Studying in Australia
Each year, about 200,000 international students from all over the world study abroad in Australia and this number is growing. Why is this so?
Australia offers first class education courses at schools and Universities. Courses are provided by highly qualified academic staff in facilities/campuses, which incorporate the latest technology. All courses and academic staff are accredited by the Australian Government.
Education & Living Cost
With the exception of Medicine, for most courses the tuition fee plus living cost is approximately A$45,000 per year.
Safe Place, Friendly People
Australia is a vibrant, multi-cultural and modern country.
Australians are friendly and tolerant of people who come from other cultural and racial backgrounds. 20% of Australia’s population of 20 million are from Asia.
Lifestyle & Climate
Australians enjoy being outdoors, socialising around a barbeque or participating in sport. Australia is known as a great sporting nation but Australians also make box office films, produce popular music,International entertainers, modern art,drama and literary works.
Australia allows international students to work up to 20 hours per week, enabling students to experience working in an overseas country and to earn extra money at the same time.
Australian Universities and Schools
- Boarding Schools – Junior, Middle & High School
- Australian National University
- ICMS (Hotel & Tourism)
- Le Cordon Bleu (Culinary & Hotel Management)
- RMIT University
- University of Newcastle
- Southern Cross University (The Hotel School, Melbourne & Sydney)
- University of Western Australia
Via Study Group Pathway Programme to:
Via Kaplan Australia Pathway Programme to:
- Murdoch Institute of Technology
- Bradford College, Adelaide
Via Navitas Australia Pathway Programme to:
- Curtin University
- Edith Cowan University
- Eynesbury Institute of Business & Technology
- Griffith University
- La Trobe University
- University of South Australia