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Australia is the sixth largest nation on the map of world in land area with a relatively small population. The Australian federation comprises of six states and two union territories. The largest state, Western Australia, is about the same size as Western Europe. The mainland of Australia along with its small neighbouring islands is the flattest continent in the World. Canberra is the national capital city of Australia with Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Darwin being cities functioning at sub-national level. Australia has no official language. By virtue of being a common-wealth country, the English language is the only one dominating the larger part of Australia.

Constitutionally, Australia has no state religion. Christians are the larger part of the population, the remaining are Muslim, Buddhist and others. The salient features of Australian economy are high growth rate in industrial output, agriculture and dairy production, low inflation and low interest rate. These characteristics have raised the economy of Australia to the level of an outstanding economy of the World. Australian dollar is the unit of currency in Australia.

Immigration is an important feature of Australian society. The Australian government has set a selection criterion and fixed a yearly quota of immigrants as per regulations of the federal government.


Australia offers a unique education to international students. Each year, an increasing number of international students join its universities. Australia hosts the third largest number of international students in the English speaking world, only behind US and UK. It is all about innovation when one considers the Australian education system. It is all about making a brighter future and preparing students to become a global citizen. Education is the national priority of the Australian government, as it considers it to be the key to Australian prosperity.

Australian government regularly reviews and reforms the education system to address the issues that come up because of social and economic changes. The Australian education system facilitates to develop an active learning process and not a passive listening one. Great stress is laid not only on understanding concepts, but also on its practical application.

A very perfect quality control mechanism set up by the federal government works in the name of Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) that endorses the quality assurance of various academic institutions.

In Australia, the education sector comprises of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary sectors. Most of the international students join Australian institute at tertiary education sector that includes:

i)             Vocational Education and Training – including apprenticeship and traineeship.

ii)            Higher Education – undergraduate and post-graduate degrees and other qualifications.

iii)           English language – for those students whose first language is not English.

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