If you are planning to go to Australia for your education, I am sure you could not stop thinking about your student life in Australia and how much would be there to learn and explore. Many students travel to Australia from different parts of the world to start their careers or their higher education. It is the best destination to get the best education. Not only because Australia has the third largest number of international students after the USA and the UK but also because it has so much to offer. Student life in Australia is unique. Culture, environment, weather, people and life would totally depend on the university you go to or the city you decide to live in.
Studying abroad can be one of the best experiences of your life; living in a different country with different people can be exciting yet challenging. When you come to this country, the excitement is at the peak. Everything is happening for the first time, that first friend you make, the first house you live in or the first job you get. Most students prepare for time overseas but some like to go with the flow; however, at some point in time, they desperately need a helping hand to guide them through each small detail. Well, this is going to be a great help for students who have already prepared and also for those who are still planning.
Read on to know about the life of international students in Australia.
Food and Cuisine:
So first thing first, let us talk about the food in Australia because whenever you planned to travel any other country the food is of greater concern, but let me tell that in Australia there are hundreds of restaurant serving foods from a different country of the world. So yes, you will find the food you like. Most people when thinking of Australia they imagine outdoor barbecues full of shrimps and sausages, but there are far more to Australian cuisine then a few slabs of meat. Moreover, people from all over the world can easily find food of their choice anywhere in Australia.
Accommodation is one of the major concerns as well, there are many options for students to live while the complete there degree in Australia. Most students live off campus in private rental accommodation, although on-campus accommodation is the best option if you are not worried about paying a bit extra. And to know cheaper and safer option check our complete new blog on (accommodation options for students in Australia)
Climate and weather:
Now let’s come to the weather, the weather in this country is unpredictable like if you are living in Sydney or Melbourne the weather is mostly cold but if you are living in other parts of the country generally you will find it warmer. The climate in Australia varies widely depending on the area; As Australia consists of a different environment from beaches to deserts to coral reefs to grazing lands.
Work and Study in Australia:
If you worrying about getting a job there, and how would you settle so stop worrying because it is not that hard. Australia is a place full of opportunities and the best part is while studying in Australia your student visa allows you to work for 20hrs per weak. In addition, if you want to know about how to get a job in Australia as an international student, we have a completely new blog on (how to find a part-time job in Australia)
Explore and learn:
Australia is full of surprises; the best way to explore Australia is on the road. The road trips in Australia are amazing and beautiful so if you have a long weekend, just take a car and go in any direction, and I am sure you will end up somewhere unexplored and beautiful. Also, there are so many different activities that can literally wipe off all your exam stress, Australia has over 10,000 beaches in all over Australia, and it can take more than 27 years to visit a new beach every day. Apart from beaches, many other activities, games, galleries, and festivals are happening all across the year in this country. As this country is extremely diverse and they celebrate all kinds of festivals here.
Few amazing facts and tips for students willing to study in Australia and are keen to know about the lifestyle of an international student in Australia. If you want to know more about, Australia and different university options in Australia please check Edvise hub’s blog section. Also for queries, feel free to contact at firstname.lastname@example.org