Why Should You Study In Australia?

Planning to study in a different country is not a small decision. You are not just going to leave behind your family and friends, another thought that may trouble you is where you will study. The best universities, vibrant cities, several oceans, and great nature are just some of the reasons that attract students to Australia.

Planning to study in a different country is not a small decision. You are not just going to leave behind your family and friends, another thought that may trouble you is where you will study. The best universities, vibrant cities, several oceans, and great nature are just some of the reasons that attract students to Australia. This country has great opportunities for anyone who plans to study abroad.

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Why should you study in Australia? If this is a question that is still running in your mind and you are not convinced yet then the below given reason will definitely get you surer.

It has the best universities

International students have a great many options to choose from if they decide to study in Australia. There are a total of 43 universities – 40 of them are Australian, one private university, and two international. So not only does Australia offer quality it offers quantity as well. What is great is that six Australian universities have managed to find a position in the top 100 internationally renowned list.

There are many majors you can choose from

As Australia has some of the best ranking universities in the world, it is not surprising that they offer many different majors and degrees. Whether you are a student of English or engineering, mathematics or medicine, you have many combinations and options to select from if you decide to study in Australia. Ideally, you should make a shortlist of some universities and then contact them to learn about their eligibility criteria and if they offer the course that you are interested in.

It is culturally diverse

Australia is among the most culturally diverse nations with a huge population of international students. Here, you will get to study with students from all over the globe. You also get the opportunity to step out of your comfort zone, experience new things, but at the same time, you will feel a sense of belonging to this multicultural setting. As you live in a multicultural society, you get to try different types of food, learn different languages, and get to be a part of different internal celebrations.

You have plenty to see, so much to enjoy

Australia has beautiful landscapes, vast outback, amazing coastlines, modern cities, and also unique marsupials like quokkas, wombats, koalas, and kangaroos. When you study in Australia you get to witness the natural attractions including the Great Barrier Reef (Queensland), the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Northern Territory), and Rottnest Island (Western Australia), and more. Also, the laid-back attitude and sunny weather will make you fall in love with this country.

Communication is easy

Australians speak in the most common language, English. So, it will be pretty easy for international students to explain themselves and also understand what is being said. Yes, you may take a short while to master the slang, but you can take the help of a local classmate and things are going to be easier.

Education expenses are reasonable compared to the local wages after graduation

Education expenses in Australia are lower compared to many other destinations like the UK and the USA. The secondary school fees start from $AUD 7,800 and may go as high as $AUD 30,000 a year. An undergraduate course may range from $AUD 15,000 to $AUD 36,000 a year. As far as a postgraduate course is concerned, the tuition fees can vary from $AUD 20,000 to $AUD 42,000 per year. Foundation studies generally start from around $AUD 15,000 a year and for TAFE courses you can expect to pay around $AUD 4,000 or more. You will earn an average of $AUD 60,000 3 years after your graduation.

You have great work opportunities

If you enjoy studying in Australia (which you most certainly will) then you may want to stay longer. Australia offers a Temporary Graduate Visa that may allow you to stay back in the country and join work after you have graduated. You also have opportunities like the Professional Year Program which gives the chance to graduates of engineering, information technology, and accounting degrees to enjoy mentoring and experience at a workplace in Australia. If you complete this program, you may even gain a permanent residency.

To Conclude 

Your question, why you should study in Australia certainly has been answered by now. It has many course options for students of every field and it has the best institutions available to choose from. The weather in Australia is also perfect, the expenses of education are pretty reasonable, and the people here are friendly. These reasons certainly are enough to lure anybody into studying in this wonderful country.

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