number of Provided Higher Education Places
In 2003, QUT had 28,187 places (EFTSU) (39,980 student numbers)

National Priority Places
In 2005, QUT will receive 30 new nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 82 in 2008
In 2005, QUT will receive 50 new teaching places (EFTSL), rising to 137 in 2008

Course Information
Course Information
Online Handbook

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Queen’s College

Name and Address
Queen’s College
College Crescent
Parkville Victoria 3052
Australia

Telephone
Voice: +61 3 9349 0500
Fax: +61 3 9349 0525

E-mail : office@queens.unimelb.edu.au

About Queen’s College
Queen’s College, founded in 1887, offers residential accommodation and much more to students doing courses at the University of Melbourne and—in smaller numbers—RMIT and the Victorian College of Pharmacy.

The 218 undergraduate students at Queen’s form part of a larger community consisting of senior academics, tutors and post-graduate students.

Our aim at Queen’s is to provide the very best environment in which students can pursue their studies at the University. We not only provide extensive academic support, but also offer a large variety of social, sporting, cultural and spiritual activities. Your time at Queen’s will be the beginning of many life-long friendships.

History of the College
The origins of Queen’s College go back to the 19th century. It was founded by the Rev. William Quick on June 16th 1887 (Founder’s day) on the piece of land granted by the Victorian Government to the Methodist Church. The College came to be named Queen’s in honour of the Jubilee of Queen Victoria’s reign that was celebrated in that year. The College opened its doors on March 14th 1888 with 18 students. Its first Master was the remarkable English clergyman Dr. Edward H. Sugden, who remained in office for forty years (1888-1928). By the end of his Mastership, Queen’s had become the College that it is still recognizably today.

Queen’s College is now a College of the Uniting Church and is affiliated with the University of Melbourne. It is governed by a Council of about twenty-five members, representing the various constituencies of the College. The College is led by the seventh Master, Professor David T. Runia. In academic matters, the Master is advised by the Fellows of the College, who are distinguished former members of Queen’s.

Traditionally Queen’s was a male residental College, but 1973 it became co-educational and now has men and women in equal numbers as equal members. Queen’s has always been open to both resident and non-resident students without regard to their religious beliefs. Currently, there are 214 residential students and about 20 graduates and post-graduates, many of whom function as tutors. The undergraduate students form the Junior Common Room, the tutors and other senior members of the College form the Senior Common Room.

Queen’s College is associated with the Theological Hall of the Uniting Church. Several Theological Professors live in the grounds and participate in the activities of the College.

Queen’s College has a distinctive coat of arms. The animal on the crest is a Wyvern, a two-legged winged dragon of Scottish origin. It has been taken from the family arms of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church movement. Past members of the College are known as Wyverns. The motto of the College is the Latin phrase aedificamus in aeternum, which when translated means: “We are building for eternity”.

An excellent and detailed account of the first hundred years of Queen’s is to be found in Queen’s College University of Melbourne: a Centenary History, written by the fourth Master, Dr. Owen Parnaby, which is on sale at the College Office. The College also maintains in its Archives an extensive collection of records documenting its history and development.

Aims of the College
The Aims of Queen’s are to establish and maintain an academic community in which:

Christian worship is offered and members are encouraged to explore the truth of the Christian faith.
All members are encouraged to pursue academic excellence and to engage in a wide range of cultural, social and sporting activities.
Students have the opportunity to learn by example and teaching from senior members of the University and community.
Students studying in all faculties of the University live together and have the opportunity of getting to know each other.
All members, both individually and collectively, are encouraged to accept responsibility for their own affairs and to contribute in time, talent and (as means permit) money to the welfare of the whole College.

The following values are pursued:
freedom of intellectual enquiry,
tolerance of other people with differing views,
respect and consideration for other people and friendships that are lasting because they are based on the good of the other,
service to the community in which we all live.

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Northern Territory University

University location: Darwin, Northern Territory
Campus names: Casuarina (Main)
Overseas Students: 450
Staff: 850
Total enrolment: 15,000
Required GPA: 2.5/4.0
Standard subject load: 4 subjects per semester
Housing options available: on-campus residential college, off-campus housing
Academic highlights: Aboriginal Studies, Anthropology, Art including photography and printmaking, GIS/Remote Sensing, Indonesian Specialization, Resource Management, Tropical Environmental Science, Tourism and Hospitality

Overview
There is no other university within thousands of miles of NTU, making it a unique location in which to study abroad. Join 15000 students who are studying at a university that has developed a strong reputation for its excellent teaching programs and the small size of its classes.

