Kangaroos and Koalas may come to mind while picturing Australia. Not only is Australia a continent with a pollution-free atmosphere and pure air and water, but it is also a land of riches. There is so much more to Australia now.
As a result of its cultural richness, friendly natives, and high level of education, Australia is currently the most valued location for international students worldwide. Moreover, the Australian Government carefully regulates the Education System.
Due to its impressive reputed education system, Australia is the third most popular country among international students in the English-speaking world. Its diploma and degree are accepted by colleges and universities all over the world.
Australia has the highest standard of living in the world, despite the fact that the cost of living and tuition fees in Australia are significantly lower than in the United States and the United Kingdom. To help offset the costs, international students are permitted to work part-time.
The Australian Education System provided a diverse range of courses and degrees to meet the needs of international students. Students have a wide range of educational options to choose from.
Australia is a multicultural, welcoming, and harmonious society. Because Australians value cultural diversity, international students are comfortably and easily integrated into society. Furthermore, the crime rate in Australian society is very low when compared to other advanced countries, which benefits everyone, particularly international students.
Australia is a dynamic, lively country with welcoming people and an English-speaking community where international students can learn and earn freely. Even after completing their studies, students with diplomas and degrees are free to pursue a career and settle in the land of opportunity.
|Sr. No.||Institute Name||Campus/City|
|2.||Western Sydney University||Sydney City Campus|
|3.||VAsia Pacific International College (APIC)||Sydney/Melbourne|
|5.||ECA College||Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane|
|6.||Flinder University||Adelaide, Sydney|
|7.||International Institute of Business and Information Technology(IIBIT–Federation University)||Adelaide, Sydney|
|8.||International College Of Management Sydney (ICMS)||Sydney Harbour‐NSW|
|9.||ATMC(Australian Technical & Management Colleges)– Federation University /USC||Melbourne/Sydney|
|10.||Australian Institute of Advanced Studies||Brisbane|
|11.||Australian National Institute of Business and Technology(ANIBT)||Melbourne|
|12.||Australian Institute of Music||Sydney/Melbourne|
|13.||Charles Darwin University||Darwin|
|14.||University of Tasmania||Hobart|
|15.||Swinburne University of Technology||Melbourne|
|17.||Charls sturt University||Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane|
|19.||James Cook University||Brisbane|
|21.||La trobe University||Sydney City Campus|
|23.||Polytechnic Institute Australia (PIA)||Sydney|
|24.||Queensland University of Technology||Brisbane|
|25.||Swinburne University of Technology||Parramatta(Sydney)|
|26.||Southern Cross University||Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Gold Coast, Lismore|
|27.||Stanley College||Perth, Mirrabooka|
|28.||TAFE(Technical and further education –New South Wales)||New South Wales|
|29.||University of Sunshine Coast||Brisbane, Sippy Downs, Caboolture|