Open Universities Australia is today celebrating the arrival of one of Australia’s leading universities to the marketplace, with the first University of Adelaide degree program now open for enrolments.
Since the beginning of the global pandemic, the need to develop future frontline health professionals in mental health, and health promotion and education, has never been more important or acutely needed.
A year on from the introduction of the Government’s Higher Education Relief Package (HERP) initiative, OUA is seeing Universities and students continue to ride the wave of shorter form learning, and the sector innovating to secure this demand.
With impact for providers at the core of its strategy, Open Universities Australia (OUA) is thrilled to announce the latest provider to join the marketplace – The University of Newcastle – who is ranked 45 globally in The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
Continuously striving to deliver value to Australian Universities, Open Universities Australia (OUA) is excited to welcome its twenty-first provider to the marketplace with the signing of Torrens University Australia.
With impact for university partners and students at the core of its strategy, Open Universities Australia (OUA) – Australia's leading online marketplace for accessing higher education – has today announced an expansion to its already successful Rapid Development Fund.
OpenLearning (OL), a leading Australian learning platform, is pleased to announce that they are working together with Open Universities Australia (OUA), Australia’s largest online higher education marketplace, to provide a market-leading solution for universities to promote and deliver microcredentials.
The Rugby Union Players’ Association (RUPA) and Australia’s leaders in providing access to online higher education, Open Universities Australia (OUA), are pleased to announce an extension of their successful partnership, until the end of 2021.
Young people at risk of experiencing homelessness are being given a chance to pursue their education dreams at tertiary level with the launch of a brand-new scholarship program being delivered through not-for-profit organisation, Kids Under Cover, by Open Universities Australia (OUA).
OUA is delighted to announce that from 2017, occupational health and safety (OHS) students who graduate from select degrees from the Australian Catholic University (ACU) will now meet the educational requirement to apply for certification as an OHS Professional with the Safety Institute of Australia.
OUA students now have access to even more choice in study options with the recent introduction of 30 new degrees across science and engineering, arts, education, business, marketing, health, IT and law from leading universities including Curtin, Macquarie and the University of South Australia.
OUA is thrilled to announce the launch of Postgraduate Single Unit study, 115 standalone units across the Arts, Business, Education, Health, IT, Law and Science disciplines from an array of leading Australian universities, including Curtin, Griffith, Macquarie, RMIT, Swinburne, and the University of South Australia.