Ideal Destination: Australia
Australia is the ideal destination for you if you wish to study in a university with world class facilities, and at the same time enjoy life at its best and discover wonders beyond your imagination.
With its multicultural, friendly and safe environment Australia is perfect for international students looking for wider exposure and a fantabulous future. Exceptionally dynamic, rich and harbouring a high quality of life, it also maintains the highest standard of education with the ESOS Act to offer protection to its international students. And that is why ambitious students from around the globe come here for that once in a lifetime experience.
Besides Australia has so much else to offer to its people – adventures, wildlife, scenic splendour and the vibrant and dynamic cosmopolitan life in its cities. It is a place full of sunshine and beauty and one cannot help but fall in love with it. Nature enthusiasts will find a haven of hidden treasures here with the specialities being wild animals like kangaroos and koalas and its 34,000 km of coastline holds its own unique marine life including whales, dolphins and so on.
Australian is renowned for gifted people
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Some of the best cities in Australia
Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and its location around Port Jackson Bay makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Sydney harbour and its surroundings need no special introduction. The view of Sydney opera house and Sydney Harbour Bridge from the water is spectacular.
Historic or modern, vintage or upmarket – all kinds of shops can be found at the city centre for the shop-a-holic.
The capital of Victoria, Melbourne is the second largest and second most liveable city in the world. Originally settled by graziers, Melbourne now boasts of a rich multicultural heritage and is a modern city known for its thriving fashion industry. Scenic parklands sets the back-drop to this city which has a number of Victorian era buildings to show off its proud heritage while also housing many galleries, cafes, restaurants, and bars in the brilliant architecture of the modern era.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is a favourite tourist destination with much scope for scuba diving, sailing and swimming in the pleasant winter months. It is situated along the Brisbane River and hence a river city which gives easy access to the surf beaches like Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast in the south.
Brisbane is active with a number of theatres as part of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre located in South Bank. The area itself is popular for walks by old and young alike with its parkland and beach. For those who like shopping, Queen Street Mall is just the place with its attractive shops.
The capital of Western Australia, Perth is the fourth largest city in Australia. Perth is a charming and quiet city removed from much of Australia. It is also known as the sunshine capital and its pleasant climate makes it a much loved spot for a number of outdoor activities. It has a spectacular coastline to boast of and further out is the Australian Outback for those who are looking to explore the Wild West.
Perth offers access to Ningaloo Reef, which is one of the most beautiful and pristine coral reefs in the world, and other key areas along the Pacific Rim.
Soak up Darwin’s balmy weather and the melting pot of food and cultures in the city’s many outdoor festivals and markets. Then explore the region’s dramatic history – from World War II air raids to Cyclone Tracey – in the museums and galleries. Sail Darwin harbour at sunset, cruise next to crocodiles and bushwalk through monsoon forest. Swim in the crystal-clear waterholes of Litchfield National Park and visit the colourful communities of the Tiwi Islands. This vibrant, tropical capital has a youthful energy you’ll find hard to resist.
Adelaide is a small provincial city and is the capital of South Australia. Its famous for its quality wines and excellent cuisine. Overlooking the Torrens River; beaches (Glenelg, Henley, Semaphore), parklands( Adelaide hills) and mountain ranges (Flinders Range) surround Adelaide. It is a calm city with a small population but it offers the same culture and sophistication of a bigger city with its shops, cultural and food festivals, heritage buildings and scenic parklands. Gouger, Rundle, Hutt, O’Connell, Melbourne and Leigh Streets and King William Road are places you would like to look for if you wish to indulge in some gourmet food.