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WHY CHOOSE HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE AUSTRALIA?

Study in Australia

Located in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia is famous for surfing, kangaroos and warm climate. The country covers an area of 7.69 million square kilometres, making it the 6th largest country in the world. Australia is home to over 25 million people, and is incredibly diverse. Its rich culture and history are founded on its Aboriginal heritage and a blend of vibrant cultures. Australia is a global leader for education. This makes it a popular study destination for international students.

Why Study In Australia?

Australia has a strong and consistent reputation for education across the world. They have one of the world’s highest percentages of higher education qualified population. The country also continues to record high literacy and education rates. Australia boasts a world class education system, offering high quality education for fair tuition fees.

There are 37 government funded universities located in Australia, and 2 private universities. You will also find a number of other specialist higher education institutions. There are 25 Australian institutions in the 2019 QS World University Rankings top 500, 7 of which are in the top 100. The highest ranked of these is The Australian National University, which is placed at 24th. The next highest ranked are the University of Melbourne, which is placed at 39th, and the University of Sydney, which is placed at 42nd.

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Facts about studying in Australia

Australia is the third most popular international student destination in the world.

We might be a small country of 24.5 million people but we’re world leaders in education. Australia is soon expected to take over the UK as the world’s second most popular study destination, just behind the US, according to the University College of London’s Centre for Global Higher Education.

Australia is currently home to nearly 700,000 international students.

That’s an 11% increase in international student numbers from 2017. Our high-quality education, easy access to student support services, multicultural society and fantastic lifestyle make Australia an attractive study destination.

We have six of the world’s top 100 universities.

Our education institutions may be relatively young compared with universities such as the UK’s Oxford or the US’s Harvard but they are up there with the best. The University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales and Monash University were all ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

We have one of the best higher education systems in the world.

Australia has an outstanding higher education system. With over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, our system is ranked 8th in the Universitas 2019 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, higher than France, Germany, Norway and Japan.

10 facts about Australia

An emphasis on student experience and graduate outcomes.

International students report almost 90% satisfaction scores for their living and study experience in Australia according to the 2018 Department of Education International Student Survey.

Seven of the best student cities in the world are in Australia.

We already knew our cities were great places to live and study but now it’s official! According to QS Best Student Cities 2019, almost all of our major cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and the Gold Coast – are in the world’s top 100 student cities.

The Australian Government has invested over A$300 million in scholarships for international students.

Australia offered over 3,000 Australia Awards scholarships and short courses to students from over 55 countries in 2019. You could be eligible for one in 2020.

Our universities rank in the world’s top 50 in a huge range of study areas.

Australia provides world-leading education in many study areas. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 rated our institutions highly in the following fields:

  • Arts & Humanities
  • Clinical, Pre-Clinical & Health
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Life Sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • Social Sciences

We have over 2.5 million international alumni making a global difference.

Over the past 50 years, 2.5 million international students have graduated from Australian educational institutions, according to the International Education Association of Australia. These graduates are now part of a global alumni network that is making an impact around the world.

Our universities have produced 15 Nobel laureates.

From the 1945 prize for the discovery of penicillin to the most recent prize in 2017 for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Australian graduates are high achievers. Will you be Australia’s next Nobel laureate?

Reasons to study in Australia

Discover how to be an innovative, agile thinker

Australian universities, colleges and schools are committed to equipping you with practical skills and knowledge to help you succeed in your chosen industry. As global demand booms for entrepreneurial and innovative thinkers, Australian education providers have re-engineered their approaches to teaching and learning to inspire thought-leading creativity among students in every discipline.

Australian universities, colleges and schools will teach you the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to help you succeed in a fast-changing world and remain agile in uncertain times.

Study at globally ranked institutions

Australia is setting international standards for excellence in education.

The Australian education sector comprises world-leading education institutions, premium training facilities, and outstanding lecturers and student support services.

If you’re looking for unbiased proof that Australian universities truly are world-class, look at independent global rankings such as Times Higher EducationQS and Shanghai Rankings. These organisations consistently rank Australian institutions in the world’s top 100 universities year after year.

