University of Tasmania

Australia

Public | Estd. 1890

University of Tasmania

Tasmania, Australia

Public -1890

70-80%

Acceptance Rate

41:5 : 58.5

Male: Female Ratio

13:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

February and July

Intakes

70-80%

Acceptance Rate

41:5 : 58.5

Male: Female Ratio

13:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

February and July

Intakes

History, Affiliations, and Rankings

The University of Tasmania was established on 1 January 1890 in Australia, after the abolition of overseas scholarships freed up funds. It immediately took over the role of the Tasmanian Council for Education. The university is the fourth-oldest university in Australia. Christ College which is one of the university's residential colleges was first proposed in 1840 in Lieutenant-Governor Sir John Franklin's Legislative Council and was established in 1846, making it the country's oldest tertiary university. In 1914, the University was granted a Royal Charter by King George V which granted the university's degrees status as equivalent to the established universities of the United Kingdom, where such equivalents existed. The university is a sandstone institution that is affiliated with the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. The University of Tasmania is one of the top Public universities in Hobart, Australia. It is ranked #=303 in QS Global World Rankings 2022. The Times Higher Education ranks it in the bracket of #301–350 in the World University rankings 2022.

Infrastructure, Campuses, and Courses

The university has three main campuses in all three areas of Tasmania, based in Hobart, Launceston, and Burnie. Hobart is the epitome of a city living on the outskirts of pristine wilderness. The Sandy Bay campus is five minutes south of the city centre. This campus has a variety of on-site amenities and resources, many of which are located in the Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) building on Churchill Avenue, in addition to purpose-built teaching and learning facilities. The university also has a number of small, specialist facilities within the College of Health and Medicine at its Darlinghurst and Rozelle campuses in Sydney. It also has a joint research facility at the city's Australian National Maritime Museum in Pyrmont. The University of Tasmania has five colleges (previously known as faculties) that include, the College of Arts, Law & Education, College of Health & Medication, College of Science & Engineering, Tasmanian School of Business, and University College.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

The University’s rich portfolio of research excellence across a broad range of subjects has been highlighted by the Australian Government in the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia results. Students and researchers are also able to take advantage of more than 400 industry partnerships and collaborations in more than 117 nations around the world. The University has demonstrated excellent performance in Agriculture and Forestry, placing in the top 100 in the world, and in Art and Design, coming in among the top 150 institutions globally. The University's community is bolstered by a global network of more than 105,000 alumni from more than 120 countries, as well as collaborative collaborations with other organisations that share strategic perspectives. Some of the notable alumni of the university are Ed Byrne, Vice-Chancellor of the Monash University, Caulfield campus, Will Hodgman, Australian High Commissioner to Singapore, Neal Blewett, Former Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care and many more.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

There are 13,043 students enrolled at the university, out of which 5,260 are from international backgrounds. The student body consists of 70% learners from undergraduate courses and the remaining from postgraduate courses. There are 269 international staff and 713 domestic staff working. The University has a large number of diverse clubs and societies. The Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) manages over 50 societies to help students explore different opportunities available. Some of the top recruiters of graduates are Deloitte, EY, KPMG and Commonwealth Bank.

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History, Affiliations, and Rankings

The University of Tasmania was established on 1 January 1890 in Australia, after the abolition of overseas scholarships freed up funds. It immediately took over the role of the Tasmanian Council for Education. The university is the fourth-oldest university in Australia. Christ College which is one of the university's residential colleges was first proposed in 1840 in Lieutenant-Governor Sir John Franklin's Legislative Council and was established in 1846, making it the country's oldest tertiary university. In 1914, the University was granted a Royal Charter by King George V which granted the university's degrees status as equivalent to the established universities of the United Kingdom, where such equivalents existed. The university is a sandstone institution that is affiliated with the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning. The University of Tasmania is one of the top Public universities in Hobart, Australia. It is ranked #=303 in QS Global World Rankings 2022. The Times Higher Education ranks it in the bracket of #301–350 in the World University rankings 2022.

