Sunday, September 22, 2019
Marine science

Marine science

Get out in the field and experience nature first hand with science courses like oceanography at UTS.
Food technology

Food technology

By studying food technology at the University of Queensland, you can have a big impact on health and safety.
Exploration

Science + exploration

If you have a curious mind and a keen interest in science and travel, a career as an intrepid explorer could be on your horizon.
Feed the world

Science + Feed the World

With a career is agriculture, you could develop groundbreaking technologies that could tackle some of the world’s major food security challenges.
smart agriculture

Computer Science smart agriculture

Computer science can help cultivate the food, fuels and fibres of the future.
engineering and computer science

Science and social change

Want to make a better world? Here's how.
food security

Science and food security

There are many important challenges ahead of us, but science and technology will be ready with clever solutions.

Studying science at UNSW

Research outcomes in the life sciences can have a huge impact.

Studying science at ANU

Studying science at ANU opens up a world of opportunity.
science and leadership

Science and leadership

When a degree in science or engineering is paired with skills in business or leadership, it can lift you to the penthouse suite of professions.

Big Data University of Melbourne

Learn how to tackle big data to solve 21st Century problems at the University of Melbourne.
ANSTO

ANSTO careers

Follow your passion and broaden your skill set by combining your science degree with humanities, business or arts.

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Student performance improves with more diverse school leaders: study

Male teacher standing with high school students looking a laptop
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