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  • Australia is the third well-known international student destination within the world.

  • We could be a small country of 24.5 million people, but we are world leaders in education. According to the Center of the University College of London, Australia is expected to soon take over the UK as the world's second most popular study destination after the US. for global higher education.

  • There are currently almost 700,000 international students living in Australia.

  • Since 2017, this has increased by 11% over the number of international students. Our high-quality education, convenient student support services, multicultural society and fantastic lifestyle make Australia an attractive place to study.

  • We have six of the top 100 universities in the world.

  • Compared with Oxford University in the United Kingdom or Harvard University in the United States, our institutions may be relatively young, but they are the best: University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales and Monash University It is one of the top 100 universities in the 2020 World University Rankings by Times Higher Education.

  • We have one of the excellent better schooling structures withinside the world.

  • Australia has an excellent higher education system with more than 22,000 courses in 1,100 institutions. Our system occupies 8th place in the U21 ranking of Universitas 2019 of the national higher education systems and is thus above France, Germany, Norway and Japan.

  • Emphasize students' experience and graduation performance.

  • According to a survey of international students conducted by the Ministry of Education in 2018, international students expressed nearly 90% satisfaction with their lives and experiences studying in Australia.

  • The seven best student cities in the world are in Australia.

  • People are aware that cities in Australia are great places to live and study. However, it is now official! According to "QS Best Student Cities 2019", almost all of our top cities-Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Gold Coast-are among the top 100 student cities in the world.

  • Over $300 million Australian dollars have been invested by The Australian government to provide scholarships to international students. 

  • In 2019, Australia provided more than 3,000 Australian award scholarships and short courses to students from more than 55 countries/regions. You can apply for the scholarship in 2020.

  • Universities in Australia rank among the top 50 in the world in all fields of study.

  • Australia offers the best education in the world in many fields of study. In 2020, the Times Higher Education World University highly praised our institutions in the following fields: arts and humanities, clinical, preclinical and medical, engineering and technical sciences, life sciences, natural sciences, and social sciences.

  • We have more than 2.5 million international alumni who make a global difference.

  • According to data from the Australian International Education Association, 2.5 million international students have graduated from Australian institutions in the past 50 years. These alumni have now become part of a global alumni network with global influence.

  • Our universities have created fifteen upstanding laureates.

  • From the award of the discovery of penicillin in 1945 to the latest award of the International Abolition of Nuclear Weapons Movement in 2017, Australian alumni are succeeder.

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Know how to be creative and agile thinker

Australian universities, faculties and colleges are dedicated to equipping you with sensible abilities and understanding that will help you achieve your preferred industry. As worldwide calls for booms for entrepreneurial and modern thinkers, Australian training vendors have re-engineered their processes to coaching and gaining knowledge to encourage thought-main creativity amongst college students in each discipline.

Australian education providers will educate you with reasonable competencies and theoretical understanding that will help you achieve a fast-changing global and stay agile in unsure times.

Study in a world-ranked institutions 

  • Australia sets international standards for excellent education. The Australian education sector includes world-leading educational institutions, world-class training institutions and excellent support services for teachers and students.

  • If you are looking for objective evidence to prove that Australian universities are indeed world-class universities, you can look at independent global rankings, such as Times Higher Education and QSandShanghai Ranking. These organizations rank Australian universities in the top 100 universities in the world every year.



  • International students are encouraged to dream large at our universities. Every year, students from all over the world graduate with high-quality credentials in almost every sector from our institutions. Employers all over the world seek out Australian graduates, and they always go on to achieve great success.

  • Our colleges and universities have created world-renowned scientists, designers, educators, entrepreneurs, musicians, and humanitarians. Despite the fact that Australia has a limited number of university students, our graduates have led the world in groundbreaking research and growth.

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Did you know that Australian university graduates invented Wi-Fi, penicillin, black box recorder, Earth Hour and cochlear implants and many other inventions?

With an Australian education, you can truly achieve great things. This is due to the fact that we are a leading provider of high-quality education to international students, and our institutions are consistently ranked among the world's top 100 universities. With over 1,100 institutions and 22,000 courses to choose from, international students have an unrivalled range of study options in Australia.

Qualifications that are internationally recognised

  • You can go anywhere in the world with a degree from an Australian education provider.

  • There will be a course that will help you reach your goals at one of Australia's 43 universities.

  • Studying in Australia would improve your job opportunities because Australian graduates are in high demand in any workplace. Employers all over the world recognise an Australian qualification in most sectors.

  • Courses in Australia are updated on a regular basis with feedback from business leaders to insure that your skills and knowledge are up to date, enhancing your ability to compete for jobs.

  • Students can easily progress across the educational system thanks to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). It also makes it simple for countries to recognise your credentials and issue locals with equivalent credentials.

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Quality assurance that is unwavering

  • With a complete Australian regulatory system and quality control system to protect you, you can learn with confidence.

  • Internationally, Australia sets the bar for educational excellence. Our education system is built on a foundation of world-class educational institutions, high-end laboratories, excellent lecturers, and student support services. With a strong government certification and quality control system, you can ensure that you have a first-class university experience. The system was specially developed for international students and has been improved over the years.