Infrastructure, Campuses, and Courses

The university has three main campuses in all three areas of Tasmania, based in Hobart, Launceston, and Burnie. Hobart is the epitome of a city living on the outskirts of pristine wilderness. The Sandy Bay campus is five minutes south of the city centre. This campus has a variety of on-site amenities and resources, many of which are located in the Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) building on Churchill Avenue, in addition to purpose-built teaching and learning facilities. The university also has a number of small, specialist facilities within the College of Health and Medicine at its Darlinghurst and Rozelle campuses in Sydney. It also has a joint research facility at the city's Australian National Maritime Museum in Pyrmont. The University of Tasmania has five colleges (previously known as faculties) that include, the College of Arts, Law & Education, College of Health & Medication, College of Science & Engineering, Tasmanian School of Business, and University College.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

The University’s rich portfolio of research excellence across a broad range of subjects has been highlighted by the Australian Government in the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia results. Students and researchers are also able to take advantage of more than 400 industry partnerships and collaborations in more than 117 nations around the world. The University has demonstrated excellent performance in Agriculture and Forestry, placing in the top 100 in the world, and in Art and Design, coming in among the top 150 institutions globally. The University's community is bolstered by a global network of more than 105,000 alumni from more than 120 countries, as well as collaborative collaborations with other organisations that share strategic perspectives. Some of the notable alumni of the university are Ed Byrne, Vice-Chancellor of the Monash University, Caulfield campus, Will Hodgman, Australian High Commissioner to Singapore, Neal Blewett, Former Australian Minister for Health and Aged Care and many more.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

There are 13,043 students enrolled at the university, out of which 5,260 are from international backgrounds. The student body consists of 70% learners from undergraduate courses and the remaining from postgraduate courses. There are 269 international staff and 713 domestic staff working. The University has a large number of diverse clubs and societies. The Tasmanian University Student Association (TUSA) manages over 50 societies to help students explore different opportunities available. Some of the top recruiters of graduates are Deloitte, EY, KPMG and Commonwealth Bank.

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17%

International Students %

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Quacquarelli Symonds (Q.S.) is a corporation based in the United Kingdom that specialises in the analysis of higher education institutions worldwide. Nunzio Quacquarelli launched the company in 1990. It publishes the Q.S. World University Rankings every year. The Q.S. rating, which is considered one of the three most widely read university rankings globally, is approved by the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG). The institution uses six metrics, namely Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Faculty/Student Ratio, Citations per faculty, International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio, that effectively capture university performance. It also publishes rankings in Young universities, Graduate Employability, and Subject Rankings. Q.S. provides an auditing service to universities, which offers information on the institution's strengths and shortcomings. The Q.S. Stars audit procedure rates universities based on over 50 different indicators.

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CourseDurationFee/Year
BSc in Agricultural Science48 Months-
MBA in Business Administration (International)24 Months-
BSc in Applied Science (Agriculture and Business)36 Months-
BSc in Applied Science (Environmental Science)36 Months-
Bachelors in Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies36 Months-
Bachelors in Surveying and Spatial Sciences36 Months-
Masters in Professional Psychology12 Months-
BSc in Architecture and Built Environments36 Months-
BArch in Architecture24 Months-
Bachelors in Fine Arts36 Months-

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CourseDurationFee/Year
BSc in Agricultural Science48 Months-
MBA in Business Administration (International)24 Months-
BSc in Applied Science (Agriculture and Business)36 Months-
BSc in Applied Science (Environmental Science)36 Months-
Bachelors in Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies36 Months-
Bachelors in Surveying and Spatial Sciences36 Months-
Masters in Professional Psychology12 Months-
BSc in Architecture and Built Environments36 Months-
BArch in Architecture24 Months-
Bachelors in Fine Arts36 Months-

Scholarships

This scholarship is awarded to full-time students enrolled at the institute.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to full-time students enrolled at the institute.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to full-time students enrolled at the institute.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to full-time students enrolled at the institute.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving international students to study at the University of Tasmania in 2022.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background and are required to achieve a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each study period to maintain the scholarship.

Applicability

It is an automatic scholarship, no application is required.

Application Process

  • Visit the official website of the institution. 
  • Click on 'Apply Now' or 'Register Here'
  • Complete filling your education history with all the qualifications.
  • Fill in the details of your employment history.
  • Fill in your personal statement.
  • Submit the application form by paying the mentioned fees.

