Universities

Australia boasts numerous exceptional universities for Australian and foreign students. In fact, 7 universities in Australia are ranked in the top 200 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Australian Universities are internationally recognised for teaching and research. Many Australian professors and scientists are the top in their fields. These universities are focused on job training and preparation for the work world. Outside of the classroom, students in Australia will receive training in both simulated and real-life work situations. This results in students who are prepared to enter to work force upon graduating.

For non-English speakers, these universities offer thorough and complete coursework in English, including grammar and speaking skills. Immersion is the best and quickest way to learn a language. Studying in Australia will surely improve English skills, which can be helpful in international business or travel. There are a number of international English tests offered at these universities such as the TOEFL and IELTS. A passing score on these exams can aid an application for a permanent visa for students hoping to settle in Australia full-time.

Australia is home to 38 public and 2 private universities. These universities offer a Bachelor Degree in many different courses of study. The university courses are structured in a field of education system. The field of education features three levels of study. The broad field is the broadest of courses, and offers an overview of content. These courses are recognised by a 2-digit code. The narrow field is organised by subcategories and offers area of interest. These courses are denoted by a 4-digit code, the first two being the broad course code. The detailed field courses are subcategories of the narrow field and are separated by methods, techniques, tools and the most detailed of information pertaining to the subject. These are 6-digit code courses.

The Bachelor Degree is generally a 3 to 4 year program of full-time study. There are also some universities that offer a double degree, in which the student studies for two Bachelor Degrees at the same time. The average cost of study per year is approximately $5650AUD to $8500 per year.

For students hoping to alleviate the cost of schooling, there are some scholarships both public and private. The Australia Awards features three scholarship programs. The Endeavour Awards are merit-based scholarships for students from Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the Americas in order to begin study and professional improvement in Australia. The Australian Leadership Awards is a scholarship for future leaders interested in developing countries socially and economically. The Australian Development Scholarship is focused on development in Australia and is reserved for students interested in studying economic growth and social development in Australia.

There are many student visas available for non-Australian students seeking an education in scenic Australia. The Universities are among the top in the world, the education is affordable and the students are able to experience new cultures.

The top 10 universities in Australia are:

  1. University of Melbourne
  2. Australian National University
  3. University of Sydney
  4. University of Queensland
  5. Monash University
  6. University of New South Wales
  7. University of Western Australia
  8. University of Adelaide
  9. Macquarie University
  10. University of Wollongong
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