Australia’s capital is Canberra and its area is 7,692,024 sq kms. English is its official language.
Official currency is Australian Dollar.GDP per Capita is a$65,305.
There are 1,100 Universities and institutes in Australia offering over 22,000 courses. Education wise it is above Japan, the Netherlands, and Germany.
Australia homes to five best cities for student friendly out of thirty in the world. These are based on criteria like quality of life, affordability, student mix, and strong academic credentials. In fact, they consider all the important elements while choosing the destinations.
At least one Australian University tops the world in every study area whether it is Physics, Pharmacy & Medicine, Life & Agricultural Sciences, or Mathematics & Natural Sciences.
It is said to be a 2.5 million international students, who have studied in Australia and make a difference.
With this pedigree, now more than 2.5 million international students including world’s finest minds are ready to study in Australia to bring the change in their lives.
Coming to the facts and figures, so far Australia has produced 15 Nobel Prize laureates.
Australia has world’s famous discoveries and innovations including cervical cancer vaccine, the Bionic Ear, Wi-Fi, Ultrasound, IVF, and penicillin that had made their lives and others lives better.
Today Australia is as stable as any other nation in the world. There are 500 national parks and 2700 conservative areas in Australia. More than any other country, it has seventeen UNESCO world heritage sites.