Universities and Higher Education in Australia

Australian institutions offer a wide variety of courses, ranging from science to business and management, humanities to engineering, and law to health sciences. Australian institutions rank among the best in the world for disciplines, especially engineering and technology, medicine, environmental sciences, accounting and finance.

There are three main types of higher education through which bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees are obtained in Australia it is common for students to enroll in a double or combined bachelor’s degree program and thus be able to obtain two bachelor’s degrees this occurs more frequently in the areas of art, trade, law and science.
Besides there are 43 universities in Australia, 40 Australian universities, two international universities and a specialized private university, there are also many institutions that offer higher education courses.

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Education Quality and Standards Office (TEQSA) was created by the Australian government to regulate and ensure the quality of education for university and non-university students. In addition, students are protected by the law on educational services for foreign students (ESOS).

  • Well-being of all your international students.
  • Quality of students’ educational experience.
  • The provision of updated and accurate information.
  • Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) make it possible to compare higher education institutions and study areas based on the results of thousands of organized surveys. Users will be able to compare how satisfied current students and recent graduates are.

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