Documents Required

  • All official academic Transcripts and grade cards
  • Passport size photographs 
  • Passport photocopy
  • Visa
  • Updated CV/Resume
  • English Language Proficiency Test Scores
  • Letter of Recommendations
  • Statement of Purpose

Admission Requirements

FAQs

Tuition fees for an undergraduate bachelor degree, range between A$15,000 and A$33,000. For a masters degree, this can be between A$20,000 and A$37,000. For a doctoral degree, this can be between A$14,000 and A$37,000.
Tuition fees for an undergraduate bachelor degree, range between A$15,000 and A$33,000. For a masters degree, this can be between A$20,000 and A$37,000. For a doctoral degree, this can be between A$14,000 and A$37,000.
You can get a scholarship to learn new skills you can apply to help develop your home country. This is part of the Australia Awards Scholarships program. You can do an undergraduate or postgraduate study. You can also study at selected Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions
You can get a scholarship to learn new skills you can apply to help develop your home country. This is part of the Australia Awards Scholarships program. You can do an undergraduate or postgraduate study. You can also study at selected Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions
The admission rate range is 70-80% making this Australian higher education organization a somewhat selective institution
The admission rate range is 70-80% making this Australian higher education organization a somewhat selective institution
The University of Tasmania is one of the top universities of the world which is very highly regarded for its commitment to excellence in learning and teaching
The University of Tasmania is one of the top universities of the world which is very highly regarded for its commitment to excellence in learning and teaching
The University of Tasmania is accredited with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses to Overseas Students (CRICOS)
The University of Tasmania is accredited with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses to Overseas Students (CRICOS)
The University of Tasmania is well-known for its dedication to teaching and learning excellence. Five faculties and three specialised institutes provide undergraduate and postgraduate study in the following disciplines: College of Arts, Law and Education are among the faculties.
The University of Tasmania is well-known for its dedication to teaching and learning excellence. Five faculties and three specialised institutes provide undergraduate and postgraduate study in the following disciplines: College of Arts, Law and Education are among the faculties.
Tasmania, a lovely island with breathtaking scenery and natural surroundings, is one of the best study locations for international students. For overseas students who desire to complete an academic degree while keeping on a budget, the state represents hope and motivation.
Tasmania, a lovely island with breathtaking scenery and natural surroundings, is one of the best study locations for international students. For overseas students who desire to complete an academic degree while keeping on a budget, the state represents hope and motivation.

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Studying in Australia

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost to study in Australia is as follows: 

Undergraduate: AUD 20,000 - 50,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 28,14,150.26)

Postgraduate: AUD 20,000 - 40,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 22,51,661.99)

MBA: AUD 80,000 - 1,00,000 (INR 42,63,668 - INR 56,74,961.00)

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost to study in Australia is as follows: 

Undergraduate: AUD 20,000 - 50,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 28,14,150.26)

Postgraduate: AUD 20,000 - 40,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 22,51,661.99)

MBA: AUD 80,000 - 1,00,000 (INR 42,63,668 - INR 56,74,961.00)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 1,400 - AUD 2,500 (INR 74,614 - INR 1,33,239)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 480 and AUD 1760 (INR 25,582 - INR 93,800)

Food Expenses: AUD 254 - AUD 356 (INR 13,537 - INR 18,973)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 1,400 - AUD 2,500 (INR 74,614 - INR 1,33,239)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 480 and AUD 1760 (INR 25,582 - INR 93,800)

Food Expenses: AUD 254 - AUD 356 (INR 13,537 - INR 18,973)

