How to study in Australia

Australia is one of the most exciting countries in the World to study in. With so many different opportunities, there is something for every kind of student.

And because the quality of education is so high, you can expect to receive excellent results from your studies.

Find out how you can learn more…

Representatives from Australias top universities and higher education institutions will be on hand to conduct interviews with students intending to study in Australia.

According to a press statement, representatives from Australias top universities and higher education institutions including the Group of Eight (University of Melbourne, Monash University, Australian National University, University of New South Wales, University of Sydney, University of Adelaide, University of Queensland and University of Western Australia) as well as Australian Technology Network of Universities will be present to conduct interviews with students intending to study in Australia and assisting them with admissions into universities and colleges of their choice.

Prospective students who visit the exhibition will be able to obtain advice and gain valuable information from experienced IDP

counsellors and institution representatives on career pathways, study applications and International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Admission to the exhibition is free and students are advised to bring the original and photocopies of their education certificates.

They will enjoy the benefit of speaking to trained counsellors who will provide detailed answers, free assistance with entry and enrolment to Australian universities, colleges, secondary schools, technical and further education (Tafe), secretarial and English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (Elicos) colleges and assist in travel and visa applications.

With the quality and diversity of Australias education system, more than 400,000 international students are educated by Australian institutions every year.

Australian universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research and has emerged as a leader in the development of international benchmarks for proper accreditation, consumer protection and qualifications recognition.

Studying in Australia encourages creative, innovative and independent thinking.

March 16 from 11am to 5pm at Equatorial Hotel and Ipoh on March 18 from 3pm to 7pm at Kinta Riverfront Hotel.


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  1. The educational facilities are one of the best in Australia. Many students from countries all over the world face towards Australia when it comes to higher studies abroad. Study in Australia is the dream of many young people. The natural beauty of Australia and its landscapes are also major attractions.

    study in Australia

  2. Hey Motch, you’re right, Australia has incredible facilities and is a truly beautiful country… There are challenges though, it’s a huge country and on the expensive side, but there are ways around both of those!

    Obviously language isn’t a problem for English speakers but there’s also a huge amount of diversity in many Australian cities… It’s certainly worth considering for people wanting to study abroad…

  3. I really like your article on working overseas and your friendly tips I think only help to increase your website’s popularity and help people to make a better informed decision about education overseas.

    Although it can be exhausting preparing, traveling, and meeting new people abroad, if you do
    this frequently, the value will come to you in the long run!

    Thanks, Wede

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