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Sydney is the largest city in Australia and the capital of New South Wales on the east coast of Australia. The city is home to Australia's most famous icons: the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. For this reason, it is a desirable destination for international students.

Sydney's vibrant summers and mild winters allow international students to make the most of their time in Australia. They can enjoy the outdoors at all times of the year. They can do this by learning to surf some of Australia's best beaches, kicking a soccer ball, or exploring the surrounding suburbs.

The Blue Mountains is a popular weekend destination for students to explore cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls, and mountain villages.

On the other hand, the city's vast public transportation system makes it easy and convenient for students to get around. Whether travelling through the city center, the suburbs, or the surrounding areas, there is a well-connected system of trains, trams, buses, and ferries.

Sydney is also home to Australia's oldest university, the University of Sydney. The city's educational institutes pride themselves on their modern and advanced facilities, making it a perfect destination for students to pursue their educational goals.




  • Melbourne is the second-most populous city in Australia and the capital of the southeastern state of Victoria. In 2018, the city was ranked the third best student city in the world in the renowned QS Best Student Cities awards. It was third only to London and Tokyo, and ahead of both Montreal and Paris.
  • The city is home to some of the highest-rated universities in Australia, which specialise in various fields of study. For this reason, Melbourne is noted as a desirable study destination to help boost career prospects after graduation.
  • For art students, Melbourne is the perfect destination, positioned as a hub of art and culture in Australia. Various festivals and events are held during all year in Melbourne. But not only that, it features world-renowned and ever-changing exhibits at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). And for those interested in cinematography, students can visit the Australian Center for the Moving Image (ACMI). There you can see the history and current status of the moving images.
  • In addition to the high standards of education in Melbourne, the city is also regarded as the food capital of Australia. It is famous for both locals and visitors who enjoy some of Australia's best coffee, brunch, and international cuisine.
  • The city itself is compact and easy to navigate. It has accessible public transport and free tram transport within the city center. Using a Myki card, students can ride the various bus, train, and tram routes to get where they need to go.


Adelaide is consistently ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world. And this is due to its mid-level population, its comfortable climate and its lower cost of living than the Australian capitals. In addition, it is a beautiful city surrounded by parks.

The University of Adelaide is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world. Therefore, it is a popular destination for students looking to enhance their career options after graduation.

The city is now home to the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute. This is one of the most advanced buildings in the Southern Hemisphere, making up the Adelaide City Medical Precinct along with University Research Centers and the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

For medical students, this offers the opportunity to study in some of the most advanced facilities and receive practical experience throughout the course.

Outside of medicine, the city offers a variety of educational options in all sectors of study at various world-renowned educational institutions.

On the other hand, on weekends in South Australia, you can take a short flight or drive and take a ferry to Kangaroo Island. There you can explore what is known as a ‘fenceless zoo’ and even have a native Australian koala!

Adelaide is also known as one of the great wine capitals of the world. It is located between Bordeaux, Porto and Verona, with the world famous Barossa Valley just one hour from the city center.

Safety is another high-ranking factor in why Adelaide is such a popular destination for students. With the lowest level of crime per capita in Australia, students studying in Adelaide can feel comfortable in the city they will call home.


Hobart is the capital of the Australian island state, Tasmania, and is Australia's second oldest capital. The city is smaller compared to the major capitals of Australia. However, it is home to world-class educational institutions that offer quality education for international students.

Students in Hobart will find a variety of learning opportunities and courses in various programs within VET and higher education, as well as, of course, ELICOS.

Being a smaller city is advantageous in many ways, from the short commute time it takes from home to school or work, to the beautiful natural landscapes that surround the city. It has very diverse landscapes, from snow-capped mountains to lush vegetation and picturesque hiking trails. In the city, students can explore the world famous Museum of Modern and New Art (MONA).

Living in a smaller city also makes it easier to find part-time work while studying, so students can afford their living.

Tasmania's laid-back vibe, or Tassie as the locals call it, is a great place for international students looking for less traffic, fewer people and more wildlife and an authentic Australian experience.

With fewer international students, students will have more opportunities to speak and learn English faster. In addition, they will experience the true Australian way of life that will make studying in Australia even more beneficial.


Canberra is the capital of Australia, and is located on the east coast. The city offers a high return on investment in education. It does so by providing access to five world-class universities and a variety of other educational institutions to undertake studies in VET, ELICOS, and other pathway programs.

Students studying in Canberra will also have access to part-time work, industry placements, and volunteer opportunities during the course of study.

For their part, graduates take advantage of the good employment results in Canberra. It is the city with the highest median income in Australia and the lowest unemployment among an exciting array of emerging and established industries.

