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In Australia, you will gain a high-quality education that will benefit your career in long terms and open doors for your future. It is universally recognised that Australia’s diplomas, degrees, and certificates are equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth nations. 

Education in Australia

Australia ranks consistently as one of the best places for people to live throughout the world according to the United Nations, even though you may have heard about and experienced its friendly and open nature. Students from abroad will experience the same freedoms as Australians - respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society. 

Despite the high level of education and living standards in Australia, international students tend to spend less in living costs and tuition fees than in other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. The Australian education system is often the top choice for students attending college or university.

There are countless modern amenities and technologies available on Australia’s post-secondary campuses. You will have ample opportunities to become involved in this dynamic aspect of education as part of an Australian education. Besides learning valuable skills and knowledge related to analytical-thinking and communication, you will also develop your ability to express yourself, express your creativity, and build your self-confidence. Academic excellence is infused with classroom interaction and collaboration, and teachers and professors are always available to assist students with lessons.

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In Australia, tertiary study falls into two categories: Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training (VET, also known as TAFE). The type of study you choose will depend on your career goals.

There are three categories of programs that are popular among international students, including:

1. English courses

2. Vocational Education and Training (VET) or Technical and Further Education (TAFE)

3. Undergraduate Programs and Post Graduate Programs.


Keep this in mind before you start comparing your options: in most industries, there are different levels of jobs with different qualifying requirements.

There are jobs that require higher education degrees, some that require vocational training qualifications, some that require both, and others that accept either.

The first step towards determining what tertiary course would suit you would be to think about the types of career you’re interested in.

Choosing the most suitable school, location, and program for one's studies can be challenging with so many universities and colleges in Australia and such a diverse climate and geography.

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