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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2012
>AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION 2012 123 COURSES AND DISCIPLINES >ENGINEERING AND IT Queensland The Sunshine State is known for its great weather, beautiful beaches and amazing landscapes. International students enjoy a world-class education in this relaxed lifestyle. ‘With the Great Barrier Reef and ancient rainforests in the north of the State, students have access to fascinating research opportunities.’ Moving overseas is a big decision so choosing a university with a great support network is essential while you’re away from home. At USQ, it is important to us that your experience in Australia is a fulfilling one. In fact, when you enrol to study with us you will be amongst international students who rated us one of the top universities in Australia in a recent world-wide student survey*. • 1st in Australia for overall learning experience • 2nd in Australia for living experience • 2nd in Australia for overall support experience • 2nd in Australia for overall student experience Contact us now to gain an international degree with a university that offers an excellent Australian experience. Deciding to attend an overseas university is one of life’s major decisions that can open up many opportunities. CRICOS: QLD 00244B / NSW 02225M * i-Graduate International Student Barometer Survey, 2010 Want to know more? Email: email@example.com Web: www.usq.edu.au/international Phone: +61 7 4631 5543 Welcome to Queensland, where the sun rises over the Great Barrier Reef and sets across the rugged landscape of the Australian outback. Queensland is Australia’s second largest State and it ranges from the white sandy beaches of the south east to the tropics of the north, and out to the Great Dividing Range and sparse landscape of the outback towards the Northern Territory. The majority of the population lives along the eastern coastline, including within the capital city, Brisbane. Large regional centres include the Sunshine Coast, the Gold Coast, Cairns, Townsville and Mackay. Brisbane is a clean, liveable city with a population of around 1.8 million. Sitting alongside the Brisbane River, the city embraces the laidback Queensland lifestyle and includes beautiful parks and dedicated pedestrian and bike paths. Brisbane has the excitement and diversity of a big city combined with the relaxed pace of life and benefits of living in a friendly, safe, and multicultural city. Over 26% of Brisbane’s population was born overseas, making the city culturally diverse. This diversity is reflected in many of the exciting features Brisbane has to offer, including festivals, events, restaurants, arts and community facilities. Brisbane boasts a wonderfully rich calendar of cultural events and arts, offering everything from musicals to theatre, ballet, opera, concerts and festivals. Brisbane’s warm evenings are perfect for enjoying the diversity of city nightlife. Live music clubs, bars and discos to suit all tastes can be found across the city. Above: People come from around the world to see Queensland’s World Heritage-listed natural attractions.
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