Due to the high quality education system on offer, Australia plays host to over half a million international students. Many courses are available to choose across Universities, TAFE, Colleges, Vocational Institutes, English Colleges and International Schools. 12 of these academic institutions made it into the world’s top 200 universities in the world in 2008. Read more about the Australian Education System.
There are numerous university options available in all Australian states, key cities and in some more remote regional locations. Australian Government regulations require international students to establish their place of residence, course and method of funding when choosing to study in Australia
. Check with the Australian Embassy in your home country to confirm enrollment procedures, health cover and Student Visa requirements.
The main language spoken in Australia is English, however, over one million people from Asian descent reside in Australia plus immigrants from all over Europe. Thanks to this diversity in backgrounds, it is no wonder that so many other languages are spoken in Australia including Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Indonesian, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, German, French and many more.
Why study in Australia?
Whilst in Australia, there’s no reason why you should spend all your time just studying. We are firm believers in studying hard and chilling out during the semester breaks. Take advantage of Australia’s famous unspoiled beaches, the outback, skiing in the winter, rain forests, diverse cuisines, Australia arts, sporting events and both cultural and music festivals.
Among global surveys, Australia is always rated in the top five countries in the world as a preferred study destination by international students. What are the reasons that result in students choosing Australia over other countries? Read more about the reasons of Why Study in Australia.
Your study options in Australia
The Australian Education System has four main types of educational institutions that accept enrollments from international students at a tertiary level. These institutions include:
- Vocational Education;
- Training Institutions; and
- English Language Schools.
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in one of Australia's best academic institutions.
For information on studying in Australia, visit your preferred university website and search for their 'studying abroad services' or speak with the Australian Embassy in your home country.