Universities in the NT

Studying in the NT provides you with quality education, boundless employment opportunities, and the chance to live and work in a community close to so many spectacular locations.

Charles Darwin University

Apply your passion for tackling real-world challenges in public health, nursing, exercise and sport, psychology or social work, and focus on research and practice in the areas of Indigenous, tropical, local and global health at Charles Darwin University.

Flinders University NT

Flinders NT runs a medical program and provides student placement and workforce support through the Remote and Rural Interprofessional Placement Learning NT. It also co-manages[AA1] the Centre for Remote Health and manages other initiatives including the Poche Centre for Indigenous Health in Alice Springs.

Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

The Batchelor Institute sits uniquely in the Australian educational landscape as the only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dual-sector tertiary education provider.

Online study

There are other ways to complete university study, including online university courses. You can find a range of flexible options on Open Universities Australia.

University Rural Health Clubs

Rural health clubs have a multi-disciplinary focus. They run activities to help their student members learn more about rural health. The rural health clubs in the NT are:

Students Association for Rural and Remote Health
Central Australian Remote and Aboriginal Health Club
You can find out about clubs in other states on the National Rural Health Student Network website.