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Australian Colleges and Universities

Australia has 41 universities with a student population between 3,000 and 50,000 students. Apart from the universities, the country can boast of 30 colleges of high reputation for international students. These colleges/universities offer a variety of courses covering undergraduate and postgraduate programs in IT, science, engineering, and business.  In recognition of their efforts, some of their academics have the prestigious Nobel Prizes to their collection of awards.


General overview of the best Australian universities

The best universities in Australia have unique selling points that make them appealing to international students and get high rankings.  For instance, the Australian National University combines excellent teaching and learning with result-oriented research works. The same can be said about the University of Melbourne which also enjoys one of the best employability rates in the world.

The University of Sydney boasts of the widest range of courses for students in the country while the University of New South Wales has excellence as its watchword. If you want to pursue two degrees simultaneously, your best choice is the University of Queensland. At Monash University, you have the opportunity to meet the largest pool of students from over 170 different national backgrounds while the University of Western Australia focuses on enterprise and excellence in addition to learning, teaching, and research.


Available Programs

The following certificates are awarded at the different education levels in Australia:

-TAFE Certificate I to IV

-Undergraduate Diploma / Advanced Diploma

-Bachelors Degree

-Graduate Diploma / Graduate Certificate

-Masters Degree

-Masters by Research Degree

-Doctoral Degree


Available Courses

Here is a brief of courses that are divided into different study areas:

•     Science: Life Sciences, Environmental Science, Science Pharmacology, Microbiology and Biotechnology are few of the scientific options to study in Australia.

•     Engineering: Study streams in Engineering include Telecommunications, Computer Science, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Structural, and General Engineering among others.

•     Hospitality & Tourism: Courses in this area of study are Tourism Management, Cookery, and Hotel Management.

•     Business Administration & Law: You can choose from Finance, Marketing, Economics, Administration, and Commerce.

•     IT: The IT field contains Information Systems, Networking, Software Development, and Information Technology.

•     Communications: The communication field has Corporate Communication, Public Relations, Journalism, and Media.

•     Education: Education courses are Special Education, Teaching, Education Studies, and Teaching.

•     Humanities: English, History, Psychology, Philosophy, and Foreign Language Studies are found here.

•     Agriculture: This includes Forestry, Agriculture, and Horticulture.

•     Visual and Performing Arts: Music, Art, Performing Arts, Fashion Designing, and Graphic Arts make up the courses in this area of study.

•     Health Sciences: Pharmacy, Nursing, Personal and Family Health Care, Nutrition, Veterinary Science, and Environmental Health are combined under Health Sciences.

•     Mathematics and Computing: Computer-based Information System and Mathematics are studied in this area.

•     Social Studies: Some of the courses in Social Studies are Sociology, Geography, Behavioral Studies, Sports & Recreation, as well as Welfare & Counseling.


These are the few courses that are offered in degree programs. However, there are courses available in Vocational Education and Training.


Vocational Education and Training (VET)

In Australia, there are opportunities to have vocational training besides your regular degree course. You can choose from more than 1,200 courses by TAFE. TAFE (Technical and Further Education) is a branch of Vocational Education and Training in Australia that is directly under the auspice of the government.


Of the 1.79 million registered members of VET in Australia in 2014, 1.08 million were trained by TAFE.  This underscores the importance and efficiency of TAFE as a vocational training program.


Below are the different study levels offered by TAFE:

•     Certificate I 

•     Certificate II 

•     Certificate III 

•     Certificate IV 

•     Diploma

•     Advanced Diploma 

You can avail yourself the opportunity provided by the vocational training to learn extra skills that will be valuable in the workforce. Thousands of international students have used this option to acquire more skills at a lower cost.