Australia is an excellent study destination for international students, providing world-class education at 1,100 institutions with over 22,000 courses to choose from. Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world, with 8 of the top 100 universities in the world and some of the world’s best facilities and educators.
Not only are Australia’s qualifications well sought after and internationally recognised, Australia also has four cities listed on The Economists best and most livable cities in the world based on 30 factors spread across the areas of stability, infrastructure, education, health care and environment. This is testament to the fact that these Australian cities are some of the most safe and desirable places to live in, and, with all four Australian cities listed scoring a perfect score of 100 for education, are also some of the best places to study in the world.
Studying in Australia is made easy with Active Migration Education. With over 13 years experience, the team at AME can work with you to determine the ideal course, education provider and visa for your situation. Our team help students from all around the world obtain their student visas and treat every application with the utmost importance.
Sydney, one of Australia’s largest cities, is best known for its harbour front Sydney Opera House and massive Harbour Bridge.
- Population: 4.9 million
- Warm, hot summers and cool, mild winters
- Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach
Melbourne is the coastal capital of Victoria. Melbourne rates highly in education, entertainment, healthcare, research and development, tourism and sport, making it the world’s most liveable city.
- Population: 4.5 million
- Warm summers and cold, wet winters
- Federation Square, Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Cricket Ground
One of the oldest cities in Australia, Brisbane is a popular tourist destination, serving as a gateway to the state of Queensland, particularly to its beaches, canal and waterway systems, theme parks and nightlife.
- Population: 2.3 million
- Warm, hot summers and mild, dry winters
- The Gabba, Theme Parks, The Gold Coast
Located in Australia’s largest state, Perth is home to beautiful beaches, scenic parks and a thriving city of small bars, creative restaurants and curated street art.
- Population: 2.0 million
- Hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters
- White, sandy Beaches, Rottnest Island, Margaret River Wineries
Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is a treasure trove of shopping, fine arts, restaurants, beaches and outdoor activities.
- Population: 1.3 million
- Warm, dry summers and cool, frosty winters
- Museums and Galleries, Wineries, National Parks and Lakes