Studying in Tasmania
Studying in Tasmania offers a unique educational experience with welcoming communities, picturesque landscapes, and high-quality institutions. Small class sizes and a focus on personalized attention provide students resources to succeed, and state-of-the-art facilities and innovation empower them to make their dreams a reality.
Here are some key points to consider:
World class facilities, teachers and education
By choosing Tasmania, you will be offered an exceptional range of study options at world-class educational institutions.
Tasmanian education has a long history of excellence and high-quality teaching across all levels of study – including university, secondary education, vocational training, and English language programs. These also come with foundation programs, pathway programs and scholarship opportunities.
What better way to learn and practice English than to immerse yourself in an English environment? Tasmania is perfect for this, as our welcoming communities will ensure you don’t feel nervous when it comes to practicing.
Not only will our English language courses give you knowledge, but you will also have the opportunity to quickly advance your language skills by using what you have learned in class, outside in everyday life. Daily activities like going to the shops, talking in classes, engaging at your social or sports clubs will give you plenty of opportunities to practice your skills.
Post study opportunities
Tasmania offers career opportunities in many different areas including engineering, IT, construction, hospitality, healthcare, agriculture, teaching and several other areas.
Many Tasmanian companies also offer graduate programs for international students.
Beautiful landscapes outside your doorstep:
Almost half of Tasmania is covered in national parks and reserves, giving you an incredible environment to explore and unwind from study. As a tourist destination, students can access and enjoy some of this beautiful environment.
- Enjoy some of the freshest air and the cleanest water in the world.
- Tasmania has the lowest city pollution, and is 100 per cent self-sufficient in renewable energy.
- Choose from more than 1000 mountain peaks or hundreds of kilometres of white sandy beaches.
- Whether you live in the city, country, or coast, you will never be far from the wilderness or the water.
Tasmania is an island off the south of Australia, just an hour’s flight from Melbourne and two hours from Sydney. There is easy access by sea or by air with airlines flying daily into our major cities and a ferry offering daily crossings from Melbourne.