We welcome international students to study at the Faculty of Science and Information Technology in a great environment for learning. Students from over 60 countries currently study with us, some for one semester and others for full degrees. The high quality of our teaching and learning means our degree programs are internationally accredited, so graduates are ready to undertake rewarding careers in their home countries.
Our Faculty is focused on research and our academics compete internationally for research funds and awards. Most of our lecturers are internationally recognised researchers and some are in the top 200 of their field in the world.
The Faculty of Science and Information Technology has a strong international focus through its partnerships with leading international institutions. The Faculty highly values its collaborative teaching and research agreements with all of our international partners and has established several articulation agreements in key countries including, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea and Vietnam.
Avondale College of Higher Education
East China University of Science and Technology
Huazhong Normal University
Jiangxi Agricultural University
Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology and Chinese Academy of Science
Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Universitas Pelita Harapan
The World Agroforestry Centre - Nairobi
International Medical University
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Universiti Tan Hussein Onn
Ateneo de Manila University
Research and Development Institute of Samoa
University of Fort Hare
Suan Dusit Rajabhat University
Nguyen Tat Thanh University
Nha Trang University
Nong Lam University
Community Outreach Program, Indonesia
Ten students from the Faculty travelled to the Kupang Regency in Indonesia from January 12 to 30, 2014 to take part in community development and engagement with local villages.
The program was run and organised in conjunction with Petra Christian University, the Kupang Regency, Unika Widya Mandura and World Vision.
Students worked with Petra Christian University students in teams and collaborated with members of the local villagers to carry out projects that benefited the community as a whole.