Universidades en Australia

 

Currently Australia is positioned as one of the world’s most preferred study abroad destinations. Australia’s education system, safety and health—both of its people and its natural environment—among many other factors, make Australia an exceptional country. Every year, Australia is visited by hundreds of students from diverse locations around the world. There are many reasons why prospective and current international students feel captivated by and motivated to travel to, explore and grow in this country.
Below, find lists of all the institutions in Australia. Do not forget to ask which institutions we work with!
 

SYDNEY


Experts are unanimous in rating Sydney as a beautiful and modern city. It also boasts the buzz and sophistication of any major world commercial hub, being Australia’s thriving financial capital, home to many local and multinational companies. Each year, Sydney is the meeting place of hundreds of thousands of international students and visitors who marvel at the beauty of its beaches and harbour, the captivating and iconic Sydney Opera House, and the world famous Harbour Bridge. And, who can forget Sydney’s world famous NYE fireworks display, one of the first places on earth to usher in the new year? Sydney is one of the oldest cities in Australia, with its largest population and the fastest growing international student population.

UNIVERSITIES

Australian Catholic University
Charles Sturt University
Macquarie University
Southern Cross Universitys
The University of Newcastle
University of New England
• The University of New South Wales
The University of Notre Dame Australia
The University of Sydney
University of Technology
University of Western Sydney
The University of Wollongong

ENGLISH SCHOOLS

Acess
Ability English 
• Australian pacific collage
Allabout
• ELS Educational Services
Greenwich English College
ILSC Education Group
Ilcs sydney
Kaplan
Navitas english 
Pacific collage 
Sydney College Of English
Sea english 
Sea English Academy
Sydney TAFE 

MELBOURNE

Melbourne is a classic, Bohemian, cosmopolitan city. International students have fun lounging in hundreds of parks and public gardens, and discovering its hundreds of trendy hidden bars and cafes. Melbourne’s mixture of modernism with classical architecture makes the cityscape a romantic setting brimming with character, a unique backdrop to the lives of international students, visitors and inhabitants alike. Melbourne is the sportiest city in Australia, a nation passionate about sport, where hundreds of fans revel in a mind-boggling array of outdoor activities. Melbourne has the liveliest nightlife of Australia with Australia’s biggest nightclubs, and it is teeming with restaurants offering authentic flavours from around the world as well as exemplary selections of all the latest gastronomic trends.

 
UNIVERSITIES

Australian Catholic University
La Trobe University
The University of Melbourne
The University of Deakin
The University of Monash
The University of Victoria
University of Ballarat
The University Swinburne
• RMIT University
Central Queensland_University 
 

ENGLISH SCHOOLS 

Aapoly (ami)
Acu lenguage centre 
Bayside english college
Baxter institute 
Cambridge college 
Discover english 
Einsten college 
Embassy 
Fusion english 
Hawthorn english 
Holmes
Impact english 
Inus
Kaplan
La trobe english lenguage center (navitas) 
Lonsdale institute 
Lyceum english 
Navitas english  
Menzis institute f technology
Ozford 
Preformance education 
Mit
Nmit
Uit
Wit  

 TAFES

Box Hill
Chisholm 
Holmesglen
Kangan Institute
Melbourne Polytechnic
William Angliss Institute

BRISBANE


Brisbane is Australia’s third most populous city, and the capital of the sunny state of Queensland. Brisbane is a warm city, both for its people and for its tropical climate. Queensland is a large state, with the tropic of Capricorn passing through it. This tropical state is home to some of the best beaches and most pristine tropical islands in the world, as well as a remarkable variety of flora and fauna, including several unique species found nowhere else on earth. This closeness to nature is palpable in Brisbane, where universities boasting some of the nation’s most beautiful grounds are located—students never cease to enjoy the tranquillity of relaxing in some of these famed lush campuses. Being a slightly smaller city than Sydney and Melbourne, Brisbane is also a more economical choice for international students, both in terms of tuition fees and housing.

UNIVERSITIES

Australian Catholic University
Bond University
Griffith University
Central Queensland University
James Cook University
Queensland University of Technology 
The University of Southern Queensland
The University of Sunshine Coastf

ENGLISH SCHOOLS

Australian pacific college
Embassy
Elicos schools
Hetc
Ihbrisbane
Ilsc
Kaplan
Lexis english
Langports
Navitas english
Osi
Pacific college
Qat 
Viva college 

PERTH

Perth is the capital of Western Australia. It is the fourth most populous city in Australia, and stands out for its natural beauty and tranquil lifestyle where the genuine friendliness of its inhabitants make this city the ideal place to live, relax or study. Perth has a Mediterranean climate with pleasant temperatures throughout the year. Its economy is based on mining, with the most important mining companies in Australia located there. Perth is an active port for the export of gold, nickel, iron and aluminium.
 

 UNIVERSITIES

Edith Cowan University
The University of Western Australia
La The University of Notre Dame Australia
Murdoch University  
• Curtin Iniversity 

ENGLISH SCHOOLS

Kinston
Kaplan  
MilnerI
Navitas english
Phoenixela
Pice
Sterling
WcgG

OTHER CITIES IN AUSTRALIA: ADELAIDE, HOBART, DARWIN 
 

UNIVERSITIES IN ADELAIDE

The University of Adelaide
University of South Australia

UNIVERSITIES IN TASMANIA

University of Tasmania 

UNIVERSITIES IN DARWIN

Charles Darwin University

 

NEW ZEALAND


If you have an adventurous spirit and are looking for a unique experience in a natural environment, New Zealand is the ideal place to study English. Programs of study include cultural activities and excursions so that you can make the most of your time, visiting world-famous landscapes (filming locations for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings). Aside from its stunning landscape, which ranges from mountains with glaciers, to thunderous rivers, to deep clear lakes, hissing geysers, boiling mud, forests, deserts and horizon-spanning beaches, New Zealand also has a unique wildlife, and incredible opportunities for adventure sports. Ultimately, New Zealand is the dream destination for nature lovers and anyone who thrives on the adrenaline of extreme sports. But, best of all are the friendly locals.
This lesser known country, New Zealand, comprises two islands—the North Island and the South Island—separated by the 70 km wide Cook Strait. The country was colonized by British from 1840. The capital city is Wellington located in the North Island, and the currency is the New Zealand dollar (NZ $). New Zealand’s official languages are English and Maori.


UNIVERSITIES
 
Aukland The University
Lincoln The University  
The University of Massey (Wellington / Palmerston North) 
The University Victoria de Wellington
The University of Canterbury
The University of Otago
The University of Waikato  
Aukland university technology 
 

ENGLISH SCHOOLS

Ccel
Eescuela de idiomas nueva Zelanda
LSI - Language Studies International
Nuenva Zelanda centros
Unique nueva Zelanda 
Waikato Institute of Education