Despite of having a population of 24 million only, Australia has the third highest numbers of international students after the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
Our education institutions are regarded consistently as some of the worlds best. Seven Australia’s universities in a list of top World top 100 Universities.
The Living standards in Australia are amongst the highest in the the world and generally considered higher than that of USA and UK. Students are rewarded with a lot of choice with quality in education.
Students are able to work part time while they study which helps them to bear the living expenses. Also international students can get scholarships, which can help to lower the cost of studying.
Almost 50,000 Chinese students started courses at Australian universities, colleges, and schools in 2016, which means these figures are nearly 20% up compared to 2015, which makes the Chinese student sector significantly more important than ever before to Australia's thriving export education sector.
The Federal government data estimates this equates to nearly a 12 % increase in the number of international students from all countries but by far the biggest number were from China - a record 45,500 plus in total.
The new figures mean that international education is Australia's third largest export industry is now worth nearly $20 billion a year, and is even more dependent on a healthy Chinese economy
Here are some interesting links on education moving in Australia for review and reference :
International student enrolment’s in Australia soaring again SBS www.sbs.com.au
Sep 22, 2016 - The number of international student enrolments grew 11% between January and July this year.
International student numbers soaring again - The Australian
Sep 22, 2016 - International education enrolments grew 11 per cent in the first ... as many students between January and July as throughout the entirety of last year. ... had seen double-digit growth this year in the number of students not only ...
Final annual international student enrolment statistics for 2000They represent the number of students in the calendar year with a current visa, and, ... area of offshore enrolments, which grew by 18 per cent in 2000 to 34 905.
International student data 2008 - Australian Education International
2008 annual international student statistics;
Monthly time series of student enrolments for 2008 ... Enrolments grew by 93 339 between 2007 and 2008.
[PDF]Australia – Educating Globally - Australian Education International
Feb 12, 2013 -
Currently, 80 per cent of international students in Australia come from ... education sector over the next five to eight years. .....between Australian institutions and providers and their counterparts. .... total number of enrolments by international students in Australia grew by 65 per ..... July to September 2012.
Overseas students: immigration policy changes 1997–2015 ...
Feb 25, 2016 - The nexus between Australia's overseas student program and permanent ... (DIAC) indicated that the number of student visa holders in Australia grew at an ... Year. Overseas students. 1996–97. 113,000. 1997–98. 108,827 ....pathway for international students to attain permanent residence if they enrolled ...
AustCham Beijing | LinkedIn
The number of international student enrollments grew 11% between January and ...
Valet Migration - Timeline | Facebook
906/84 Pitt Street, Sydney. 2000 ... July 13, 2015 ·. No ... http://www.sbs.com.au/
The Australian Government has introduced a five-year temporary visa ... The number of international student enrolments grew 11% between January and ...
Vision Consultants Australia - Timeline | Facebook
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