Gain work experience while you study

Australian institutions provide an education designed to help you succeed in the global workforce. An Australian qualification will make you very attractive to potential employers in Australia, at home and around the world.

Many Australian degrees and vocational courses include work experience programs and internships so you can gain hands-on industry 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 studying, you can work up to 20 hours per week during the semester and full-time during the semester break. This can be a great way to find study-related work or simply pay for your lifestyle in Australia.

Reasons to study in Australia

Access extensive student support services

Australian institutions offer a huge range of student support services to help you settle into your new life in Australia. Education providers must comply with strict quality control and government accreditation measures so you can be assured you will receive only the best service. In several cities and towns, there are dedicated international student support centres, each offering practical advice and support on issues like legal rights, job skills and opportunities to meet and socialise with other local and international students.

Australia’s Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS ACT) framework enforces by law the best-practice protection for the rights of international students studying in Australia.

Live and study in safety

Australian cities have some of the lowest crime rates in the world, and our streets and public spaces are open and safe. There are many options for accommodation: you can live in purpose-built student villages, homestays, private rentals, share-houses or boarding school accommodation.

Feel welcome in a multicultural society

Australia is a friendly and welcoming country. Our nation values individual freedoms, and the rights of citizens and visitors are protected under a transparent legal system.

We are also a multicultural society with respect for others no matter who they are or where they come from. Did you know almost 30% of Australians are born overseas? This has made our country rich with nationalities and cultures from all over the world.

When you study in Australia, you will join more than half a million international students from 192 countries who have been welcomed into Australian life.

Make the most of Australia’s great outdoors

With a unique mix of thriving cities and regional centres, vast open spaces and spectacular landscapes, it’s no wonder Australia attracts people from all over the world.

The first thing you will notice when you land in Australia is our fresh air and blue skies. We have a long history of protecting the beauty and sustainability of our environment. The result? Clean and sustainable cities and regional centres with plenty of green spaces and relatively low air pollution.

Our diverse natural environment offers a range of experiences – you can relax on our golden beaches, venture into our national parks to see our unique plants and animals, and explore the untamed outback.

Australian institutions also place great importance on teaching students the value of sustainability and how to apply it in all areas of industry.

Enjoy a high standard of living

Australian cities are consistently ranked as some of the most liveable in the world. Our quality of education, healthcare, transport, infrastructure and government services are rated well above international averages.

Australia is a technologically advanced country with a strong, globally competitive economy. You will enjoy all the benefits of high-quality services, transportation and infrastructure in our towns and cities.

Employment opportunities

Our educational institutions make students work-ready and understand what it takes to succeed in the global workforce. An Australian qualification will make you a very attractive potential employee to employers in Australia, at home and around the world.

World-class education

When you study in Australia, you have the opportunity to pursue an outstanding education from leading institutions. Australia’s extraordinary heritage of innovation means your potential for success is boundless.

Our universities encourage international students to think big. Every year, students from around the world graduate from our institutions with high-quality qualifications in almost every field. Australian graduates are sought after by employers worldwide and they often go on to achieve great success.

Our universities have produced leading scientists, designers, educators, entrepreneurs, artists and humanitarians who have made a profound impact on the world. While Australia has a relatively small number of university students, our graduates have been world-leaders in ground-breaking research and development.

Did you know Wi-Fi, penicillin, the black box flight recorder, the Earth Hour initiative and the Cochlear implant, among many other innovations, were all invented by graduates from Australian universities?

You really can achieve great things with an Australian education. That’s because we’re a leading provider of high quality education for international students and our institutions are consistently ranked among the world’s top 100 universities. International students enjoy an unrivalled range of study options in Australia, with more than 1,100 institutions and 22,000 courses to choose from, across every discipline and at every level.

Globally recognised qualifications

Your degree 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 boost your career prospects because graduates from Australia are desirable employees in any workplace. In most fields, an Australian qualification is recognised by employers throughout the world.

