Australia represents people from all over the world, different cultures, linguistic, ethnic and religious backgrounds. Australia’s immigration policy does not discriminate on culture, racial and religious grounds. In addition, more than 300 languages are spoken in Australian homes, being the most common Mandarin, Arabic, Italian, Greek, and Cantonese.
Australia has one of the strongest, diverse, and most stable economy worldwide, which allows residents to have a high quality of life.
Cover Health for international students
The health system of Australia is in the top rank of the World Health Organization’s best performing group of countries for healthy life expectancy and health expenditure per person. The Australian public health system, Medicare, provides free public hospital care and subsidies for primary care.
As an international student, you need to has an Overseas Students Health Cover (OSHC), which will assist you to meet the cost of hospital and medical care while you are in Australia. You can find more information coming soon to our website.
Getting around Australia
If you want to get around all Australia, we advise you to find information about the type of transportation you may use in the country. Depending on your personal needs you might be using private or public transport. Many people decide to get around by tram or train due to the traffic during the rush hours.
The costs of public transport will vary depending on the state you live. Also, if you are an international student you might be able to apply for student concession and receive some transport discount
Australian community and background
Australia is a multicultural country. There are a lot of people from different background who come to Australia looking for better opportunities and quality of life. Most of the immigrants in Australia are from Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
In addition, Australia has a large variety of animals. Around 10% of the world’s biodiversity is in Australia, and it is one of the 17 megadiverse countries with almost 70% of the world’s species, such as koalas, kangaroos, wombats, and more.