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Why Study in Australia ?


Explore how to be an innovator

Australian universities, colleges and schools are dedicated to equipping you with practical skills and experience to help you excel in the industry of your choosing. Australian education providers have re-engineered their approaches to teaching and learning to encourage thought-leading innovation among students in every discipline as global demand booms for entrepreneurial and innovative thinkers.

Learn at institutions ranked globally

Australia is developing international standards for education excellence.

The Australian education sector includes world-leading institutions of education, premium training facilities, and exemplary programs for lecturers and student support. Look at independent global rankings such as Times Higher Education,QS or Shanghai ranking, if you are searching for unbiased evidence that Australian universities really are world-class,

 

Gain experience at work when you study

Many Australian degrees and vocational courses provide programs and internships for work experience so that you can gain hands-on experience in the industry and develop your professional network while you study. You may also be able to stay and work in Australia after you complete your degree.s,

You can work up to 20 hours a week during the semester while studying and full-time during the semester break. This can be a perfect way to find jobs related to studies or simply pay for your Australian lifestyle.

 

Get access to robust student support programs

To help you settle into your new life in Australia, Australian institutions provide a wide variety of student support services. Providers of education must comply with stringent quality management and government accreditation measures so that you can be confident that only the best service will be offered. There are specialist international student support centres in many cities and towns, each providing practical advice.

Live and study in security,

Some of the lowest crime rates in the world are in Australian cities, and our streets and public spaces are free and clean. There are many accommodation options: you can live in purpose-built student villages, homestays, private rentals, shared houses, or accommodation in boarding schools.

In a multicultural community, feel welcome

Australia is a country that is peaceful and welcoming. Our nation values individual liberty, and under an open legal system, the rights of residents and tourists are secured.

No matter who they are or where they come from, we are all a multicultural community with reverence for others. Did you know that almost 30% of Australians are born abroad? This has made our country rich with nationalities from all over the world and cultures.

 

Make the most of the great outdoors in Australia

It's no wonder Australia draws people from all over the world with a remarkable blend of vibrant cities and regional centres, vast open spaces and stunning landscapes.

You can relax on our golden beaches, travel into our national parks to see our rare plants and animals, and discover the untamed outback. Our rich natural environment provides a variety of experiences.

Australian institutions also attach great importance to teaching students the significance of sustainability in all fields of business and how to apply it.

 

Enjoy an exceptional standard of living

Australian towns are regularly ranked as some of the world's most liveable. Education, healthcare, transport, infrastructure and government services are ranked well above international averages for our efficiency.

Australia is a country with a solid, globally competitive economy that is technologically advanced. In our towns and cities, you can enjoy all the advantages of high quality utilities, transportation and infrastructure.

 

Opportunities for jobs

Our educational institutions make students ready for work and understand what it takes in the global workforce to succeed. In Australia, at home and around the world, an Australian qualification would make you a very desirable future employee to employers.

 

 

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 States of Australia


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New South Wales


NSW is home to world-class universities, vocational institutions and research organizations which deliver cutting edge, industry-relevant education that launches domestic and international students into careers of choice. Its education system offers a wide range of courses and degrees and enjoys a strong global reputation for internationally respected qualifications, high quality research and teaching, cultural diversity and a safe study environment.

 
Lifestyle

You can create a home in New South Wales with it's cosmopolitan, cultured communities  and in order to enjoy some of the world's highest standards of living. You can choose between buzzing suburbs on the beachside, leafy family communities and small farming cities.

NSW is the most multicultural state in Australia, where more than 200 distinct languages are spoken and people are polite and welcoming.You can find social and support networks of communities from several different cultures and religions, irrespective of where you come from or where you decide to settle.

Opportunities here

Moving in the state of NSW will open the Gates for the following applicable visas like:

  • 189,190,194 visa options
Cost of Living

NSW is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the state of NSW..

