Study in Australia
Education system offers over twelve thousands courses that are recognised
internationally and are of world class standards. The tuition fees and living
costs to study in Australia compare better than most other countries with
quality tuition being more affordable than in the UK, USA or Canada, whilst
offering a safe studying environment for international students, and a standard
of living that is among the highest in the world.
Australia has the
third largest number of international students in the English-speaking world.
Australian Education has a standardized system of qualifications, and together
with great lifestyle opportunities there is no wonder why more than 200,000
international students choose to study in Australia. This together with
Australia’s long history of teaching international students is proof enough
that international students at Australian universities in Australia and their parents
enjoy a level of service and financial protection that is unrivalled.
Australia has a
dynamic multicultural society in which students can learn and travel in an
English speaking country. There is the added advantages of being in close
proximity to Asia, and the fact that international students can work up to 20
hours per week during semester and full-time during vacation periods.
All institutions from
Australian Schools to Australian Universities, Australian English Colleges to
Australian Vocational Education and Training colleges and TAFE’s must be
registered with the Australian Government and meet stringent Australian
education registration conditions ensuring that courses are of high standards
in both ethics and quality.
Emphasis is placed on
not only understanding concepts but also on their applications and theories,
and the ability to critically examine different viewpoints and arguments, to
collect and analyse data, to develop an argument in a logical form and to
participate in discussion and debate with other students and teachers. This is
an active learning process and not a passive listening one. Should assistance
to develop a student’s study skills be required most institutions offer counselling
Assessment methods in
determining a student’s progress vary between institutions. The students should
fully understand how they will be assessed at the time of registering at a