International Students in Australia

international students in Australia

Brisbane is popular study destination for students around the world. Brisbane also remains an east coast study destination of choice due to its proximity to Asia, with carriers from Singapore airlines to Air Asia departing Brisbane with high regularity.

Brisbane is a multicultural hub of creativity and innovation that provides students with access to forward-thinking education providers and world-class research facilities. By choosing to study in this wonderful city, you have made a decision that will offer you a lifetime of memories. Vibrant atmosphere of Brisbane will give you a taste of the events and festivities on offer in our friendly city.

Brisbane offers pathway to future careers. Encouraging ongoing work opportunity with educational institutions and potential employers give you, the leaders of tomorrow, a chance to play a significant role in shaping our city’s future.

There are close to 240, 000 International students in Brisbane alone. Throughout Brisbane there are various services that these students have access to during their stay.

  • BISS (Brisbane International Students Services) – BISS specialises in homestay placements for International students. They are committed to offering the highest quality service to students choosing Brisbane or Gold Coast as their place of study. They deal with all issues regarding students, host families, and education providers.
  • Link Australia – Link provides personal accommodation assistance as well as other services to International Students living in Brisbane. They provides regular verities social network program to their members. This includes Free BBQ parties, Free social parties, Job Seminars, Migration information sessions and Course information sessions.
  • Individual education institutions – Each University provides a number of support initiatives through their individual student services. This includes – Language and academic support, designated international student advisers, on-arrival reception and orientation programs, childcare, health and counselling, student accommodation, employment services, prayer and worship rooms, banking, shopping and food outlets, clubs, societies and fitness facilities.