Study In Australia

Why Study In The Australia?

Educational institutes of Australia may be relatively young compared with other institutions such as the US’s Harvard & UK’s Oxford but they are up there with the best. The Australian National University, University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, University of New South Wales, University of Queensland, and Monash University are all ranked in the top 100 universities in the World.

Many of our universities moved all courses online in 2019 - 2020 to enable students to continue their studies in a flexible and remote format.

Higher Education Systems In The World

Australia has a new but outstanding higher education system as compared to US or UK. With over 22,000 different courses across 1,100 universities and institutes, our educational system is ranked 8th in U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, in 2019 that was higher than Germany, France, Japan or Norway.

Student Experience & Graduate Outcomes

According to Department of Education International Student Survey, 90% of the international students reports maximum satisfaction for their study and living experience in Australia in 2018.

Recent surveys from the Australia Study have found that over 80% of local students intend to complete their studies in Australia, indicating that they are highly satisfied with the quality of the education they receive.

Get Work Experience While You Study

There are many valuable skills and experiences that you can gain if you choose to study in Australia. What makes Australia a great place to work as an international student?

Australian educational institutions offer education designed to help you succeed in a global workforce. Australian qualifications will make you very attractive to potential employers in Australia, across the country and around the world.

Many Australian professional degrees and courses include work experience and internship programs so you can gain industry work experience and grow your professional network while you study. Once you complete your degree, you may also be eligible to stay and work in Australia.

While you study, you can work up to 20 hours a week during the semester and full time during semester breaks. This can be a great way to find work related to studies or simply pay for your lifestyle in Australia.

Extensive Student Support

Australian educational institutions offer a wide range of student support services to help you adjust to your new life in Australia. Education providers must adhere to strict quality control and government accreditation procedures so you can be sure you'll receive only the best service. In many cities and towns there are dedicated international student support centers, each providing practical advice and support on topics such as legal rights, job skills and opportunities to meet and socialize with other local and international students.

The Australian Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS ACT) framework requires best practice protection of the rights of international students studying in Australia by law.

Globally Recognized Qualifications

Your qualification from an Australian education provider can take you anywhere in the world.

With 43 universities across Australia, there will be a course that can help you achieve your goals.

Studying here will improve your career prospects because Australia graduates are desirable employees in any workplace. In most fields, Australian qualifications are recognized by employers around the world.

Australian courses are constantly updated with input from industry leaders to ensure your skills and knowledge are up to date, enhancing your ability to compete for jobs.

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) allows students to easily navigate the education system. It also provides an easy way for countries to learn their ratings and issue a similar rating for local use.