Updated on Wednesday 10 April 2013
Our Study in Australia section is intended to provide information and advice on all things Australian.
From reasons to choose Australia as your studying destination, to advice on choosing the right course and
institution for you, to help with your finances, you'll find it all in one easy to read and understand section.
Why Study in Australia
Why Study in Australia? What does it have to offer me? These are some of the questions you will need to ask yourself, and we help you find the answers!
How do you know what program/ university is right for you? Reading our "factors to consider" section should give you a good understanding of what you need to think about so you can make the right choice.
Living in Australia
Living in Australia may be different to life in your home country. To prepare for life in a foreign country far from home, our "Living in Oz" section gives you help, advice and information about what life is like in Australia.
Working in Australia
Most international students are able to work to some extent while they are studying in Australia. Although you cannot fund your whole degree on a part-time job, it can help make ends meet on an otherwise tight budget. Find out the rules on working in Australia and how to go about getting a job, both while you are in school and after you graduate.
Financial Aid for Australia
Financing is one of the most important areas to consider for international students, as international students know that funding can be difficult to obtain and require a long lead-time to secure. Hopefully we can point you in the right direction to help with this process.
You have graduated - now what happens? What are your options? Can you stay in Australia? Do you need to leave the country? Can you go to Graduate School? After you graduate, you have many options - this section will help you decide what is right for you.
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