English Proficiency Exams to Study in Australia

IELTS: 6.5 - 7.0

TOEFL iBT: 85 - 100

PTE64 - 77

Duolingo English Test: 95 - 120 and higher

CAE: 60 - 79+

Admission Tests to Study in Australia

GMAT: 600 - 695

SAT: 1200 - 1500+

ACT: 28+

ISAT: A minimum score of 60 is required 

GAMSAT: 59 - 76 is required

UCAT: 2810+

NEET: minimum 50 percentile 

English Proficiency Exams to Study in Australia

IELTS: 6.5 - 7.0

TOEFL iBT: 85 - 100

PTE64 - 77

Duolingo English Test: 95 - 120 and higher

CAE: 60 - 79+

Admission Tests to Study in Australia

GMAT: 600 - 695

SAT: 1200 - 1500+

ACT: 28+

ISAT: A minimum score of 60 is required 

GAMSAT: 59 - 76 is required

UCAT: 2810+

NEET: minimum 50 percentile 

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in Australia

  • The legal minimum hourly salary for simple work requiring no special skills is AUD 18.93 (INR 1014). Students may be able to earn between AUD 50 and AUD 80 (INR 2679 - INR 4286) per hour for jobs that need any additional skills.

  • While the university is in session, international students with a valid student visa can work upto 20 hours per week. There is no restriction on the number of hours an international student can work during recognised school holidays.

  • Students must follow a set of study guidelines that the Australian government has authorised.

  • Overseas Student Health Coverage is mandatory for all students (OSHC).

Types of Part-Time Jobs in Australia

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in Australia. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus jobs are available inside the university campus and are perfect for students as they can apply in different departments within their proximity. 

Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. These jobs include office boy, receptionist, waiter/ waitress, call centre maintenance, data entry, etc.

Students can also hunt for part-time work in a variety of professions, including:

  • Hospitality sector (including housekeeping)

  • Agricultural work 

  • Sales and telemarketing (call centre)

  • Administration

  • Tutor; skill or language exchange

  • Retail/sales jobs in supermarkets, departmental stores

  • Food and Beverage industry

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in Australia

  • The legal minimum hourly salary for simple work requiring no special skills is AUD 18.93 (INR 1014). Students may be able to earn between AUD 50 and AUD 80 (INR 2679 - INR 4286) per hour for jobs that need any additional skills.

  • While the university is in session, international students with a valid student visa can work upto 20 hours per week. There is no restriction on the number of hours an international student can work during recognised school holidays.

  • Students must follow a set of study guidelines that the Australian government has authorised.

  • Overseas Student Health Coverage is mandatory for all students (OSHC).

Types of Part-Time Jobs in Australia

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in Australia. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus jobs are available inside the university campus and are perfect for students as they can apply in different departments within their proximity. 

Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. These jobs include office boy, receptionist, waiter/ waitress, call centre maintenance, data entry, etc.

Students can also hunt for part-time work in a variety of professions, including:

  • Hospitality sector (including housekeeping)

  • Agricultural work 

  • Sales and telemarketing (call centre)

  • Administration

  • Tutor; skill or language exchange

  • Retail/sales jobs in supermarkets, departmental stores

  • Food and Beverage industry

International students can stay, work, or look for work in Australia after they graduate with a post-study work visa. The length of their stay varies depending on their qualifications and study location. There are 3 types of post-study work visa options that may be available to international students.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Post-Study Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have just graduated with an approved qualification from an Australian educational institution, regardless of their field of study, and permits them to stay in Australia for a period of 2 to 4 years.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have earned skills and credentials in jobs on the skilled occupation list. The skills and credentials are generally closely tied to occupations in demand in the Australian labour market in the medium to long term. The stay may last up to 18 months.

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)This visa is for international students who have earned engineering degrees from a certain educational institution in the past two years. The stay duration is up to 18 months.

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International students can stay, work, or look for work in Australia after they graduate with a post-study work visa. The length of their stay varies depending on their qualifications and study location. There are 3 types of post-study work visa options that may be available to international students.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Post-Study Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have just graduated with an approved qualification from an Australian educational institution, regardless of their field of study, and permits them to stay in Australia for a period of 2 to 4 years.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have earned skills and credentials in jobs on the skilled occupation list. The skills and credentials are generally closely tied to occupations in demand in the Australian labour market in the medium to long term. The stay may last up to 18 months.

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)This visa is for international students who have earned engineering degrees from a certain educational institution in the past two years. The stay duration is up to 18 months.

