Australian Education System

The Australian education system is recognised as one of the best in the world. It has high standards of teaching combined with world class educational facilities and resources. 

English Courses

For entry into Australian institutions, international students are required to meet minimum levels of English proficiency. This applies to all levels of education, ranging from high schools to universities, although the specific level required can differ across institutions and courses.

In Australia, a wide range of English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students are available. These courses are designed to help international students to learn English and prepare them for further studies or employment. Furthermore, there are no entry requirements and courses are generally flexible.

Foundation Studies

As an alternative to senior high school, international students can choose to complete foundation studies. Foundation studies are university preparation programs that are especially designed to prepare international students to study at Australian universities. Most universities offer foundation studies and they are mainly one-year long. On successful completion, the university will usually offer student a place in one of their university programs.

Tertiary Education

There are two main types of tertiary education programs, which are higher education programs that are offered by universities and vocational education and training.


Australian universities are highly regarded around the world and many have developed strong education relationships with partners in the Asia Pacific region. They offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

Vocational Education and Training

Vocational Education and Training (VET) is a competency-based system that offers a wide variety of practical programs and qualifications that are highly recognised in the workplace. VET courses are often developed in consultation with industry organisations and employers. They are offered at private institutions or at Technical and Further Education institutes. Also, VET courses can be considered as an alternative to university as well as a bridge to some university courses.


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