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Australia is a beautiful country with world-class quality of living, one of the world best education system, safe, friendly communities from coast to coast for international students.
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Study in Australia Overview

Australia is one of the world's leading educational countries. According to the prestigious education ranking UNIVERSITAS21 in 2020, Australia has an education in the top 10 in the world and there are 37/41 universities in the ranking of the top 1% of universities in the world, 7 universities in the world. top 100 and nearly half of the remaining universities are in the global top 500 (according to the QS World University Ranking 2019 and Times Higher Education 2019). International students from all over the world come to beautiful Australia to experience a high-quality education. In addition, qualifications from Australian universities are recognized and very prestigious in the international arena.

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The school year in Australia

The academic year in Australia starts in late January/early February (for Primary & Secondary) and late February/early March (for Colleges and Universities). From mid to late February there is usually a pre-admission week for new students. The 1-year period of Primary and Secondary education usually consists of 3 or 4 semesters.

Colleges & Universities typically have 2 semesters and end with a final exam in June and November. There will be 2-4 weeks of break from semester to semester. Summer break will run from November or December until February. Many courses may start at the beginning of each semester.

Australian Education system

The Australian formal education system for international students includes the following forms:

• Elementary & Middle School

School attendance is compulsory in Australia for all children aged 6-15. Students complete High School (approximately 18 years of age) to enter college. Students will then be required to take tests and assessments during Year 11 and Year 12 to earn the High School Diploma.

Primary and secondary schools in Australia are part of the system of public, private, and religious institutions. Many of these schools have enough facilities to serve the learning and boarding activities for domestic and international students.

• English language training program

English courses are specifically designed for specific purposes, for example, English for Academic Purposes, English for Business, English for Computers. There are many English schools across Australia with a wide range of programs to help learners improve their language skills. Many Australian universities and vocational colleges also have centers for intensive English language courses for overseas students (ELICOS).

• University Foundation Program (transfer courses)

If you did not attend secondary school in Australia or a similar country, the Foundation Studies program (also known as pathway courses) will help you meet the entry requirements at all levels. Colleges, Advanced Colleges & Universities in Australia. Most courses like these are specifically designed to prepare students for the academic environment here.

• Vocational Colleges (VETs)

Students can study at a Vocational College in Australia after completing Year 10 or Year 12. Public Vocational Colleges (TAFE) or institutes offer Vocational College courses. Vocational college degrees are very popular here due to the high standard of training quality, especially compared to some other countries, giving learners skills and practical experience in the learning process. Many colleges also have affiliated programs with universities. Therefore, you can be exempted from one year of study when transferring to a bachelor's degree as well as guaranteed university entrance requirements if your college graduation score is satisfactory.

• Universities

Australia has 39 universities, including 37 public schools and 2 private schools. All of these schools offer undergraduate and graduate programs. For some majors/subjects, international students can apply for credit exemption or reduction for subjects that have met the required standards in Vietnam.

Types of training and vocational diplomas

Types of qualifications issued by educational and training institutions, including vocational certificates I-IV, Associate degrees, and Advanced diplomas (Certificate I-IV, Diploma, and Advanced Diploma)

• Vocational Graduate Certificate and Vocational Graduate Diploma

Some universities also offer graduate certificate courses. This course is concerned with self-development and acquisition of knowledge and skills in broad or specialized areas building on existing knowledge and skills.

The program is concerned with the breadth, depth, and complexity of technical and/or management functions, including the initiation, analysis, design, planning, implementation, and evaluation phases. , invariable and/or highly specialized areas.

Applications involve making critical, highly qualified, and independent judgments, covering the planning, design, operations, engineering, and management phases of expertise in these areas. variable and/or highly specialized. It may include taking responsibility for and taking on certain duties related to the structure, management, and performance of others and/or other functions. Higher diplomas train towards taking total responsibility for the work of others and other jobs such as planning, budgeting, and strategy.