Why Study in Australia?


1. Global Education Powerhouse

Australia is a leading global education powerhouse with some of the world’s best facilities and educators; providing local and international students with a range of quality study options.


2. Top International Students Destination

Australia is the 3rd most popular international student destination in the world despite having a population of only 23 million.


3. Broad Options

You can learn anything in Australia. There are more than 22,000 courses available which are offered by 1,100 institutions.


4. Where The Top Universities are Located

7 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian ranked in the latest QS ranking (2014-15). The universities are: The Australian National University (25th) / The University of Melbourne (33th) / The University of Sydney (37th) / The University of Queensland (43th) / The University of New South Wales (48th) / Monash University (70th)


5. Top University System Ranking

The Australian University System Ranking is 8th in the world which is ahead of the UK / Germany / Japan and the Netherlands.


6. Best Student Cities

5 out of 30 QS Best Student Cities in the world (2015) are in Australia. They are Melbourne (2nd) / Sydney (4th) / Canberra (21st) / Brisbane (23rd) / and Adelaide (29th).


7. Great Strengths in Numerous Study Areas

Australian universities feature in the top 50 ranked universities in the world in the following study areas: Arts & Humanities / Clinical / Pre-Clinical & Health / Engineering & Technology / Life Sciences / Physical Science and Social Science.


8. Notable Alumni

There are more than 2,500,000 international alumni from Australian institutions that are making a difference around the world. Among them are 15 Nobel Prize laureates.


9. Making a Difference in the World

Over 1,000,000,000 people around the world rely on Australian innovations every day. Examples include: Penicillin/ IVF/ Ultrasound / Wi-Fi / Bionic Ear/ Cervical Cancer Vaccine/ and the Black Box.


We help you design the life you want.

We assist potential students in giving them detailed information about each university or college in Australia. By taking into consideration each student’s aspirations and interests, we help them choose courses that suit them best at the institution of their preference.

Once you have selected the course or a direction in which you want to make a career in, shortlist the universities that offer those courses. This is where we take over the hectic work off your mind. We research colleges and universities across Australia that offer your favoured courses.

Every university or college has a different personality of its own which is reflected in their curriculum, teaching styles, and the overall experience of its students. To shortlist the right institutions, here is our guidance of how to make the right decision:

Differentiate institutions through:

  • Public vs. private institutions
  • Specialties
  • Teaching quality
  • Graduate outcome and satisfaction
  • International experiences
  • Facilities
  • Student services
  • Atmosphere
  • Cost

Research the chosen institutions through:

  • Institution ratings
  • Attend an open day
  • Word of mouth

Student Life

Student life is always exciting and full of surprises when you study in australia. There are many various places to explore and activities to engage in while you are completing your degree. Here are some examples of student life you will experience in different australian cities.



An inaugural ranking of the most student-friendly cities in the world, Melbourne was ranked fourth, just behind Paris, London and Boston.

The research group behind the ‘QS World University Rankings’ also listed Sydney at No. 6 – making Australia the only country in the world with two cities in the top 10! Melbourne’s high rating comes despite several years of bad international publicity, following a series of attacks on Indian students in 2009. Furthermore, the strong Australian dollar and strict student visa requirements resulted in a recent drop in international enrolments, which the matter is now currently being reviewed.

Harry Liu, who moved to Melbourne from Beijing two years ago to study a master of computing at RMIT, couldn’t agree more. ”I love the people here and enjoy my study … it is not cheap but not too expensive for me,” says the 25-year-old, who shares a house in Carnegie with four other students. He says he enjoys Melbourne’s restaurants and karaoke bars the most. ”I try a lot of Chinese restaurants, but also some Italian food. And I love going to karaoke a lot with my friends,” he says.


Rated third best city in the world to live in (2011 City Rep Trak index), it’s no surprise that students from over 200 international backgrounds come to live and study in Sydney.

Renowned for its unique combination of urban and outdoor living; culturally diverse and friendly community; Sydney is a fun and inspiring city in which to live and study. The beautiful harbour, pristine beaches and temperate climate mean you will be able to enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle; while a vibrant social and cultural scene, with museums, theatres, galleries and hundreds of restaurants, bars and cafes will give you the chance to meet and make new friends, no matter what your interests.

Sydney is also Australia’s number one business destination. With many multinational companies located here, it accounts for 30% of the country’s economic activity. Set around a stunning natural harbour, Sydney offers the best of urban and outdoor living. A temperate climate means that you have all year round to enjoy it. Many campuses are located in the vibrant central business district, putting you in the heart of the action, amidst restaurants, cinemas, theatres and shops.




Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland and the third largest city in Australia. Consequently, It boasts of all the attractions and facilities of a large city.

Brisbane provides world-class educational facilities, mixed with a vibrant and active lifestyle. Brisbane is a friendly multicultural river city that offers the best of bustling urban life, while having many relaxing escapes within short driving distances. Throughout the year, you can get involved in a number of annual festivals and events that take place in the city, including the Brisbane Seafood and Wine Festival, the Mercedes Benz Fashion Festival, the Brisbane International Film Festival and the Valley Fiesta.

For those looking for adventure, Brisbane offers a range of exciting experiences including motorcycle tours, adventure parks, hot air ballooning, river cruises, kayaking, skydiving and go-karting, as well as various walking and mountain biking tracks and national parks. Considered a cultural hub when it comes to arts and entertainment, Brisbane features a full calendar of opera, ballet, musicals, concerts, art exhibitions, with a variety of theatres to choose from.