Study in Australia
The education and adventure of a lifetime
The education and adventure of a lifetime
There’s a good reason hundreds of thousands of students make the journey to study in Australia every year. The latest 2024 QS World University Rankings have spotlighted Australia as one of the countries that provide the best education in the world. Sydney alone has two global top 20 universities, including UNSW Sydney, ranked equal 19th place with its neighbour, the University of Sydney.
Plus, great weather, diverse culture, thriving food, shopping and cultural scenes – and we’ve got some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country.
Whether you head home after your studies or launch your career Down Under, studying in Australia is an experience you’ll never forget and never regret.
Where to start? Hundreds of benefits come to mind. From top universities and career-defining professional opportunities to our vibrant and varied cultural scenes, here are a few advantages that stand out.
As a migrant country, Australia is famous for its openness to different cultures. Sydney, in particular, is home to dozens of international communities with strong cultural ties to their homeland. Plus, Sydney is one of the top study destinations for international students, so you can make global connections and lifelong friends.
Starting a career in Australia after university is a dream for many international students, and there are plenty of incredible opportunities on offer. Australia is experiencing record-low unemployment rates, with thousands of new jobs created every month*. Some of the fastest-growing sectors include healthcare, community services, energy and resources, tourism and cyber security, where skilled graduates are in high demand.
As an international student, you can work for limited hours while studying in Australia to participate in internships and gain real-world work experience. And when you finish your study, you may be eligible to apply for post-study work right to launch your careers in this land.
Port Stephens, NSW ©Destination NSW
Australians are a friendly bunch, but we’re also highly ambitious and not afraid to put in the hard work. Home to three global top 20* universities, Australia places a big focus on employability in education. UNSW is ranked 1st^ Australia-wide for graduate Employment Outcomes. That means you’ll enjoy hands-on learning, getting practical experience in your field, and having a bit of fun while you’re at it.
*^QS World University Rankings, 2024
Kanangra-Boyd National Park, NSW ©Destination NSW
Name another place with as many stunning landscapes close by. From the iconic Sydney Harbour to the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland and the beautiful pink lakes in Western Australia, this charming country has so many places to explore during holidays.
From lakes, islands and bays to famous Bondi Beach, Sydney has plenty of places to cool off in summer. And in winter, go hiking in one of the multiple national parks around the city or skiing at snow resorts around New South Wales. Let’s not forget the beautiful parks, historic architecture, shopping precincts and postcard-worthy landmarks.
At UNSW, we welcome thousands of commencing international students to our Sydney campus every year. So, we’re experts in helping you feel prepared and excited to study abroad. From finding accommodation to building a career in Sydney, these articles can guide you through the journey.
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Wondering about student visas? This detailed guide explains everything you need to know about applying for an Australian student visa.
Looking for a boost to support your studies? Explore a range of scholarships available to international students who join us to study in Sydney.
Beaches and museums, sport and music, art and history – there’s always something to discover as an international student living in Sydney.
Your complete guide to moving to Sydney, with a packing checklist, safety tips and what to do when you arrive.
Want to know how much you need to live in Sydney as an international student? Learn how UNSW can help you manage your financial situation and things you should know if you choose to work part-time.
City? Beach? Suburbs? Whatever your preference, you’ll find a neighbourhood to match. Check out these tips for finding accommodation in Sydney.
Want to take your studies even further? Check out our postgraduate study options for international students.
UNSW can help you build your career here in Australia, back home or anywhere in the world. Find out how.
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