Why Australia?

Australian institutions are educating more than 400,000 international students. For many, the most powerful lure is the reputation of quality and the diversity of Australia's education system.

Students are attracted by the country's natural and man-made wonders, the peaceful environment, the cosmopolitan cities, multicultural communities, work & study structure and relatively low cost life style. They enjoy the challenge and freedom of studying overseas and the status that comes from studying at educational institution which have a reputation for excellence.

Studying in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking for higher education. You will learn the essential skills of teamwork. Your higher education in Australia will teach you to communicate effectively with others and to develop the practical skills and intellectual abilities you need for global success.

Your teachers will encourage you to think of original, practical solutions to real world problems. Upon graduation, your qualification will make you highly sought after by Australian and international employers.

Cost Effective quality education

Australia offers significantly lower annual tuition fees for many popular courses at universities and institutions. Bachelor degrees can also be completed in only three years (exceptions include degrees in Engineering and medicine) compared with four years in America. This does not indicate that lower cost courses translate into lower quality outcomes. On the contrary Australia has an international reputation for equipping school , college and university students with skills and qualifications that are recognized around the world. The Australian Qualifications not only comply with national standards, but they are also likened to agreements Australia has with international organizations like Asia-Pacific economic cooperation group, the United Nations and the European group.

Quality Assurance

Australian universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. Australia's approach to vocational education and training leads the world in innovation and quality.

Australia has emerged as a leader in the development of international benchmarks for proper accreditation, consumer protection and qualifications recognition. The Australian government is committed to protecting Australia's reputation as a source of quality higher education and training.

Multicultural and safe environment

Australia is a very safe country compared with almost anywhere in the world. Political unrest is limited in Australia, crime rates are low and strict gun control laws provide a safe environment.

Australia is accepting of all religions. Your right to practice your faith without persecution or discrimination is protected by law. Australians value the wealth of cultural diversity that international students bring and offer a host of support services to help you settle into life in Australia.

Australians are open, friendly people and you will receive a warm welcome. Australia is a young, vibrant and friendly country for you to live, learn and grow. If you are looking for quality education and a good lifestyle, Australiais the place to pursue your higher education.

Australian Qualifications Frame work (AQF)

In 1995, Australia adopted the Australian Qualifications Frame work (AQF), a unified system of national qualifications in schools, vocational education and training (TAFEs and private providers) and the higher education sector (mainly universities). The AQF is recognized by employers and education bodies and institutions both in Australia and internationally.

  1. The Secondary Schools Sector;
  2. The Vocational Education and Training sector (TAFE and registered private providers); and
  3. The higher education sector (mainly universities).

National office of overseas skills Recognition (NOOSR)

NOOSR is an Australian government organization that assists Australian institutions to recognize qualifications from overseas. NOOSR works to promote the recognition of Australian qualifications internationally. NOOSR aims to help overseas’ qualified people study and work in Australia

Education Services for overseas students (ESOS) Act 2000

In 2000, Australia introduced the ESOS Act 2000. The ESOS Act and regulations set out the legal framework governing delivery of education to overseas students studying in Australia on a student visa.

The Australian Government, through the Department of education, Employment and workplace relations (DEEWR) administers the ESOS Act and its associated instruments.

ESOS ensures that Australian institutions must meet requirements for registration. If an institution doesn’t meet stringent standards for marketing activities, higher education delivery, facilities and student support services, it isn't registered. This means that the non-registered institution cannot enroll international students.

The ESOS legislation provides consumer protection. This means you will receive the tuition for which you have paid, and your fees is protected by law.
For further information: http://aei.gov.au/

Commonwealth Register of institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)

CRICOS is a database of over 1000 registered Australian Education institutions. To be able to recruit, enroll and teach international students an Australian Education Institutions must be registered on CRICOS.

As an overseas student on a student visa, you must study with an education provider and in a course that can be found on (CRICOS).

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