Welcome to StudyAustralia
Australia is a popular study destination with students from around the world wishing to gain a top-quality education. Each year new students take up courses in Australia and add to the already significant international student body around the country. In 2011, more than 500,000 international students were studying in Australia on a student visa. Of these, there were 242,351 international students enrolled in the higher education sector.
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New South Wales and Victoria attract the biggest numbers of international students. New South Wales registered 208,847 students hailing from overseas countries in 2011, while Victoria registered 162,417 international students. The other states and territories have smaller numbers of international students and smaller numbers of students overall.
A welcoming place to live
Apart from being a great place to get a first-rate education, Australia is also a fantastic place to live. It provides a welcoming and multicultural society with a population that originates from around 200 countries. Australian people have a reputation for being amongst the friendliest in the world, and Australian cities are safe and clean, with low crime rates.
A great lifestyle
The lifestyle and quality of living in Australia is among the best in the world. Several of Australia’s capital cities regularly rank among the world’s ‘most liveable’ cities. In 2012, the Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Liveability survey recently found that four Australian cities ranked in the top ten most liveable cities. Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Perth ranked first, fifth, seventh and ninth respectively, a feat not achieved by any US or UK city.
Better value for money
Australian education programs represent great value for money. Australian courses are often shorter than alternatives in other countries, particularly in the US. Most Australian degree courses can be completed in three years and even less if the education provider works on a trimester system. This means that you can save a whole year's tuition fees if you choose to study in Australian rather than in the US or the UK.
High rates of employment
Australia's strong economy and low unemployment rates mean international students who wish to work have no problems finding a job.
So if you want to indulge in adventure and study a short course, or just spruce up your English and see and experience Australia before continuing in your home country;
Study full time a diploma or even a complete degree course in order to find a job or start your own business in Australia;
All is possible. Just ask our representatives to inform you (free of charge) or simply fill out the enquiry form.
And remember, all our services are free! We are paid by the institutions we represent, so there is no extra charge for using our services or our advise!
On the representatives page you will find Information on your local representative and how to contact this person. For information on study, study subjects and schools/universities in Australia you will find all pages are in English.
Cheerio for your study in Australia!
StudyAustralia is an ICEF recognised agency and is an Aussie Specialist.
College of Sport and Fitness new programmesread more... 27-05-2016
The College of Spor and Fitness (Sydney, AUS) would like to introduce you to their NEW SPORTS OPTIONS at their Sydney City Campus! Sport Coaching Certificate IV in Yoga & Pilate, will be offered next to the Coaching Certificate IV in Martial Arts. The Diploma in Coaching in Yoga & Pilates is offered next to the Diploma in Martial Arts and the Diploma in Coaching in Swimming.
Australia postpones new backpacker tax for working holiday makersread more... 19-05-2016
Australia had planned to implement a new income tax for working holiday makers on 1 July 2016. The tax has now been postponed until 1 January 2017 pending a government review of the working holiday programme.
Industry analysis, meanwhile, highlights that working holiday numbers are down in Australia over the last two years, due in part to significant increases in visa fees. A new report argues for much more competitive visa fees and tax rates in order to improve the attractiveness of Australia for working holiday makers.
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