  • Rent: $250
  • Transport:$54
  • Food:$73
  • Personal:$70
  • Clothing:50$
  • Spending Money:$50

 

Total: $547 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the State of NSW are as follows:

  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Primaryu Education
  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Nursing ( South Western Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Communication and Media
  • Bachelor of Exercies Science
  • Bachelor of HEalth and Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Social Science
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor/Master of Teaching
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the State of NSW are as follows:

  • Western Sydney Unviersity
  • The University of New Castle
  • Universtiy of Wollongong
  • Macquarie University
  • Charles Sturt University

Population

7.544 million

Job Opportunities

♦ Psychiatrist
♦ Surgeon
♦ Mining engineer

Cost of Living

$25,900 per year

Top Universities

♦  Western Sydney University

♦  University of Wollongong

♦  University of New Castle

Top Courses

♦ Engineering
♦ Computer Science
♦ Education
♦ Nursing

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Queensland


The only state with a major international network with representation in 17 cities around the world along with easy access from your home country which is the only state with three major international airports – Gold Coast, Brisbane and Cairns  and half price local transport concessions for international students on accredited courses

 
Lifestyle

Queensland has warm and sunny weather with the vast majority of the state receiving an average of 8 to 9 hours of sunshine every day.Queensland has 5 of Australia’s 11 World Heritage sites and is home to many famous landmarks including the world famous Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, countless islands from the Whitsunday’s to Fraser Island and more than 200 national parks.

Queensland is a leader in research with nine major research centres in Mining and Energy, over 40 major research centres in Health and Medical, 18 major research centres in Environment and Nature, 14 in Food and Agriculture, 9 in ICT and Multimedia 7 in Defence, Aviation and Spaceand 20 in Manufacturing and Designfor children of PhD students and 576 visa holders.

Opportunities here

Moving in the State of QLD will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Post Study Work Visa Subclass(485)
  • Regional Provisional visa subclass(491)
  • QLD is more accessible than Sydney or Melbourne. It is also less crowded, so without all the fuss of crowds and pricey rentals, you will enjoy being in exotic tropical surroundings.
Cost of Living

 Darwin is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Darwin .

  • Accomodation: $198
  • Transport $38
  • Food:$73
  • Personal:$30
  • Clothing:$30
  • Entertainment:$23
Total: $392 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the State of  Queenslandare as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Darwin are as follows:

  • Griffth University
  • University of Southern Queensland
  • Central Queensland University
  • University of the Sunshinecoast
  • James Cook University

Population

5.071 million

Job Opportunities

♦ Registered Nurses
♦ Software Developers
♦ Carpenters

Cost of Living

$400 to $750 per wee

Top Universities

♦ James Cook University
♦ Griffith University 
♦ University of Southern Queensland

Top Courses

♦ Bachelor of Information Technology

♦ Master of Computer Science

♦ Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

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Victoria


Victoria is rated the world’s most livable state and is known for its cosmopolitan, multicultural communities and excellent cultural, food, fashion and entertainment activities and destinations In 2012, QS ranked Melbourne as one of the world’s four leading student cities along with Paris, London and Boston. The criteria included quality of living, reputation of the city’s universities, the student mix, employer activity, and affordability.

 
Lifestyle

Victoria boasts a concentration of education and research infrastructure that is unrivalled in the region. Ten world-leading universities have cutting-edge facilities, academic staff with international experience, and outstanding student services. It has 5 of Australia’s top 20 universities, one of the world’s top 30, and 2 universities in the world’s top 100.

High quality vocational education and training institutions offer industry relevant, practical training and skills development in close connections with industry that ensures graduates have the skills demanded by employers. VET and university institutions also work together to create credit pathways that increase entry and exit points for students and have the advantage of dual qualifications and smoother transition into higher education studies.

It is laid back, but there is always everything you need, a tafe, a great college, good hospitals, great public and private schools, and great beaches to top it all. In 2012, QS ranked Melbourne as one of the world’s four leading student cities along with Paris, London and Boston. The criteria included quality of living, reputation of the city’s universities, the student mix, employer activity, and affordability.

 

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the State of Victoria will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) subclass 491 visa
  • Skilled Independent (Subclass 189) visa
  • Skilled- Nominated visa ( subclass 190) visa

Victoria has a vibrant culture, friendly and supportive individuals, halal food, protection and convenient access to Melbourne and the great coastline along the great ocean path.

