Australia is one of the top study destinations for international students due to the excellent educational opportunities offered by the world's leading academic institutions. The country offers quality educational institutions, excellent faculty, and student support services.

Australia's standard of living is among the highest in the world. Living costs and tuition fees in Australia are significantly lower than in the US and UK. While enrolled in school, international students can work part-time to supplement their living expenses. There is also the possibility of scholarships to reduce tuition fees for international students.

Australian institutions offer a wide range of courses and degrees, making it easy for international students to find the schools and subjects that suit them. When selecting a degree program, international students must first decide which institution to attend that best suits their needs and interests. Students can choose from college, vocational training, and English classes. Students can quickly move between qualification levels and institutions as needed. International students can work up to 20 hours per week while studying in Australia. This is an excellent opportunity for those who want to earn a living during their stay or for those who want to gain work experience in a field of interest while in school.

Beginning July 2023, international students in Australia will be able to work for a maximum of 48 hours per fortnight.

Also, in July, extended post-study work rights will be available to international students who graduate with certain degrees linked to labour skills shortages in the Australian economy.