Out of 140 cities surveyed by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Melbourne has been ranked the second most liveable city in the world, while Sydney has climbed in the rankings to take third place, an incredible accolade for two of Australia’s most popular student cities.
International students in Australia can start ticking off their bucket list this summer for weekend day trips to experience the sights and sounds of their bustling cities and neighbouring iconic sites. For those who are not enrolled during the summer term, now is their opportunity to explore and go on an adventure with friends, be
Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has recently announced that the WA government will soon release a new Occupation List to give priority to high-achieving university graduates. The effort is part of the government’s strategy to attract the best global minds to stay in Western Australia. “We need to send a message to the world that
ABC television channel recently featured the heartwarming success story of Southern Cross University professor Gregory Smith who proved that anyone can overcome the greatest of life’s adversities and emerge successful. By unshackling himself of a long-held destructive self-image, Dr Gregory Smith made peace with the demons of his past. As a young boy, he suffered
Education agents for our Australian institutions can take advantage of the continuing trend of international students choosing Australia instead of the United Kingdom. The BBC News has recently reported a study done by the University College of London that Australia has overtaken the UK as the world’s second biggest destination for international students, following the