8 Reasons Education In Australia Is The Best (Part 2)

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5. The Australian Government has dedicated over A$300 million for international students’ scholarships.

More than 3,000 Australia Awards scholarships are offered in this continent. And in 2019, short courses have been made available for students coming from at least 55 nations on earth.

The Aussie Government also offers various options for support and flexibility to aid onshore students in coping with the global pandemic and its impacts. In fact, many Aussie universities have already transferred their courses online in 2020. With this wise move, students can pursue their education remotely and in a flexible format without worry of contracting the COVID-19 virus.

6. In the vast array of available study areas, Australian institutions have consistently ranked in the world’s top 50.

The Land Down Under delivers globally competitive learning in various study areas. The 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings even graded its universities impressively in these fields:

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Clinical, Pre-Clinical, and Health
  • Social Sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • Life Sciences

Even if you can’t start studying in Australia just yet, you can always take on the available online courses that can help propel you towards that dream career of yours.

7. 2.5 million+ international alumni are changing the world for the better.

According to the International Education Association of Australia, in the last five decades, educational institutions in the country have witnessed the graduation of about 2.5 million international students. These graduates are now making an impact all over the planet as part of a global alumni network.

8. 15 Nobel Laureates have come from universities in Australia.

Going back to the 1945 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for the discovery of penicillin to the latest 2017 Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Aussies graduates have clearly always been highfliers. You never know; you might just be Australia’s next Nobel Laureate!

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