University Committments

Beat Australia continues to be committed to offering international universities, colleges, the school sector and private training organisations a gateway to and from Asia, a rapidly changing region where opportunities for growth are endless and relationships are made for life.

From its humble beginnings Beat Australia has built strong and lasting relationships with a number of high profile education organisations.

Griffith University

Since opening its doors in 1975, Griffith University has come to be regarded as one of Australia’s most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the most influential universities in the Asia-Pacific region.

Beat Australia has a long history with Griffith University including several of its members having worked at the University and we continue to provide assistance and services when required.

Kokushikan University

The origins of Kokushikan University lie in the Kokushikan private academy, founded in Tokyo’s Azabu district in 1917. Kokushikan, which now has over 146,000 alumni active in all spheres of society, will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2017.

Since its formation Beat Australia has assisted Kokushikan University in the development of short course training programs for teachers of English within and beyond the university.

Tenri University

Founded in 1925, Tenri University now boasts over 30,000 alumni who have benefited from its educational goals of enhancing each student’s potential through the humanistic teachings of the Tenrikyo religion.

Beat Australia is proud to have provided specialised TOEFL training programs focusing on the speaking and listening sections of the TOEFL Test.