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

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) allows students to easily move through the education system. It also provides an easy way for countries to recognise your qualification and issue a comparable qualification for local use.

Uncompromising quality assurance

You can study with peace of mind, thanks to Australia’s well-developed system of regulation, and quality controls designed to protect you.

Australia sets the standard for excellence in education internationally. Our education sector is based on a network of world-leading education providers, premium facilities, outstanding lecturers and student support services. There is a robust system of quality control and government accreditation to ensure you receive a premium university experience. This system was specifically designed for international students and refined over many years.

Under Australian law, universities must be accredited by regulators to ensure your rights are protected. For example, all higher education providers in Australia must complete a demanding accreditation process to ensure they deliver the highest standard of teaching and learning. Providers also undergo regular formal quality assurance audits.

A great place to live and study

Australia is a safe, inclusive and supportive study environment, where you will feel welcomed and inspired.

Australians have a reputation for being friendly and welcoming, with an open and informal approach to life, while also showing respect for the rights and freedoms of others. Australia has a very high standard of living, with the quality of education, healthcare, transport, infrastructure and government services all well above international averages.

Australia has a reputation as a safe place to live, with the streets and public spaces of Australian cities offering security and freedom not always found in other parts of the world. In fact, Australian cities have some of the lowest crime rates in the world. Whether you’re in a city, town or regional area, your Australian experience will be hugely rewarding.

When you study here, you will join hundreds of thousands of students from Australia and around the world – including many from your home country – who are discovering new friends and exciting opportunities.

We believe collaboration is key to our students’ success. You will work closely with classmates, researchers, instructors and other faculties. In many cases, you can gain hands-on industry experience through placements and internships. This combination of teamwork, shared learning, and industry focus will strengthen your career and postgraduate study prospects.

A government survey found around 87% of international students were satisfied or very satisfied with their study experience and life in Australia.

World-changing research and development

Discover opportunities to become an innovator in your field, and connect with international researchers.

From the discovery of penicillin in 1945, to observations which led to the discovery of the accelerating universe in 2011, Australia has a long history of world-class research and development.

Research and development by Australian institutions have led to innovations that have benefited millions worldwide. Global partnerships are inspiring a new wave of international collaboration and practical and applied research.

University spending on research and development has doubled in the past 18 years. Australian students are more mobile, connected and collaborative than ever before. You can connect with your peers around the world through researcher exchange programs promoted by education providers.

The Australian Government also funds programs which promote global connections between Australian students, researchers and their international peers.

After graduation

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Australia is one of the most popular destinations for international students seeking a world-class education experience – and Australia has alumni from every corner of the globe.

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Employment

Australian qualifications will make you an attractive employee, not just at home, but in Australia and around the world.

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You might decide to keep on studying, or find a job in Australia or overseas. Whatever you decide, we care about your future and can support you to make the right decision. You can also stay in contact with your friends and peers through alumni networks – useful for ongoing support and employment opportunities.

Finding a job

The majority of international graduates say their studies in Australia were a real advantage for their career. So you can feel confident your studies will prepare you for future success.
However, we believe your study isn’t just about gaining a qualification. It’s also about gaining skills, knowledge, contacts and experience to achieve success in the next phase of your life.

After-Graduation

If you decide to stay in Australia

You may be eligible to undertake post-study work to put your newly gained knowledge to use and gain local work experience. Education providers and government bodies help connect students with potential employers at careers fairs, employment hubs, job boards and industry networking events in every state and territory. The support, advice and opportunities you access can be a real advantage as you launch your career.

If you are considering staying in Australia and working after your current visa expires, you’ll need to get a new visa. There are a number of options, so work out what’s best for your situation. For more information, visit the Department of Home Affairs.

If you decide to find a job overseas

Your Australian qualification will make you an attractive employee to employers at home and around the world. In most fields, an Australian qualification is recognised and accepted by employers worldwide. Australian universities and colleges have global networks and can help you make connections with employers overseas.

Continue studying in Australia

You might be able to keep studying in Australia to gain a higher qualification or embark on another field of study. If you decide to undertake further study, check whether your visa allows this or if you need to apply for a new visa. If you completed a Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree, you could be eligible for the Post-Study Work stream of the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa.

