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A Guide to Living in Perth

Perth is Australia’s sunniest capital, with stunning, sandy beaches and a huge number of city parks, it’s an excellent destination for those who love the outdoors. Perth is one of the world’s most liveable cities, for many good reasons. The…

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Visa requirements for Australia

You like to have control of your visa application. We can guide you. Study2World can explain the visa process for you to make it a little easier. Study2World counsellors have been through the process many times before with students like…

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Health and Safety in Australia

Generally, Australia is a safe country to live and study, however, it’s important to always be attentive and take care of yourself to reduce risks. Now that you are adjusting to a new way of life, everything will be a…

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Education system in Australia

Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,100 institutions and 22,000 courses to choose from. Australia’s educational institutions rank well in terms of student satisfaction, employability, quality of life and sense of student…

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A Guide to Living in Brisbane

Brisbane is Australia’s New World City. It’s a multicultural hub of creativity and innovation welcoming students with forward-thinking education and world-class research facilities. With stunning historical landmarks, diverse shopping arcades, bars and a thriving art and music scene, Brisbane is…

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A Guide to Living in Hobart

Hobart, Tasmania’s capital city, consistently surprises tourists and locals alike. It’s Australia’s southernmost capital and offers world-class study and research opportunities, amazing art and top-quality regional food and drinks. Hobart combines big city benefits with a small city flair. It’s…

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A Guide to Living in Canberra

With high quality institutions, amazing libraries and numerous museums, Australia’s capital makes an excellent choice as your study city. Add some hip cafes, exciting clubs and diverse shopping to the mix and you’ve found yourself the perfect place to live.…

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A Guide to Living in Sydney

Sydney is Australia’s first city, both as the landing spot of the First Fleet (1788) and the first incorporated City Council (1842). This history is deeply reflected in Sydney’s strikingly iconic landmarks - the world-famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney…

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A Guide to Living in Melbourne

There's so much to enjoy in Melbourne, from wandering around the latest exhibitions and art galleries and strolling through its parks and gardens to getting lost in its famous streets and hidden laneways. Melbourne has an exciting range of events…

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A Guide to Living in Adelaide

Adelaide, with its parklands and green gardens, is not only attractive, it is also extremely easy to get around in. The city is one of the few places in Australia that was planned before it was built and the simple…

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