Our Top Ranked Courses

The popular courses or its also call ‘Fields of study’ (also called ‘fields of education’) is a classification system used by Australian institutions to describe courses, specialisations and units of study

Business, Management & Commerce
Business, Management & Commerce

Studying in this field will provide you with an understanding of how businesses and organisations work from the inside out.

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Agriculture and Environmental Study
Agriculture and Environmental Study

Gain knowledge about global, regional and local issues from food production and farming, to food security and maintaining a safe and balanced natural environment.

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Information Technology
Information Technology

Develop skills in the processing, transmitting and storage of information. From AI, Data Scientist and the most up to date IT skills.

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Medicine, Nursing and Allie Health
Medicine, Nursing and Allie Health

In this field, your studies will provide you with a thorough knowledge of human health and the Australian health care system.

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Engineering
Engineering

The field of engineering will provide you with an occupation which has extremely wide reach.

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Education and Training
Education and Training

Undertaking a course in education and training prepares you for the real-world where you will train to become confident facilitators of learning.

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English as Second Language
English as Second Language

By studying English in Australia, you will gain a range of life skills you cannot get at home.

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Facts about studying in Australia

Studying in Australia is a fantastic way to further your education and boost your career prospects.

We might be a small country of 24.5 million people but we’re world leaders in education. Australia is soon expected to take over the UK as the world’s second most popular study destination, just behind the US, according to the University College of London’s Centre for Global Higher Education.

That’s an 11% increase in international student numbers from 2017. Our high-quality education, easy access to student support services, multicultural society and fantastic lifestyle make Australia an attractive study destination.

Our education institutions may be relatively young compared with universities such as the UK’s Oxford or the US’s Harvard but they are up there with the best. The University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales and Monash University were all ranked in the top 100 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020.

Australia has an outstanding higher education system. With over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, our system is ranked 8th in the Universitas 2019 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, higher than France, Germany, Norway and Japan.

International students report almost 90% satisfaction scores for their living and study experience in Australia according to the 2018 Department of Education International Student Survey.

We already knew our cities were great places to live and study but now it’s official! According to QS Best Student Cities 2019, almost all of our major cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and the Gold Coast – are in the world’s top 100 student cities.

Australia offered over 3,000 Australia Awards scholarships and short courses to students from over 55 countries in 2019. You could be eligible for one in 2020.

Australia provides world-leading education in many study areas. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 rated our institutions highly in the following fields:
– Arts & Humanities
– Clinical, Pre-Clinical & Health
– Engineering & Technology
– Life Sciences
– Physical Sciences
– Social Sciences

Over the past 50 years, 2.5 million international students have graduated from Australian educational institutions, according to the International Education Association of Australia. These graduates are now part of a global alumni network that is making an impact around the world.

From the 1945 prize for the discovery of penicillin to the most recent prize in 2017 for the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Australian graduates are high achievers. Will you be Australia’s next Nobel laureate?

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Australia Education

More than 1,100 institutions in Australia

Over 600,000 international students from more than 140 countries choose to study in Australia each year.

More than 22,000 courses to choose from, across every discipline.
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