How to use your institution's support services
14 May 2013Studying overseas is a great experience, but it can be difficult to adjust to a new environment and living away from your family and friends. Luckily, most institutions offer a variety of support services.
Budgeting tips for international students
18 April 2013If you're worried about how you'll maintain your bank balance during your studies, read on as we share our budgeting tips.
Safety tips for studying in Australia
16 April 2013While studying overseas is an exciting new experience, safety is a still major concern for many students leaving their home country. Here we list some very important safety tips to help you avoid any dangerous situations.
Five tips for getting into postgraduate courses in Australia
14 March 2013Students from around the world choose to complete their studies in Australia, with postgraduate studies being one of the most popular. Here are our top five tips for getting into postgraduate study in Australia
The advantages of studying business in Australia
26 February 2013Business administration and management is one of the most popular fields of study among international students in Australia, which is no surprise given the range of benefits Australia offers for overseas business students.
The advantages of studying engineering in Australia
04 February 2013If you are thinking about studying engineering, Australia has a lot to offer. Read on to find out the benefits that engineering students enjoy in Australia.
The international student's guide to O-Week
25 January 2013Are you about to start studying in Australia? If you're feeling a little nervous, don't worry. Orientation Week (known as O-Week) is a celebration held for students from Australia and overseas who are beginning their studies.
How to choose between on-campus and distance education
10 January 2013Students looking to gain an Australian qualification have two options: studying on campus in Australia or studying through an Australian education provider from the comfort of their own home.
How to deal with newfound independence
07 January 2013For many international students, one of the main challenges when studying abroad is coping with their newfound independence.
How to choose a course: tips for international students who don't know what to study
14 December 2012So you know you want to study in Australia, but you're not sure which course is right for you. Don't worry, our tips will give you a few ideas about how to choose the right course if you're finding it hard to make your choice.
Eight summer holiday tips for international students
22 November 2012In Australia, the majority of tertiary students enjoy a long summer break. So, after the stress of exams and assignments are over, you might be left wondering what to do. Here we list our ultimate tips for an enjoyable and productive summer break.
Get the most out of your Australian study experience
12 November 2012Studying abroad can be exciting, scary... or a mix of both. But with the right outlook and a few handy hints, you can ensure that you get the most of out of your study experience in Australia.
New South Wales Government introduces international student travel concessions
05 November 2012The Premier of New South Wales, Barry O'Farrell, has announced that transport concessions will be introduced for international students living and studying in some areas of New South Wales.
Post-study work visas: your questions answered
29 October 2012The post-study work visa provides a huge incentive for many people to consider studying in Australia. Here we will answer your questions about the visa with the latest information available from the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
International scholarship tips for your studies in Australia
12 October 2012While the majority of international students in Australia pay full fees for their studies, there are a number of scholarships available to assist students with the cost of their education.
Tips for international students deciding where to live in Australia
28 September 2012Once you have decided on your institution, it's time to organise your accommodation. It's best to do this early, because there are a number of considerations that you will need to make to ensure you are happy with your choice.
Course application tips
13 September 2012While course application is an exciting time, it's important to get organised and fully understand each step you will need to take before you start applying.
Why study an English language course in Australia?
03 September 2012Year after year, Australia proves to be a popular destination for English language study. Read on to see why completing an English language course in Australia may be your next step.
The advantages of Australian MBAs and management courses
16 August 2012Studying management in Australia means that you will graduate with a high-quality, internationally recognised qualification.
Melbourne named world's most liveable city
16 August 2012Australia's capital cities have achieved excellent results in the 2012 Global Liveability Survey
The benefits of an Australian Professional Year Program
03 August 2012Professional Year Programs provide international students who have graduated with the skills, knowledge and industry experience needed in the Australian workforce. Read on to discover the programs available and their benefits.
University, TAFE or private college: where should you study?
23 July 2012With the huge range of courses and education providers on offer in Australia, it can be difficult to know where to study. Here we describe the three main types of education providers in Australia to help you begin your search.
How to find part-time work in Australia
09 July 2012One of the many advantages of studying in Australia is that international students are able to work part time while completing their studies to support themselves financially.
Important changes to student visa requirements
06 July 2012If you're thinking of applying for study in Australia, you need to be aware of some of the changes introduced by the Australian Government in 2012 that affect student visas and skilled migration.
How to improve your English language proficiency
07 June 2012If you are thinking about studying in Australia, you will need to provide proof of your English language proficiency. This is a requirement when applying for a student visa, as well as when you are applying for courses.
Five benefits of studying in a regional area
25 May 2012If you're thinking about moving to Australia to study, you can probably imagine yourself studying in an iconic capital city like Sydney or Melbourne. You may not realise that regional Australia is another option.
