Studying aviation in Australia

If you are considering a course in aviation, why not complete your studies abroad at Aviation Australia? With a well-established education system and attractive lifestyle options, Australia is becoming increasingly popular with prospective overseas students with  international student numbers growing at an average rate of 14% per annum.

Here are some of the reasons why so many international students are choosing to live and study in Australia:

Demographics

Australia has one of the highest standards of living in the world. It is an English-speaking country with a population of about 21.5 million. Cultural diversity is part of Australia’s national identity and is one of our nation’s greatest strengths. A multicultural society means our international students quickly feel at home.

Climate

The Aviation Australia campus is located in Queensland’s capital of Brisbane. Brisbane enjoys a temperate climate all year round with moderate rainfall. During the summer months of November to January, temperatures average in the mid 30’s, while in winter it can drop below 20. These temperatures are comfortable enough to enjoy outdoor activities all year round.

Lifestyle

The major reason why students choose to study aviation in Australia is for its attractive lifestyle. Australia is a young, vibrant and friendly country in which students can live, learn and grow. Our lifestyle is more relaxed and this helps students focus on their studies and avoid tension. There are also many opportunities to travel whilst studying and Aviation Australia provides networks of support to help students in all aspects of their life.

Education

Aviation Australian has a strong international reputation and is known for its effective structure and innovative policy developments. As an aviation student you’ll receive a world-class education under the guidance of some of the industry’s best trainers.

Aviation Australia is one of few organisations located outside of the European Union to be approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to provide basic aircraft maintenance training. EASA sets the world standards in aircraft maintenance. Graduates from Aviation Australia are eligible to gain employment as aircraft maintenance engineers around the world.

While Aviation Australia’s nationally accredited Flight Attendant courses have been developed by cabin crew experts in conjunction with Australian and international airlines providing students with the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills needed to give them that competitive edge when applying for jobs with an airline.

With an attractive multicultural background and a range of lifestyle benefits and educational opportunities, Australia is an attractive destination for students from all over the world.

Aviation Australia has a number of courses to get your career in aviation off to a flying start! Contact Aviation Australia for more information about starting your career in aviation today.

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