  • Universities in Australia are required by regulation to be accredited by regulators in order to protect your interests. In Australia, for example, all higher education providers must complete a rigorous accreditation process to insure that they have the highest quality of teaching and learning. Providers are often subjected to systematic quality assurance assessments on a regular basis.

It's a wonderful place to live and learn.

  • Australia is a welcoming and inspiring study atmosphere that is clean, inclusive, and supportive.

  • Australians are known for their friendliness and openness, as well as their reverence for others' rights and freedoms. Australia has an extremely high standard of living, with education, healthcare, transportation, infrastructure, and government services all far exceeding international averages.

  • Australia is known for its safe living environment because the streets and public spaces of Australian cities provide safety and freedom that are not always present in other parts of the world. In fact, Australia’s urban crime rate is among the lowest in the world. Whether you are in a city or a regional area, your experience in Australia will bring you great rewards.

  • When you study here, you'll be part of a community of hundreds of thousands of students from Australia and around the world, including many from your own country, who are making new friends and exploring new opportunities.

  • Collaboration, we believe, is fundamental to our students' success. You'll collaborate closely with your classmates, scholars, professors, and other faculty members. Placements and internships can help you gain practical industry experience in many ways. Your career and postgraduate study opportunities will be strengthened by this blend of collaboration, mutual learning, and business emphasis.

  • According to a government survey, approximately 87 percent of international students were satisfied or extremely satisfied with their study experience and life in Australia.

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Research and development that has the potential to change the world

Discover ways to become a leader in your field and network with researchers from around the world.

  • Australia has a long tradition of world-class research and development, from the discovery of penicillin in 1945 to the discoveries that contributed to the discovery of the accelerating universe in 2011.

  • Australian institutions' research and development has resulted in breakthroughs that have helped millions of people around the world. A new wave of international cooperation and practical and applied research is being sparked by global collaborations.

  • In the last 18 years, university spending on research and development has doubled. Students in Australia are more mobile, linked, and collaborative than they've ever been. Via researcher exchange programmes sponsored by educational institutions, you can interact with peers all over the world.

  • The Australian government also supports programmes that encourage international collaboration between Australian students, scholars, and their international counterparts.

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You can choose to continue your studies or look for work in Australia or abroad. Whatever you want, we are concerned about your future and will assist you in making the best choice possible. Alumni networks allow you to keep in touch with friends and colleagues, which can be useful for ongoing support and job opportunities.

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Look for a job

The majority of foreign graduates say their time in Australia improved their career prospects. As a result, you can be assured that your studies will prepare you for future success.

However, we agree that your studies should be more than just about obtaining a certificate. It's all about acquiring the necessary skills, knowledge, connections, and experience to succeed in the next stage of your life.


If you choose to remain in Australia


You may be qualified for post-study work to bring your newfound skills to good use and gain local experience. At career fairs, workforce centres, job boards, and business networking activities around the country, education providers and government agencies assist students in connecting with prospective employers.


As you begin your career, the resources, guidance, and opportunities you have access to can be extremely beneficial.


You'll need to apply for a new visa if you want to stay in Australia and work after your existing visa expires. There are many choices available, so figure out which one is better for you. Visit the Department of Home Affairs for more information.


If you decide to work in another country


Employers in Australia and around the world will be interested in hiring you because of your Australian qualifications. Employers around the world recognise and consider an Australian qualification in almost all fields. Universities and colleges in Australia have international networks and will assist you in making contacts with employers in other countries.


Continue your studies in Australia

You may be able to continue your education in Australia and earn a higher degree or pursue a different field of study. If you plan to continue your education, make sure your visa requires it or if you'll need to apply for a new one. If you have a Bachelor's, Master's, or Doctoral degree, you may be eligible for the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa's Post-Study Work stream.


Getting ready to return home


After finishing your degree, you may be eager to return home to see your friends and family. If you are returning to your home country to further your education or work, there are a few things you should do before leaving Australia:


  • Figure out how to transport your things back to your house.

  • Get any test results from your university that aren't part of your academic certification.

  • Recover the security deposit from your rental property.

  • Join a group of alumni.

Many organisations host knowledge sessions or workshops on how to return home and adapt to life outside of Australia. For more details, contact your international student support staff.


Alumni groups are a great way to stay in contact.


With over 500,000 foreign students from 192 countries studying in Australia, we're confident you've made some new friends from all over the world. Alumni groups are the best way to keep in contact with old friends.


Joining an alumni group from your institution can help you wherever your post-graduation path takes you. You can search for and join alumni associations in Australia and your home country based on your specific institution, the course you studied, or other students from your country. Since most organisations and clubs are online, it is simple to participate.


Joining an alumni community will benefit you in the following ways:


Kickstart your career: Former classmates who are now working in your field can be a valuable resource as you begin your career. Via alumni newsletters and magazines, they can provide advice on the industry as well as career opportunities.


Maintain contact: Regular social events encourage you and your former classmates to keep in touch even as you enter the workforce or undertake studies all over the world.


Obtain the assistance you require: Family and friends will warmly welcome you back home, but an alumni network is full of people who have been through similar situations and can offer you encouragement.

Give back: You can mentor former and current students through alumni groups. You can use your knowledge and connections to assist other students in balancing life and school. Being a member of an alumni organisation makes it easy to participate in several charitable and community events.

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