If your answer is “Yes”, Australia is the destination for you. Australia has a strong and consistent reputation for education across the world. Australia has the lowest crime rates in the world and has been well known for its safe and welcoming communities among international students. Currently, there are nearly 700,000 international students residing in Australia and it has become the third most popular study destination after US and UK.
Australia's qualifications are recognized by employers around the world and students who graduated from Australia are desirable employees in the most workplace. Therefore, experiencing a world-class education and having a certificate from the top-ranking Australian University will boost your career prospects not only in Australia but also in your home country as well as other parts of the world.
Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, and The Gold Coast are well known as great places to live and study and they are also ranked as the best cities in the world for studying abroad according to QS Best Student Cities 2019.
There are over 3,000 Australia Awards Scholarships and short courses available for students from 55 countries in 2019. Over $300 million has been invested in scholarships by the Australian Government.
If you are an undergraduate student, you are officially allowed to work part-time up to 40 hours per fortnight during term time. And if you are studying master's or doctorate, you can work unlimited hours as long as you are meeting the coursework requirements.
There are over 22,000 courses available across 1,100 Australian Institutions and 26 Australian Institutions are in the QS World University Ranking Lists 2022. Among them, 7 of the Institutions are also in the top 100 QS World University Rankings.
|Oakbank Area School
|Ocean View College
|Ogilvie High School
|Orroroo Area School
|Oxford House College (OHC) - Australia
|Oceania College of Technology
|Pacific English Study
|Para Hills High School
|Peter Carnley Anglican Community School - Anglican Schools
|Peter Moyes Anglican Community School
|Plympton International College
|Port Lincoln High School
|Prospect High School
|Parafield Gardens High School
|Perth College of Business and Technology