International students will get extra 5 points for studying regional area.

 

Cost of Living

Victoria is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student.

  • Accommodation:$225

  • Transport:$38

  • Food: $73
  • Personal: $24
  • Clothing:$30
  • Entertainment :$18
Total: $408 per Week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Geelong are as follows:

  • Nursing
  • Construction
  • Healthcare
  • Information Technology
  • Automotive
  • Education
  • Teaching
  • Engineering
  • VET
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the State of Victoria are as follows:

  • Deakin University
  • Swinburne University of Technology
  • Victoria University
  • Federation University

Population

6.359 million

Job Opportunities

♦ Civil project engineers

♦ Early childhood educator

♦ Software programmer

♦ Registered nurse

Cost of Living

$2,835 per month

Top Universities

♦ Deakin University
♦ Swinburne University
♦ Victoria University

Top Courses

♦ Arts

♦ Biomedicine

♦ Nursing

♦ Health Science

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Australian Capital Territory


ACT is a much quieter place to live in than you might expect for a city with 400,000 people. The efficient road network means people can quickly get out of Civic (the CBD) and into suburbs spreading for tens of kms in all directions. The suburban areas are quite self sufficient. Every suburb has a mini shopping complex.

 
Lifestyle

Canberra is an easy place for living and learning, and is famous for its museums, nightlife, tourism attractions and universities. Different educational institutions and world-class academic centers are also situated here, making it the perfect choice for many international students.

The relaxed lifestyle, the amazing variety of small businesses, the stunning natural scenery and the lively atmosphere all make for a spot where, while still in your home town, you could feel like you are on vacation.

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Canberra will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Regional Provisional visa subclass(491)
  • Skill Nominate Visa Subclass (190)
  • Matrix System
  • With a high quality of living, but lower prices than Sydney or Melbourne, Canberra is an affordable research destination. Your living costs in Canberra can vary according to your preferences, lifestyle decisions and spending habits, much as every other city.
Cost of Living

ACT is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Canberra.

  • Accomodation:$218
  • Transport:$25
  • Food :$73
  • Personal:$24
  • Clothing:$28
  • Entertainment:$26
Total: $394 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Canberra are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Canberra are as follows:

  • Canberra Institute of Technology

Population

406,692

Job Opportunities

♦ Dental Practitioners 

♦ Registered Nurse

♦ Psychiatrists

Cost of Living

A$25,793 per year

Top Universities

♦ Canberra Institute of Technology 
♦ UNSW Canberra 
♦ Australian Catholic University
♦ The Australian National University

Top Courses

♦ Psychology
♦ Accountancy
♦ Core Engineering
♦ Computer Science & Information Technology (IT)

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Western Australia


Western Australia may be far away from the eastern capitals, but it certainly has a great deal to offer students in the way of quality higher education, great lifestyle opportunities and stunning coastline. 

 
Lifestyle

Western Australia may be far away from the eastern capitals, but it certainly has a great deal to offer students in the way of quality higher education, great lifestyle opportunities and stunning coastline.

Metropolitan Perth, the capital of WA, is only a very small part of what this state has to offer. Go south and you will find the glorious coastal expanse of Esperance, and on the way maybe enjoy a glass or two of the Margaret River region’s best wine.

On top of that, there is a diverse range of places to visit in and around Perth. The city itself is nestled beside the winding Swan River and offers a relaxed outdoor lifestyle, fine dining, great shopping and historic buildings.

The nearby port city of Fremantle offers markets, numerous restaurants and historic delights by the water. And, with more than 80 kilometres of Australia’s best beaches, there’s plenty of opportunity for fun in the sun and surf.

 

 

 

Opportunities here

Western Australia (WA) is absolutely the authentic Australian experience. The State is well-known for its lengthy days of sunlight, pristine blue skies and also great white beaches. It has additionally gotten global recognition for its record low joblessness price, booming economic climate and also advanced developments in scientific research and also modern technology.

Perth, the resources city of WA, is ranked the world's 4th "most livable city" by The Economist (2008) and was just recently voted as one of the world's "leading 10 future cities" (Lonely World 2006).

