Reasons to Study in AustraliaNovember 29, 2021 2021-12-08 12:18
Reasons to Study in Australia
5 Reasons to Study in Adelaide
A tradition of education excellence
Adelaide is the Nobel Prize capital of Australia, producing three Nobel Laureates and hundreds of Rhodes Scholars. Our institutions are among Australia’s oldest and most prestigious.
For over 70 years, this city has provided students of all ages with the education that allows them to follow their dreams.
A great variety of institutions and courses
We have internationally-recognised Australian universities, foreign universities, private colleges, and an extensive Vocational Education and Training system. Students wanting to learn English have a variety of flexible programs to choose from. If there’s a course you want to study, we’ve got it in Adelaide.
Australia’s most Liveable city
Statistics show that is costs almost 20% more to live in Melbourne or Sydney, and almost 10% more to live in Brisbane and Perth. As a student on a budget, your dollar will go much further in Adelaide, so you’ll be able to enjoy even more of
our world-renowned festivals, events, food and wine. Of course, you can enjoy one of the cleanest
airs and beautiful sunshine in the world.
Adelaide is a really friendly place! We welcome people from all cultures, backgrounds and religions. International students from over 150 countries have helped create an exciting, multicultural university city.
Have fun and make friends
As soon as they arrive, international students are given a free welcome backpack and a guide containing everything they need to know about living in Adelaide. There’s also a yearlong calendar of free and discounted events especially for international students!
5 Reasons to Study in Sydney
Make connections in Australia’s most multicultural city
Home to around five million people and some of the biggest companies in the world, Sydney is as diverse as it gets in Australia. More than one-third of the city’s residents were born overseas and a language other than English is spoken in one in three Sydney households. This makes it a great destination for international students who are keen to network and enjoy new experiences.
Jump into Australia’s services boom
Sydney has benefited from the huge increase in demand for services worldwide over the past 20 years, as the finance, insurance, health, education, information media and telecommunications industries have created more jobs in the city.
As an international city with close links to Asia, Sydney hosts the regional headquarters of over 600 international companies. In the future, Sydney’s ‘knowledge hubs’ will continue to expand, offering great employment opportunities.
Take advantage of high wages
Sydney’s residents earn the fourth-highest salaries in the world, which may have something to do with the fact that it has experienced 22 years of economic growth. Plus, the rising share of knowledge jobs in the city is forecasted to increase wages even further. When studying in Sydney, you’ll gain experience in a competitive and dynamic labour market that will help prepare you for the jump to full-time employment.
Sydney is also a beautiful, relaxed place to study
Settle down at the Royal Botanic Gardens for a chilled study session with some breathtaking waterfront views. Alternatively, relax amongst sculptures and flowering lilies at Wendy’s Secret Garden, or the tranquil surrounds of the Chinese Garden of Friendship, right by Sydney’s Chinatown. Centennial Parklands is also a beautiful study space.
Sydney is a thriving transport hub
As a major city, Sydney is very well-connected. So, if you choose to live and study in Sydney, you’ll have no trouble getting around. You’ll find buses, trains and ferries that take you through the city, and to mountain getaways, the countryside
and beyond. Conveniently, trains also run from Sydney Airport to Sydney’s Central Station. Generally, Sydney’s train, bus and ferry services operate regularly, running late into the night.