Help in your country
The Australian Government has an extensive network of offices and education advisers around the world providing reliable and impartial advice on studying in Australia.
Africa and the Indian Ocean
United States of America and Canada
You can also visit Study in Australia websites in six Asian and 12 European languages. These websites provide country specific advice about what you need to do to study in Australia, and what other students from your country are studying.
The latest information on the Australian education and training system, costs of study and living, application and enrolment procedures and the Australian way of life is also available from reference sites set up in local institutions and libraries around the world.
Australian Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates
Australian Government representation in other countries can take a variety of forms. Our main diplomatic offices are embassies and high commissions. In many countries you will also find Australian consulates and trade offices. You can find the contact details of your nearest Australian Government office on the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.