The city has a long tradition of welcoming global trainees. In any given year, Perth attracts over 42,000 trainee enrolments from over 140 nations.

Cost of Living

 Perth is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of perth .

  • Accomodation:$188
  • Transport:$33
  • Food:$73
  • Personal:$20
  • Clothing:$18
  • Entertainment:$18
Total: $350 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the State of Western Australia are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the State of Western Australia are as follows:

  • Kaplan Business School
  • TAFE International Western Australia
  • Edith Cowan University

Population

2.589 million

Job Opportunities

♦  Healthcare 

♦  Information Technology and Computer science

♦ Education and Training

Cost of Living

24,700 per year

Top Universities

♦ The University of Western Australia
♦ Edith Cowan University
♦ TAFE

Top Courses

♦ Mining, construction and resources

♦ Community Services

♦ Education and Training

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Southern Australia


The south-central state of mainland Australia is South Australia. The total land area is 983,482 square kilometers, the size of which is equivalent to that of Egypt, the province of Ontario in Canada, or the combined regions of France and Germany. With all other mainland states and the Northern Territories, it shares boundaries. Its terrain differs from the rugged wilderness of the outback .

 
Lifestyle

Because of the numerous art and cultural festivals, as well as major sporting events held all year round, South Australia is also referred to as the Festival State.

Around 90% of the population of the state lives in coastal areas with various attractions, holiday and leisure events taking place near or in the sea.

 

Adelaide, the capital city, is regularly ranked as the world's fifth most livable city[ and is one of Australia's most accessible capitals. Of all mainland capital cities, we have the shortest travel times and lowest residential property prices[2], and our universities are ranked in the top 1 and 2 percent in the world

 

 

Opportunities here

It is 12% more affordable to live than other major cities in Australia and has the lowest average rent in the country.

Graduates of South Australian institution who have completed a higher education or postgraduate qualification and maintained residence in South Australia as a holder of a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass485) is eligible for an extra year of post study work rights.

Additional points towards the Federal points test for the Skilled Nominated Visa (subclass 190) and the new Skilled Work Regional (Provisional Visa) subclass 491.

Priority application processing with the Department of Home Affairs.

Cost of Living

Adelaide is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Adelaide .

  • Accommodation:$198
  • Transport:$25
  • Food:$73
  • Personal:$21
  • Clothing:$20
  • Entertainment:$17
Total: $354 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the State of Southern Australia are as follows:

  • Nursing
  • Social Work
  • Engineering
  • Psychology
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Information Technology
  • Law
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary Science
  • Agriculture
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in theState of South Australia are as follows:

  • University of Adelaide
  • Torrens University
  • Flinders University
  • TAFE SA

Population

1.677 million

Job Opportunities

♦  Psychiatrists Jobs

♦  Mining Engineers jobs

♦  Generalist Medical Practitioners

Cost of Living

$ 18,000 per Annum

Top Universities

♦ The University of Adelaide

♦ Flinders University

♦ Torrens University Australia

Top Courses

♦ Chef Courses

♦ Nursing

♦ Project Management

♦ Engineering

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Tasmania


Tasmania is one of the six states of Australia. It is an island state known for its unique wildlife, wilderness, and unspoiled beauty. With its relaxed vibe and lower proportion of international student, one can have an authentic Australian study experience. Moreover, the state’s capital city, Hobart, is considered as a relatively safe place for international students to pursue their studies.

 
Lifestyle

Tasmania is a fantastic place to live and study.

Life in Tasmania is unique and not like anywhere else- it is refreshing, affordable and full of adventure. Tasmania has the cleanest air in the world and is home to some of the safest communities in Australia.

It also embraces diversity and is very rich in history. Port Arthur, one of the most historic sites in Australia, can be found in Tasmania.

The state also offers a lot of activities for students to try on their free time such as diving, mountain biking, sailing, kayaking, and surfing.

