Education System

Australian education qualifications are regulated through The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), which links Australian schools into one national system. This allows students in Australia to easily move from one education level to the next within a nationally-accredited system. The Australian education system has three main sectors of higher education: universities, vocational institutions, and English language institutions. Read more on these three types of education through the links below.

The week before the start of the semester, higher education schools in Australia usually arrange an Orientation Week to help international students get to know the campus and student life in Australia. Different student organizations provide information about their activities and recruit new members. Orientation Week also includes social activities – the perfect opportunity to make new friends. Australian educational institutions have nurtured the needs of international students for many years; most have departments with competent staff whose job it is to help international students specifically coming to study in Australia.

Study In USA

The U.S. is a pioneer and leading country in the world for education and technology. Its education recognized worldwide. It has one of the world’s finest university systems, with outstanding programs in virtually all fields.

Study In Australia

Australia, one of the most fascinating and highly developed, is the sixth largest country in the world. Endowed with astounding beaches, plenty of wildlife, natural wonders and cosmopolitan conurbations, the country offers some unique experiences that are hard to find somewhere else.

Study In Canada

Canada as a country has ten provinces and three territories. It is the 2nd largest country in the world after Russia (9.98 million square kilometers). Canada and the United States share the world’s largest land border. Canada is a bilingual country, the two main languages being English & French.

Study In New Zealand

Study in New Zealand, one of the safest and most beautiful countries in the world. A strong research-intensive curriculum is a major advantage for applicants. New Zealand institutes are recognised internationally and are highly regarded by employers worldwide.