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   08 June 2017
   
 

Monday 12th June- Public Holiday

Students are reminded that Monday 12th June is a public holiday in NSW to celebrate the Queen's birthday. ACIC Sydney office will be closed on that day and will reopen...

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   08 May 2017
   
 

ACIC Taiwan Welcomes Australian School Visits

 


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   05 June 2017
   
 

Charles Darwin University is...

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In Australia, you can choose to study from a large number of institutions and courses at all levels. Institutions must be registered with the Australian government, which ensures that the quality of education and services are maintained.



Your Choice of Institutions

There are more than 500 institutions in Australia that offers courses to international students. Institutions are spread all across the country, although most are concentrated in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.

Some of the leading institutions in Australia include:

University of Wollongong (UOW)
University of Sydney (USYD)

University of New South Wales (UNSW)  
University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Monash University (Monash)
University of Melbourne (UM)
University of Adelaide (UA)
Australian National University (ANU)
Macquarie University (MQ)
University of Western Sydney (UWS)
University of Newcastle (UON)
Australian Catholic University (ACU)


and many other universities as well as:

> High schools (both government and private)
> TAFEs from all around Australia
> Private colleges including those from Navitas, THINK and Studygroup
> English colleges offering a range of English courses including EAP, General English and IELTS preparation


Your Choice of Courses

There is a vast variety of courses offered in Australia. Courses range from traditional fields such as business, IT and law, to other popular fields such as science, arts and education. There are also very specialised courses such as biotechnology, digital media and ceramics! You will be sure to find a course that matches your interests and study needs.

Some of the most popular courses and fields of studies in Australia include:

Business
Information Technology (IT)
Arts and Social Sciences
Science

Engineering