Study / Education
In South Australia everyone has access to world-class education. There are excellent public and private schools, three acclaimed universities and now Australia's first international university, Carnegie Mellon. Adelaide is most certainly Australia's 'education city'.
When working in the hospitality, construction and mining industries, it is often necessary to undertake a number of courses to meet legislation. South Australia offers a wide range of accredited training and educational courses which will give you the right qualifications needed for your vocation.
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Whatever your motive - career development, further study or personal interest, English is a valuable asset. There are a number of institutions within the city where students can learn English. There are a wide range of flexible courses for students of all ages to choose from.
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Universities and Study
Adelaide offers a great learning environment based on the quality of its education, value for money and a relaxed lifestyle. It is also much easier for international students to become skilled migrants here than in any other major Australian city, so itís not surprising that South Australia attracts over 20,000 international students a year - making Adelaide Australiaís fastest growing city for overseas students.
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South Australian Schooling
South Australia boasts a number of independent, privateley owned schools, which offer outstanding, high quality and affordable education. Preschool, primary and secondary levels are all catered for in the private school network. South Australia's independent private religious and non-denominational schools charge a tuition fee that is significantly less that those charged in most other Australian states.
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