Study abroad: How Australian university takes care of Indian students?

Australia's mega-diversity and highly urbanised cities have made it a valuable educational destination. 

According to the ASIE report, Indian students account for 17% of international students.

Ind-Aus have a social connection in terms of international education, collaborative research, and knowledge sharing to strengthen the STEM, healthcare, and management sectors. 

Both nations have pledged international participation throughout the entire spectrum of cyber and critical technology concerns 

Australian universities are respected by the most prestigious educational institutions in the world and are acknowledged for offering the greatest learning 

With the best teaching resources and cutting-edge infrastructure, the nation can claim of having more than 14 universities ranked among the top 100 worldwide. 

The Australian government recently announced an extension of the post-study work right for an additional two years. 

Numerous leadership development,  scholarship, and skill training programmes are being introduced in an effort to broaden students' horizons and increase their competitiveness in the global economy. 

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