Study in Australia


Why study in Australia?

  1. According to the QS World University Rankings, Australia has 7 universities in the Top 100. Only the UK and the US have a higher number of universities in the top 100.
  2. Twenty-six Australian universities feature in the top 700. In total there are 43 universities in Australia.
  3. According to the 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Educational Systems, Australia has the world’s 8th best university system ahead of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan.
  4. Indian 12+3 education system (SSC plus 3 years of graduation) is acceptable for master’s courses in Australia, unlike in the US where a total of 16 years of education is required in a majority of the universities.
  5. According to Top University Rankings (2012), there are 5 Australian cities in the Top 30 Best Student Cities in the world based on student mix, affordability, quality of life and employer activity.
  6. Australia has a strong and large Indian diaspora which makes it easier for Indian students to become a part of Australian life.
  7. The Australian government strongly encourages foreign students to choose Australia as a study destination, and provides over A$200 million annually for scholarships.
  8. This country has produced 15 Nobel laureates.
  9. Australia is a research-intensive country. A$2.9 billion have been set aside to fund research and A$140 million to establish federal fellowships and attract international researchers.
  10. Education sector is a top earner of foreign exchange in Australia, next only to coal, mining and tourism. This shows the extent of internationalisation and cosmopolitan nature of Australian education.
  11. It is a land of vibrant nightlife, surfing, beaches and spectacular wildlife. It is also bohemian, creative, intellectual and open-minded.
  12. Flexible pathways available like undertaking an English language preparation course (ELICOS) or enrolling into a vocational/training course.
  13. Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) gives you flexibility in the choice of courses and also ensures your college/degree is government accredited and genuine.
  14. Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) monitor quality, and regulate university and non-university higher education providers.
  15. Student rights are protected by law under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS).

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