Australia is comparatively affordable, and the scholarships provided to foreign students helps to reduce their living and tuition costs. Moreover, post-study work visas provided them International work experience. Australia is one of the examples, we found it to become a hub of education and travelers.
Australia the smallest continents, and a beautiful island in a beautiful geographical setup with a tropical vegetation, temperate grasslands, desert vegetation and Savanna grassland. In term of study in Australia, it is the most popular study destination for international students.
Education: Australia has a long-standing history of being home for the best research institutions in the world. It provides a well-organized and standard curriculum education system so that all scholars will be given the same quality of education. The system is based on important abilities one must have i.e. Language, Literacy, Numeracy, Critical and Creative Thinking, Personal and Social Capability and Intercultural understanding.
Employment: Australia is far from unique when it comes to visa approvals. Although a student visa is required to enter the country, apart from this student visa holder are also eligible for employment. Australia allows students to find part-time work opportunities (40 hours per fortnight), especially in holidays when students can work full-time (unlimited hours). A number of multinational company’s offering brilliant job opportunities for full time as well as part-time. Students who come to study in Australia also get a chance to do the part-time job and after completing their 2 years course they also get an opportunity to work full time for 2 years because AUPP provides Post Study Work Visa on arrival to all its students in Australia.
Culture: When it comes to studying abroad everyone is concerned about the environment and culture of that place. Here no need to feel concerned about being the odd one out in Australia. Because of the popularity of abroad education in Australia around the world, Australia has become well known for being a very accessible destination for international students.
Accommodation: University campuses do have on-campus accommodation for international students but the majority of the students in Australia prefer off-campus accommodation. The transport facilities are more efficient and quick, making it easier for the student to commute daily to the university from their stay location.
Climate: It might take some time getting used to the climate in Australia because its climate differs from one place to another. The same climate that you experience in the northern part may not be the same when you move towards the south. Moreover keep in mind that due to its location in the southern hemisphere, the seasons in Australia are totally opposite of those in the United States. Rainfall usually peaks in the summer in most parts of the state in Australia.
Society: The people in Australia are good at welcoming, supporting and helping. They quick to lend a hand when needed, volunteer for charity or community work.
Things you can do while studying in Australia!
1. Relax on a beach on weekends since the cities are near to the coastal area.
2. If you are a party lover, then you should lock yourself in some pubs, or nightclubs on weekends, which are quite plenty.
3. Australia is the home to a number of unusual and numerous species of birds, animals, and reptiles. Hence you can visit a Zoo or Sanctuary.
4. Visit Adelaide, the wine capital of Australia.
5. Great Barrier Reef, one of the top destination for underwater explorers and scuba divers. This place becomes the most diverse ecosystem in the world.
Where to study in Australia?
In term of place, Australia provides many options for a student to choose a city for study. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Gold Coast are the few examples of best student cities in Australia. Apart from various cities Sydney and Melbourne are the best for the international student as it has the various job opportunities.