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Studying English in Australia is about much more than reciting words in a classroom. Our teaching approach focuses on critical thinking, as well as group and project work – all drawn from real-life experiences, which means you will not only be learning the language, you will be learning how to use it in everyday life.
By studying English in Australia, you will gain a huge range of life skills you cannot get at home. Invaluable skills like problem-solving, leading diverse teams of people, and applying your English to real-world situations – abilities you will draw on for the rest of your life. With a multicultural mix of students in our educational facilities, you will learn the world’s language in a truly international environment.
Our English language teaching maintains a consistently high quality – no matter where you study or what course you choose. With mandatory national standards and a comprehensive, industry-led quality assurance framework (see NEAS QA Framework) you can be confident that you’re getting the very finest English education.
Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) is built on partnership between government and industry to provide practical, cost-effective courses. Learn more about the wide range of industry-relevant qualifications available here.
An Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification provides a efficient, cost-effective pathway to employment by providing 'applied’ (or practical) learning opportunities. A VET qualification can also provide a pathway to further studies, including higher education degrees.
Australia’s VET sector is built on partnership between government and industry, with curriculum development directly informed by expert industry councils and representatives. Australia’s VET courses and qualifications are designed by industry experts to ensure you are work-ready with the latest industry knowledge and skills. Australian governments (federal and state) help provide funding for VET and oversee quality assurance of the sector.
VET qualifications are provided by government institutions, called Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions, as well as private Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).
Higher education courses can be taken to earn an advanced degree and continue your studies in Australia. There are three main types of higher education which lead to Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Degrees.
In Australia it is quite common for students to enrol in a double or combined Bachelor Degree program which leads to the award of two Bachelor Degrees. This is most common in the fields of arts, commerce, law and science.
Australian institutions offer a wide range of courses – from science to management and commerce, humanities to engineering, and law to health sciences. Australian institutions rank among the world’s best by discipline, particularly in engineering and technology, medicine, environmental science, and accounting and finance.
There are 43 universities in Australia (40 Australian universities, two international universities, and one private specialty university). Along with our universities, many other institutions offer higher education courses. You can search for institutions and courses using the Institution and Course Search on this website.