Your Guide to Studying Down Under

  • University in Australia

    Sydney Harbour

    The quality of education available at the universities in Australia is of an exceptionally high standard and this is reflected in the fact that many of the institutions are ranked among the best in the world. For example, in the Times Higher Education Rankings 2012-2013 six Australian universities were ranked in the top 100 in the world.

    There is excellent degree recognition between the UK and Australia, in part due to the fact that the education system is based on the UK model.

    Many students chose to study at university in Australia in order to experience a unique side to the country, which they would not otherwise have the opportunity to do. Studying overseas, whether it is for three years or just six months, is a challenging, exciting and once in a lifetime experience that should not be missed!

  • Colleges in Australia

    Melbourne City Tram

    Australian colleges are recognised as being world-leaders in certain industries, including tourism, natural therapies and hospitality. The quality of education that Australia offers in these areas is recognised throughout the world as being of a particularly high standard.

    Some students might have already travelled to Australia and be keen to go back and experience a different side to the country from the one they found while travelling. Studying for a valuable, recognised, qualification in Australia is a chance to immerse yourself in a great lifestyle while also working towards improving your CV and career prospects!

    The relaxed culture, outdoor lifestyle and of course great weather of Australia make it the perfect place to gain valuable qualification that will hopefully put you in the best possible position to get a job in a new industry.

  • Why Study Down Under?

    Kangaroos

    Why go all the way to Australia or New Zealand to study at university, when there are so many universities in the UK? Here are a few things to consider

    1. The quality of the universities

    Australia and New Zealand are both home to internationally prestigious, research-led universities, many of which are ranked among the best in the world.

    In September 2011, two New Zealand and eight Australian universities were ranked in the world’s top 130 by QS. There are around 40 universities in Australia and just eight universities in New Zealand, so the percentage judged to be among the world’s best gives a good indication of how high overall standards are. The UK has around 120 universities; 22 of which were ranked in the 2011 QS top 130.

    When looking at rankings, it’s important to compare a number of different systems, to make...

  • University in New Zealand

    Lake Matheson, Fox Glacier Township

    The qualifications offered at the universities in New Zealand are respected internationally and are recognised as being of a very high class.  There is excellent degree recognition between the UK and New Zealand due to the fact that the New Zealand education system is based on the UK model.

    The universities in New Zealand are recognised as being the best places in the world to study certain subjects and are known for their expertise in particular areas. These include physiotherapy, social work, geology, petroleum engineering, sports science and marine biology.

    Choosing to study in New Zealand is an amazing opportunity to immerse oneself in the culture and lifestyle of the country and to take advantage of the incredible experiences that it has to offer.

  • Colleges in New Zealand

    Sunset over the Otago Peninsula

    New Zealand vocational institutions are recognised as being world-leaders in certain industries, including tourism, adventure, viticulture and hospitality. The quality of education that New Zealand offers in these areas is recognised throughout the world as being of a particularly high standard.

    Some students might have already travelled to New Zealand and be keen to go back and experience a different side to the countries from the one they found while travelling. Studying for a valuable, recognised, qualification in New Zealand is a chance to immerse yourself in a great lifestyle while also working towards improving your CV and career prospects!

    The relaxed culture, outdoor lifestyle and of course great weather of New Zealand make it the perfect place to gain valuable qualification that will put you in the best possible position to get a job in a new industry.

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