Refer to the Department of Home Affairs to check your visa conditions and find out what your options are.

Preparing to return home

Once you’ve finished your degree you might be eager to head home to see your friends and family. If you go home to do further study or work, there are some important things to do before you leave Australia:

  • Work out how to ship your belongings home.
  • Get any exam results which are not part of your academic qualification from your institution.
  • Claim the security bond from your rental accommodation.
  • Join alumni organisations.

Many institutions run information sessions or seminars with advice on returning home and adjusting to life outside of Australia. Ask your international student support staff for more information.

Staying in touch through alumni groups

With more than half a million international students from 192 countries studying in Australia, we’re sure you’ll have made some new friends from around the world. There’s no better way to stay in touch than through alumni associations.

Wherever your post-graduation path leads, joining an alumni group from your institution can help you down the track. You can find and join alumni associations in Australia and back home based on your particular institution, the course you studied, or other students from your country. Most groups and clubs are online, so it is easy to be an active member.

Joining an alumni group can help you:

  • Kickstart your career: Fellow alumni who work in your field can be a great resource when you are establishing your career. They can provide guidance on your industry and information about potential jobs through alumni newsletters and publications.
  • Keep in contact: Regular social events allow you to stay in touch even as you and your former classmates join the workforce or pursue study around the world.
  • Get the support you need: Family and friends will welcome you at home, but an alumni network is full of people who have shared similar experiences and can support you.
  • Give back: Alumni groups enable you to mentor former and current students. You can use your experience and contacts to help other students navigate life and study. Alumni groups organise many charity and community activities, so being a member makes it easy to take part.

About Australia

Australia is one of the most welcoming and diverse countries. Almost half of the population were either born overseas or have at least one parent born overseas. There are over 260 languages being spoken in homes across Australia! It will be a privilege to study and live within such a diverse society.

Australia is known for being the oldest, flattest and driest inhabited continent, and is a megadiverse country. This is due to its vast range of landscapes and habitats for plants and animals. As well as the rainforests, mountain ranges, and deserts, there are also many modern and developed cities and towns. These cities are home to a variety of tourist attractions and facilities that will be enjoyable for many different people. You will find that you are able to live a metropolitan life in the city, as well as taking in the beautiful scenery of the coast and inland areas.

Cost of Studying and Living in Australia

The currency used in Australia is the Australian Dollar (A$) or AUD.

The tuition fees you will be charged for study in Australia will depend on more than one variable. One of these is your home country, and the other is whether you choose to study at a public or private institution. Private higher education institutions are likely to charge more for their courses.

If you are a domestic student, you will not be liable to pay a full tuition fee for your course. This means that you will pay a smaller amount towards your institution fees, and the remaining amount is paid by the Australian government. The student contribution will differ depending on where you choose to study. For information about how much you will be expected to contribute as the student, please contact the specific institution you are interested in applying to.

If you are an international student, you will be liable to pay a full tuition fee for your course. For an undergraduate bachelor degree, this can be between A$15,000 and A$33,000. For a masters degree, this can be between A$20,000 and A$37,000. For a doctoral degree, this can be between A$14,000 and A$37,000. These tuition estimates do not account for higher value courses, such as veterinary science or medicine. For fee information about these types of course, please visit the institution website. You might also be interested in an international scholarship, which could help to fund your studies and living costs. These might be offered by Australian universities, or by an independent funding body.

If you wish to study an English language programme, you can expect to pay around A$300 per week, depending on the length of your course. If you are applying for a vocational course, for example Certificates I to IV, Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, you should expect to pay between A$4,000 and A$22,000 depending on the level at which you will be studying.

Another cost that international students need to be aware of is health insurance. You will need to have adequate health insurance cover for the duration of your studies in order to obtain a student visa. The specific type of cover needed for Australia is called Overseas Student Health Cover (OHSC). You can see a comparison of different policies and their prices here: https://oshcaustralia.com.au/en

You may also choose to purchase a private health insurance policy to cover the things that the OHSC does not. This is not mandatory, but it is worth considering in order to make your time in Australia enjoyable.

