Australia has a subsidized higher education for students pursuing the undergraduate degrees. They also give loan and grants for the post graduate students. Higher learning starts at undergraduate degree level to a doctoral degree offered in any field of study.
Melbourne city has provided Australia with top quality universities and college. The university of Melbourne that was ranked fourth worldwide in 2008 is located in this city. It is also home to Monash University, La Trobe University and many others.
Contact Schools Directly about Bachelor Degrees in Health in Melbourne in Australia 2016/2017
La Trobe's Bachelor of Biomedical Science explores human health and disease along with the underlying molecular basis of illnesses like Alzheimer's, malaria and cancer. [+]
This double degree brings together chemical engineering science, practice and design with pharmaceutical science with a focus on industrial applications... [+]
Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) (Honours)/Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Pharmaceutical Science)
This double degree brings together engineering, science, and design with pharmaceutical science with a focus on industrial applications.Chemical engineering will develop your communication, project planning, teamwork and leadership skills through problem-based learning while pharmaceutical science builds your skills in creativity, critical analysis and specialist knowledge.Graduates from this double degree will deal with complex projects and issues in research and development and maximise benefits of scientific discoveries to society.
Biomedical engineers design a wide range of devices like cardiac monitors, clinical computers, artificial hearts, wheelchairs and artificial tendons and limbs... [+]
Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering) (Honours)
Biomedical engineers design a wide range of devices like cardiac monitors, clinical computers, artificial hearts, wheelchairs and artificial tendons and limbs.Increasingly complex technology is used in medical roles, and there is growing demand for technically skilled people who can design and improve devices and who understand the relationship between technology and clinical medicine.You'll study electronics, mechanical, chemical and materials engineering and biomedical sciences.You'll develop problem-solving and communication skills to help you think critically and independently. You'll come up with innovative ways to apply science and engineering to biomedical and health care.... [-]