10 good reasons to study in Australia
" The world is a book, and those who don't travel read only one page . " As cliche as it may sound, studying abroad helps you become a n experienced, independent, innovative and qualified person ; isn't that what we are looking for? It is truly easier said than done. Coming from a person who studied abroad , I can assure you it's not an easy decision yet it's totally worth it. Traveling abroad changes your life, you can see the idea of traveling as "knowledge" and to balance the equation the more you travel the more you become knowledgeable, in other words , " Travel is like knowledge . The more you see the more you know you haven't seen . "Studying abroad might be a standout amongst the most helpful encounters for an understudy. By studying abroad, students have the chance to experience, discover, explore the real world. Tina Panossian once quoted " Give yourself a chance to discover who you really are" and I believe there is no better way than traveling and studying abroad.
The question that recurs when mentioning the fact of studying abroad is : Why you should study abroad? and let me minimize the countries to Australia. As I mentioned previously I took the opportunity and studied abroad in Australia back in 2016. Was it easy ? No .. was it worth it? TOTALLY. Ever wondered about the world outside your country? your house ? your comfortzone? Well Australia is fast becoming a favored haven in terms of education among International students. Presently, " the territory of kangaroos" fascinates the third largest number of international students in the English-speaking world after both US and Uk. Moreover, as for some students Australia is the first decision of their study goal and I was one of them.

Why A ustralia?

Charles M. Schulz stated once "Don't worry about the world ending today, it's already tomorrow in Australia. " Australia is a dynamic, lively nation with vigorous, outgoing, and friendly individuals. Australia provides an educational experience that has a genuine effect. It gives an exceptional kind of preparing and a learning style that urges one to be creative, imaginative, innovative and think independently. Graduated class from Australia are particularly productive in finding jobs and hold unmistakable positions far and wide. Moreover, they are speedily recognized for postgraduate examination at driving overall universities. As an undergrad never have I thought of beginning my postgraduates once I was done, yet credits goes to Australia for making me more passionate for my studies.
Before considering traveling to Australia you need to know the following facts:
8 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian
3 rd most popular international student destination
5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia
M ore than 200 million annual government investment in international scholarships
2,500,000 international alumni are making a huge difference in the world
9 in the world for university ranking
O ver 1 billion people around the world rely on Australian discov eries and innovations everyday

Think of it as gaining a sort of cultural capital. The fact that you've studied abroad will answer many people's questions about what type of person you are, even before they have to ask.
You want culture? Perhaps one of the best ways to experience culture is to live it, which is exactly what you'll be doing as a study abroad student. Aside from gaining an understanding for cultures other than your own, you will also gain intangible skills (another great selling point for Mom and Dad). Independence, time management, organization, social skills and self-confidence, just to name a few, will all develop exponentially while you're abroad.
There will be a moment while abroad when you'll realize that you've made the right decision: Treasure that moment. Mine was on a beach in Spain during a one-week vacation in November. There I was, shirt and shoes off, staring into the 75 degree Mediterranean Sea thinking about how all my friends were in class, possibly bored out of their minds and probably freezing in the cold New England weather.
That moment will come