Some facts about studying in Australia
Australia is the third most famous international student destination on the globe.
It might be a little country of 24.5 million people with land the size of America, but it’s one of the world leaders in education. Australia will soon surpass the UK as the world’s second most famous student destination, just behind the US, according to the University College of London’s Centre for international Higher Education.
Australia is currently home to approximately 700,000+ international students.
That’s an 11% increase in international student numbers from 2017. Australia’s quality education, world class research and development, easy access to student support services, and a place to stay after studies to settle down as a permanent resident.
Australia’s got 6 of the world’s top 30 universities
Aussie educational institutions might not be as old as the universities in the UK or the US but they’ve still managed to make a mark in the top rankings. The University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales and Monash University are all up there in the top 30 universities of the world for 2020, according to the Times Higher Education World University.
Australia has one of the world’s best education ecosystems
Australia has an interesting higher education system. Australia’s education system is highly diverse and offers more than 22,000 courses to choose from, among 1,100 educational hubs, ranking it 8th in the universities worldwide, ahead of France, Germany, Norway and Japan.
A driving force on career outcomes for practical life, post-graduate life
International students reach almost 90% satisfaction scores for their continual studies and career upgrades in Australia, as per the 2018 Department of Education International Student Survey.
7 of the most significant student regions across the world are in Australia
According to QS Great Student Regions 2019 survey, approximately all of Australia’s mega student regions: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and the Gold Coast are among world 100. Let’s not forget Wollongong is one of the best in the country too.
The Australian Government has granted more than A$300 million in scholarships for international students.
Australia gave away more than three thousand Australian Awards scholarships and short courses to students from more than fifty five countries in 2019. You too may be eligible for any one of them in 2020.
Field by field, Aussie universities easily make the cut in world’s top 50
Australia’s diversification of course offered and it’s ranking across the board is a phenomenal feat. According to the Times Higher Education Worldwide University Ranks in 2020, Australia is killing it in the following fields:
Arts & Humanities
Clinical, Pre-Clinical & Health
Engineering & Technology
Australia’s graduates make up a network of more than 2.5 million worldwide alumni producing an international force.
In the last 50 years, more than 2.5 million international students have been recognized to have been graduated from Australian study hubs, according to the International Education Association of Australia. These alumni are now ambassadors of Australian culture, lifestyle and an influential force across the globe.
Aussie universities have produced fifteen Nobel Laureates
Since the 1945 prize for the discovery of penicillin to the latest one in 2017 – International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Australia’s research and development is progressing with leaps and bounds. Would you like to be the next Nobel Laureate Australia produces?