Study in Australia
Australia has over 200,000 international students from over 140 countries around the world enrolled in any given year. These international students study a wide range of disciplines at every level of education, from short-term English courses to post-doctoral research. Higher Education In Australia Australia is a popular destination for students wishing to complete their higher education overseas. In fact, the percentage of international students in Australia is higher than in the UK or the USA. This is not surprising when you consider the reputation for innovative, high-quality, and internationally recognized study programs that Australian universities offer. Australia has a national set of qualifications, which are endorsed by the Australian government. This means that there is national and international recognition of each qualification and the level of education it offers.
Undergraduate > Bachelor's Degree: Provides initial preparation for professional careers and postgraduate study and involves a minimum of three years full-time study. Entrance generally requires the completion of an Australian Secondary School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent, or a Diploma or Advanced Diploma from the vocational education sector. Most non-native English speakers are also required to take an IELTS test.
Bachelor's Degree (Honors): May be taken as an additional year following a three year degree or is awarded on the basis of meritorious achievement in degrees of four or more years.
Postgraduate: Generally designed for specific vocational purposes, either the broadening of skills and knowledge already gained in an undergraduate program or the gaining of vocational skills and knowledge in a new professional area. The typical requirement is six months of full-time study for the Graduate Certificate and twelve months of full-time study for the Graduate Diploma.
Master's Degree: Provides a mastery or high-order overview of a relevant field of study or area of professional practice. Typically they involve two years of study after a Bachelor's Degree or one year after a Bachelor-Honors Degree.
- - Quality in Education
- - Good potential for employment after course completion.
- - English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs
- - Information and Communication Technology in Schools
Students need to meet both a sufficient level of English language proficiency and the minimum academic requirements before they can be admitted to an Australian university.
Undergraduate degrees require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of this. Some degrees may also have certain pre-requisite subjects and grades.
Entry to postgraduate courses requires completion to a satisfactory standard of a bachelor degree. Prospective students may also need to demonstrate research ability or relevant work experience.
University courses cost in Australia are comparable to those in other English speaking countries such as the UK and USA. In the Australian education system, some degrees are slightly shorter than in other countries. For example, some Bachelor degrees take three years in Australia but four years in the USA.
|Carrick Institute of Education||Sydney & Melbourne|
|Nova Institute of Technology||Melbourne|
|William Angliss Institute||Melbourne|
|Australian Institute||South Australia|
|Crown Institute of Business & technology (CIBT)||Sydney|
|Raffle’s college of design & commerce||North Sydney|
|Australian Institute of commerce & Technology (AICT)||Perth|
|Australian Academy of hospitality Mgmt (AAHM)||Perth|
|Charls Sturt University|
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