Divers and beautiful country

Australia is well known as one of the most diverse and welcoming nation in the world, with population about 23 million citizens. Nearly half of citizens (47%) were born either overseas or have one parent born overseas. There are more than 260 languages spoken in this country in addition to English, such as Italian, Mandarin, Greek, Arabic, Korean, and Vietnamese.

Australians have happy and friendly attitude toward to diversity. The country has economic growth and stability more than 20 years even though the financial crisis in 2008. It is also seen as a competitive country in the world’s sporting arenas such as AFL, crickets, rugby league, tennis, soccer, golf, and hockey. Australia is famous for its beautiful landscapes as well. It is seen as the biggest island in the world with 17 UNESCO World Heritage sites including Kakadu National Park, Fraser Island, Sydney Opera House, Great Barrier Reef, Lord Howe Island Group, and Tasmania Wilderness.

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World-class education

Australia is not just a great place to live, but also it offers a world-class education. Many scientists, designers, educators, artists, and humanitarians produced from the Australian system have changed the world, winning awards from Oscars to Nobel prizes.

Qualifications in Australia are recognised and sought all over the world. The AQF (Australian Qualification Framework) allows students to easily move through the education system, provides an easy way for other countries to recognise these qualifications.

Australia has the third highest international students, just behind the UK and the US. The country has 7 of the top 100 universities in the world, 5 cities of the 30 best cities based on student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employer activity. The Australian government offers more than AUD 200 million each year for international scholarship that allow many students come and experience the great Australian education system for better future career opportunities. By choosing to study in Australia, you will join hundreds of thousands of students from Australian and all over the world – who are discovering new friends and opportunities in this beautiful country. You will work closely with classmates, researchers, instructors, and other faculty – collaboration is a key part of our students’ successes. And in many cases you can gain practical and hands-on training in the industry in which you are studying. This combination of teamwork, shared learning, and industry focus will provide you with a leading edge for your further studies and career.


Work while you study

Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience in your study area. Most student visas allow you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while your course is in session, and unrestricted hours during any scheduled course break.