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Australia: Why Study Here?

Updated on January 2, 2013

Foreign students who have chosen to study in Australia had a chance to experience the unique character of the country that is engaged with a positive sense of facing possibilities. This is a bold outlook that resonates through learning and instructional methods in higher education to instill academic independence, forge students with adaptable skills, and initiate critical thinking, diversity and direction.


Futuristic Education

Australian universities, colleges, research centers and other academic institutions are driven to think about the future. And they have the outstanding records in global ranking when it comes to research, innovation, technology and pioneers. An Australian degree is also well-recognized among global companies. Those who study in Australia acquire not only theoretical learning, but also practical skills and diversified network that are beneficial for a lifetime.

Quality Education

Australia is the place to go where the quality of education is guaranteed. The Australian government makes certain that universities and colleges can deliver what they promise for international students. With the introduction of the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act of 2000, international students are certain to get quality education. It is mandated by this law that before a foreign student could enroll, institutions must first meet the requirements for registration. You can get a list of universities that meet the requirements from the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students or CRICOS. You can also view the public database of CRICOS to determine if your course is accredited and approved for foreign students who want to study in Australia.

Bear in mind that if a college or university doesn’t qualify with the strict policies to ensure quality education, learning facilities, and support for students, it will not be accredited by the government so you cannot enroll as an international student.


Accurate-Info Education

Australian universities are also mandated to ensure the accuracy of their promotional materials such as flyers, web information, and student handbooks. Before a foreign student could get a proof of enrollment it is important to learn more about accurate information such as a list of requirements for acceptance including the language proficiency in English and academic qualifications, the prospectus containing the duration and degree qualification, methods of learning and evaluation strategies, school facilities like libraries and laboratories, school fees and course-related expenses, and important information on studying in Australia such as cost of living and accommodation.


Supportive Education

It is also very comfortable to study in Australia since universities and colleges accredited by the government provide support services to help students to achieve their academic goals and fulfill the learning outputs of their study abroad programs. Foreign students could avail legal services, health services, student visa applications, accommodation, career guidance, and many more.


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    • freecampingaussie profile image


      6 years ago from Southern Spain

      Australia is an amazing place to study whichever place you choose ! Have a great time if you do choose to come here !


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