Why study in Australia?
Two quality reasons why Australia could be right for you
If you are looking to further your education, undertake a world class degree or fast track your career, Australia offers a range of opportunities. Whether you choose to undertake an MBA, engineering degree, humanities or English language course, Australia is difficult to beat in terms of its standard of living, academic excellence, and support for international students. Australia’s capital cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane, are ranked amongst the world’s 30 best cities for students.
Quality of life
The quality of life in Australia ranks behind only Norway as the best in the world. With sophisticated infrastructure, world leading healthcare services, a dynamic range of public transport, numerous student services, and a comparatively affordable cost of living, Australia is a haven for those looking to study abroad. The country boasts five of the world’s 30 best cities for students in terms of quality of life, employment opportunities, cost of living, and student community. The Australian Government also offers many incentives for those looking to study abroad in its country, including some $200 million worth of scholarships, job visas in multiple fields, numerous research opportunities, and the possibility of gaining permanent residency status after you graduate.
Quality of education
Australia has a national regulatory and quality agency for higher education called – the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). It was established by the Australian Government to monitor quality, and regulate university and non-university higher education providers against a set of standards developed by the independent Higher Education Standards Panel. In addition, the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) law protects:
· the wellbeing of all international students.
· the quality of students' education experience.
· the provision of up-to-date and accurate information.
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