Study Destination: Australia
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EduCo in Australia operates wholly owned institutions Cambridge International College and Strathfield College. In partnership with Southern Cross University, we operate their Sydney, Melbourne and Perth branch campuses. Through these institutions, EduCo supports the delivery of post-secondary programs including pathways, vocational, undergraduate and graduate programs to international students from more than 110 countries.
Why do international students choose to study in Australia?
Interim work opportunity after graduation
After graduating from an Australian institution, international students can live and work in Australia for a specified duration. The Australian government offers temporary graduate visas to international student-graduates who want to work in an Australian setting before heading home.
Naturally stunning, outdoor haven
The continent nations vast landscape is a splendid mixture of gold-sand beaches, tropical rainforests, dry deserts and snowy mountains. Australia boasts over 500 national parks and 14 world heritage sites with pink lakes, blue mountains, fairy penguins and a coral reef that is almost as big as Germany.
Friendly and laidback
Australia is known for its friendly, open-minded residents who enjoy a laidback lifestyle. Any Aussie can essentially be one’s “mate”. Even in bustling urban centres like Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, Aussies are in no rush. Most people love the outdoors, have a good sense of work-life balance and know how to have fun.
The country’s population is highly diverse. As a melting pot of different cultures, Australia offers unique experiences and attractions in a variety of areas like cuisine, languages and arts, events, and entertainment, among others.
World-class higher education
Australia has more than 1,000 institutions that offer about 22,000 courses to prospective students. With seven of its higher education institutions ranked in the world’s Top 100 universities and with fifteen Nobel laureates hailing from the country, Australia is on the map when it comes to educational excellence. It even has the third highest number of international students in the world, after the U.K. and the U.S. High standards of education are ensured by the Australian government through careful regulation.