There is no surprise when it comes to Australia being the leading academic country, as the colleges and universities rank amongst the top 50 universities of the globe. Not just the rankings, Australia’s legislation fosters quality edification and protection for international students, irrespective of the course and its duration. Aimed at equipping the foreign students with persistent principles and standards for benefactors of education and training all across the nation. Some of the popular schemes are:
● Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000
● The National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code)
Owing to the global-leading teaching facilities, the vast subject area covers around 22,000 courses. The most elevated and flourishing fields are Arts & Humanities, Clinical, Pre-Clinical & Health, Engineering & Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Social Sciences. The degree from any Australian education institute can take the aspirant anywhere in the world.
The most prevalent course that almost every other student is opting for is MBA in Australia. Having a course duration of around 15 months to 2 years, some universities also provide the MBA degree of just one year. Since MBA is costly, all around the globe, the advantage of pursuing this program is that Australia has a lot of scholarships specifically arranged for MBA pursuing candidates.
Apart from this, there are different certification programs offered by the Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes present throughout Australia. Most of the programs throughout offer live projects, internships, and career events that focus on building the skills and boosting the career of their students.
The top 10 Australian universities as stratified by the QS World University Ranking 2021 are:
1. Australian National University (ANU)
2. University of Sydney
3. University of Melbourne
4. University of New South Wales (UNSW)
5. University of Queensland (UQ)
6. Monash University
7. University of Western Australia (UWA)
8. University of Adelaide
9. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
10. University of Wollongong
Australia is the only country that has produced a total of fifteen Nobel Laureates. From the discovery of penicillin, Wi-Fi, cochlear implants, to the earth hour initiative, all these were invented by the Australian graduates.