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Higher education in Australia

 Since the 1970s, Australia has been a popular destination for candidates from Muslim countries.
 Although it receives a slightly smaller number of foreign students than the United States—roughly 460,000—this is still very high relative to the total student population.
 Thanks to its robust system of higher education, almost forty percent of its student population is now international.

Education at any level:

  • Higher education in Australia provides a wide variety of programs in fields that are much in demand in the Middle East and North Africa.
  •  These programs—particularly in business, medicine, engineering and tourism—typically lead to degrees at the undergraduate and graduate levels or to vocational certificates.
  • As a result, foreign students stand a better chance of admission at any level here than in other countries, where lower-level admissions are less widespread.
  • Tuition and fees are also competitive with those of other countries, and students can benefit from special health care in every corner of the country, regardless of origin.

Social and natural environment:

  • Australia is an exceptionally safe country for visitors, whether you are a student or tourist.
  •  People are friendly and welcoming, crime rates low, and strict gun-control laws ensure the violence that blights other industrialized countries is kept at bay.
  • For accommodation, students have the option of homestay, boarding school, or campus boarding. 
  • Each offers a unique way to enhance your educational experience.
  • And faith is not a problem. Australians may be predominantly Christian (roughly 64 percent of the population), but the presence of other mainstream religions has created a “cultural diversity” that is the envy of other countries of similar demographics. 
  • Most Australian universities allocate special places of worship for non-Christians.
  • The major learning centers are located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide. And there is much to see in these thriving urban centers besides libraries. 
  • City dwellers enjoy a high living standard, minus the “price exuberance” of cities like London, Tokyo and New York. 
  • They not only deliver excellent public services to citizens, but boast world-class sporting and cultural attractions.
  • For the more adventurous type, nothing can equal the majestic beauty of the Australian outback, or the underwater landscape of the Great Barrier Reef. 
  • Australia boasts a total of fourteen World Heritage Areas!
  • Discover all this for yourself! 
  • Education means learning not just inside the classroom, but outside too.

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