This is home to some of the world's oldest landscapes with an abundance of wildlife in large national parks like Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge and Uluru. Due to large oil and gas projects the area is experiencing the strongest economic growth in Australia. CDU is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world by Times Higher Education. Reuters ranks CDU in the top four universities in Australia, and the university is known for environmental research of very high quality. CDU has 22.000 students, 1500 of them are international. NMBU has an agreement with Casuarina Campus.
Number of study places
Study Abroad: Several places.
Applicants need to have achieved a minimum average grade of C.
Bachelor and Master.
Subject areas covered
All subject areas are covered by the agreement (e.g. Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Studies, Business and Commerce).
Upper secondary school (norsk: videregående skole): Average grade of 4, or
TOEFL: 80 (internet-based test), with a minimum of 20 within writing, or
IELTS: 6.0 (no part under 6).
Recognition of credits
It is required to sign up for 4 units/24 credits to meet the visa requirements.
1-2 free places per year, if NMBU also receive incoming CDU students
Students can take courses in Indigenous Knowledge. Be aware that some 100-level courses can be beneath NMBU's 100-level.
Semester 1: February - June.
Semester 2: July - November.
For studies of longer than three months in duration, a visa is required. Before applying for a visa, it is necessary to receive a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from the host university. A visa can be applied for electronically, with the advantage that a reply can be expected within 48 hours. As of January 2011, the cost for the application was approximately AUD 550.