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12月 4, 2020 5:28 下午 #2083Carrie参与者
According to the information that I have received, it seems like transferring to Australia will be helpful for the application for a Master’s degree in other countries. And it can help students in WKU enter a higher level of university around the world. At the same time, the English living environment will help students adapt to the foreign living environment. （Posted by Carrie) 据我了解，转学到澳大利亚似乎对其我们申请他国家的硕士学位会有所帮助。 它可以帮助WKU的学生进入世界各地排名更高的大学。 同时，全英文的生活环境将帮助学生适应外国的生活环境。
12月 9, 2020 10:30 上午 #2436Yurihan参与者
12月 15, 2020 8:55 下午 #3078zhmingzh参与者
As far as I know, many students in our school transfer to Australia, such as the University of Sydney. I think there are several reasons. First of all, several Australian universities rank at the top of the world. In addition, compared with the European countries’ universities such as the United States and the U.K. Australian universities have lower application barriers. Moreover, for our school, transferring to Australia does not require IELTS and TOEFL scores.
12月 16, 2020 9:38 上午 #3124xuqing参与者
First of all, Australian universities are generally having high quality, which has attracted the attention of many international students. Secondly, the cost of studying abroad is not so high compared to the United Kingdom and the United States. xuqing
1月 22, 2021 10:34 下午 #5219gyel参与者18 pts
There are many reasons why people transfer school to Australia. Among many I will point out couple reasons:
• Australia’s standard of living is one of the highest in the world.
• Living expenses and tuition costs are considerably lower in Australia than they are in the United States and United Kingdom.
• International students are allowed to work part time while they study.
1月 23, 2021 10:40 下午 #5292GloTTT参与者
I think one reason for people transferring to Australia is that Australia is strong in global research: Australian universities are strong in research, excelling in areas such as arts and humanities, education, and sciences. Australia is also a proud contributor to global research, credited for many important discoveries, such as penicillin, IVF, and wi-fi. This makes Australia a great choice for international students — whether you want to learn from the best in a coursework degree or undertake your own research.
1月 23, 2021 10:42 下午 #5293GloTTT参与者
I also find another important reason for students to transfer to Australia: Australia offers great work opportunities. International students can work up to 40 hours per fortnight in Australia, which will help you pay for things like nights out with friends or short trips over holiday breaks. Students also have the opportunity to stay in Australia to work once they have graduated, taking advantage of the post-study work visa. There are also opportunities such as the Professional Year Program (PYP), which allows graduates of accounting, information technology, and engineering degrees to gain experience and mentoring in an Australian workplace. Completing a PYP can assist you to gain permanent residency.
1月 26, 2021 9:18 下午 #5626Aria参与者
It’s popular to transfer school to Australia in these few years. Australia has many famous universities such as The university of Sydney and the University of Melbourne. The universities of Australia don’t require the grade of IELTS and TOEFL, and it’s quite easy for students to transfer to there if they have enough credits. Meanwhile, most of Australian undergraduate degrees last only three years. It’s really attractive for students to transfer to Australia, especially when they are studying in a nameless school now.
4月 7, 2021 10:37 上午 #7225Lambert参与者
WKU students have been keen to transfer to Australia in recent years, such as the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney. The first reason is that Australian universities are easy to apply. As long as you are studying WKU, you can apply and there are no other restrictions. Second, Australian universities have this high world ranking, which can improve their undergraduate recognition. But there are still some reminders in the following article, I hope it will be useful.
- 该回复由Lambert 于 6月、 3周前 修正。
4月 23, 2021 5:09 下午 #7551xujiyuannnn参与者
The undergraduate admission conditions in Australia are relatively low, it is a suitable springboard for students who want to study abroad for postgraduate. Compared with the domestic non 985/211 universities, the foreign undergraduate background will provide a great convenience for you when you apply for graduate students.
