Australia is one of the most popular destinations for Nepalese students to continue their higher education. Australia is renowned for its quality education, cultural diversity, vibrant nature along with a high standard of living.
Having all 7 major cities listed in the World’s top 100 student cities, international students will have experiences of the greatest cities. Ranked among the safest country in the world, it is also one of the most multicultural countries and a famous tourist destination with unique nature and thousands of beaches.
Along with the world-class study, students can experience the cultural diversity and enjoy the beautiful beaches and nature to relax.
Why Studying In Australia Is A Good Choice For Nepalese Students
Nearly 700,000 international students from different parts of the world currently study in globally recognized institutions across Australia. These institutions which include the schools, vocational education, and training, and higher education sectors offer around 22,000-course options to choose from.
According to the 2018 Department of Education International Student Survey, the living and study experience satisfaction score for international students in Australia was reported by almost 90%, which means that the students are very satisfied by studying and living in Australia.
Australia closely regulates and monitors its education institution and is known for providing excellent support to international students through acts like ESOS that ensures the rights and information of an international student are protected and Tuition Protection Service (TPS) ensures that a student can complete their studies in another institution or receive a refund of my unspent fees if his/her institution is closed.
A wide range of scholarships is available to deserving international students. Along with the scholarships provided by the universities the Australian Government has also estimated a budget of A$280 million as a scholarship for 2020 to students from 50 developing countries.
The cost of study and living in Australia is lower as compared to other major study destinations. Also, international students are allowed to work for 40 hours per fortnight during their study period and full time during their study break which a student can use to gain work experience while studying and support to pay for the lifestyle.
Another top reason to study in Australia is its Post Study Work Visa program. Any international student who has completed at least two years of academic study in Australia in a Bachelor’s level study or higher will be eligible for the PSW Visa. The duration of PSW Visa ranges from 2 to 4 years depending on the place of study classified as regional or non-regional area.