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International Centres of Excellence

In 2004 the Australian Government provided funding for the establishment of five International Centres of Excellence.

The Centres help uphold Australia's international reputation as a provider of quality education by showcasing our science, education and administrative capabilities. Through collaboration with organisations in Australia and around the world, the Centres enhance Australia's skill base and research excellence.

The five Centres are:

International Centre of Excellence in Asia Pacific Studies and the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, located at the Australian National University in Canberra (iceaps.anu.edu.au);

International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education, located at the Cooperative Research Centre in Sustainable Tourism at Griffith University (www.the-ice.org);

International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics was established by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute, based at the University of Melbourne (www.ice-em.org.au);

International Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Management was established by a consortium of eight members representing universities and industry, operating as WaterEd Australia. The Centre is based at the University of Adelaide (www.icewarm.com.au); and

International Centre of Excellence in Sports Science and Management was established by a partnership between the University of Sydney, the University of Technology Sydney, and the Sydney Olympic Park Authority. The Centre is based at Sydney Olympic Park (www.sportedu.org).

 

 
     
 
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