LIVING IN AUSTRALIA
Australia lives up to its stereotype – Sun, fun, beaches, and friendly people everywhere. But it is so much more than that. With a rich history dating back 60,000 years, Australia offers a diverse mix of cultures from all over the world.
Australia is the perfect country for those who love to enjoy life but at the same time, want to live in an efficient and cutting-edge country. Known for its easy-going lifestyle, Australian’s find the perfect balance between efficient productive work-lives and fun-filled social lives with a strong focus on well-being!
The main cities offer all kinds of services, work, and leisure activities in a relaxed and spacious environment (population density is more than sustainable, even in the cities). The whole country has only 26 million people but is geographically as big as the whole of Europe. What’s more, towns and cities are often surrounded by the impressive beauty of Australian nature: beautiful beaches, an ocean within reach, and boundless spaces and landscapes that look like they’re from another world!
Australia is a country where people from all over the world can experience living in a modern nation. It is a nation where people from all over the world come together in a creative, energetic, and forward-thinking setting.
READY TO LEAVE?
A HEALTHY COUNTRY
With 26 consecutive years of uninterrupted growth, the Australian economy is one of the real economic successes of the last 50 years. The vast majority of the population is comprised of the middle class. There are many job opportunities within everyone’s reach, thanks to a varied and rewarding work culture.
In this context, ample space is also given to foreign workers; so much so that 1 out of 3 were not born in Australia. The rate of unemployment is very low. In some cities, as far as young people and international students are concerned, it is even zero, precisely because temporary jobs are never lacking.
“NO WORRIES MATE”- THE AUSTRALIAN WAY OF LIFE
Australia is the fourth happiest country on the planet, making its lifestyle one of the most known and envied in terms of carefree living. No hectic pace from a big metropolis and a perfect balance between work, family, and leisure time. This balance makes it possible to spend a majority of time engaging in outdoor activities rather than on work or deadlines. Whether it’s a barbecue in the sun or a surf in the ocean, Australian culture will surely entertain you and leave you with a smile.
Unfortunately, this Aussie lifestyle also has a huge side effect; it’s addictive! Often, those who have had a taste of the Down Under mentality struggle to separate from it once they return home.
A MULTICULTURAL SOUL
Australia is, by nature, deeply multicultural. The continent has, in fact, been populated thanks to immigration over the last two centuries. Foreigners to Australia come from all over the world: one in four people have no Australian origins.
This means that, as a foreigner in Australia, you will never feel alienated from its society because diversity is considered a strength. The advantage is obvious – if you are good and have the right attitude, have a positive personality, and speak English well (you don’t need to have perfect knowledge), you should be able to find excellent job opportunities.
ENGLISH & EDUCATION: A FANTASTIC COMBINATION
The world-class education industry, combined with a fantastic climate, dream beaches and a world-famous lifestyle, make Australia the third most sought-after destination for international students.
Home to many prestigious universities, seven of which are cited among the top 100 on the planet, Australia offers top rated study and training. Whether it is an English language, professional or university course, Australia has a course that will meet your needs and expectations.
If English isn’t your native language and you didn’t participate in an English Language course, the opportunity in this English-speaking country would be wasted.
It is not surprising that the education sector is one of the five sectors seeing the greatest growth. This is thanks to the great attention paid to it by the Australian Government and the facilities for foreign students, such as scholarships and grants.