7 Reasons Why You Should Study in Western Australia
Thinking of studying in Western Australia? Here are 7 reasons why you should.
- Lets be frank, there’s an ample supply of places to choose to study in. But did you know Australia is the third most chosen destination for International Students to study in? So that’s saying a lot.
- Taking into consideration that Australia is one of the most popular destinations for international students, it also means that there is increasing diversity and culture here. (Which also brings us to the fact that there is a lot of delicious International Cuisine and everyone loves food!) Curtin University were voted #1 for Diversity in 2014. Read more here>>
- Perth is a fantastic city for students to live in. The OECD Better Life Index analysed 34 countries in 11 categories, including income, housing, jobs, community, education, environment, civic engagement, health, life satisfaction, safety, and work-life balance.Australia. Australia is the number one happiest country in the world.
- The Australian Government annually spends AUD$2 million on scholarships for International Students.
- Everyone wants to study in a safe and relaxed environment, what better place to do that than in Western Australia? Perth boasts beautiful scenic beaches, clean open space and the relaxed Australian lifestyle and people.
- You know when your friends brag to you about things? Well, you get bragging rights when you study in Australia. The world is constantly relying on Australia for important innovations such as, IVF, Wi-Fi, UltraSound and Penicillin.
- If none of the above still haven’t convinced you enough. Know that graduating from a University in Australia opens several doors for you around the world. Degrees obtained from Australian Universities are recognised all over the world and are highly respected. And if that’s still not enough, Australian cities are constantly growing and becoming more and more developed, which means there is a growing demand for jobs with a good pay. Did you know you can work up to 40 hours a week as an international student in Australia?
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