The breadth of courses, which reflect NTU’s location, student diversity and research interests provide Study Abroad students with a rich opportunity to experience a unique study opportunity.

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Murdoch University

Address and Contact details
Murdoch University
South Street
Murdoch WA 6150
Telephone: (08) 9360 6000
Fax: (08) 9360 6847

About Murdoch University
Murdoch is a dynamic, modern university with a national reputation for excellence in teaching, research and student satisfaction. It has strong links to its local region south-west of Perth, with the Rockingham and Peel campuses providing educational and research opportunities for their local community.

Murdoch has always paid particular attention to quality teaching and as a result we have been ranked among the best teaching campuses of all Australia’s public universities by an independent national survey of university graduates. The University’s flexible, interdisciplinary outlook provides students the opportunity to ‘design’ the best degree for their future careers.

A Murdoch education is designed to foster those qualities of imagination, independence of mind and life-long learning on which professional and personal development ultimately depend. Murdoch students are taught to think independently and critically, to assimilate new information and to apply their knowledge to practical problems. We have put students’ needs first ever since our doors opened.

We have a flexible admissions policy and provide several alternative entry paths for students from non-traditional academic backgrounds.

Murdoch remains one of the leading research universities in Australia, ranking in the top twelve on a per capita basis. Industry links provide a solid base for generating research and consultancy income. Our strong research performance is increasingly supported by industry, government and the University has a success rate among the highest in the country in attracting industry-linked Australian Research Council Linkage grants.

The second university to be established in Western Australia, we were set up as an institution committed to excellence in teaching and research, as well as to the flexibility of attitude and delivery which encouraged the concept of true equality in education. We were named after Australian academic and essayist, Sir Walter Murdoch, who embodied these characteristics.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
In 2003, Murdoch had 9,159 places (EFTSU) (12,724 student numbers)

National Priority Places
In 2004, Murdoch received 20 regional nursing places (EFTSU), rising to 56 places after 4 years.
In 2005, Murdoch will receive 45 new nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 123 in 2008
In 2005, Murdoch will receive 40 new teaching places (EFTSL), rising to 109 in 2008

Course Information
Course Finder
Online Handbook

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Monash College

Address and Contact details
Monash College
International Centre
Building 73
Wellington Road
Clayton, Victoria 3800

About Monash College
Monash University is a diverse and multicultural institution with more than 50,000 students, 175,000 alumni and a network of powerful global alliances. As one of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight universities, Monash is recognised for teaching, learning and research excellence. The university is renowned for its diverse range of innovative courses delivered through ten faculties: art and design, arts, business and economics, education, engineering, information technology, law, medicine, nursing and health sciences, pharmacy and science.

Monash College provides tailored pathways from school into the second year of selected Monash bachelor’s degrees in arts, design, business, commerce, information technology and engineering. Monash College programs are designed and regulated by academics in the ‘destination’ faculties to ensure you are equipped with the specific skills and knowledge needed in your chosen Monash degree. Our entry requirements ensure that Monash College students can meet the challenge of succeeding in an academically rigorous university like Monash. Evidence shows that this approach works – with Monash College students consistently performing well in their chosen degrees.

Furthermore, by maintaining these quality standards we are protecting your investment in a Monash qualification – one that is respected and recognised by employers and academic communities throughout the world.

Monash’s comprehensive range of leading student support services will ensure you get the most out of your study experience. Monash University Library is one of Australia’s major libraries, with more than 2.8 million items. As a Monash student you can also enjoy our recreational facilities including gyms, swimming pools, sports grounds and performing arts venues.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
Not Maintained

National Priority Places
Not Maintained

Course Information
Course Finder
Online Handbook

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La Trobe University

Address and Contact details
La Trobe University
Bundoora (Melbourne) Campus
Plenty Road
Bundoora VIC 3086
Telephone: (03) 9479 1111
Fax: (03) 9478 5814

About La Trobe University
La Trobe University teaches more than 26,000 students from over 60 countries on eight campuses in Victoria and several overseas locations, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.

La Trobe University’s main campus is in Bundoora, Melbourne, on a 400- hectare parkland site which includes a wildlife sanctuary. The campus also includes an extensive Research and Development Park, a hospital with student medical services and many recreational facilities. Its library is one of the leading university libraries in Australia, providing comprehensive services and support for teaching and learning, research and scholarship across all La Trobe campuses.

The University has five faculties – Education, Health Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences, Law and Management, and Science, Technology and Engineering. Its substantial commitment to regional Victorian communities is reflected in the educational programs at its Albury-Wodonga, Beechworth, Bendigo, Mildura, Mount Buller and Shepparton campuses. There is also a campus in inner Melbourne.

