Earn while you learn : Australia is one of the few countries where overseas students are permitted to work up to 20 hours each week during the academic year and full-time during vacations.
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Australia has education and training sectors offering qualifications from Senior Secondary Certificate of Education to university PhD: universities, vocational education, schools and English language training. These sectors are linked so you can move easily from one qualification level to the next and from one institution to another. This gives you the flexibility to choose the study path that best suits your goals.
An Australian qualification will give you a competitive edge. Employers, governments and other education systems recognise the high quality of our education and training.
Of the 39 Universities in Australia, 37 are government funded. The educational system is essentially non-elitist, with the quality of infrastructure, teaching faculty, course curriculum, and extra curricular facilities at a uniformly high standard across all educational bodies. The key perceptional differences between universities are built around their age and level of research. The older universities tend to be more inclined towards research, and eight such universities, called the “Group of Eight”
- University of Sydney,
- University of Melbourne,
- Australian National University,
- University of Western Australia,
- Monash University,
- University of Queensland
- University of Adelaide,
- University of New South Wales
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A dynamic environment for learning, research and innovation.
Australian universities will challenge and reward you academically, personally and professionally. They offer a stimulating environment for students from around the world to gain valuable skills, experiences and qualifications.
Australia has limitless opportunities waiting for you. You can choose from a vast range of courses including traditional academic areas of learning and research, as well as more practical courses with a vocational orientation. Each of Australia's universities has its own strengths and areas of specialisation, giving you a wide choice and access to the latest technology and research in your chosen field.
In Australia, students take an active role in the learning process. Australian universitiesplace great importance on developing the ability to think creatively and independently, read widely and critically, participate in debate and function in teams. These skills will give you an edge in a competitive and ever-changing world.
Australian universities are major producers of research and development. They have pioneered many new ideas and technologies, leading to advances in business, science and industry. Postgraduate students learn skills in research and specialised areas that put them at the forefront of the development and application of new technologies. You can be a part of this dynamic research environment and be at the leading edge of innovative technologies and research programs.
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Internationalisation of higher education and research is of great importance and Australian universities are major participants in international education and research projects and initiatives. They recruit academic staff from around the world who are leading experts in their fields. There are also student and staff exchange programs with institutions in the USA, UK, Canada, Europe and Asia.
The rewards of studying at an Australian university are endless. Develop your potential in an innovative, flexible, yet supportive learning environment. Gain an internationally recognised qualification that will open doors for your future.
Australian universities will challenge and reward you academically, personally and professionally.
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