Ranked 10th in Australia and 174th in the world, according to the U.S. News and World Report rankings, Curtin University in Perth also has campuses in Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius and Dubai. Students of Curtin University become part of an extensive academic network that provides internationally recognized degrees that prepare them for the competitive global market.
No. of students: 13,000 (foreign) / 1,900 (Chinese)
Top programs: Commerce and Engineering
Contact person: Lily Xu, Regional Recruitment Manager
Phone: +86 1 39 1850 8366 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / URL: www.curtinuni.cn
The University of Tasmania has developed a stimulating academic environment and campus life that allows all its students to excel in their chosen courses in one of the world’s most beautiful locations. Maintaining a distinctive Tasmanian identity, it offers an internationalized curriculum, a wide range of degrees, various student exchanges, and diverse learning experiences that will shape future global leaders.
No. of students: 7,920 (foreign) / 2,735 (Chinese)
Top programs: Marine and Antarctic Science, Maritime Engineering, Earth and
Marine Sciences, Environmental Studies, Medicine, Law, Agriculture
Contact person: Ms. Candy Han
The New South Wales (NSW) Government set up Study NSW as a dedicated unit to support and grow the number of international students in Sydney and the Australian State of NSW. Study NSW’s priority is enhancing international students’ experience and promoting NSW’s leadership in international education launching global careers.
No. of students: 287,362 (foreign) / 82,111 (Chinese)
Top programs: English Language Courses, Business Management, Engineering and Related Technologies
Contact person: Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade
E-mail: email@example.com / URL: www.study.sydney
Start Here. Go Anywhere. With international students from more than 160 countries, Queensland is becoming a melting pot of culture and talent. The Australian state hosts more than 200 globally recognized schools and educational institutions spread across 11 cities and towns, making it the perfect platform to launch a successful career.
No. of students: 72,000 (foreign) / 24,000 (Chinese)
Top Programs: Engineering, Biomedicine, Physics,
Environmental Science, Robotics
St Margaret’s is an independent day and boarding school. A leader in girls’ education, it has a proud boarding history with 185 boarders living on campus. Named Australia’s Boarding School of the Year in 2019 and 2020, St Margaret’s offers global opportunities and programs and is known for its focus on academic excellence.
No. of students: 51 (foreign) / 34 (Chinese)
Top programs: Global Exchange Program, STEM focus, Mandarin and French, Extensive extracurricular programs across the Arts, Sport and Music, a range of pathways to tertiary study and other career paths.
Contact person: Ms Angelin Achari