Why study Australia?
Australia is the only country in the world that constitutes an entire continent making it the largest island in the world. The country is truly unique in the sense that it offers a vibrant multiculturalism environment that stems from a combination of Indigenous cultures, early European settlement, and mass immigration. Australia harbors the diversity of the people and hosts a variety of cultures and cuisines. Australia offers a perfect student destination for studying and upgrading their career from all over the world. The universities in Australia offer numerous courses including professional degrees, double degrees, and postgraduate programmes. Some of the most sought-a programmes are engineering: mechanical and electrical, management and commerce, natural and pfterhysical sciences, accounting, information, and technology. The country has always been a popular student destination among students for abroad studies because of the quality of education, lifestyle, and the friendly nature of the Australian people who accept all other cultures all around the world and offers some of the top-quality universities in the world.
Currently, the country has an approximate population of 2.58 crores in its 7,617,930 km2 with its most popular cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, and it’s capital Canberra. The currency of the country is called Australian DOLLAR ($AUD) which is equivalent to 55 Ngultrum in the Bhutanese context
A full-time degree student can work up to 40 hours fortnightly during term-time and full-time during vacations. A full-time student can also work on a work placement as part of the course. On average, a single student can earn from $16 – $25 per hour i.e. $1,280 – $2,000 per month. After the successful completion of a Bachelors or Masters, a student can apply for a 2-year Post-Study Work Permit.
The places in Australia offer the favorite destination for anything including recreation, study, and work. It is a young, vibrant, and friendly country in which students can live, learn and grow. According to the worldwide Quality-of-Life Index for 2021, Australia stands fourth worldwide for the quality of life and fourth of the top ten livable cities in the world are in Australia. The country hosts some of the notable universities in the world such University of Sydney (Oldest) followed by those of the Group of Eight leading tertiary institutions, including the University of Adelaide, the Australian National University located in the national capital in Canberra, which is ranked 1st in Australia, and 27th in the world by the QS World University Rankings (2021), Monash University and the University of New South Wales. There are also other world-class universities such as the University of Queensland, Griffith University, James Cook University, and Centre Queensland University which offer the desired quality of courses at different levels. Australia is also reputed for the flexible working system in which any International student can work part-time as per the given guidelines.