Before you go
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Where to Study in Australia?
The following list of universities have courses available for Scholarship recipients. For more information about the State or Territory in which these universities are located, please click on the relevant State or Territory in the “Choose your State” map.
Australia’s six states
Australia has six states and two territories, each with their own personalities. Check them out below.
- Australian Catholic University
- Charles Stuart University
- Macquarie University
- Southern Cross University
- The University of New South Wales (including ADFA)
- The University of Newcastle
- The University of Sydney
- University of Technology Sydney
- University of New England
- University of Western Sydney
- TAFE NSW
- Australian Catholic University
- Deakin University
- La Trobe University
- Monash University
- RMIT University
- Swinburne University of Technology
- The University of Melbourne
- Victoria University
- Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE
- Kangan Batman Institute of TAFE
- William Angliss Institute of TAFE
- Holmesglen Institute of TAFE
- Chisholm Institute of TAFE
- Box Hill Institute TAFE
- Bureau of Meteorology
- Queensland University of Technology
- Southbank Institute of Technology
- The University of Queensland
- Tropical North Queensland TAFE
- University of Southern Queensland
- University of The Sunshine Coast
- James Cook University
- Brisbane North Institute of TAFE
- Gold Coast Institute of TAFE
- Griffith University
- Bond University
- Central Queensland University
- Aviation Australia
Things to consider about living and studying in Australia
Australia’s pursuit of excellence in higher education is demonstrated by its commitment to excellent research and teaching facilities, including state-of-the-art buildings, labs and lecture theatres.
Australia prides itself on being an innovative and forward-looking nation, and a global leader in research, focusing on real world problems and current issues. Likewise, students are encouraged to be future-looking and high-achieving. Australia’s scientists and researchers have been responsible for major breakthroughs and technological advances around the world. Our best-known achievers have won international awards, including eight Nobel Prizes.
International recognition of qualifications
The Australian higher education system consists of independent, self-governing public and private universities and institutions that award higher education qualifications. There are 39 public universities and 4 private universities in Australia.
All higher education providers must be listed on the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Register of Recognised Institutions and Authorised Accreditation Authorities. This is a national system established by the Australian Government, which links courses and qualifications. Obtaining a qualification under the AQF allows for recognition of that qualification in other nations which are able to align their national qualification Frameworks.
The AQF is a strong national and international system that is accepted by industry, is consistent and transparent, and is quality assured by national agencies and audit processes that promote confidence and trust in the system.
Australia is a safe, friendly and harmonious country. Australians are open, friendly people and you will receive a warm welcome. Australia offers a healthy lifestyle where people are able to participate in a wide range of outdoor activities due to the climate and availability of beaches, rivers and mountain regions. Sport is an integral part of Australian culture and will always provide an opening to making new friends.
Australia’s rich cultural diversity is increasing as the country reaps the benefits of attracting creative, innovative and inspirational people from all backgrounds. Australia’s culture is a living, breathing, evolving melting pot of global influences, home-grown egalitarian traditions and sun-soaked physicality, which combine into a vibrant society quite unique from anywhere else in the world―and just as culturally valid.
Supportive academic environment
Education institutions in Australia are among the best in the world, offering modern and innovative facilities that will ensure the student experience is positive and valuable. Institutions take their responsibility for student welfare seriously. They provide specialist services to help international students adjust to life and study in Australia, as underpinned by the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000.
Services include language tuition, designated international student advisers, on-arrival reception, orientation programs, health, counselling and accommodation services