Study in Australia

Australia has one of the best education systems in the world. According to the University Ranking of Quacquarelli Symonds, the Australian National University, the University of Melbourne, the University of New South Wales, the University of Queensland, and the University of Sydney are among the 50 best universities of the world.
Australia has also been popular study destination for international students. It has eight of the top 100 universities in the world that offer more than 22000 courses across 1100 institutions. The country also boasts five of the 30 best student cities in the world.

In comparison to other countries, it is quite easy to get a Visa to study in Australia. Foreign students coming to Australia can take part on the “Overseas Student Program”. Of course, you have to meet several requirements in order to get a Visa.
English is the official language of the country; you can communicate in English with everybody – in the supermarket, in your free time, at the university.
Australia is widely known for providing high quality healthcare. Both public and private hospitals are equipped with latest technologies and top-notch services.

This has been reflected with a great overall health record of the Australian population, with life expectancy at birth set at over 81 years of age.
In the 2018 calendar year, 876,399 enrolments were produced by 693,750 international students. These enrolments were concentrated in the Higher Education, VET (Vocational Education and Training) and ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) sectors. China, India and Nepal emerged as the top three international student contributors in the 2018 calendar year, with Brazil and Malaysia making up the top five.

Some of the major reasons that let international students choose Australia as their study destination are:

  • Advanced teaching styles
  • Plethora of Specialist Institutions
  • Quality of Scientific Research
  • Global Acceptance of Australian Higher Education Standards
  • Multicultural Community
  • A Safe Environment
  • Unique Travel Choices
  • Flexibility to work up to 20 hours per week and 40 hours during semester breaks

Top 10 international student contributors to Australia 2018

  • China (205189)
  • India (89,570)
  • Nepal (43,021)
  • Brazil (26,620)
  • Malaysia (26,085)
  • Vietnam (24,131)
  • Republic of South Korea (21,799)
  • Thailand (18,014)
  • Colombia (16,942)
  • Indonesia (16,541)

Most popular states by international student number in Australia 2018

  • New South Wales (264,778)
  • Victoria (226,912)
  • Queensland (107,555)
  • Western Australia (40,703)
  • South Australia (31,821)
  • Australian Capital Territory (16,851)
  • Tasmania (10,465)
  • Northern Territory (2,364)

Most popular study areas for international students in Australia 2018

Management and Commerce

Information Technology



Society and Culture

Natural and Physical Sciences

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