Why study in Australia?

Australia is one of the most popular destinations for international students including Nepalese. There are numerous reasons that students from different countries prefer to pursue their higher studies in Australia.Top universities and colleges, post-study opportunities, affordable tuition fees not to mention wonderful nature, and vibrant cities are some of the reasons why many international students choose Australia to study in. In addition, rewards in terms of education and personal development can also be contributing factors.Australia has myriads of opportunities for graduates from here. So, it is well worth considering making Australia your studying-abroad destination. The followingThe followings are the prominent reasons that anyone would be tempted to study in Australia.

Top-quality universities and colleges

Australia has top-notch universities and colleges in different locations with environments conducive to studying. Australia is home to 43 universities in total, with 40 Australian, two international, and one private university. It is worth noting that there are six Australian universities in Australia ranking in the internationally renowned top 100.

Various majors

It is exciting that Australian universities and colleges offer a wide range of degrees and majors. Whether you are studying engineering or business, medicine or Information technology, there are plenty of options and combinations to select from when you study in Australia. It could be a great idea to shortlist the universities before applying and see whether you meet the eligibility requirements.

Internship opportunity

Some Australian universities may offer internships or work opportunities to their students. The internship opportunity might provide you with access to the organizations which you may be having been craving.  

Post Study Work (PSW) opportunity

Having stayed in Australia for a few years to study, you may be tempted to stay on longer. Australia also offers a Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) that allows the graduates to stay in Australia and continue to work for two to four years

Easy to obtain student visas

Australia offers a streamlined process for the Student Visa (subclass 500) to those seeking to study in Australia. There are some requirements you will need to meet for your application to be approved. Getting accepted into a university or a college and having sufficient financial capacity are the major requirements.

Cultural diversity

Cultural diversity is another intriguing aspect intrinsic to Australia. To put it differently, Australia is a diverse melting pot of cultures.  So, one can get to know about a different culture and feel a sense of belonging in a multicultural setting. Some of the benefits of living in a multicultural society include culinary offerings and the opportunity to learn a different language. And living in a multicultural setting will cause you to have broader views about the people.

Great nature

Australia is renowned for its diverse landscapes not to mention the intriguing wildlife.  Moreover, there are great water bodies and beaches you can frequent to. During your holidays, you can dive or snorkel on the gorgeous Great Barrier Reef. Bushwalking or kayaking can also be enjoyed within a day trip.

Vibrant living

Australian universities and colleges are located in both rural and urban settings. Since both settings have their uniqueness, you for sure will enjoy either living.

Easy communication

Because English is the official language of Australia spoken both by Australian and international students, it will be easy for anyone else to communicate.

Colleges and universities in Australia we represent

  • The hotel School Sydney / Melbourne
  • Excelsia
  • KOI
  • IIBIT (FedUni ) -Syd/Mel
  • ATMC (FedUni/ USC) – Syd/Mel
  • Wentworth – Syd
  • Adelaid Institute of Business and Technolgy – Adelaide
  • IHNA- Syd/Melb/Perth
  • AIT- Syd/Melb
  • EIT – Mel/Perth
  • Ozford- Melbourne
  • Stanley College – Perth
  • Australian National University College (ANU)
  • University of Sydney
  • Charles Sturt University (CSU)
  • Flinders University (Adelaide)