Study Abroad: Queensland Emerging as India’s Favourite Study Abroad Destination. Know Why?

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Study Abroad Queensland Emerging as India's Favourite Study Abroad Destination
Queensland Government organises education fair for aspiring students and parents across India. More than 10 leading universities of Queensland and senior officials participated in this education fair.

The government of Queensland and India has joined hands to deepen bilateral ties and trade relations with each other. To promote Queensland as the premier education destination,  the Treasurer and Minister of Trade and Investment of Queensland, Mr Cameron Dick has visited India along with his delegation. The government of Queensland has organised its first education fair with an Indian institution. The officials of the leading universities of Queensland will be present under one roof.


The Treasurer and Minister of Trade and Investment of Queensland addressed a large group of Indian students and their parents. Cameron said, “Queensland needs the best global talent, which is why we welcome Indian students to our state. Our universities and colleges are connecting students to these opportunities.”

Universities that Participated in the Fair

Study Queensland’s education fair saw significant participation from residents of Mumbai who interacted with senior government officials and university representatives. The list of universities that attended the fair is provided below:

Mr Cameron also said “Our universities continue to raise the bar when it comes to cutting-edge research and development, attracting collaborations with multinational companies, and achieving ground-breaking results. Moreover, students look for life-changing experiences and Queensland delivers.”

Why choose Queensland?

Queensland’s international education and training industry has produced A$3.2 billion (approx 1,76,98,38,000 INR) in export income in 2021. Since October 2022, 13,419 Indian citizens have enrolled in Queensland’s educational and training institutions and compared to pre-COVID levels, vocational education and training enrollment has increased by 21%. With more than 300 institutions of higher learning, five of which are ranked among the top 150 universities worldwide, and more than 120 research institutions, Queensland is drawing students from all over the world, particularly from India.

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