Deakin University is a public educational institution located in Australia and was founded in 1974. It is named after Alfred Deakin and operates in the education, higher education, and university industries. The university has campuses in Melbourne, Geelong, and Burwood, New South Wales.
Deakin University is affiliated with Universities Australia, Australian National Business Schools, and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. As an educational institute, it holds accreditations from CPA Australia, the Australian Computer Society, Engineers Australia, the Department of Education and Training of Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, the Australian Human Resources Institute, and the National ELT Accreditation Scheme Limited.
The university has two subsidiaries: Deakin University School of Law and Deakin University School of Medicine. As of now, Deakin University has been assigned 9 patents.
Deakin University launches low-cost hospital degree to encourage Indian students