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  1. Study in Australia

  2. Study in Germany

  3. Study in UK

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Why study in Australia?

10 reasons to study in Australia

10 reasons to study in Australia

Did you know Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind only the United Kingdom and the United States despite having a population of only 23 million? This isn’t surprising when you consider Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world! In fact, with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, ranking eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.

These are strong academic credentials, but our institutions are just as highly rated as the cities that house them around the country. Australia has five of the 30 best cities in the world for students based on student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employer activity – all important elements for students when choosing the best study destination. And with more than A$200 million provided by the Australian Government each year in international scholarships, we’re making it easier for you to come and experience the difference an Australian education can make to your future career opportunities.

Do you have a specific study area of interest? There is every chance Australia has you covered, with at least one Australian university in the top 50 worldwide across the study areas of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Life & Agricultural Sciences, Clinical Medicine & Pharmacy, and Physics.

Given this impressive education pedigree, it’s not surprising there are now more than 2.5 million former international students who have gone on to make a difference after studying in Australia. Some of these students are among the world’s finest minds. In fact, Australia has produced 15 Nobel prize laureates and every day over 1 billion people around the world rely on Australian discoveries and innovations – including penicillin, IVF, ultrasound, Wi-Fi, the Bionic Ear, cervical cancer vaccine and Black Box Flight Recorders – to make their lives, and the lives of others, better.

Why wouldn’t you want to study with some of the best minds in the world?

About Australian Education

Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000 courses to choose from.

You can study at all levels of education from primary and secondary school, to vocational education and training (VET), from English language courses to higher education (including universities).

Regardless of what you are studying or how long you are studying for, Australia’s laws promote quality education and protection for international students.

The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000(opens in a new window) and the National Code of Practice(opens in a new window) for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code) provide nationally consistent standards for providers of education and training for international students.

As an international student on a student visa, you must study with an institution and in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). CRICOS registration guarantees that the course and the institution at which you study meet the high standards expected by international students. You can search for courses and institutions here on the Study in Australia website.

Along with the ESOS Act and National Code, there are also regulatory and quality assurance organisations for higher education and VET institutions. These government organisations are responsible for registration/re-registration of institutions and accreditation/re-accreditation of courses. These organisations are:

So no matter the type of course you want to study, how long you want to study for or where you want to study, you can be assured that in Australia you will have a high quality and rewarding study experience.












German Education System

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Though well-known for its world class education and top ranking universities, the educational system of Germany is experiencing continuous changes and reforms. Among other reforms undertaken in the last years was also the reorganization of the Gymnasium. The nine year long education was changed into an eight-year education to get the Abitur.

Furthermore, the academic system has now changed since the recommendations of the Bologna Declaration are being applied as part of the educational reform. The degrees obtained are now called Bachelor and Master thus replacing all of the traditional “Diplom” and “Magister Artium” programs. This has been undertaken in order to increase the global employability of students from Germany.


Study in Germany-Admission requirements 

Students that want to study in Germany are required to possess the graduate degree Abitur or “Abi”, which is received after graduation from the gymnasium. Meanwhile, international students must show a similar graduate degree.

So far, the institutions in charge of the educational system in Germany have not been able to build a central organization for application and award of university places. As a result of which the applications still need to be sent to every university or advanced technical college. The admission requirements are also defined by the universities therefore, different universities can have different requirements for the same subjects.


Study in Germany-Types of higher education institutions

The higher level of education in Germany is established in different kinds of advanced colleges or universities.  Colleges of Art, Music, and Film (Kunst-, Musik- und Filmhochschulen) offer practical education in the arts subjects and they have the equivalent status to universities.

Meanwhile, the advanced technical colleges, cover the scientific and social subjects and have a strong emphasis on practical work and application. The other category is that of the university where are offered all different kinds of subjects. University is the only higher education institution in Germany with the right to confer doctorates.  They are especially famous for their firm theoretical education, but practical experience is an important point as well. Some of the universities specialize in certain subject areas, as, for example, medical schools, technical universities, and colleges of education.

Many of them offer programs in English, besides Geman.

Study in Germany-Public and private universities

There are two types of universities in Germany; public and private universities. Public universities are financed by the government and do not charge tuition fees as of October 2014 in the entire country, therefore they fall under its regulatory control. On the other side, students attending private universities often pay very high fees, since private universities are funded by these fees. As a result, only around 5.5 percent of students are enrolled at a private university.


