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Home to 6 out of 100 top universities in the world and 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia, Know more how Australia is today the third most popular study destination behind United States, and United Kingdom.
Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,100 institutions and over 22,000 courses. Get information about the Higher Education, University and ELICOS Courses at Australia
Featured in World’s 10th Happiest Living place in the world. Location, cost of living, housing options and recreation. Australian Immigration Laws are comparatively easy when it comes to working while studying
Australia features itself in the list of World’s 10 happiest countries published by Forbes. Australia also ranks 6th in delivering (over)prosperity for its citizen. 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia, with Melbourne ranking just second.
Surveys have shown that you will continue to find joy both in living and studying in Australia. A great majority of international student continue to be satisfied or very satisfied with the overall experience in Australia (88% 2014, 87% in 2012, and 86% in 2010), living in Australia (88% 2014, 87% in 2012, and 86% in 2010), and study experience in Australia (88% 2014, 87% in 2012, and 86% in 2010).
We will get to witness even greater rise of standard of Australian education as the 10 year plan heads into completion. Australia never stops to welcome international students. It is also important to note that ranked universities are also the universities with greater proportion of international students and faculty members.
A student visa for Australia allows full-time degree students (undergraduate and postgraduate) to work part-time during the academic year, and full time over the summer holidays provided their course meets Immigration requirements.
Part-time works can be very helpful in maintaining living expenses and if related to the study field can enhance the learning experience. International students are likely to find part-time work in retails, tourism and hospitality, agricultural sectors, etc. Newspapers and online advertisements, campus and friends can be helpful sources for knowing job opportunities.