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10 Reasons Why You Should Study in Australia

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In recent years, Australia has been attracting students from all over the world with its unique charm and advantages, especially students from Asian countries. What are the advantages of Australia? Why do so many people choose to study in Australia? Today we will discuss the top 10 reasons to study in Australia.

1. High-quality education

According to the latest data from the Times Higher Education Network in 2020, there are 19 Australian universities ranked among the top 300 universities in the world.

Why has Australia’s education been consistently ranked at the top level in the world? The main reason is that the government attaches great importance to the educational level and quality of domestic educational institutions and requires strict requirements.

Whether it is universities, primary and secondary schools, vocational education and training or English language training, there are comprehensive and complete quality assurance measures to ensure high-quality education.

The role of teachers is also crucial. While imparting knowledge, they are good at inspiring students to think independently and encouraging students to challenge themselves. This is why Australia has cultivated countless outstanding talents, including many Nobel Prize winners.

2. More reasonable costs

Compared with other English-speaking countries, the tuition fees of Australian universities are more reasonable. According to the latest statistics, the tuition fee for a year of higher education for international students in Australia is about 29,000 Australian dollars.

The basic living expenses of life in Australia, including water, electricity, internet, public transportation, etc., are about 311 Australian dollars a week, which means that the annual expenditure is 16,000 Australian dollars.

The school will also provide students with advice on accommodation and expenses, including various accommodation options such as renting houses, hostels, residential colleges and boarding schools.

Medical insurance is compulsory for all full-time overseas students. This insurance allows overseas students to enjoy basic medical benefits during their studies in Australia, obtain necessary medical protection, and solve the worries of parents.

3. Widely recognized qualifications

Because the first-class education level of Australian universities is widely recognized all over the world, his students graduates have more international competitive advantages when they return to their home countries.

4. Extensive courses

Australia’s qualifications have a unique framework system: Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). It covers 15 academic qualifications recognized by the Australian government, closely linking Australia’s higher education, vocational education and primary and secondary education, and through rules and regulations to ensure the uniformity of the academic qualifications issued across the country.

It is worth mentioning that under this academic qualification framework, students do not have to worry about not being recognized for the credits they have obtained in the past while studying at different levels and changing between different institutions.

Through it, the academic qualifications obtained by students are easier to compare with overseas academic qualifications, and it can help students flexibly choose future career plans and academic arrangements.

5. Legal protection

A country with a sound legal system is the greatest guarantee for overseas students. Moreover, Australia is the only country in the world that has passed legislation to protect the interests of international students. Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) is intended to protect every overseas student who holds a student visa to study in Australia.

6. Beautiful learning and living environment

If you want to study in a place with a beautiful environment, then Australia is the right choice.

Australian cities such as Melbourne and Sydney have consistently ranked high in the “World’s Most Liveable Cities” rankings. Melbourne has been voted the most livable city in the world for seven consecutive years.

7. Legal work

Although most families do not need their children to do part-time work to share the financial pressure of the family after leaving the country, for children, part-time job or internship is a good way to adapt to the society and working environment in advance.

In Australia, international students can work up to 20 hours a week, and can work full-time during holidays.

8. Fair and transparent visa process

To study abroad, a visa is the entry threshold, but visas in some countries are really difficult.

In contrast, Australia has a relatively high rate of visa approval, and it uses an electronic visa, no face-to-face visa is required, and the processing cycle is about 30 days.

Overseas students who want to study in Australia can apply for the corresponding student visa entry by themselves or through professional intermediary agencies.

For more details about the Australian student visa application, you can view: How to apply for a student visa in Australia.

9. Convenient immigration conditions

Although, according to the latest news reports, Australia may reduce the number of Chinese immigrants, Australia’s immigration conditions are relatively easy to achieve compared to other countries.  

10. Sound social welfare

Australia can be said to be one of the countries with the best social welfare at present. For example, the first purchase of a house can get a government subsidy of 10,000 Australian dollars; The first newborn of in a family can get a bonus of more than 2,000 Australian dollars; All students from government elementary school to high school can have free compulsory education.

These are the top 10 reasons to study in Australia. It is no wonder that the number of people who want to study in Australia has not decreased but has increased, and many people still miss the time living in Australia after returning to their home countries.

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