Deakin University
Deakin University was founded in 1974 and is named after Alfred Deakin, Australia's second Prime Minister. Deakin University provides 100 undergraduate and 250 postgraduate degrees, with Nursing ranking 30th in the world and Accounting and Finance, Computer Science, and Engineering ranking in the top 100.

Cost of attendance

International students at Deakin University pay approximately $18,000 AUD in tuition (average tuition). International students seeking study at the university should expect to spend an additional $10,000 to $11,000 AUD on lodging and other expenses. Deakin University fees for Indian applicants are estimated to be 10.73 lakhs INR.


In Australia, students can choose between on-campus and off-campus housing from a choice of cheap housing options. Students can apply for on-campus housing at Deakin by visiting the application for housing page for each campus. Deakin University's online accommodation finder is called Houseme. When looking for off-campus housing, this is the best place to start. Students can use it to find long-term, short-term, casual, and temporary housing in a specific area or price range. International students should budget AU$21,041 per year for living expenses in Australia. The majority of this money will be spent on rent, food, and transportation, but you should also plan for entertainment, exercise, and shopping.

Acceptance rate

The university has a total enrollment of 66,263, Deakin has almost 13,000+ international students. The acceptance rate at Deakin University is 75%.


The Deakin University campus features creative and technologically advanced learning facilities, as well as a variety of research labs. Over 12,000 international students are now enrolled. The Melbourne Burwood Campus is Deakin's largest campus, with over 30,000 students. Deakin's headquarters are located on the Geelong Waterfront Campus. The Warrnambool Campus, located on the coast of regional Victoria, provides a welcoming, close-knit community with a personal and informal contact between students and faculty. The original structures have been transformed into purpose-built architectural and creative art studios, moot law courts, and occupational therapy labs. Deakin's second-largest campus is Geelong Waurn Ponds. Deakin Medical School and Regional Community Health Hub (REACH), Centre for Advanced Design in Engineering Training (CADET), Institute for Frontier Materials, Carbon Nexus, and other research centres of the Geelong Future Economy Precinct are located on the site. There are over 120 student clubs and organisations available for students to connect with their classmates.


Deakin Business School (DBS) has just been accredited by AACSB International, the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools in the world.

Jobs and Placement

Deakin University prepares students for future jobs and vocations by providing innovative and customised services to businesses, students, and graduates. The DISC (Deakin International Student Careers) Program at DeakinTalent was designed to satisfy the needs of international students and assist them in understanding the Australian job market. In Australia, the average annual income for Deakin University employees is AU$101816. DeakinTalent also works with firms such as EY, Accenture, TAL, BP, TAL, Westcarr & Harvey, Sinclair, and Grant Thompson to recruit graduates by advertising job openings and developing their employer brand.

QS Ranking

#283 in QS Top University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#251–300 World University Rankings THE 2022

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