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The island state of Australia provides a one-of-a-kind international student experience, with world-class outdoor research possibilities and the purest air in the world. Hobart, Australia's capital city, is the country's rising cultural hub, and its citizens live a green and sustainable lifestyle underneath Mount Wellington's snow-capped peak.

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Population over 244 thousands

The majority of Tasmanians live in Hobart. That's a strong reason to make it your first stop. It also hosts the Rolex Sydney to Hobart, one of the world's most prestigious blue water ocean races. Within a short stroll along a city street-connected pathway, you’ll feel the ever-present being and shadows cast by Kunanyi/Mount Wellington.

Tasmania is home to the University of Tasmania (UTAS) and TasTAFE, offering high-quality programs to over 70,000 students across more than 20 locations. Renowned for excellence in education at all levels, Tasmania excels in fields like Antarctic research, marine sciences, medical science, forestry, and agricultural sciences. Its educational system benefits from a strong tradition of quality and innovation, making it a distinctive place for academic and research pursuits.


The region's reputation for safe, friendly communities, academic excellence, affordable tuition, and an authentic English learning environment contributes to Tasmania having the fastest-growing secondary school sector in Australia. Tasmania is also a global hub for Antarctic science and policy, providing students with unparalleled resources in Antarctic, marine, and maritime studies, including hands-on training and scholarship opportunities. Hobart, a city known for its vibrant arts scene and the famous Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), along with Launceston, offers a unique blend of natural beauty, community spirit, and urban amenities.

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