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Why study in the Australia?

There are plenty of reasons why students choose Australia for Higher studies.

Which one is yours?

If you are someone who wants to further their education, acquire new skills, earn a globally recognized degree and build a profitable career; then Australia is the destination for you!

Australia is proud of its well-developed standard of living, scholastic excellence, and therefore looks forward to the arrival of international students every year. Whether you want to do your MBA, earn an engineering degree, humanities degree, or even an English language course; come to Australia. Australia’s capital cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane, stand amongst the world’s top 30 cities for academics.

Quality of living

Many Australians regard their lifestyle as ‘very comfortable’: this proves to be true as Australia ranks second (behind only Norway) as the best in the world. This country possesses exquisite infrastructure, over the top healthcare services, clean and cost-effective public transport, many student services, and an affordably comfortable cost of living. Australia is among five of the world’s 30 exclusive which effectively cater to students in terms of quality of living, employment opportunities, cost of living, academic activities, events, and student community.

The Australian Government also offers numerous benefits for students looking for a safe and affordable destination to study abroad. Furthermore, Australian universities offer $200 million worth of scholarships, accessible job visas, diverse research opportunities, including the opportunity to gain permanent residence after you graduate.

Quality of Education

The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) are national Australian regulatory and quality agency for higher education called. They were commissioned by the Australian Government to monitor quality of education, and regulate the university as well as non-university higher education providers to a set of standard developed by the independent Higher Education Standards Panel. The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) provide the following law protects which are required to be taken into consideration by every academic institution:.

  1. The wellbeing of all international students.
  2. The quality of students' education experience.
  3. The provision of latest and accurate information.
  4. The rights for international students

Australia institutions have proved to be unmatched, so far, when it comes to implementation of rights and consumer protection. It implements a rigorous consumer protection program, especially for international students. As per the Australian Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000, all programs that are offered to overseas students meet strict government regulations.

A land of noble laureates

Over 15 Australian scientists were awarded a Noble prize for their work in different fields for reinstating the quality of education and academic research available in Australia. Over a billion individuals, globally, are dependent on innovations and discoveries made by Australian research specialists. Australia is proud of its findings in cancer vaccination, IVF, penicillin, and ultrasound, Bionic Ear, and finally also Black Box Flight Recorders. Student researchers who are seeking research prospects can expect endless support from the Australian government for their projects, in terms of funding, providing the best guides to labs and facilities.

Student Essential Services

In order to aid the next generation of researchers, entrepreneurs, scientists and young individuals aiming to change the world; we at HS Consultants provide many helpful services to students who are looking for courses in Australia. These include: Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), accommodation services, guardianship, welfare services, and so much more.

Fun facts about Australia

  • 47% per cent of the total population of Australia is born abroad
  • Women in Australia gained voting rights in 1902.
  • Over 80% of the Australian population lives within 100 kilometers of the coastal area which makes this the most urbanized of coastal dwelling populations, around the world.
  • Sheep are present all over Australia as it houses three times more sheep than people.
  • The Great Barrier Reef has a mailbox!
  • Australia has the largest public tram system in the entire world.
  • 4 out of 10 Australians are migrants.
  • 526,932 international students from over 90 countries come to Australia.

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