Here’s our top-searched guide to know more about the Australia Work Permit

Here are the different application costs for different types of student visas that an international student requires to study in Australia:

  • Student visa (subclass 500): AUD 620 + AUD 470 (INR 33,224 + INR 25,185) if 18 and above or + AUD 155 (INR 8,306) if under 18

  • Independent ELICOS Visa (Subclass 570): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Vocational Education and Training Sector Visa (subclass 572): AUD 620 (INR 33,224)

  • Higher Education Sector Visa (Subclass 573): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (Subclass 574): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 580): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485): AUD 1650 (INR 88,418)

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476): AUD 405 (INR 21702)

Here are the different application costs for different types of student visas that an international student requires to study in Australia:

  • Student visa (subclass 500): AUD 620 + AUD 470 (INR 33,224 + INR 25,185) if 18 and above or + AUD 155 (INR 8,306) if under 18

  • Independent ELICOS Visa (Subclass 570): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Vocational Education and Training Sector Visa (subclass 572): AUD 620 (INR 33,224)

  • Higher Education Sector Visa (Subclass 573): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (Subclass 574): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 580): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485): AUD 1650 (INR 88,418)

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476): AUD 405 (INR 21702)

Step 1: Fill out the online visa application form (guided by an AUG counsellor).

Check that the balance on your credit card is in Australian dollars. 

Step 2: You cannot complete the application without paying the required Visa application fee.

Step 3: Create a Medical Referral Letter and schedule a medical examination once you've applied. A physician must perform the check-up on the Australian Immigration panel (hospital/clinic).

Step 4: Make a Biometrics appointment (if necessary). Use your Immi login account to submit any new papers.

Step 5: If your application is approved, Immigration will send you a student visa by email or mail. Australian student visas are electronic, unlike those in most other countries. As a result, your passport will not have any Visa grant labels, stickers, or stamps.

Step 1: Fill out the online visa application form (guided by an AUG counsellor).

Check that the balance on your credit card is in Australian dollars. 

Step 2: You cannot complete the application without paying the required Visa application fee.

Step 3: Create a Medical Referral Letter and schedule a medical examination once you've applied. A physician must perform the check-up on the Australian Immigration panel (hospital/clinic).

Step 4: Make a Biometrics appointment (if necessary). Use your Immi login account to submit any new papers.

Step 5: If your application is approved, Immigration will send you a student visa by email or mail. Australian student visas are electronic, unlike those in most other countries. As a result, your passport will not have any Visa grant labels, stickers, or stamps.

Some of the top high paying job industries in Australia for international students are as follows:

  • Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

  • Finance and Banking

  • Engineering, IT 

  • Accounting 

  • Management Consulting

  • Medicine and Life Sciences

  • Construction 

  • Hospitality and Tourism 

  • Education (Teachers/Professors/Trainers)

Some of the top high paying job industries in Australia for international students are as follows:

  • Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

  • Finance and Banking

  • Engineering, IT 

  • Accounting 

  • Management Consulting

  • Medicine and Life Sciences

  • Construction 

  • Hospitality and Tourism 

  • Education (Teachers/Professors/Trainers)

Australia is one of the top three study abroad destinations in the world because of its pioneering developments. Aside from the Group Eight Universities, the island country is home to some of the best academic institutions in the world, providing high-quality education in a variety of subjects. In addition, Australia is the birthplace of world-famous innovations such as Wifi and Google Maps.

Australia is a wealthy nation with a market-based economy with a fairly high gross domestic product and per capita income, with a GDP of roughly A$1.40 Trillion, ranking 13th in the world, and a PPP of AUD 52,203. Its economy is based on the service sector and commodity exports. According to Statista, Australia’s Real GDP growth rate is expected to be 2.75% in 2022.

Australia is one of the top three study abroad destinations in the world because of its pioneering developments. Aside from the Group Eight Universities, the island country is home to some of the best academic institutions in the world, providing high-quality education in a variety of subjects. In addition, Australia is the birthplace of world-famous innovations such as Wifi and Google Maps.

Australia is a wealthy nation with a market-based economy with a fairly high gross domestic product and per capita income, with a GDP of roughly A$1.40 Trillion, ranking 13th in the world, and a PPP of AUD 52,203. Its economy is based on the service sector and commodity exports. According to Statista, Australia’s Real GDP growth rate is expected to be 2.75% in 2022.

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