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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2010
australia the education destination | 1 9 Around 80,000 international students are enrolled in the vocational sector across NSW. Indian students make up the majority of enrolments followed by China, Nepal, Thailand and South Korea. Deciding to study at one of the many vocational institutes across NSW opens up a wealth of educational opportunities allowing you to choose from an impressive range of courses delivered by professional and industry-experienced teaching staff. Some vocational institutes also have agreements with universities so you can link your advanced diploma into credits for a bachelor degree. You can take the first step in your future career or develop new skills to further your existing career. australian state profiles English language colleges When you learn English in NSW, you’re studying in a beautiful environment in a country that welcomes international visitors. You can do an ELICOS course at a private college, vocational institute or university. There is a range of courses including general English, English for academic purposes, specialist English for business, and fun courses such as English with golf or scuba diving. More than 52,000 students are enrolled in ELICOS courses in NSW. The majority of students came from China followed by South Korea, Thailand, Brazil and India. English language colleges provide support services for international students including social gatherings and sight-seeing trips. New South waleS
The Education Destination
Australia The Education Destination 2011