Study in Australia

Australia, ranking 9th in accordance to World University Ranking, homing 5 of the top 30 cities in the world, along with 8 of the top 100 Universities of the world. Team Migrates surveyed to find out that Australia is the third most prominent country to be chosen by students when it comes to overseas education.

Australian Qualification Framework [AQF] – The AQF in Australian education and training is the national policy for regulated qualifications and is approved by the Australian Government. The courses tendered under AQF to International Students. ESOS (Education Services for Overseas Students) is structured by the Australian Government to support International Students in Australia.

World-Wide Recognition & Character of Education – The Australian Government is exercising various plans to maintain and provide a very high standard of education to the International Students in Australia. The Degrees offered in Australia has a world-wide acceptance due to their educational standards and quality.

Innovation & Technological Adaptation – Apart from High Educational Standards, Australian Government takes measures to adopt and implement the latest of tech to facilitate the best for their students. This has resulted in most advantageous classrooms with high-speed internet facilities.
Diversity in Courses – Australia is considered as one of the top countries to provide a wide range of specializations, starting from Arts, Science, Engineering, to Business and more. Not just specialization, Australian universities also offers diverged levels of specializations such as Bachelors, Masters, Ph.D., and Vocational Courses.

Visa Regulations – Australia’s Visa Regulations and processes are very clean and smooth, stated out very clearly, unlike other countries. This makes sure that legitimate candidates, including students pursuing overseas education, do not get unwanted problems during the process.

Cultural Diversity – Australia has a very immigrant-friendly foreign policy, which makes it smoother for the International Students to study and establish themselves there. There are immigrants from more than 200 countries there in Australia, making the country more welcoming and open towards foreign culture.

Climate – On a survey conducted by Team Migrates, students revealed that they are having an easier time adapting to the Australian climate, rather than USA or Canada, due to similar climatic conditions.
Part-Time Professions & Australian Living Standards – With one of the best living standards in the world, Australia makes it even easier for students their overseas students to earn part-time and make them cut down on their educational expenses.