Australia is amongst the top five study destinations for international students in the world. There are plenty of amazing places for you to study, and explore this beautiful country at the same time. The below will provide you with further information on the different regions, and will help you decide which city / region would offer you the most fruitful study experience.
Queensland is the second largest state in Australia and is situated in the north-east of the country. Queensland is also referred to as the 'Sunshine State' and is famous for the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser island, the Whitsundays, the Daintree Rainforest, and Australia's Theme Park Capital; The Gold Coast.
There are close to 300 registered institutions for international students, and this region is home to some of the more flexible and affordable study options.
Most popular destinations include the Gold Coast, Brisbane, and Cairns.
The most popular study location in NSW is Sydney.
Sydney is home to several world class universities and a large number of private vocational and English colleges. NSW's education system enjoys a strong global reputation, and has the largest research sector in Australia.
NSW is famous for The Blue Mountains, The Hunter Valley, The Snowy Mountains, the iconic Opera House & Harbour Bridge in Sydney, as well as Bondi Beach.
Victoria is located in the south-east of Australia. It is Australia's most densely populated state, mainly concentrated within its capital and largest city, Melbourne. It is home to Phillip Island Nature Park, the Great Ocean Road, The Grampians, the Mornington Peninsula and some of the best wineries in the country.
Melbourne is regarded as one of the most liveable cities in the world and is famous for its multicultural communities and excellent food and fashion. Melbourne offers cultural entertainment activities all year round, and is home to several univesities and private vocational & English colleges.
This state is well known for its excellence in education, offering international students world class study opportunities.
Western Australia is the country's largest state occupying the entire western third of Australia, with Perth being the main study destination.
Being on of the largest states in the world, WA offers a wide range of attractions, with the main tourist destinations being the Bungle Bungle Range, the Margeret River Wine Region, Cable Beach, the Horizontal Waterfalls, and the Pinnacles.
Study options in the northern part of WA are limited, but Perth is the home of 21 world class education institutions, offering a range of study options. All buses within Perth's CBD zone are free, and students are offered a further 40% discount on all other public transport.