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The location of each state/territory, and the capital city within each, is
shown on the following map:
The AQF is a unified system of twelve national qualifications, for example
Bachelor Degree, Doctoral Degree, Diploma etc. The AQF is used nationally
within the following educational sectors:
More information about the Australian Qualifications Framework can be found on
the AQF Web Site
Codes ending in 00 are described as not further defined (n.f.d.) codes and are used to assign field of education codes which cannot be coded to any specific detailed field in the classification but can be coded to a higher level of the classification structure.
Codes ending in 99 are allocated to fields of education which may belong to a particular broad or narrow field of education but which do not represent sufficient observations to be a distinct detailed field of education in their own right. These are the other or not elsewhere classified (n.e.c.) categories
If the Foundation Studies option is selected, the results of your course
search will be restricted to only those courses that have been identified as
legitimate foundation studies programs.
A Foundation Studies course is one where the aim of the program is to equip
students with the skills and capabilities to enter the tertiary sector. Upon
successful completion of the program, students will gain entry, but not credit,
to a tertiary level program of study.
Minimum entry requirements:
If the Work Component option is selected, the results of your
course search will be restricted to only those courses that contain any work
For example, if you selected:
the results of the search might be:
If you then clicked on one of the institution names, a list of the courses
offered by that institution (that matched your course search criteria) would be