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Study in Australia

Since past years Australia has been setting international standards for excellence in education with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 leading education institutions, premium training facilities and student support services. The Australian Universities are ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

The universities, colleges and schools of Australia are equipped with practical skills and knowledge that will help you succeed in your chosen field. You can also gain hands on industry experience with Internships and work experience.

Why Australia

Australia is home to top six universities out of world top 100 universities. It has an outstanding higher education system. Australia’s quality education, easy access to student support services, multicultural society, extreme welcoming nature etc make it an attractive study destination.

Style of Living

Australia is a diverse and multicultural country that is known for its welcoming nature towards international students and migrants. In Australia there is no rich or poor differences, each person is treated equally. Australia has a huge range of accommodation options available for international students like university accommodations to self-catered apartments to share houses, many options are available based on your budget.

Working opportunities

Many Australian Universities and colleges include work experience programmes and internships so that you gain hands on experience and up your professional knowledge that too while studying itself. The universities allow you 20 hours of work per week while studying where as whilst semester break you can work full time.

Education History of Australia

Australia has 37 government-funded universities and two private universities, as well as a number of other specialist institutions that provide approved courses at the higher education level. The University of Sydney is Australia’s oldest university, having been founded in 1850, followed by the University of Melbourne three years later. Other notable universities include those of the Group of Eigh leading tertiary institutions, including the University of Adelaide, the Australian National University located in the national capital of Canberra. Monash University and University of New South Wales.

The OECD places Australia among themost expensive nations to attend university. There is a state-based system of vocational training, know as TAFE, and many trades conduct apprenticeships for training new trades people. Approximately 58 percent of Australians aged from 25 to 64 have vocational or tertiary qualifications, and the tertiary graduation rate of 49 percent is the highest among OECD countries. The ratio of international to local students in tertiary education in Australia is the highest in the OECD countries.


Australia is the only country in the world that covers an entire continent. It is one of the largest countries on Earth. Although it is rich in natural resources and has a lot of fertile land, more than one-third of Australia is desert.

Sorrounded by Indian and Pacific Ocean, most of the Australian cities and farms are located in the southwest and southeast, where the climate is more comfortable. There are dense rain forest in the northeast. The famous outback (remote rural areas) contains the country’s largest deserts, where there are scorching temperatures, little water, and almost no vegetation.

Running around the eastern and southeastern edge of Australia is the Great Dividing Range. This 2,300 mile (3,700 kilometer) stretch of mountains sends water down into Australia’s most important rivers and Great Artesian Bain, the largest groundwater source in the world.


Main Intake is the July term and the other Intake is February Intake, there are limited admissions for October/November Intake.

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