Are you looking to pursue your higher studies abroad in Australia? We aren’t surprised! Australia is the world’s top 3rd study abroad destination for international students, and it’s not tough to understand why.
What comes to your mind when you think about Australia? The white-sand beaches, a deep azure ocean, cold cans of lager, and high standard lifestyle! You may add some wonderful creatures, miles of unpeopled wilderness, and a love of sports.
There is much more behind these common suppositions. Australia does have many beaches; Australians do enjoy a drink on the weekend; and the warm atmosphere does lend itself to the outdoor preparation for food. However, this isn’t the entire picture of the country- for one thing, it doesn’t mention the impressive higher education system in the country offering many courses in Australia for international students.
Australia’s higher education system was ranked fourth in the QS Higher Education System Rankings in 2016. In our previous pieces, we had discussed top-ranked Australian universities and Australian visa application process, but here we are exploring top student cities in Australia:
The biggest city in Australia, Sydney evokes the images of surfing, beaches and drinking. The city is home to Australia’s most recognisable landmark, the Sydney Opera House. Known for its party lifestyle, Sydney is also bohemian, creative and intellectual.
The city has some top-ranked universities like the University of New South Wales and the University of Sydney. You will also see many such Nepalese students who had decided to study nursing courses in Australia and are now living and pursuing their studies in this magnificent city.
Considered the cultural capital of Australia, Melbourne is an excellent alternative for the ones who find Sydney a bit brash- think of it a kind of San Francisco to Sydney’s Los Angeles. The people of Melbourne are appreciated for their love for sports.
With some world-class universities such as Monash University, University of Melbourne, Deakin University, RMIT and La Trobe University, Melbourne is an education hub for international students.
Known for being Australia’s third largest city, Brisbane has a thriving live music scene, plenty of beautiful beaches and world-class cultural institutions. Among universities in Brisbane, the University of Queensland is the most prominent one. The other leading universities in the city are Griffith University and the Queensland University of Technology.
So these were the top 3 Australian cities ideal for Nepalese students looking to study in Australia. If you still have queries like where to study in Australia, you can consult with AECC Global education consultants.
AECC Global is a top-class education consultancy and agency in Nepal.