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STUDYING IN AUSTRALIA
Information about studying in Australia
Australia is an increasingly popular destination for international students and researchers. All Australian states and territories offer quality education at all levels (school, vocational education and training, higher education, English and short courses).
Through the Study in Australia website the Australian Government provides information for international students about studying in Australia, Australian education institutions and courses. Prospective students should ensure they enrol in registered courses with registered institutions. Approved courses and institutions are listed on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). You can search for a course or institution on the CRICOS register page .
Enquiries about Australian courses, eligibility requirements and the progress of applications should be directed to individual institutions.
Further information about Australia’s education system and accreditation of foreign qualifications is available from :
• Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
• Australian Education International (AEI)
• Australian Qualifications Framework
About Australian Education International (AEI)
Australian Education International (AEI) is the arm of the Australian Government's Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. AEI works with governments and education institutions to maximise the intellectual, cultural, economic and social benefits of international education.
AEI supports international students through leadership and policy development in consumer protection, quality assurance and improving the international student experience.
AEI conducts research into international education trends, including international student statistics.
The Australian Government provides a range of scholarships and fellowships for study, research and professional development in Australia, including Australia Awards Scholarships and Endeavour Awards.
The Australia Awards Scholarships is an initiative of the Australian Government to promote sustainable development and excellence in education in the Asia-Pacific region. Over five years the number of education awards offered for students from the Asia-Pacific region will double to 19,000.
Australia Awards Scholarships for 2014 Intake is open for applicants from 1 Feb – 30 Apr 2013. Please visit this link for details information and how to apply.
Endeavour Awards Information
The Endeavour Awards are the Australian Government’s internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program enabling citizens of the Asia Pacific region to undertake study, research or professional development in Australia.
Australian Alumni Association of Cambodia
All Cambodians who have studied in Australia are welcome to join the Australian Alumni Association of Cambodia (AAAC) to make the most of their experience, both socially and professionally.
Choosing an Education Agent
If you have decided to study in Australia, but need help with the application process, you may consider using an education agent. It is not compulsory to use an education agent. An education agent should be able to:
• provide you with accurate up-to-date information on the Australian education
system; education and training providers in Australia and living in Australia
(eg. the cost of living, accommodation options, transport, health, etc.)
• help you complete enrolment forms
If you decide to use an education agent, it is important that you select an education agent here .
Get comprehensive information on student visas , including English requirements
Guide to Studying and Living in Australia
The Guide to Studying and Living in Australia has been developed by the Australian Government to provide practical pre-departure information for students going to Australia.
Improve your English in a fun and interesting way
You don't have to leave home to learn the Australian way. This international television service Australia Network has Learning English programs for a range of levels:
• English Bites
• The Business of English
• Study English
• Living English
Radio Australia broadcasts in English and Khmer . It also has a series of free English lessons to download, including English for further study, business and tourism and hospitality.