Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics

The Faculty of ESTEM, through its expertise in the unique mix of its disciplines of Education, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, is committed to innovation and  leadership in national and international ESTEM research and pedagogy. 

    The Faculty realises this vision by:

  • Designing, implementing and evaluating innovative and effective approaches to ESTEM teaching and learning for people of all ages
  • Undertaking applied disciplinary and inter-disciplinary research on ESTEM phenomena and matters of significance to the professions, communities and society
  • Engaging with institutional, local, national and international partners to lead change that enhances ESTEM teaching and learning,  identifies and addresses research priorities in ESTEM and influences as well as adapts to emerging scientific, technological and educational challenges 

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Important Dates

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  • Date – to be announced

    Winter Welcome

  • Monday, 1st Aug 2016

    Semester 2 Orientation Week begins

  • Friday, 5th Aug 2016

    Last Day to apply for admission via direct application for Semester 2 2016

Alumni Scholarships

We are offering scholarships to our valued Alumni to continue your education in 2016.

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