Study in Australia ranked world top three20 September 2016 by News Desk
Study in Australia where parents rate it one of their top destinations from a list of 50 countries.
Study in Australia comes under to spotlight in a new report from HSBC that shows Australia is the third most popular country for higher education among parents considering international university education for their children.
The number of international students in Australia has increased by 11% from 2015 with almost half a million enrolling in education Down Under in 2016.
Students and their parts consider the studying abroad offers better job prospects, exposure to new cultures, international experience and language skills.
Australia is also a cheaper education destination compared to countries such as the USA where the average annual tuition fees for overseas university students is US$26,136 per year.
Study in Australia ranked world top three
Australia is the preferred choice of Indonesian parents with 14,833 Indonesian students currently enrolled to study in Australia.
20% of all student visas for Australia are issued to Chinese students, according to HSBC’s The Value of Education – Foundations for the Future report.
Six Australian universities made the top 100 best global research institutions in the 2016 Academic Ranking of World Universities. This is two more than in 2015.
Monash University and the University of Sydney are now ranked in the top 100 and join Melbourne, Queensland, Western Australia and Australian National University.
More than half of Australia’s public universities are ranked among the world’s best 500 research institutions.
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