Why study in Australia ?:
Australia is the third-largest global provider of education to international students after the United States and the United Kingdom and has the highest international students per head of population ratio.
In Australia, higher education (Tertiary education) is conducted by higher education providers like a university or a technical college conducting Diploma or above courses. A higher education provider is a body that is established or recognized by the law of the Australian Government, a State or the Australian Capital. There are 43 universities in Australia comprising 40 public universities, 2 international universities and 1 private university. It is projected that higher education and Vocational Education and Training (VET) in Australia to be the fastest-growing sectors in international education by 2025.
The Education Index, published in 2018 based on data from 2017, listed Australia the second-highest in the world.
In the QS World University Rankings; 33 Australian tertiary educational institutions were listed for 2016 and 31 institutions were listed in The Times Higher Education World University Rankings in the same year. As of 2019, 33 Australian universities were listed in China’s Academic Ranking of World Universities ranking with the highest global ranking at 41st. In the same year, according to the U.S. News & World Report Best Global Universities Rankings, 33 Australian universities were ranked with an Australian institution standing at 26th place.
People and Diversity:
Average 26.7% of international students represent the student bodies of Australian universities. Besides the Post Study Work (PSW) permission of 2 to 4 years, a significant proportion of international students after graduation remains in Australia on various skill and employment visas. Therefore, Australia has a pronounced influence on multicultural diversity.
In addition to Education and work opportunities; Australia has various climatic conditions to choose from for study and living within the country ranging from tropical to the Mediterranean, oceanic, humid subtropical, alpine and sub-polar climates. The interior is arid to semi-arid.
Regarding the standard of education, diverse demography, work opportunities and climatic variation; Australia has been one of the best study destinations for international students.