Why study in Australia?

Studying in Australia is a fantastic way to further your education and career prospects. Australia is known globally as one of the world’s most diverse and welcoming countries.

Australia’s 24 million population, almost half (47%) of all Australians were either born overseas or have one parent born overseas, with more than 260 languages spoken in Australian homes. In addition to English, the most common are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese and Greek.

Australia is the biggest island in the world, the sixth biggest country in the world in land area, and the only nation to govern an entire continent. There are more than 500 national parks and more than 2,700 conservation areas, ranging from wildlife sanctuaries to Aboriginal reserves. There are also 20 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu National Park, Lord Howe Island Group, Tasmanian Wilderness, Fraser Island and the Sydney Opera House.

Many people around the world know Australia for being a beautiful country but we also enjoy world-class quality of living, with six of our cities in the top 40 cities in the world. Our education system is among the world’s best with safe, friendly communities from coast to coast.

Experience a cutting edge Australian education and get ready for a world of learning and career opportunities in a safe, welcoming environment.

Where to start ?

There’s a lot to think about when deciding to leave home and move to another country to study.

To make things easier here’s a list of things to read before making the move.

Panel Colleges in Australia

  1. ACMi – Australian College of Management and Innovation (Perth)
  2. ACP – Australian College of the Professions (Sydney)
  3. AHIC – Australian Harbour International College (Sydney)
  4. AIBT – Australia Institute of Business and Technology (Sydney, Brisbane, Hobart)
  5. ALTEC College (Melbourne, Hobart)
  6. AIWT – Australian Institute of Workplace Training (Perth)
  7. ATC WA – Australian Technical College Western Australia (Perth)
  8. Brighton College (Melbourne, Brisbane, Hobart)
  9. Capital College (Canberra, Gold Coast)
  10. Gills College Australia (Sydney, Perth, Adelaide)
  11. Kingston Institute Australia (Sydney)
  12. Lead College (Sydney, Perth)
  13. LCI Melbourne (Melbourne)
  14. Lead College (Sydney, Perth)
  15. Medicus College (Sydney, Adelaide, Canberra)
  16. Melbourne College of Business and Technology (Melbourne)
  17. QIBA – Queensland International Business Academy (Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra)
  18. Reach Community College (Hobart)
  19. Sero Institute (Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth)
  20. Skills Australia Institute (Perth, Adelaide)
  21. SSBT – Sydney School Of Business & Technology (Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast)
  22. Stanley College (Perth, Adelaide)
  23. Texila College Australia (Melbourne)
  24. TKL College (Sydney)
  25. Victorian Institute of Education (Sydney, Adelaide)
  26. Western Sydney College (Sydney)
  27. Western Sydney Technology College (Sydney)

Admissions Open for Diploma/Bachelors/Masters Program

  • Charles Sturt University
  • Curtin College
  • Curtin University
  • Deakin College
  • Deakin University
  • Edith Cowan College
  • Edith Cowan university
  • Federation University
  • James Cook University
  • Kings Own Institute ( KOI )
  • LaTrobe College
  • LaTrobe University
  • Murdoch Institute of Technology
  • Murdoch University
  • Navitas
  • Southern Cross University
  • Study Group
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
  • University of Wollongong
  • University of Wollongong College
  • Western Sydney University
  • Western Sydney University College

Studying in Australia is a fantastic way to further your education and boost your career prospects.

  • Australia have six of the world’s top 100 universities.
  • Australia is the third most popular international student destination in the world.
  • Australia is currently home to nearly 700,000 international students.
  • Australian universities have produced 15 Nobel laureates.
  • Australia have one of the best higher education systems in the world.
  • Australia is the third most popular international student destination in the world.
  • Australia have over 2.5 million international alumni making a global difference.
  • An emphasis on student experience and graduate outcomes.
  • Seven of the best student cities in the world are in Australia.
  • Our universities rank in the world’s top 50 in a huge range of study areas.
  • The Australian Government has invested over A$300 million in scholarships for international students.

Australia is known for its diverse and welcoming people – there are so many reasons to consider studying in Australia.

  • Discover how to be an innovative, agile thinker
  • Study at globally ranked institutions
  • Gain work experience while you study
  • Access extensive student support services
  • Live and study in safety
  • Feel welcome in a multicultural society
  • Make the most of Australia’s great outdoors
  • Enjoy a high standard of living
  • Employment opportunities
Knowing the average cost of living and studying in Australia is an important part of your application and financial preparation.
  • Accommodation – $95 to $215 per week
  • Groceries and eating out – $100 to $280 per week
  • Gas, electricity – $10 to $20 per week
  • Phone and Internet – $15 to $30 per week
  • Public transport – $30 to $60 per week
  • Entertainment – $50 to $150 per week