Australian higher education acronyms explained
11 May 2012If you are looking at course descriptions and handbooks you will come across a lot of special terms. To assist you in your search for the perfect course in Australia, Studies in Australia has mapped out the main terms that you will need to know.
How to explore your state
30 April 2012If you have spare time over the holidays or just want to do a bit of exploring, there are many places to visit outside your capital city, no matter where you are studying.
Finding work experience while studying in Australia
17 April 2012Gaining work experience while studying has many benefits. Improving your workplace skills and adding to your resume are just two from a long list.
Eight reasons to undertake foundation studies
30 March 2012Read on to discover how foundation courses can help you settle into your studies in Australia.
Improving your chances of gaining Permanent Residency (PR) in Australia
16 March 2012Many international students dream of staying in Australia after they have completed their studies. The fact that you have studied in Australia does not guarantee approval for GSM, but there are a few other ways that you can increase your chances.
Knight Review changes for international students
07 March 2012
Melbourne and Sydney rated best student cities
15 February 2012New ratings by QS World University Rankings have placed Melbourne and Sydney in the top 10 most student-friendly cities worldwide.
New universities on the horizon
06 February 2012There's been some exciting developments in the Australian higher education sector, with announcements that two new universities will be opening their doors in the coming years.
January news updates
24 January 2012Read more about what's currently happening at some of Australia's education institutions.
Development of minimum standards for international students
23 December 2011The Australian Human Rights Commission has announced that they are in the advanced stages of developing a list of minimum standards for Australia's international students.
New post-study work visa for international students
12 December 2011The Australian Government has announced a plan to introduce new post-study work visas for international students who complete university degrees in Australia.
Review of public transport concessions for international students
05 December 2011The Australian state and territory governments have announced that they will review the eligibility criteria for public transport concession tickets.
How to deal with homesickness
25 October 2011
What to do after you graduate
12 October 2011With the year quickly coming to an end, students who are about to graduate have some important decisions to make. Do you know what you are planning to do next year? Read on for some ideas.
The benefits and disadvantages of using an education agent
23 September 2011One of the hardest decisions you will have to make about your studies in Australia is where to study. This is why many students get help from an education agent.
The benefits of student exchange
08 September 2011If you have already made the move to Australia to study, it might seem strange to go to another country for one or two semesters on a student exchange program. However, as an international fee student, the option is readily available to you.
September news updates
08 September 2011Read more about what's currently happening at some of Australia's education institutions.
Australia excels in Shanghai Jiao Tong rankings
07 September 2011Australia has received its best ever result in the annual Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities, with 19 Australian universities earning a place in the top 500.
ESOS changes and what they mean for you
29 July 2011In April, the Education Services for Overseas Students Legislation Amendment Act 2011 was enacted, resulting in some significant changes to the original ESOS legislation.
Living costs around Australia
15 July 2011One of the biggest factors on your studies in Australia will without a doubt be where you choose to study.
New Australian skilled migration visa points test
30 June 2011On the first of July the Australian Government will be introducing a new points test for skilled migration visa applications.
Five tips to help you understand qualification recognition in Australia
16 June 2011Five tips to help you understand qualification recognition in Australia
Five things to do before you study in Australia
01 June 2011Organising your studies in Australia from overseas can be stressful (it?s hard enough for domestic students to organise their applications and living arrangements).
Your employment rights in Australia
18 May 2011International students will be pleased to know that their employment rights are high on the Australian Government's list of priorities.
May News Updates
06 May 2011Read more about what's currently happening at some of Australia's education institutions.
International higher education partnerships
29 April 2011Chinese and Australian higher education students are sure to benefit as their governments continue to forge closer educational ties.
Study 'in' Australia by distance or online
15 April 2011Many students want to study in Australia to take advantage of its quality education system, although sometimes this is simply not an option for those who have jobs and family commitments overseas.
Making the most of your studies in Australia
31 March 2011When you are studying overseas it can be hard adjusting not only to a new university and study routine, but also to a new culture, city and lifestyle.
February News Updates
08 February 2011Read more about what's currently happening at some of Australia's education institutions.
International Student Survey
22 December 2010Statistics recently released from the National Survey of International Students Studying in Australia report indicate that international students are, on the whole, very satisfied with education in Australia.
11 April 2010Wherever you choose to study in Australia - whether in a big city or at a regional campus - safety is an issue for every student.
07 March 2010Studying in Australia provides the opportunity for a fantastic education in a new and exciting location, but the experience of studying abroad can also be very costly.
Student visas explained
27 February 2010Reputable sources like the Australian embassy or consulate in your country or the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Citizenship are great places to find information. Education providers and agents in your country will also help.
Working while studying in Australia
19 February 2010As an international student in Australia, it can sometimes be difficult to maintain basic living costs unless you also have a part-time job. Living in Australia can be expensive when you take into account costs such as accommodation, meals..