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Choose the right university in Australia after high school

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What IDP students say

 
Tracy, Vietnam

"Thanks to my IDP counsellor, I was able to better my understanding of a wide variety of professions, career prospects and talk to experienced people in my field of interest."

 
Rokha, Cambodia

"IDP was able to provide all the information I needed – including university fees, scholarship options, reputation, and course information."

 
Cunyan, China

"My favourite part about IDP was that I could talk to someone with the knowledge and experience of having been through the entire university process."

 

Steps to higher education for high school students

Year 12 is done and dusted, and you have 13 years of schooling behind you. What's next? For some it will be off to work or further training; if it's further study for you, we can help

VET gives you a massive headstart in your career

VET (Vocational Education and Training) courses focus on teaching industry specific knowledge and hands-on training. These are the skills that employers are looking for; industry led, practical and valuable.

How to get from high school to university

Applying for university in Australia doesn't have to be stressful. Start early to ensure you meet all timelines. Each state and university will have a slightly different process. Each state has a tertiary admission centre that receives, collate and forwards applications to their institutions.
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Refer a high school friend & get rewarded with $300!

Its a confusing time for many high school leavers. Making decisions about your future career and the steps you need to get there can be overwhelming. At IDP, we can help you decide what you want to do, and how to get there. If your friends are in the same situation, refer them to us and you could be rewarded.
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Our History

We’ve been connecting people like you with education in Australia since 1969. It’s this history in Australian education that translates into the best outcome for you.

Study in Australia

Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,100 institutions and 22,000 courses to choose from.

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