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Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Study in Australia

Australia refers to both the continent of Australia and to the Commonwealth of Australia, the sovereign country. Australia, the world’s smallest continent, is in the southern hemisphere and borders both the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.

Education System

Studying in Australia may be different to what most students find at home, Australian education providers focus alot not only on class room work but alot on practical work as well as work experience.This helps to make sure students have the most education and experience possible before entering their chosen work force.The difference between a lecture and a tutorial which are the two usual forms of class room learning in Australia, is that a lecture is run by a lecturer here students need to focus on what the lecturer is saying and take notes class sizes are generally larger consisting of around 200 students. Tutorials are smaller each class having around 30 students.

Assessment, Consumer Protection, Course Information, And Student Support Services Final assessments are determined on how the student performed during the year. Grades come from attendance, assignments, class work and exams. Depending on the course that the student is taking there may be different methods of grading. Final grades are given out each semester, if a student does not pass a unit this gives them the opportunity to repeat the same unit in the following semester.The Education for Overseas Students organisation provides legislation to ensure international students are protected and that all courses being offered and undertaken are quality, accredited courses that are being offered to local students as well. All courses are meet national standards. If a student and the EOS finds a course or provider to be dropping its standards or to have given misleading details the student will be refunded in full and a more appropriate course will be offered with another institute.Before being sent a Confirmation of Enrollment letter make sure the student is aware of all course details including course content and duration, qualification, teaching and assessment details, English language skills needed, any pre requisites which may be required, course requirements, fees, facilities and details of all student services.

All educational providers offer student support services, these services help students through their courses. Many institutes have international student counsellors who help to ensure the student is settled and does not need any extra help. Student services work towards making courses and institutes better for the students, they do this by organising orientation days, helping with academic advise, further study options and helping organise accommodation for international students.


If a student has any difficulties or issues with a course or a provider it is best to first talk to the institute about this. If still an issue has not been resolved then the student will need to contact the Education for Overseas Students framework.International Student Advisors are involved with all International Offices. They organise orientation programs which help to get students settled in a new country. This helps students form a sense of familiarity with their new surroundings in Australia. They can also help inform students or advise them on anything they need to know in the way of Australias culture or its people.

All institutes offer specialist services for students with disabilities, this ensures disabled students have all the same prospects and opportunities as all other students attending the institute. It is a must to inform a course provider of specific details to do with a disability and how it will effect course work, this will help to make sure needs can be met as soon as the student arrives.

Responsibilities In WorkPlace

The main responsibility for student visa holders is to make sure they do not work more then 20 hours a week, they must make sure their employer understands this as there are penalties for working more then the aloud amount.