|bachelor of science (bs / bsc)||AU$38,170 - AU$102,129|
|Bachelor of Business (BB)||AU$38,809 - AU$161,488|
|Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)||AU$42,000 - AU$195,293|
|bachelor of engineering (beng / be)||AU$45,302 - AU$99,329|
|bachelor of arts (BA)||AU$64,250|
|Bachelor of Technology (BT / BTech)||AU$50,000|
|Advanced Diploma (AD)||AU$55,757|
|Bachelor of Visual Arts (BVA)||AU$72,742|
|Master of Mass Communications (MMC)||AU$72,742|
|Bachelor of Education (BEd)||AU$116,250|
|Certificate (Cert), Business Administration||AU$75,000|
|Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS / BApS)||AU$45,786|
Country: Australia | Currency: AUD | Updated: 19 Aug 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 123
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