Most importantly, Tasmania is recognized as Australia’s most affordable state to study. Apart from that, it boasts its huge farming,
forestry, hydro-electric, mining, and fishery industry that opens

Opportunities here

Moving in the area of Tasmania will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Cost of Living is Lower. Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, has the lowest cost of living from any major Australian university city
  • Additional Temporary Graduate Visa (485) with an extra one or two years of post study work rights,
  • Hobart- classified as “cities and major regional centres” means international students will be eligible to access an additional one year in Australia on a post-study work visa.
  • Additional opportunities for migration. Being a graduate of a Tasmanian institution, one may be eligible for state- nomination (subclass 190 and 489) in Tasmania’s business and skilled migration program.
  • Priority in visa processing by DHA
Cost of Living

Tasmania is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Tasmania.

  • Groceries and eating out: $80-$200 per week
  • Accommodation: $150 $300 per week (single rental)
  • Public Transport: $15-30 per week
  • Entertainment: $60-$150 per week
  • Phone and Internet: $ 20-$55 per week
Total: $325 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the Area of Tasmania are as follows:

  • Hospitality
  • Accounting
  • Engineering
  • Architecture
  • Electrician
  • Biotechnology
  • Cookery
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Project Management
  • Economics
  • Social Work
  • Healthcare
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the Area of Tasmania are as follows:

  • University of Tasmania
  • TasTAFE

Population

525, 678

Job Opportunities

♦ Family Support Worker 
♦ Electrical Engineer 
♦ Enrolled Nurse 
♦ Registered Nurse

Cost of Living

$18, 610 per year

Top Universities

♦ University of Tasmania
♦ TasTAFE

Top Courses

♦ Bachelor of Nursing 
♦ Master of Logistic Management 
♦ Master of Social Work

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Northern Territory


The capital of Western Australia has recently been listed as a local location for migration purposes. It would be a superb choice for someone wanting to examine in a regional are with a city really feel.

 
Lifestyle

The Northern Territory is a warm and welcoming part of Australia, where people from many different lands have made a home. They are attracted by the thriving economy, stunning natural landscapes, relaxed lifestyle, culturally rich society and unique employment and education opportunities.

Abundant natural resources and oil and gas reserves are positioning the Territory’s capital, Darwin, as Australia’s major gateway to Asia. Set on a beautiful harbour, Darwin offers a cosmopolitan way of life with modern amenities – and a friendliness that is sometimes hard to find in a bigger city.

In Alice Springs, people enjoy the beauty of the Central Australian outback, contemporary facilities and proximity to world-class attractions such as Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock and the Olgas).

Opportunities here

Moving in the State of Northern Territory  will open the Gates for the following benefits like:

  • Post Study Work Visa Subclass(485)
  • Regional Provisional visa subclass(491)
  • Darwin is more accessible than Sydney or Melbourne. It is also less crowded, so without all the fuss of crowds and pricey rentals, you will enjoy being in exotic tropical surroundings.
  • Regional option gets you additional 5 points, and additional post study work visa.
Cost of Living

 Darwin is a Flourishing in its own and will not take long until it thrives. Here is the Distribution of budget of an average student in the area of Darwin .

  • Food and Groceries: $80
  • Public Transport: $7
  • Entertainment:$40
  • Rent: $185-$227
Total: $354 per week

 

Top Courses

Some of the Top Courses in the State of  Northern territory are as follows:

  • Accounting courses
  • Arts  courses
  • Business  courses
  • Communications and Design  courses
  • Creative and Performing Arts  courses
  • Culinary Arts  courses
  • Education  courses
  • Engineering  courses
  •  Health  courses
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Management  courses
  • Humanities and Social Sciences  courses
  • Indenous Knowledges  courses
  • Psycology  courses
  • Public Health  courses
  • Nursing and MIdwifery  courses
  • Trades  courses
  • Tourism and Hospitality  courses
Top Universities

Some of the Top University in the State of Nothern Territory are as follows:

  • Darwin University

Population

245,980

Job Opportunities

♦  Hospitality Jobs

♦  Early Childhood Education and Care jobs

♦  Counselling Jobs

Cost of Living

$ 17,520 per Annum

Top Universities

♦ Charles Darwin University

Top Courses

♦ Environmental Science Courses

♦ Nursing

♦ Business & Commerce

♦ Information Technology

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