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

Horse Racing & Choosing Topics

Hi everyone, welcome again to my blog! Since my first semester at Flinders has started I have been busy with many assignments and have now...

How to Survive Culture Shock

Hello everyone! As I told you before, my impact with multiculturalism in Adelaide was quite tough! I already lived abroad and I have a heap of...

Interning in the USA

It has been very interesting since I arrived here from Australia nearly two weeks ago. I feel like I have adapted very quickly, and my...

STUDENT LIFESTYLE

Music and Arts in Adelaide

When I watched the film Once (2007, John Carney), I remember being so touched and inspired by the story of two talented musicians meeting...

Student Visas to Study in Australia

Anyone studying in Australia for 4 months or more will have to apply and be accepted for a student visa. Australia is very strict...

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...

SCHOLARSHIPS

Time Runs Fast

My first year in Oz: university, adventures, work and new friends! It was the 2nd of January 2012 when I finally arrived in Australia and...

Studying in Australia: What is the Timeline?

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 more...

The skinny on scholarships for trade schools

At a time when some job opportunities are shrinking, no career paths present greater opportunities and growth than the skilled trades. Demand for tradesmen...

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,...