On weekends, students can explore the city's lakes and bike trails, or the vast rural landscapes, ski slopes, all within easy reach for recreation or volunteering.

Proud to be a green city, students can walk or bike to nearby parks, nature reserves or the pure open space that makes up 70% of the Australian Capital Territory.

The city has previously been ranked in the top three capital cities for air quality by the World Health Organization, and by 2020, it will be powered by 100% renewable energy.


Brisbane is the third most populous city in Australia with one of the fastest growing economies in the country. This is the capital city of Australia's sunny state, Queensland. This is why Brisbane summers are famous for their humid subtropical heat and long winter days that rarely fall below 20 ° C.

The city has some of the best educational institutions in Australia, from university level studies, to FP and ELICOS or other itinerant programs.

The cost of living in Brisbane is also much lower than in more populated destinations like Sydney or Melbourne, while the quality of education is not compromised.

Brisbane offers a range of quality student accommodation options. These have been specially designed to offer support and facilities so that students can feel comfortable and at home from the moment they arrive.

Traveling to and from classes in Brisbane is easy, and full-time students at universities, TAFE, and post-secondary schools can apply for a 50% concession fee on public transport services. These include TransLink (excluding Airtrain), regional qconnect and approved regional bus services. ferry services.

Those studying in Brisbane can also receive a 25% discount on bike rentals with CityCycle, and can take advantage of the free CityHopper ferry to move quickly between the city, South Bank and Kangaroo Point.

Brisbane's central location makes weekend getaways easy to explore Australia's key icons such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Forest, or Queensland's famous theme parks.

In Brisbane, students can explore the best the city has to offer, from Fortitude Valley, the city's designated entertainment precinct, to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. They can also explore the city from a different perspective on the many river cruise options.


Perth is the capital of Western Australia, Australia's largest state by area, with a population of nearly 2 million. The city is famous for being the most isolated city in the world, completely surrounded by nature, with the Indian Ocean on the left and the Australian outback on its right.

Widely regarded as the educational capital of Australia, students studying in Perth are confident that they will receive a quality education. In addition, they will have excellent support services for students during their stay abroad, with the five state universities at the forefront of science and technology.

The winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine, Professor Barry Marshall and Dr Robin Warren of the University of Western Australia, are testament to the high-quality projects and innovations being developed in Western Australia.

Here international students will have the opportunity to participate in a life change. science projects in which universities collaborate with world leading institutions.

Perth offers one of the highest standards of living in the world at one of the most affordable rates. In addition, this city offers easily accessible public transport with free buses within Perth city center. In addition to this, international students receive a 40% discount on all public transport!

The Mediterranean climate, less populated population and less traffic congestion mean that Perth offers picturesque blue skies and a pollution-free environment. Perth also has a relatively low crime rate compared to other major cities. This makes their campuses, transportation, and streets safe.

For nature lovers, Perth is the perfect destination to call home while studying. Also, the world famous Rottnest Island, where students can take their own version of the well-known quokka selfie, is only 45 minutes away by ferry.

There you can swim with friendly dolphins, tour the Bungle Bungle range, dive with whale sharks or pan for gold in Kalgoorlie. With over 12,500 kilometers of unspoiled coastline and vast landscapes, there is an adventure for everyone to make studying in Western Australia more enjoyable.


Darwin is Australia's youngest and smallest capital by population, but offers abundant opportunities when it comes to education. For example, sharing classes with fewer people allows teachers to focus more on individual student needs.

On the other hand, there is much less competition for scholarship places, as well as multiple bonuses if you choose to choose a smaller city like Darwin to study.

Charles Darwin University, located in Darwin, ranks among the top 200 universities in the world. However, it is also one of six members of the Australian Innovative Research Universities network.

The university is connected and respected worldwide. It offers more than 75 nationally recognized and accredited programs for international students.

The city has one of the fastest growing economies and the lowest unemployment rates in Australia. This is due to the rich natural and mineral resources, which makes it ideal for students seeking part-time work during their stay.

The upper-end city of Australia offers easy access to Australia's outback, beach and cityscapes. It is also considered the gateway to Australia's largest national park - Kakadu National Park, a wildlife sanctuary for crocodiles, kangaroos and birds.

With a tropical climate averaging 30 ° C, Darwin makes it easy for students to enjoy wildlife adventures, beach escapes and year-round dives in Australia's rich indigenous heritage.

Being in the far north also means affordable and easy access to Southeast Asia, making Darwin an attractive study destination for students who want to travel before, during or after their stay in Australia.