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Study Abroad: A Review of the Australian Education System

Australia’s Education system provides more than 12,500 courses that are acknowledged internationally and are of top-notch standards. Australian tuition fees and living expenses are better than most other countries. Here are some facts:

1. Tuition of an Australian university is more affordable than in the USA, UK or Canada.

2. Australia provides a safe studying environment for international students.

International Student Square

3. The standard of living is one of the highest in the world in Australia.

4. Australia is third in the number of international students that study in its universities, behind the USA and UK. However, for many students, Australia is a primary option for studying abroad.

Because of the great lifestyle available and Australian Education’s standardized system of qualifications, it is no surprise that more than 180,000 international students decide to study in Australia each year. This fact in addition to Australia’s reputation for teaching international students, prove that the type of education you get is unparalleled.

Australia’s multicultural society allows students to expand their perspectives of the world, learn new things and travel in an English speaking country. The proximity of Asia gives Australia a unique mixture of cultures that cannot be found anywhere else. Additionally, Asia’s proximity makes it an easy travel destination if you are interested.

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All of Australian’s educational institutions ranging from schools to universities to training colleges are registered with the Australian Government in order to meet certain educational conditions. This is to ensure that all courses are being taught at the highest of standards in both ethics and quality.

The school curriculum's focus not only on the understanding concepts and theories, but also on their applications to the real world. Students will be challenged to analyze various viewpoints and arguments, collect and examine data, come up with their own arguments and be able to support them with examples and discuss them with students and teachers. Students are going to be challenged to be more active in learning rather than passively listening. If students fall behind or need help with their study skills, most institutions have counseling and tutoring services.

Tracking a student’s progress is different for each institution. To do your best, students should have a good grasp on how they will be assessed prior to applying for a certain university.

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