Studying in Australia is a fantastic way to boost your education and widen your career prospects.

Australia is a modern, democratic country with great healthcare, excellent educational institutions and a geography that’s like no place else on earth.

Why study in Australia?

See why it’s one of the most popular study destination in the world for international students.

  • unique and diverse place: More than 260 languages are spoken in Australian homes, among which is mainly English, but also Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese and Greek.
  • Biggest island on the Earth: There are more than 500 national parks and around 2,700 conservation areas, represented by everything from wildlife sanctuaries to Aboriginal reserves.
  • six of the world’s top 100 universities: 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.
  • Best higher education systems : Choose among 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions and become a student of some of the best universities in the world – Australian system is ranked 8th in the Universitas 2019 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, and that’s way higher than such educational giants as France, Germany, Norway and Japan.
  • Scholarship Opportunities: The Australian Government has invested over $300 million in scholarships for international students. Only in 2019 Australia offered over 3,000 Australia Awards scholarships and short courses to students from over 55 countries. Be the ones who gets a scholarship in 2020!

Facts about studying in Australia

Australia is the third most popular destination for international students from all around the world.

We might be a small country of only 24.5 million people but we know what good education means. 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 which is 11% more than in 2017. And you can be one of them! High quality of teaching, easy access to student support services, multicultural society and an ever-inspiring lifestyle will make you love Australia as your study destination!

We do care about student experience and graduate outcomes.
Most of the international students in Australia are more than satisfied with their studies and living in the country. In fact, the satisfaction rate is over 90% according to the 2018 Department of Education International Student Survey.

Seven of the best student cities in the world are in Australia.
We have always been sure that our cities are the greatest places to live and study, but now it’s all 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.

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

Let’s be honest – Australia is awesome when it comes to studying and living. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 agrees with that as it rated our institutions highly in oh-so-many fields:

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

The Cost of Studying in Australia

Studying in Australia isn’t as expensive as some other western countries. As an international student, you’ll be expected to pay your tuition fees well in advance for each study period.

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

Cash is always a good thing to have. To support your living and studies, Australian universities offer huge scholarships. Only in 2019 Australia offered over 3,000 Australia Awards scholarships and short courses to students from over 55 countries. Be the ones who gets a scholarship in 2020!

Employment Opportunities in Australia

What about keeping on studying, or finding a job in Australia? Whatever you choose, we care about your future and can support you to make it all as you wish. You can also stay in contact with your friends and peers through alumni networks – not only to hand out, but also to get support and even employment opportunities.

Finding a job

It’s no surprise that the majority of international graduates say their studies in Australia boosted their career opportunities. So you can feel confident your studies will prepare you for future success.
However, we believe your study isn’t just about getting that diploma. It’s also about gaining skills, knowledge, contacts and experience to achieve success in the next chapter of your life.

If you decide to stay in Australia

One of the options open to you is to get a post-study work to practice that knowledge and gain local work experience. There are many organizations that help students connect with potential employers, so make sure you visit all those career fairs, employment hubs, job boards and industry networking events.
Don’t forget that if you are considering staying in Australia 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 and visit the Department of Home Affairs for more information.

If you decide to find a job overseas

With your Australian qualification you will beat the competition and be the most attractive candidate for any position. Australian universities have global networks and can help you get connected with employers overseas.

Wanna study further?

Not ready yet to leave your student years and start working? No worries, we’ve also been there. You can stay in Australia and study further or embark on another field of study. Before making this decision, check whether your visa allows this or if you need to apply for a new one. If you completed a Bachelor’s, Master’s 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 find out what your options are.

Preparing to return home

Homesick? We feel you. Once you’ve finished your degree you might be eager to head home to see your friends and family. There are some important things to do before you leave Australia:

  • Work out how to get your stuff back home.
  • Get any additional exam results which are not part of your degree.
  • Get back the security bond from your rent.

Join alumni organisations

Many institutions run information seminars with advice on returning home and adjusting to life outside of Australia. Ask your international student support staff if they organize something like that.

Staying in touch through alumni groups

With more than half a million international students from 192 countries, we’re sure you’ll make loads of new friends from all around the world. There’s no better way to stay in touch with your former groupmates than through alumni associations.
Wherever your after-university path leads, joining an alumni group from your institution can help you down the track. You can find and join alumni associations in Australia to connect with the people from the course you studied, or other students from your country. Most groups and clubs are online, so it is easy to participate in all their events.

Joining an alumni group will help you:

  • Kickstart your career: Fellow alumni who work in your field can be a great resource when you are just starting out with your career. They can provide you with some insider information from your industry.
  • Keep in contact: Regular social events allow you to stay in touch even as you and your former classmates start new chapters in your lives.
  • Get the support you need: Family and friends are always there for you, but an alumni network is full of people who have share similar experiences and can therefore support you.
  • Give back: Alumni groups give an opportunity of mentoring former and current students. You can use your experience and contacts to help other students navigate through life and study in Australia.

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