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About Australia

A great place to live: A wonderful natural environment and multicultural society

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Oceanian continent between the Indian and South Pacific Oceans

Generally dry. Southern and eastern regions are of temperate climate whereas northern regions are of a tropical climate

English, local languages

Studying abroad in a rapidly changing global era is a valuable investment for the future. Therefore, many international students are choosing to study in Australia because of its friendly, laid-back nature, excellent education system, and a high standard of living.

Why choose to study in Australia?

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Country of Quality Education

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Perfect Environment for Education

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Medical Insurance and Tuition Fee Protection System

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Cultural Diversity, Safe Laws

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Legitimate Job Opportunities

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English-Speaking Country, Various Options to Choose Region


Canberra (Australian Capital Territory)

Canberra is the capital city of Australia and an entirely planned city. The city is located at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory, 280 km south-west of Sydney. As the seat of the government of Australia, Canberra is home to many important institutions of the federal government, national monuments and museums.

Sydney (New South Wales)

Sydney is Australia’s largest and most famous city in Australia. It is also the country’s economic and financial hub. Built attractions such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House are also well known to international visitors. Many international choose Sydney as their educational destination because of its wide range of institutions as well as various part-time job opportunities.


Melbourne (Victoria)

Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria and Australia’s second-largest city. It is renowned for its passion for food, creative arts, design, world-class sporting events, and festivals. It also has been named the world's 'most liveable city' for seven years running by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Melbourne in a vibrant and multicultural, cosmopolitan, and our landscapes range from pristine sandy beaches to perfect snowy mountains.

Adelaide (South Australia)

Adelaide is a delightful mix of relaxed living, unique wildlife, iconic natural landscapes, and friendly, laid-back people, intermingled with festivals, history, and celebrations of art, design and culture. Adelaide has one of the highest standards of living of any city in the world, yet is one of the least expensive. Characterized by its parks and green spaces, vibrant city life, quality cafes and restaurants, and surrounded by award-winning wine regions and an eclectic mix of weekend holiday destinations a short drive from the city's centre.


Brisbane (Queensland)

Brisbane is a vibrant city and 283 days of sunshine a year, offering the best of both city-living and the outdoor lifestyle. The locals are friendly and relaxed, the city is filled with cozy cafes, trendy restaurants, lively nightlife, and non-stop sporting and cultural events. Brisbane is only an hour away from some of the world’s most stunning beaches and lush tropical hinterland. With endless sunshine, Brisbane is unquestionably a great place to live and study.

Perth (Western Australia)

Perth is the vibrant capital city of Western Australia and has a population of over 2 million people. Perth and the surrounding region boast a strong economy with low levels of unemployment, an excellent

standard of living and lower crime rates compared to other Australian cities. With low living costs combined with the highest minimum wages in Australia. You will enjoy warm summers and short, mild winters. On average, students in Perth feel safer than other students in Australia.


Hobart (Tasmania)

Tasmania, known to locals as ‘Tassie’, is Australia’s most southern state – and arguably it’s most beautiful. Hobart, Tasmania's capital, is the second oldest city in Australia. A short flight away from Melbourne or Sydney, Tasmania provides all the advantages of these bigger cities, without the stress and major expense. Tasmania’s cities are safe, welcoming and offer a secure environment for study and living.

Darwin (Northern Territory)

Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory, is dynamic, different, diverse and constantly evolving as Australia’s most cosmopolitan city. Its relaxed tropical lifestyle is enjoyed by a population of approximately 81, 670. Its busy port and close ties with South East Asia make it particularly important to the Australia economy. You will enjoy an enviable laidback lifestyle with amazing weather, short commutes, spectacular displays of outback starry skies, and colourful tropical sunsets with friendly and inclusive people.

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