When a people think of studying abroad, they think about studying in Australia. Many international students choose Australia because of its extraordinary education system, high standard of living and beneficial environment for students.
High Ranking World Class Universities:
Career building for a student requires a better choice of university and long range of courses, in short the place should be an academic bunch.
According to QS World University Rankings, Australia has top ranking universities which are listed amongst top 100 universities in the world:
|The Australian National University||20|
|The University of Melbourne||41|
|The University of New South Wales||45|
|The University of Queensland||47|
|The University of Sydney||50|
These universities offer a long range of courses related to engineering, medicine and marketing which really enhances your CV and chances of getting a better job.
Student Visa is easier to get:
It is easy to get a student visa in Australia as compared to other countries. If u want to get it then, get enrolled in a university in Australia, prove your financial resources, show a good IELTS score and Wollah! You have got your Student Visa.
Improve your Communication:
As you know that English is official language in Australia, so, wherever you go you’ll have to communicate in the official and international language i.e. English, whether it is an international student or office of your university or a supermarket. The point is that you’ll have to use English in your day to day life so in a matter of months, you’ll be able to understand all accents and slangs of the language used in all over the world. Also, what is better than doing something practically!
Work as you study:
While you are enrolled and study in Australia, you also look up for a part-time job to balance your financial expenses. But first you have to get TFN (Tax File Number) by applying online as it is a necessity for applying a job. After that you can search for a job through online job portals available for the enrolled students. Normally a student can work up to 20 hours in a week during semester and full time in a semester break. Doing a part-time job enables you to pay your fees and to afford travelling to explore the beautiful and breathtaking landscapes of Australia.
Society with a Versatile Culture:
As the country is accepting and giving space to the international students in its world class universities, the students coming around the globe also bring their unique cultures with them. So when you interact with so many different human beings with different mentalities, you are able to understand their communities in a better way. You are able to understand their issues and live through them when you make friends there. This also gives you an opportunity to improve your communication and interpersonal skills which helps you when you go into industry/field and start dealing with international customers.