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Australia is a friendly and welcoming country.

30% of Australians are born overseas. This has made our country rich with nationalities and cultures from all over the world.

 It is the 4th happiest country in the world followed by Canada, New Zealand and Sweden.


The area covers 7.69 million square kilometers, which makes it the 6th largest country in the world in terms of area. Country’s population is about 2.41 million. Its prosperous culture and olden times are reflected in its Aboriginal inheritance. It is currently a blend of vibrant cultures.

According to recent reports, the Austraila has Second highest Human Development Index globally and ranks highly in Quality of Life, Health, Education, Economic Freedom, and civil liberties and political rights. And also Australia has the world’s 13th largest economy and ninth highest per capita income (IMF). With a Continuous Growth of Income for every year, Australia provides a large number of employment opportunities to the Students.

Living in Australia means encountering many opportunities; it is a young, multicultural and open country with an ever-growing economy. Australia’s quality of life and unrivalled natural beauty make it the ideal destination for you if you have ever dreamed about improving your future.

Why Study in Australia?

  • Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students in the English-speaking world, behind the United States and the UK. Many international students choose to study there because of the cultural diversity, friendly natives, and high quality of education.
  • The most appealing aspects of Australia for international students is the emphasis on scientific research. Students who study in Australia can take advantage of the country’s impressive technology and resources. Its friendly, laid-back nature and high standard of living are reasons why studying in Australia is a choice made by many international students.
  • Apart from the fact that it is home to 8 of top 100 Universities in the world, 5 of the top 30 cities in the world, 9th in terms of university ranking


These are some important points why students choose Australia:

Quality Education

The quality of education plays the most important role when deciding where to study abroad. Australia has a number of highly accredited academic institutions around, with amazing campuses that could provide with the much-needed head start in students career. Australia’s Education system also focuses more on research-based work which makes students studying there think out of the box. 

World Class Universities

Australian colleges and universities are well-equipped to offer you education you need to have a flourishing career.

Australia has an outstanding higher education system with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions.

Australian universities truly are world-class, look at independent global rankings such as Times Higher Education, QS and Shanghai Rankings. These organizations consistently rank Australian institutions in the world’s top 100 universities year after year.

According to statistics, 35 Australian universities are among the world’s best-ranked universities. The country spends up to 250 million dollars per year in financial aids, scholarships and grants for international students to study in Australia.


Australian cities have some of the lowest crime rates in the world, and streets and public spaces are open and safe. There are many options for accommodation: student can live in purpose-built student villages, homestays, private rentals, share-houses or boarding school accommodation.

Global Recognition

one of the foremost reasons why Australia is the favorite of international students is the fact that degrees its institutes offer are recognized and accepted all over the world. This also owes to the government regulations that keep the standard of education high in Australia.

Wide Choice of Courses

Universities in Australia provide a vast pool of different subjects to choose from, Australia is a country that is sure to provide you with the course you desire.

Studying in Australia would be a life-changing experience, both academically and culturally.

There are thousands of high-quality courses on offer in Australia, across a wide range of study areas. Courses range from vocational certificates and diplomas through to undergraduate degrees and postgraduate programs.

Earn While You Learn

Australian universities provide different courses which are designed in such a way that the students can stand themselves in the global workforce. Many Australian degrees and courses include work experience programs and internships so students can gain hands-on industry experience and grow their professional network during their study period.

International Students can work part time 20 legal hours and unlimited hours during university vacations.

Popular Universities in Australia

The University of New South Wales, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00098G)
The University of Queensland, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00025B) 
Monash University, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 00008C) 
The University of Adelaide, South Australia (CRICOS Code 00123M) 
The University of Newcastle, Newcastle (CRICOS Code 00109J) 
Macquarie University, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00002J) 
Curtin University, Perth (CRICOS Code 00301J) 
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00213J) 
RMIT University, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 00122A) 
Deakin University, Melbourne & Geelong (CRICOS Code 00113B) 
University of South Australia, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00121B) 
Griffith University, Gold Coast & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00233E) 
University of Tasmania, Hobart, Launceston and Sydney (CRICOS Code 00586B) 
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 00111D) 
Torrens University
La Trobe University, Sydney Campus (CRICOS Code 00115M) 
Flinders University, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00114A) 
James Cook University, Townsville and Cairns (CRICOS Code 00117J) 
James Cook University, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00117J) 
Western Sydney University, Sydney (Paramatta & City campuses) (CRICOS Code 00917K) 
CQUniversity Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth (CRICOS Code 00219C) 
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba (CRICOS Code QLD 00244B, NSW 02225M) 
University of Southern Queensland Sydney Education Centre (CRICOS Code NSW 02225M) 
Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Lismore and Coffs Harbour (CRICOS Code 01241G) 
Southern Cross University, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth (CRICOS Code 01241G) 
Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00004G) 
Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00005F) 
Australian Technical & Management College (Federation University, Melbourne & Sydney) (CRICOS Code 000103D) 
Australian Technical & Management College (University of Sunshine Coast, Melbourne & Sydney ATMC) (CRICOS Code 01595D) 
Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth (CRICOS Code 02380M) 
International College of Management Sydney (CRICOS Code 01484M) 
Engineering Institute of Technology, Perth (CRICOS No: 03567C) 
The Hotel School, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 01241G)
Airways Aviation, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast (CRICOS Code 00296A) 
Amber Aviation Academy, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 03462A) 
Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney (CRICOS Code 01328A) 
SAE Institute, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth (CRICOS Code 003121)
Australian National University College, Canberra (CRICOS Code 01682E) 
UNSW Global, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00098G)
Taylors College, Perth & Sydney (CRICOS Code 01682E) 
The University of Adelaide College (CRICOS Code 00123M) 
The University of Sydney- Foundation Programs (Through Taylors College) (CRICOS Code 00026A) 
UTS College, Sydney, New South Wales (CRICOS Provider Codes: UTS College 00859D, UTS 00099F)
The University of Newcastle College of International Education, Newcastle (CRICOS 00109J)
Curtin College, Perth (CRICOS Code 02042G) 
Deakin College, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 01590J) 
South Australia Institute of Business & Technology, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 02193C) 
Griffith College, Gold Coast & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 01737F) 
La Trobe College, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 03312D) 
Flinders International Study Centre, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 01682E) 
James Cook University College (CRICOS Code 00117J) 
Sydney Institute of Business & Technology (CRICOS code 01576G) 
Edith Cowan College (CRICOS Code 01312J) 
Eynesbury College, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00561M) 
University of Canberra College, Canberra (CRICOS Code 00212K) 
Sarina Russo Institute, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00607B) 
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