Thrid most popular international student destination in the world despite having a population of only 23 million
Australia promises to be the ideal place for international education and continues to attract students to its great academic resources
Our students are able to contact us whenever needed even outside working hours
Eighth University system ranking in the world ahead of the UK, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands
Five out of thirty best student cities in the world are in Australia
Seven out of one hundred top universities in the world are Australian
$200 Million annual government investment of international scholarships
Australian universities feature in the top 50 ranked universities in the world in the following study areas, Arts and Humanities, Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health, Engineering and Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences
2,500,000 international annual of Australian institutions are making a difference around the world
Nobel Prize laureates
People around the world rely on Australian discoveries and innovations every day, Penicillin, IVF, Ultrasound, WiFi, Bionic Ear, Cervical Cancer Vaccine and the Black Box
Australia has steadily emerged as the top international destination for higher education amongst students from the world over. With high-quality and niche schools, almost 1,200 in number, catering to more than 22,000 diverse courses, Australia promises to be the ideal place for international education and continues to attract students to its great academic resources. Whether you are looking for primary and secondary school education, vocational education and training (VET) to kick-start your career, boost your language skills with English language courses or want to pursue higher education in the university levels, Australia’s premier institutes have it all. The Australian Government takes immense pride in promoting quality education and formulating laws to protect the interests and safety of the international students, irrespective of the course you choose to purse or the duration of study. Whether it is the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 or the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code), the Australian laws have a strong reputation for providing consistent standards of education across the nation in the field of international education and training for overseas students.
While choosing a course of study in Australia as an international student on a student visa, you must essentially choose an institution and enrol in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). If the institution and course of your choice is CRICOS registered, then you are ensured to receive the highest quality education as per the international standards, which truly deliver on the trademark of superior Australian Education. For more information on the different courses and institutions, visit our Study in Australia website, which has been designed to address your needs intuitively.
Apart from the ESOS Act and National Code, Australia also has a number of regulatory bodies and quality assurance organizations that ensure best practices in higher education and VET institutions. These organizations come under the government’s authority and are responsible for the registration/re-registration of the various eligible institutions and accreditation/re-accreditation of the different courses. Some of these government organisations include:
Regardless of the course you want to pursue from the institution of your choice and the duration of study, with international standards and regulations in place, Australia beckons the international student community to truly experience an enriching, high-quality world-class education!