La Trobe University supports and promotes teaching excellence. Graduates consistently rate the quality of teaching in the University highly in annual, independent surveys.

The University has a strong research profile, enhanced by the Institute for Advanced Study and over 20 nationally and internationally renowned research centres and institutes.

La Trobe University is committed to internationalisation through exchanges of students and staff and training and research programs. By establishing the International Network of Universities, the University encourages students to add an international dimension to their degree programs by undertaking one or two semesters of their studies in a partner institution overseas.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
In 2003, La Trobe had 20,664 places (EFTSU) (28,516 student numbers)

National Priority Places
In 2005, La Trobe will receive 40 new nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 109 in 2008
In 2005, La Trobe will receive 55 new teaching places (EFTSL), rising to 150 in 2008

Course Information
Course Finder
Online Handbook

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James Cook University

Address and Contact details
James Cook University
James Cook Drive
Townsville QLD 4811
Telephone: (07) 4781 4111
Fax: (07) 4779 6371
Email: EnquiriesTownsville@jcu.edu.au

About James Cook University
James Cook University (JCU) offers excellence in teaching and research in a unique tropical setting. The main campuses are located in the vibrant northern Queensland cities of Townsville and Cairns. Smaller study centres are located in Mackay, Mount Isa and Thursday Island. With a student population of over 13,000, JCU is the foremost provider of professional graduates for the region.

Over 300 undergraduate and postgraduate courses are available across a broad range of disciplines from the arts, business, engineering, creative arts, education, information technology, health sciences, law, medicine, social sciences and science.

JCU has developed special strengths in areas of relevance to its tropical location including: marine sciences, resource management of the Great Barrier Reef, aquaculture and coastal engineering. Other strengths in the environmental field include tropical ecosystems and their conservation and management and natural products chemistry.

JCU also excels in: economic geology, cyclone engineering; bioinformatics, electronic engineering, the anthropology and archaeology of northern Australia and the Pacific, Indigenous Australian studies, tourism studies and health sciences which focus on rural and remote health and tropical public health.

Students enjoy smaller class sizes, friendly campuses and a comprehensive range of support services to help them make the most of their time at university. JCU actively supports tertiary education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and has one of the highest enrolments of indigenous students in Australia.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
In 2003, JCU had 9,764 places (EFTSU) (13,604 student numbers)

National Priority Places
In 2005, JCU will receive 60 nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 164 in 2008
In 2005, JCU will receive 30 new teaching places (EFTSL), rising to 82 in 2008

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Griffith University

Address and Contact details
Griffith University
170 Kessels Road
Nathan QLD 4111

About Griffith University
Chancellor: Ms Leneen Forde, AC, DUniv
Vice Chancellor and President: Professor Ian O’Connor

Griffith is an innovative university committed to multidisciplinary teaching and research, and the creation and communication of knowledge.

It has five networked campuses in three cities across the Brisbane-Gold Coast corridor.

It is a community comprising students from more than 80 countries around the globe, and academic staff who set a rigorous pace in the achievement of research and teaching excellence.

The academic approach is founded on the sharing of knowledge across traditional boundaries. This interdisciplinary framework seeks to address and solve real-world problems of the 21st century.

Providing equality of opportunity is an important part of the Griffith mission. The university strives to recognise and nurture talent, and to give students and staff opportunities to reach their potential.

Aviation, Biomolecular Science, Business Management, Criminology, Engineering and Information Technology, International Business, Journalism, Nursing, Photonics and Nanoscience, Politics and Government, Physiotherapy, Psychology, and Science are among Griffith University’s program offerings.

A suite of health programs, including graduate-entry Medicine, Dentistry, Dental Therapy, Dental Prosthetics and Dental Technology will be offered from the new $36 million Griffith School of Medicine and Oral Health Centre from 2005.

Griffith values its community linkages and it has partnerships with numerous education service providers and industries around the world, including agreements with more than 150 institutions.

Established in 1971, Griffith University is named in honour of Sir Samuel Griffith (1845-1920), a former Premier and Chief Justice of Queensland and the first Chief Justice of Australia.

Number of Available Higher Education Places
In 2003, Griffith had 23,364 places (EFTSU) (32,074 student numbers)

National Priority Places
In 2005, Griffith will receive 105 nursing places (EFTSL), rising to 287 in 2008
In 2005, Griffith will receive 60 teaching places (EFTSL), rising to 164 in 2008

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