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Australia has a population of about 21 million people and boasts 8 major cities in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. It also has many beautiful small towns along with some of the most stunning countryside and coastlines anywhere in the world. It is one country but of similar size to the whole of Europe.

The country has a very strong economy, an excellent education system, first class transport links, great weather, a high standard of living and is a cost effective option for students to embark on their international education and life experience.

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Education System

The Australian education system is internationally recognized for its excellence and is renowned for producing high quality graduates with the practical skills and knowledge demanded by employers internationally.

Australian education boasts an excellent choice of public and private education providers throughout the country offering every discipline at all levels from Certificates and Diplomas to Doctorate courses. The high standard of the courses and teaching provide the excellent platform to embark your chosen career.

The style of teaching and learning at Australian Colleges and Universities develop strong analytical and academic skills which encourage you to think independently and creatively. The fantastic experience will be rewarding both academically and personally preparing you for life’s journey.

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Australians know how to make the most of their leisure time and the country has long been associated with a high standard of living and a cosmopolitan outdoor lifestyle. Many of its cities regularly feature in the most livable city awards each year and the country boasts several world heritage sites and places of natural beauty.

The beautiful weather and emphasis on health and fitness make Australia a heaven for sports lovers. There is a real focus on sports and outdoor living due to the fantastic climate and importance of health and fitness in Australian culture.

The cosmopolitan nature of the population make Australia a heaven for food lovers will every cuisine catered for in the thousands of cafés, restaurants, bars, supermarkets throughout the country catering for every culture and taste.

Australians originate from all corners of the globe and are warm friendly people. International students from all nationalities and cultures add to the rich diversity of cultures enhance the lively cosmopolitan atmosphere in and around our institutions campuses.

Many people refer to Australia as the ‘Land of Opportunity’ as it is a place that provides opportunities for those willing to work hard and invest in their future.




The Australian economy is the 14th largest in the world and closely linked to Asian economies. The services sector is the largest sector in the economy accounting for 72%. This is excellent for international students looking for part-time jobs as they tend to be in this sector. Examples of popular student jobs could be in restaurants, bars, hotels, shops, taxi drivers etc. Employers rely on students to fill vacancies in this and other sectors to provide the services that consumers demand. Student visa holders are permitted to work up to 20 hours part time during term time and full time during term breaks.

The country has experienced almost 20 years of continued economic growth with modest growth expected in the coming years. The main export partners are Japan, China, South Korea, US and India, and the main import partners are US, China, Japan, Singapore, and Germany. The popularity, quality and diversity of Australia’s international education make it the country’s second largest export behind Mining.

The country requires skilled migrants to fill the many vacancies in the job market that have been identified.

Many areas of the economy have identified skill shortages (link modl / sol) and the government looks to fill these shortages by encouraging skilled migrants to migrate permanently to Australia. International students may be eligible to fill such gaps and secure permanent residency in Australia. For further information please contact our registered migration agent.



Leisure / Entertainment

Australia has a plethora of leisure and entertainment options for international students. The country really does have something for everybody from the bustling thriving metropolises of Melbourne and Sydney to the extreme wilderness of Northern Territory and stunning beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. Discovering Australia is a must for any international student and their families.

Australia is a sports lover’s delight with Cricket, Football, Soccer, Tennis, Swimming Cycling, basketball, netball and Rugby being just some of the many sports that you can take part in through the thousands of clubs and societies or go to watch the professionals in world standard stadia.

Explore the allies and laneways of cosmopolitan Melbourne and its huge variety of café’s, restaurants, shops and live music venues. Experience the spectacular Sydney Harbour and Opera House or climb the famous Harbour Bridge and enjoy one of the most spectacular views anywhere in the world. Perth and Brisbane are great cities to base yourself and access stunning coastlines and all the recreational activities they have to offer from relaxing on beautiful white sandy beaches to surfing and sky diving.

There are also an abundance of art galleries, museums, exhibition centres, markets, live music, festivals, cinemas and theatres to choose from throughout the country. The great thing is that a significant proportion of these activities are free.

Great boutiques, department and chain stores are abundant in the centre and suburbs of all the main cities. You will find huge selections in Brunswick St, Fitzroy (Melbourne), Oxford St, Paddington (Sydney), Ann & Brunswick Sts intersection, Fortitude Valley (Brisbane) and Oxford St, Leederville (Perth). There are often unique markets in regional towns with a distinct atmosphere with Aboriginal artifacts on sale.

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student visa

All students who wish to study Vocational Education or Higher Education courses abroad will require a student visa for their country of choice. IAEC Education has a fantastic record of over 98% success rate at securing student visas for our students. Our extensive knowledge of the visa systems in all the countries in which we operate enables us to confidently guide and prepare students to secure a student visa.

We meticulously guide students in terms of document preparation, financial evidence, health requirements, evidence of English language ability, any supplementary information, and in visa interview preparation where required.

Our counselors will also make you aware of the student visa regulations in your chosen country. Please contact your nearest office or complete an enquiry form for further details.

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