Education Opportunities in Australia
Want to study abroad in Australia? Interested in getting a global MBA or pursuing a medical degree? Or perhaps, you are looking for research and postdoctoral opportunities. Look no further for answers to your questions on education in Australia by choosing one of the options below. In addition, check our our list of Australian universities to further explore the breadth of opportunities an Australian education has to offer, and contact an enrolment coordinator if you would like additional help finding and applying to a program.
Study abroad programs
Study abroad in Australia for a semester, a year, summer of January term. Find out what to expect as an exchange or study abroad student, the study options available and how to make the most of your education in Australia. Click here to study abroad in Australia.
Graduate Degree Program
Graduate education in Australia is typically shorter but more intense than programs in the US and Canada. All 40 Australian universities offer master's and doctoral degrees. Click here to find out how to get started.
Professional degree programs
Gain a professional qualification in business, law, nursing, medicine, veterinary medicine among others. Professional education in Australia such as medicine is offered at both the undergraduate or graduate level. Need to find discipline-specific information? Check out Australian professional degrees by discipline here.
Research and postdoctoral opportunities
Looking for doctoral research opportunities in Australia? Discover how to access doctoral research opportunities in Australia including funding and grants offered by Australian universities, research bodies and government. Click here for research opportunities.
Undergraduate degree programs and transfer options
Undergraduate education in Australia is offered at all 39 Australian universities and a number of higher education institutions who award bachelor's degrees in a range of disciplines. There are key differences about Australian bachelor's degrees and how they are taught. Click here to find out if an undergraduate education in Australia is right for you.
Community college and technical education and training
Community colleges are known as vocational education and training providers in Australia which offer applied qualifications in areas such as IT, business, construction, hospitality and religious studies. Australian vocational education providers are known for their excellent links to industry which help graduates to find jobs. If you are looking for an applied education program in Australia, click here.
If you are moving to Australia and need to enrol your child in a K-12 school, learn about the education system in Australia, academic calendar, costs and school options. Education in Australia is different to schooling in the US or Canada. Click here to learn how to navigate the system.