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An Overview of Australian Education System

Posted by: | Posted on: September 27, 2019

The Australian education system has been created to allow students to easily move along training pathways from one from one qualification level to the next. Additionally students can easily transfer from one institution to a new one.

The top Australian universities listed below are all part of what is called the ‘Group of Eight’ Australian universities. These top Australian universities carry out the majority of all Australia research and development and between them secure on average than 60% of all Australian university research funding.

Top Australian Universities for research and Funding (Group of Eight). Universities are listed in alphabetical order:

> The University of Adelaide (Adelaide)
> The Australian National University (ANU)
> The University of Melbourne (UniMelb)
> Monash University (Monash)
> The University of New South Wales (UNSW)
> The University of Queensland (UQ)
> The University of Sydney (Sydney)
> The University of Western Australia (UWA)

For profiles of all the top Australian universities visit our Australian Universities directory on the StudyinAustralia.com website. Find top Australian certificate individual support universities in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Hobart, Darwin and many other cities around Australia. In Australia, the majority of universities are public. There are a total of 38 universities (and 4 private universities) spanning the eight states and territories of New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory.

Every university and colleges that offers courses for international students must be accredited by the Australian Government ensuring that they publish their correct locations, courses, and tuition fees. International students that intend on studying in Australia will need to have a valid student visa for the length of their training in the country. Prospective student need to check with the Australian Embassy in your home country to see whether you are eligible to apply for a student visa prior to receiving your official confirmation of enrollment and then paying your tuition fees. You will additionally require Overseas Student
Health Cover (OSHC)

On arrival in Australia most institutions provide orientation for new students including organizing accommodation and other services required for your study abroad stay in Australia.

Living costs to study in Australia for international students are very affordable with a good range of options available whether you choose to live with other students or on your own. You can choose to live in the following types of accommodation: On Campus for between AU$100-250 PW or Off Campus in share accommodation, private rental accommodation, home-stay accommodation living with an Australian family or in budget hotels and guest houses.





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