There’s nothing like Australia!

International students researching their options for study are faced with numerous – often confusing – options and factors to consider. Is the climate right for me? Do I want to live in a Central Business District or a coastal area? Which territory do I want to study in – Western Australia, Queensland or even the Australian Capital Territory? We’re here to help you answer such questions, and ensure that the process of choosing a path for study is smoother and more intuitive for students, parents and counsellors alike.

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STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA

Arriving in Australia for International Students

Once you have applied to study in Australia and your visa is approved, there is one vital thing left to do: get there! Australia...

Careers In Medicine In Australia

Congratulations on considering a career in medicine! It is certainly a career path full of excitement that will offer endless opportunities for you, not just...

UNE: Welcoming Students Back to Academic Excellence

When Claire left China for the first time in her life, it was in search of self growth. She arrived in Armidale, Australia in...

Top 5 Reasons To Live and Study In Perth

Deciding where in Australia you should live and study? Here are 5 reasons why Perth should be at the top of your list. 1. Cost...

Top 10 Most Popular Countries for International Students 2020

So you want to go to university, but you're not sure where. Don't worry, we've got you. You'll be pleased to know that living...

Why Study Law in Australia?

An Australian law qualification will equip you with the skills needed for legal practice and beyond, says law school dean Professor Michael Coper. Australia loves...

STUDENT LIFE

Top Cities in Europe for International Students to Visit

One of the greatest things about studying in Europe, especially in continental Europe, is that it is so easy to travel between countries. Yet,...

Preventing and Coping with Academic Burnout

Academic burnout is a long-term condition that leaves you feeling frustrated and unmotivated with impacts on your schoolwork and concentration. It can be very...

University Accommodation Guide

Going to university is one of the most exciting things you can do as a young adult. Whether you're moving country, city or simply...

SCHOLARSHIPS

A Complete Guide To Finding and Applying for Scholarships

Governments of all countries today are looking forward to accepting international intakes. This has motivated them to extend various scholarships and grants to meritorious...

Top 5 Government Funded Scholarships for International Students

For many international students, government funding in the form of grants, bursaries and scholarships is the only way they can pursue their dream of...

Studying in Australia – The Application Process

Every year, thousands of international students flock to one of Australia’s 39. According to the latest available figures, only the USA and Britain attract...

WHAT ALUMNI SAY

Pete’s Urban Planning Degrees at the University of New England

Pete Russell is a Manager of International Development for a consultancy based in Canberra, Australia. He graduated from the University of New England (UNE) in...

From India to Australia – Atharva Desai’s Masters at Swinburne University

Atharva Desai was working in a high-level position for an IT firm in India when he decided to go overseas to Australia. To take...

Ayaz Ahmad at Victoria University Melbourne

Ayaz Ahmad completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) (Honours), at Victoria University, 2014-2017. We asked him about the course, student life,...

STUDENT BLOGS

Our Rooftop Garden at UNISA

University life isn’t all about study. Every now and then, you get a chance to stop and re-energise. One way to do this at...

Exploring New York City

Hi all! Well, I made it back to Boston safe and sound from the crazy city of New York. I was only there for a...

My Last Week Working in Boston

Hi all, I think I have finally recovered from the busy few days in New York City and have been enjoying my last week in...

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