Australia is one of the countries with the highest quality of life in the world. It is a young, vibrant and open country in which students can live, learn, and grow and which occupies a place as a singular place in the intersection of culture, geography, history, and economy. It posses a large amount of natural resources, making it a nation-continent of extreme beauty.
Australians enjoy a comfortable lifestyle, a good healthcare and social security system, a high level of education, a good communications system, a stable and well-developed economic system, and a clean and safe ecosystem. If you desire a quality education and a good lifestyle, Australia is for you.
The education institutions are of a high quality and as they are financed by the government, are of low cost even to international students. The Australian educational system has a solid reputation worldwide and is known for its effective structure and for its innovative strides in educational policy.
Many countries that which to improve their own educational systems seek advice and help from Australia. Students are allowed a maximum of 20 hours of work per week on their student visa, which allows a student to practice their English in the workplace as well as providing for themselves.
- Country: Australia
- Capital: Canberra
- Suggested Cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Cairns, Adelaide
- Climate: tropical with level seasons in the north of the country; moderate stations in the south of the country; temperatures hit 6°C in the winter and 35°C in the summer
- Living Cost: Cairns, Adelaide: 900 AUD per month; Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane: 1000 AUD per month; Sydney, Gold Coast: 1200 AUD
- Programs: English language, undergraduate degree, graduate degree, technological careers, au pair, professional practice
- Activities: tourism within the country or to other countries of the Asian Pacific (Thailand, China, the Philippines, Japan, and Vietnam), sports (footy, rugby, swimming, etc), aquatic sports (surfing, snorkeling, diving, sky surfing, skiing, etc), adventure sports (rafting, skydiving, skiing, snowboarding, etc), swimming with dolphins, F1, MotoGP, the Melbourne Cup, Australian Open (tennis), cultural festivals, and concerts
- Work Permit: 20 hours a week during school and 40 hours a week during vacation time; average minimum wage: 12 to 16 AUD
- Language: English
- Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)
- How you can study in Australia: http://www.estudie.org