In Germany, there can be found much more public universities than private ones. According to German law, education must be offered to everyone and every person should be able to afford adequate education. Therefore, Germany has decided to remove tuition fees from all public universities in the country. There is no tuition fee for international students either. Moreover, there are numerous possibilities to get help from the government, for example, Bafög-money. International students may benefit from different scholarship programs which are often fully funded. However, state-run or private, both types of universities have a comparably good quality of instruction.

There are around 427 state-accredited universities in Germany. Together they offer a total of over 18,000 degree programs for German and international students. Depending on the field of study, universities may last from three to six years.


Study in Germany-Theoretical and practical education

In some aspects students in Germany have to learn more in theory than those in other countries. The professors present lectures in front of students of the same year, which means students of different years do not get mixed into the same lecture. There are a few exercise lessons in which the theoretical part can be practiced and proofed in reality. At the end of every term, the students get their grades according to their work and results of their final examination, speeches, assignments and practical projects.

Practical education can also be offered through internships. In some subjects, students are obligated to do an internship which may last for a few weeks or even months. During the internship, students have to work in a company or institution and use their theoretical knowledge in real life situations to gain experience. Internship experiences are often a good chance for students to find a job after university.

Degrees obtained

The graduate degrees from universities are accepted and estimated worldwide. The education at German universities is considered as a good one. The first graduate degree can be obtained after six to eight terms and is called Bachelor. The title of Bachelor differs according to the field of study as follows:

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)
  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.)
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

Some study courses in the disciplines of law, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, pharmacy and food chemistry do not end with a Bachelor examination but rather with a Staatsprüfung (state examination). Some teacher-training courses also end with a Staatsprüfung.

One can take the first State Examination after completing one of the above-mentioned study programs. After that, one begins a professional, practical training period to prepare for the Second State Examination and/or pursue a doctorate. This is not an academic degree – it’s a state-recognized degree which means that the examination regulations are determined by the federal states and not the university.

Afterwards, it is followed by the Master degree which lasts from two to four terms. Both degrees require passing several exams and writing a specific graduate thesis.  After the Master degree students can also pursue their studies further in order to get their doctor’s degree. The main purpose of the academic education in Germany is to give firm basic knowledge and theoretical background as well as specific details and practical application.

After successful studies, the alumni should be able to work successfully in every part of the working environment, no matter the university or the field they have studied in the past years.









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The UK is home to 442,000 international higher education students each year and it’s easy to see why.

The experiences, knowledge, and confidence gained by studying in the UK will inspire you to create your own path in life.

What are the benefits of the UK education system?

* The UK’s higher education system is world-famous

* Quality assured

* The UK style of teaching

* Choice and flexibility

* Enjoy an unforgettable university experience

  • The UK has the highest international student experience satisfaction ratings for English-speaking countries, with over 90 percent of students happy with their experience.

  • As a student in the UK, you will enjoy a great lifestyle: beautiful countryside, historic sites, city life and music and culture.

Find out more about life as student in the UK.

Create your career path

  • According to British Council research in 2015 , 38 per cent of Nobel Laureates who studied abroad did so in the UK.
  • Studying in the UK, with the life-changing experience it provides, will help you work towards a successful career.



Studying in the UK can open the door to opportunity, providing a life-changing experience that will enable you to work towards a successful career.

A UK education will help you develop the critical thinking, creativity and confidence that employers look for. In addition, you will be studying in a global and welcoming country, that will enable you to connect with people from all over the world.

There are lots of opportunities that will help boost your career prospects:

Join a society

Whatever your interest, there is likely to be a society for you. The value of joining one is that it will increase your employability prospects, enable you to make new friends and enhance your skill-set.

Volunteer in your local community

A great way to make connections, learn new skills and boost your CV, is by volunteering. You will gain invaluable work experience, make a difference in the world and get to know your local community. An experience like this will enrich your degree and help set you apart from other graduates when trying to secure a job after university.

Apply for an internship

Internships are a great way of bridging the gap between studying and employment. Having experience of the world of work, can help you secure a full-time job after studying. Internships are generally longer in duration, with more responsibility than volunteering opportunities.

Consider a work placement

Many UK courses are designed in partnership with organisations and taught by industry professionals. Trying things out through industry-based assignments and work placements is a great way to help you make informed career choices.

