Study in Australia

Geography

The geography of Australia encompasses a wide variety of biogeographic regions being the world s smallest continent but the sixth-largest country in the world. The population of Australia is concentrated along the eastern and southeastern coasts. The geography of the country is extremely diverse, ranging from the snow capped mountains of the Australian Alps and Tasmania to large deserts, tropical and temperate forests. Neighbouring countries include Indonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the north, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and the French dependency of New Caledonia to the east, and New Zealand to the south-east.


Atmosphere

Australia is a fresh, vibrant and above all friendly country of more than 20 million people. It is a country with a colourful history, a brilliant future and a delightful present ! It is also a land of enormous cultural and geographical diversity, of wide-open spaces and bustling, sophisticated cities that are considered to be among the most livable in the world.
Australians enjoy an enviable lifestyle. The mild, subtropical climate throughout much of the country is ideal for the broadest possible choice of outdoor recreation throughout the year.
For at least 50,000 years, Australias Aboriginal people have maintained the worlds oldest living culture - a very special heritage that adds a unique depth and richness to Australian life. Australia is the worlds most cosmopolitan country with people from every continent and over two hundred nations. 


Geographic Landmarks

Australia has a very dramatic landscape. Australia is famous for its "outback," the remote lands of the interior. The desert outback covers most of the interior. It is too hot, dry and barren to support many people. 
Australia also has some mountainous areas and plateaus scattered throughout the country. The Blue Mountains, on the south-eastern end of Australia, get their name from the blue haze caused by oil droplets given off from the eucalyptus trees. As an island, Australia also has many beautiful coastal beaches. 
Over 70% of Australians now live in cities or towns. Most of this population lives in the eastern and southern coasts, and around Perth in the west.
Australia is a fresh, vibrant and above all friendly country of more than 20 million people. It is a country with a colourful history, a brilliant future and a delightful present ! It is also a land of enormous cultural and geographical diversity, of wide-open spaces and bustling, sophisticated cities that are considered to be among the most livable in the world.


Points of Interest

Australia is home to many animals not found anywhere else in the world. These include the kangaroos, and the koala. Off the northeast coast of Australia is the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is over 1,200 miles of coral. It has developed over the last million years, and is now the largest living structure in the world. It is home to many sharks and thousands of different types of tropical fish.


Historical Highlights

The Native Australians, or Aborigines, have lived in Australia for at least 40,000 years. In 1788, the British founded a prison colony on the east coast of Australia, in New South Wales. As more Europeans moved to Australia, the Aborigines were driven from their land. Australia is still part of the British commonwealth. 

Population and Culture

Australia is still heavily influenced by its British and European origins. The Australian government is now making major efforts to preserve Australia,s culture, including that of the Aboringines. 

Climate

Much of Australia has a continental climate. The temperatures get hot during the day, then drop considerably at night. Australia is also very arid, getting very little rain.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  • All original academic documents (Matric, F.A, B.A,) first will be attested from the related board then IBCC, FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
  • The passport should be valid for two years.
  • The first two pages of the passport copies should be attested by the NOTARY PUBLIC.
  • Medical should be issued by any Govt. hospital and will be attested by the FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
  • Bank Letter will be issued by the bank in which the student or his father, mother, or brother is maintains his account. If the student does not have his personal account then the copy of affidavit will be attached with the bank letter. Bank letter should be attested by the FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
  • The police character will be issued by the related police station and then should be attested by the FOREIGN AFFAIRS. 

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