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Started by sukishan, Jul 11, 2009, 07:09 PM

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•     Australia is one of the best places in the world to live while you learn.
•    Australian education has a strong international reputation for excellence.
•    There is a wide range of courses and disciplines offered by Australian institutions.
•    Australia has strict laws that ensure all courses offered to international students are of a high standard.
•    Students can work up to 20 hrs per week while studying in Australia.
•     As an overseas student on a student visa you can apply for permanent residency under Australia's General Skilled
      Migration program (GSM).

Australia offers some of the world's best educational opportunities, and has an unrivalled reputation for welcoming and supporting international students

There are universities in all major Australian cities and throughout regional areas of the country ranging in size from around 3,000 students to 50,000 students. About 20 percent of students enrolled in Australian universities are from overseas. 

Many international students also study in vocational education and training colleges and institutes across Australia. These institutes offer qualifications that are recognized in the workplace. 

The Australian Government ensures the quality of Australian institutions and courses in a number of ways. Institutions must be accredited and courses offered to international students must be approved and listed on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). Qualifications offered to students must fit the Australian Qualifications Framework.   
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