- University o te Tai Sunshine
University o te Tai Sunshine
te University o te Tai Sunshine Kei te te whare wānanga tūmatanui e hāngai ana i runga i te Tai Sunshine i Queensland, Ahitereiria. Ka whakatuwheratia i roto i 1996 rite te Sunshine Coast University College ki 524 ngā ākonga, I whakaingoatia te reira i te University o te Tai Sunshine i roto i 1999. Rite i wāhanga 1 2015 ko te tinana ākonga 12,000. Mō 100 kiromita (60 mi) raki o Brisbane, te wānanga ko te 100-heketea (250-eka) rāhui me te ao kararehe, tata i te awa Mooloolah National Park.
Paetahi me te paerunga (coursework me te tohu teitei i te rangahau) E patua hōtaka i roto i te aravihi e rua (Toi me te Pakihi; pūtaiao, hauora, Mātauranga me te Engineering), ki te nuinga o te rangahau o te whare wānanga arotahi i roto i te rua ngā wāhi matua, whakapūmautanga me te whai wāhi rohe. Te whare wānanga hoki tuku hōtaka paetahi rua i roto i te taha ki te Institute o te TAFE Sunshine Coast. E wehea ngā wāhanga Ako ki whitu nga pekanga: Pakihi ko Hangarau Pārongo, Communication me te Hoahoa, Mātauranga, hauora, Humanities me Sciences Social, Ture ko Pūtaiao me te Engineering. Te wāhi Ture ako kei raro whanaketanga, ki te rōpū tuatahi ki te waiho wāhanga 1, 2014
whakarārangitia te whare wānanga i runga i te Commonwealth Rēhita o Institutions me Kōhi mō ngā ākonga tāwāhi.
He ākonga i te pokapū o to tatou mahi ako me te whakaako. As a result USC is the only public University in Queensland to earn five stars for teaching quality in the Good Universities Guide annually since 2007.*
whakarato tatou i to tatou ākonga ki urutomo, tautoko whaiaro i roto i te taha ki te hōtaka e tukua ratou whai wāhitanga fe'unga ki ngā ki o ratou ako, tikanga me te hapori, tae atu te mahi ngātahi te ako, rakahinonga, and overseas study opportunities.
kura / Colleges / tari / Ngā Kōhi / aravihi
- Pakihi, IT and tourism
- Creative industries, design and communication
- Engineering and science
- hauora, nursing and sport sciences
- Humanities, psychology and social sciences
- Law and criminology
- Uni pathways and preparation
The first discussions about a university for the Sunshine Coast region began in 1973. i roto i te 1989, the Australian federal government approved its establishment. I te 1 Hōngongoi 1994 the Queensland Parliament passed the Sunshine Coast University College Act 1994.
whakapumautia te whare wānanga i roto i 1994 and opened in 1996, rite te Sunshine Coast University College. The University of the Sunshine Coast Act 1998 was passed in Queensland Parliament on 19 November of that year, legislating the independent status of the university. The university changed to its current name of the University o te Tai Sunshine i roto i 1999. It was created by the Australian government to serve the growing population of the Sunshine Coast region, raki o Brisbane, in Queensland. The University of the Sunshine Coast is the first greenfields university established in Australia since 1971.
The inaugural Vice-Chancellor was Professor Paul Thomas, AM, who took office with effect from 1 January 1996, having spent an earlier period as Planning President. Ian Kennedy,AO, a pastoralist, was an early Chancellor.
The student body has grown consistently since the university opened in 1996 with an intake of 524 ngā ākonga. i te 2012 semester 1 census, i te whare wānanga 8,139 ngā ākonga (te hua o 4.8% i runga i 2011).
The university introduced paid parking at its Sippy Downs campus from February 2013, a move that garnered a negative response from some students and staff. Of the university’s 2,400 parking spaces, āhua 450 (located 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) from the centre of campus) remain as free parking.
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