Over the last two years, international students census in Australia reveals an increase by over 27% from the previous 498,155 in 2015.
Australia is fastly leading the United States and other countries in the world as the favorite education destination for international students.
Over the last two years, international students census in Australia reveals an increase by over 27% from the previous 498,155 in 2015. Among the top ten Nationalities are China, India, Vietnam, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Brazil, Thailand, Nepal, Indonesia and Hong Kong – Nigeria is fastly adding to the trend with majority choosing to settle in major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
According to Bode Davies Muse Founder/CEO of Skoolmates - an Australian based Education Technology company that matches and connect students globally to educational programs and schools in Australia, “Parents, students and professionals choose to study in Australia due to the global recognition of degrees from Australia, better cost of living, easy access to jobs while in school and after graduation, access to scholarships, reasonable tuition, security, diversity in education, easy going culture, exciting social life, up to 4 years post study visa and access to permanent residency".
In addition, Melbourne has been voted as the most liveable city in the world 7 years in a row. Following at number 5 is Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, another Australian state in recent global average liveability score data on The Economist.
These factors are largely contributing to the the rising trend of Australia as the world most preferred education destination not to mention the excellent standard of living and low population.
Amidst the trend, Skoolmates is emerging to be the biggest international student recruitment company in Australia based on its global network of highly experienced education consultants and migration agents that provide personalised education and migration services to students around the world seeking to study in Australia, whilst assisting students with scholarship advice and guardianship for students under the age of 18.
It is an innovative platform used by international students around the world to search for preferred courses, compare schools, tuition cost and as well as apply to Australian schools with ease.
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