First class careers planning and support

  • All UK universities and colleges employ professional career advisers to give advice on how to plan your career, build your CV and prepare for interviews.  Contact the careers office of your chosen university or college to find out more about the services they offer.
  • There are a host of UK based organisations that offer excellent careers planning and support. See the links below for organisations that can help you discover where your UK qualification could lead.
No matter what you’re passionate about, the UK is a fantastic place to pursue your interest, both on and off-campus. Whether you’re a huge sports fan, a computer games addict, a budding scientist or have a passion for politics – studying in the UK will help launch your career while offering amazing experiences.


Discover gaming in the UK

Do you love gaming? Ever thought of being part of creating an amazing game? Whether you’re into role playing games, first person shooters, PC or consoles – the UK is an incredible place to get your games design and programming career started.

Discover science and technology in the UK

Science and technology have the power to change lives, and a UK science degree has the power to change yours. What will you discover?

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Discover sport in the UK

Whether you’re passionate about playing sports, just love watching the games or perhaps even planning a career in sports science – the UK is the place to be. Our universities are among the world’s best when it comes to sports, and the world-class sporting events happening in the UK – from Premier League football to Wimbledon – are hard to beat.

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Discover political science in the UK

There has never been a more fascinating time to study politics, or a better time to do it in the UK. For any student looking to develop an understanding of political dynamics that is universally recognised, our universities offer world-class teaching that will empower your career from the very start.







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How to Study in USA

Find out how you can visit the United States as a student.

Education in the U.S.

The Education System in the United States follows a pattern similar to other countries:

  • Early childhood (or pre-kindergarten) education
  • Primary (or elementary) school
  • Middle (or junior high) school
  • Secondary (or high) school
  • Postsecondary (college, career, or technical schools) education

Most education policy is decided at the state and local levels. The federal government role in education is limited, but the Department of Education:

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Learn English

If you want to learn English or need to join an English as a Second Language (ESL) program for school or work, these resources can help you find local and online courses:

  • Schools or Nonprofit Organizations: If you live in the U.S., every state, county, and city has its own education programs and resources for learning English. If you have children, talk to their school staff,  or contact a community college, university, or nonprofit organization to find local programs.
  • Internet: Learn English from home with the website or download the application to your phone or tablet to practice on the go. Listen to for audio conversations to learn English.
  • Libraries: In some communities, libraries offer English classes and materials to study. Find a library near you.

If you are concerned that you might have been scammed or overcharged by an ESL program, contact the Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint.

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College or University (Postsecondary)

These five steps explain the process an international student can follow to study in a university or college in the U.S.:

1. Research Your Options. Postsecondary education includes six degree levels: associate, bachelor, first-professional, master, advanced intermediate, and research doctorate. The U.S. system does not offer a second or higher doctorate, but does offer postdoctoral research programs.

2. Finance Your Studies. The U.S. government does not provide loans, grants, or general scholarship assistance for international students. As an international student, you will have to find alternative sources of funding such as:

  • Your Home Country  Education Authorities – Many countries offer foreign study funding for their own nationals who are admitted to an approved program or institution abroad and who qualify for the assistance program.
  • The International Admissions Office – Many U.S. academic institutions assist international students. Contact the international admissions office at the schools you are interested in to learn if you may be eligible for assistance.
  • Scholarships and Grants – Private foundations, businesses, and nonprofit organizations offer scholarships and grants for study and research. Use the U.S. government’s free online scholarship search tool.
  • Exchange Programs Administered by the U.S. Government – These exchange programs, including the Fulbright Program and others at all education levels, provide assistance to qualified international students.

3. Complete your application. In the U.S., colleges and universities establish their own admission requirements, including third-party standardized tests. Follow the application requirements set by the admissions office of the institution in which you are interested.

  • Foreign Diploma and Credit Recognition – Higher educational institutions and licensing boards in individual states evaluate academic coursework, degrees, and professional licenses. The U.S. has no single authority to evaluate foreign credentials.
  • Standardized Tests – As part of the application process, some programs require students to take one or more standardized tests. Plan to take your tests in advance so your scores are available when you submit your application.
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) – Many colleges and universities require this test to measure your English language skills.

4. Apply for your visa. Before you can apply for a student visa, you must first be accepted by a U.S. institution of higher education that is certified by the SEVP.

5. Prepare for departure. Consider exploring these resources while you plan your move to the U.S.

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Elementary, Middle School, or High School

Find information on studying in the U.S. as a foreign student in primary or secondary school: