If you’re planning to pursue higher education abroad in Australia, you may be overwhelmed by the number of courses in Australia for international students. Whether you are eyeing an internationally recognised qualification or want to make the most of Australia’s excellent natural environment, the country offers a variety of high-quality courses. If you are yet to pick a course, we list some study areas worth exploring in Australia.
Information Technology (IT)
IT is a popular field among Nepalese students in Australia. The ACS (Australian Computer Society) monitors the quality of Australian IT programs, and those that are accredited by ACS follow an industry-specific curriculum and maintain equipment to a high standard. IT and computing in Australia involve a wide range of specialisations, such as database management, computer system, network engineering, web computing and software engineering. International IT graduates in Australia can join Professional Year program to have an idea about the Australian workplace rules and regulations.
Australia is widely known for providing quality education. The Nursing Courses in Australia have been designed keeping in mind the global standards to impart advanced fundamental knowledge and practical skills essential in offering top-quality healthcare services. Internationally qualified nurses can also kick-start their career with the IRON program. The program is developed to prepare overseas qualified nurses to work in the Australian healthcare settings.
There is a variety of engineering courses on offer in Australia- from mechanical, civil, aerospace, nuclear, mining, aviation and chemical engineering. A unique specialisation in this area is mining, with programs prominent in Western and Southern Australia and regional Queensland, where huge mining industries exist. Like IT and accounting graduates, international students studying engineering in Australia can join the Professional Year after their graduation.
Health and Medicine
In case you are interested in pursuing a career in the health industry, Australia provides globally recognised qualifications along with modern, industry-standard facilities. Specialisations such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and psychology all have strict accreditation requirements, with programs acknowledged in both Australia and overseas. If you have research in mind, you would be happy to know that Australian researchers have played a pivotal role in medical research, with IVF, penicillin, the Bionic Ear, ultrasound and the cervical cancer vaccine all invented in Australia.
So these were top four courses to study in Australia. If you want to know about more courses or have questions, like what to study, what is the visa process or where to study in Australia, you can speak to an AECC Global education consultant.
AECC Global is a renowned education consultancy and agency in Nepal.