The Australian university system comprises both public and private universities. There are 40 public and 3 private universities. The ACARA sets the curriculum in such a way that the students can draw on their natural talent and expertise. Education plays a critical role in shaping the future of the country and contributing to a democratic, equitable and just society that is prosperous, cohesive and culturally diverse.
The Australian Curriculum contributes to the provision of a world-class education in Australia by setting out the knowledge, understanding and skills needed for life and work in the 21st century and by setting high standards of achievement. The Australian Curriculum aims to provide a clear, shared understanding of what young people should be taught and the quality of learning expected of them, regardless of their circumstances, the type of college that they attend or the degree they pursue.
Australian universities offer a range of scholarships and financial aid programs to support international students in pursuing their studies. Additionally, the Australian government also offers post-study work visas to international graduates, allowing them to gain valuable work experience in their field of study and potentially leading to permanent residency.