Are you thinking of moving to Australia to study abroad? If you’re a student who’s dreaming of world-class education, a change of scenery and new friendships – then you should come and join us here at Campus Living Villages! ...If you need a little more convincing, then read on! Here are 7 reasons why you should choose to study in Australia.
1. Amazing universities
Australia is home to a total of 43 universities, 6 of which are recognised across the globe as some of the most prestigious universities available. You’ll be spoilt for choice when looking for a university to study at here. In Australia, we offer an array of subjects to learn, no matter what field you desire - we’ll be likely to have it available for you.
2. Incredible work opportunities
Australia is a popular destination for those who are seeking higher education opportunities. Part-time work is a popular option for many international students who need to support themselves financially while studying. International students in Australia are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during semester breaks. There are many job opportunities available to international students in Australia, including retail, hospitality, and customer service roles. However, it is important for international students to ensure that their work hours do not interfere with their studies, and to be aware of their employment rights and obligations under Australian law.
3. Beautiful beaches
Australia is famous for its golden, spectacular beaches. If you’re a beach lover, then this is another reason why you will want to make the move down under. Whether you want to hit the surf or admire from afar - beach hopping here is second to none! Australia is the perfect place to live to find that work, life, and study balance
4. Once you live here - you can explore the rest of Australia on the weekends and holidays!
Moving abroad is a great option for you if you’re looking to explore life down under in beautiful Australia. Enjoy weekend road trips and domestic travel in our beautiful country! Travelling around Australia as an international student can be a thrilling and enriching experience. From exploring the diverse landscapes of the Outback and the Great Barrier Reef, to discovering the vibrant cities of Sydney and Melbourne, there is so much to see and do. However, it's important to plan your trip carefully, budget accordingly, and be aware of cultural differences to fully enjoy your experience.
5. Multicultural communities
Did you know Australia has been recognised as the most successful, culturally diverse country in the world? In fact, the city of Melbourne is the most multicultural city in Australia with around 140 cultures represented here. As an international student in Australia, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the country's vibrant multicultural communities. From attending cultural festivals and events, to meeting people from diverse backgrounds, you will gain a greater understanding and appreciation for different cultures.
6. University accommodation like no other
If you’re looking for international student accommodation then you’re in the right place. Here at Campus Living Villages, we have the best student housing in Australia available on a campus near you. Enjoy fun on-campus events where you can meet other students, like our famous potluck dinners and Aussie BBQs! We offer 24/7 support to all students who live on campus with us and are happy to help you whenever you need, so you feel right at home.
7. Quick student visa processing times
If you’re looking to begin life in Australia as an international student, then you should be pleased to know that 75% of student visa applications are processed in under 28 days. (source). The process is usually quick and relatively simple. However, if you miss a step or leave a section in your application untouched, your application will be bumped, and you will need to re-enter your details. Therefore, it’s important that you do your best to answer every question to the best of your ability; and if you’re stuck, then make sure you get in contact with The Department of Home Affairs.
To apply for your student visa, click here.
For more information on moving to Australia as an international student, read our blog on what you need to know about working in Australia as an international student.
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