In order to fund your studies, you are able to work part-time. If you are studying for an undergraduate degree, you are able to work up to 40 hours per fortnight during term-time. If you are studying for a masters or doctorate degree, you are allowed to work unlimited hours, as long as you are meeting your coursework requirements. If you have to take part in a mandatory work placement for your degree, this does not count towards your 40 hours per fortnight.

Visas

In order to study in Australia, you will need to obtain a student visa. With a student visa, you will be permitted to study for up to five years, at a recognised higher education institution. To be eligible to apply for a visa, you will need to be enrolled in a higher education course in Australia. If you will be under the age of 18 when you commence your studies, you will need to provide information about your living and welfare arrangements. It is also important that you have made arrangements for adequate health cover for the duration of your stay. Your institution will be able to provide more information about health insurance and the correct health cover for you.

If there is any change in your circumstances, it is important that you inform your institution. If you do not, it is possible that your visa can be revoked, and you will have to leave Australia to restart the application process.

Each person has a different case, therefore requirements and processes vary for everyone. You are recommended to read about visas here:
https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-finder/study

Language

Although Australia has no official language, its national language is English. You will also hear a variety of different languages being spoken throughout the country.

Most courses are taught in English, and it is likely that you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as part of the entry requirements. The level of language proficiency will depend on where you choose to study. If you do not meet the required standard for you course, it is common for institutions to offer English language courses to help you improve.

If your native language is not English, you should make the most of your opportunity to learn the language as you study. Communicating with the locals and other students is the perfect way to practice. This is a skill that will look great on your CV/resume.

Study In The Most Attractive Cities In Australia

Sydney

The largest city in Australia, Sydney is home to over 5 million people. Due to the nature of Australia and its population distribution, Sydney is the residence of around 65% of the country’s population. Due to its Indigenous Australian history, the city is particularly rich in Aboriginal archaeological sites.

Located in the city are several higher education institutions. This includes the country’s first university, the University of Sydney. As well as this, you will also find the University of New South Wales, the University of Technology Sydney, and Western Sydney University.

Melbourne

The capital city of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is home to around 4.9 million people. Founded in 1835, the city now boasts many of the country’s cultural attractions. These include the National Gallery of Victoria and the Royal Exhibition Building. As well as this, Melbourne is known as the birthplace of Australian Rules football.

There are seven higher education institutions located in the city. These include the University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Victoria University, La Trobe University, Deakin University, Monash University, and the Swinburne University of Technology.

Brisbane

Capital city of the state of Queensland, Brisbane is home to around 2.5 million people. It is among the oldest cities in Australia, and was founded on the ancient homelands of the indigenous Turrbal and Jagera peoples. The city of Brisbane is famous for its distinct Queenslander architecture, and is a popular tourist destination.

You will find several universities located in the city. These include the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Griffith University, and James Cook University. As well as these, there is a number of higher education institutions also located in Brisbane. These include JMC Academy, the Australian College of Natural Medicine, and the Jazz Music Institute.

Adelaide

The capital city of the state of South Australia, Adelaide is home to over 1.3 million people. The city is home to over 75% of the South Australian population, making it the most centralised population of any state in Australia. It has long been referred to as the ‘City of Churches’, which is a comment on its diversity of religions. Adelaide is known to have a high quality of life, and hosts many festivals, sporting events, and other cultural events.

Located in the city of Adelaide you will find a number of higher education institutions. These include both public and private universities. The University of Adelaide, the University of South Australia, and Torrens University Australia are all located in the city.

Perth

The capital city of the state of Western Australia, Perth is home to a population of 2.04 million. This makes it the fourth-most populous city in Australia. It has been recognised as a Beta World City since 2010, and is one of the world’s most liveable cities.

Located in the city are several universities, both public and private. These include the University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Murdoch University, and Edith Cowan University. The University of Notre Dame is the only private university in the city of Brisbane.