- Deakin University
Deakin University bụ a ọha mahadum na mkpokọta 50,644 elu-akụziri ụmụ akwụkwọ na 2014. guzosie ike 1974, na University aha mgbe onye ndú nke Australian gọọmenti ije na mba abụọ Prime Minister, Alfred Deakin. Ọ nwere campuses na Geelong, Warrnambool na Burwood, Melbourne na mmụta emmepe na Dandenong, Craigieburn na Werribee, all in the state of Victoria. Ọ na-e chie guzosie ike 1974 na Itie nke Deakin University Act 1974. The sale ofStonnington Mansion provoked public outrage as it involved the mansion which was at risk of redevelopment by property developers. Deakin bụ otu n'ime Australia kasị na-eto eto nnyocha mahadum. Ya jikọtara research ego arịwo elu site A $ 4.5 nde ke 1997 ka A $ 43,4 nde ke 2014.
Site ya burukwa NDỊ n'ọdịnihu, Deakin Aims iji wuo ọrụ nke ga-eme n'ọdịnihu, eji ohere nile dijitalụ afọ iji nwetakwuo ohere agum akwukwu na-eme ka a dị iche na obodo ọ na-eje ozi.
Deakin arụ a aha nke ịbụ inweta, -enye aka na enyi na enyi. Ọ nwere a longstanding ndekọ maka ojiji nke ọnwụ onu ọmụma technology mgbe na-enye ukwuu ahaziri ahụmahụ, ma na ígwé ojii na Deakin si media-ọgaranya campuses ma ọ bụ site a zọpụta nke ígwé ojii na campus mmụta.
Deakin nwere n'elu 53,000 ụmụ akwụkwọ, with almost a quarter choosing to study wholly in the cloud (online).
Deakin e ọdịda a 5-kpakpando fim site prestigious mahadum ranking nzukọ Quacquarelli Symonds (QS); the rating indicates Deakin is world-class in a broad range of areas, nwere ọnwụ onu ụlọ ọrụ na bụ mba na-ede ude nnyocha na izi.
The 2015 Shanghai Jiao Tong Ọmụmụ ọkwa nke World Universities(ARWU) enịm Deakin University otu n'elu 400 mahadum ke ererimbot. The ranking compares the research impact of thousands of academic institutions worldwide and has a particular focus on science. For a young university like Deakin which researches across a full range of disciplines and has strong focus on teaching excellence, ogo egosipụta Deakin si na-aga n'ihu nkwa na-eto eto n'ụwa na-eduga nnyocha.
Deakin ranks 36 na QS ranking nke ụwa mahadum n'okpuru 50 afọ.
Deakin bụ ugbu a na n'elu 3% nke ụwa mahadum nke ọ bụla n'ime atọ isi mba rankingsAcademic ọkwa nke World Universities (ARWU), Times Higher Education na QS World University Rankings.
na 2015 Kacha mma na Research maka Australia (Eyo) ogo, 89% nke Deakin si research e gosiri na ọ bụ n'elu ụwa ọkọlọtọ. Ise nke Deakin si eme nnyocha ka a gụnyere na Thomson Reuters kwa afọ ndepụta nke na-eme nnyocha kasị e zoro aka na agụmakwụkwọ magazin, ranked in the top one per cent of researchers in their field. The listed researchers are: Alfred Deakin prọfesọ David Crawford, Jo salmon, Kylie Naa na Associate prọfesọ Anna Timperio, niile si Deakin si Centre maka Mmega Ahụ na Nutrition Research (C-pan), na Alfred Deakin Prọfesọ Michael Berk, Director nke Centre maka Innovation na uche na nke anụ Health na Clinical Ọgwụgwọ (mmetụta).
Deakin nọgidere na-abụ a ndi oru ndú maka gụsịrị akwụkwọ na afọ ojuju, first in Victoria for the sixth consecutive year in the Australian Graduate Survey (2010-15).
Schools / Colleges / Departments / ọmụmụ / ikike iche
Faculty of Arts and Education
- School of Communication and Creative Arts
- School of Education
- School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Business and Law
- Deakin Business School
- Deakin Law School
Faculty of Health
- School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences
- School of Health and Social Development
- School of Medicine
- School of Nursing and Midwifery
- School of Psychology
Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment
- School of Architecture and Built Environment
- School of Engineering
- School of Information Technology
- School of Life and Environmental Sciences
- Institute of Koorie Education
- Expansion in the 1990s
- Building a University Town
- NDỊ n'ọdịnihu
Deakin University was formally established in 1974 na Itie nke Deakin University Act 1974.
Deakin was Victoria’s fourth university and the first in regional Victoria; it was named after the leader of the Australian federation movement and Australia’s second Prime Minister, Alfred Deakin.
Si ya mmalite, Deakin has been shaped by twin goals:
- a focus on regional Victoria, creating a university for the Geelong region
- a commitment to widening access to university study, in particular through distance education programs.
Deakin University’s first campus was established at Waurn Ponds. The University was the result of a merger between State College of Victoria, Geelong (formerly Geelong Teachers College) and the Gordon Institute of Technology (now the Gordon Institute of TAFE).
Deakin enrolled its first students at the Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus in 1977.
Deakin has been strengthened by a series of successful mergers with strong partners, each of whom has contributed significantly to Deakin’s character and approach.
Australia’s tertiary education system underwent major change following the 1988 White Paper Higher Education: a policy statement, introduced by then Labor Education Minister John Dawkins.
As did most Australian universities at the time, Deakin embarked on a series of mergers. It merged with Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education in 1990, strengthening Deakin’s place in the Western District of Victoria with the Warrnambool Campus.
A merger with most of Victoria College in December 1991, with its campuses in Burwood, Rusden and Toorak, gave the new Deakin a strong metropolitan presence at the Melbourne Burwood Campus.
These mergers enabled Deakin University to grow substantially from a pre-merger student population of approximately 8,000 na 1990 to approximately 25,000 elu-akụziri ụmụ akwụkwọ na 1995.
n the 1990s, there was much debate about the fate of Geelong’s historic but dilapidated Dalgety’s Woolstore. Originally built as woolstores in 1893, the buildings were extensively renovated to create Deakin’s modern and impressive Geelong Waterfront Campus.
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