- 该回复由xujiyuannnn 于 6月前 修正。
4月 25, 2021 9:19 上午 #7564JCL_Tony参与者
The phenomenon that so many people transfer school to Australia will be explained by two major reasons. First of all, in Australia, you can have more diverse resources in both academy and occupation. The university provides you with an abundant database and literature to help you with your interesting research in school. Furthermore, they are likely to get a scholarship that can cover their tuition. As for the job, the university has some cooperations with some big company, assisting the student in having their first step to work. What is more, many people want to experience abroad but desire to spend less money; hence Australia could be a good choice for the students to go. The price in Australia is lower than one in the United States or the United Kingdom, and there are many local, national parks. If you want to learn more information, please click the following link: https://www.internationalstudent.com/study_australia/why_study_australia/. Thank you for you listening.
5月 9, 2021 10:17 上午 #7828Evelyn Xia参与者
Australia has a relatively good environment, many scenery and tourist attractions, can experience the characteristics of foreign customs. And there are a lot of Chinese people living in Australia, so life will be more convenient. In addition, more than 20 of the top 300 universities in the world are Australian universities, and most of the postgraduate majors in business only need to study for 1.5 years. Another reason is that it is more convenient to apply for Australian schools. There is no need to prepare for GRE or GMAT, which can relieve a lot of pressure for undergraduate study, but it will be relatively strict for academic score. Because of the COVID-19 and political influence, Australia has made restrictions on the entry policy, which may affect the admission time.
5月 13, 2021 4:46 下午 #7930Lareina参与者
Transferring to Australia is relatively easy. First, they don’t need to provide IELTS or TOEFL scores. Second, Australian universities are ranked relatively high in the world. In addition, some WKU courses have credits that can offset some courses from Australian schools. The Australian landscape may also appeal to students to some extent.
5月 15, 2021 6:57 下午 #7954yuangexu参与者
There are many reasons why Australia is becoming more and more popular among students: 1. The safe national environment, strict gun control, low crime rate, and its multicultural culture make it easy to accept overseas students. 2. The threshold of studying abroad in Australia is lower than that in the United States and Europe, and it even provides opportunities for international students to work while studying. Australia is rich in tourism resources, and the natural environment is very little polluted.
5月 18, 2021 11:14 上午 #8085ashrike参与者
There are many advantages of transferring the school to Australia. First, compared with schools in China, schools in Australia could help students who want to do master in foreign countries attain more good chances, especially those famous world-top universities. Besides, studying in Australia could help us adapt to Australian life in advance, doing preparation for the future life in Australia. Finally, I think it’s relatively easy to access the school in Australia. It’s the most important one for most students. Here is a link to some tips about transferring the school to Australia. https://www.zhihu.com/question/264380938/answer/529787031
- 该回复由ashrike 于 5月、 1周前 修正。
5月 25, 2021 5:50 下午 #8294Charlie Liu参与者
First of all, Australian universities have relatively low requirements on undergraduate schools. Different from American and British universities, most of them only accept students from 985 and 211 universities.
Secondly, many highly ranked Australian universities generally have lower application standards and are more friendly to students with poor undergraduate performance. But many people ignore that his graduation requirements are relatively high.
Finally, for WKU students, transfer to the University of Sydney does not require a language score, which is a great temptation.
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5月 30, 2021 3:12 下午 #8641Huang yujie参与者
I want to solve you a question, if you transfer to Australia, how many courses you need to take?
Firstly, all Australia school allows students to use the transcript to exempt some required courses. However, the course should have same set in these two schools. Therefore, if you learn many general courses in your university, you can’t use them to exempt courses in Australia.
Secondly, some Australian universities require you to learn at least half of the courses in their college. So the extra credit can’t be exempted. So it is suggested to transfer at an early stage(Sophomore is the best).
6月 1, 2021 12:07 上午 #8812
Most people go to Australia to study COURSEWORK MASTER. This is really water and can’t be water. The performance is that the class is the same as the undergraduate, but the class hours are shorter than that of the undergraduate. The requirements are even lower than those of undergraduates, such as UNSW’s it master, which uses python for entry and C for undergraduates. Coupled with the fact that there are few local readings, it is difficult to give people the feeling of studying abroad. I am now working and found that no one considers courseswork master as an alumnus, so I call myself an alumnus of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications when I go out. Coursework is the recognition.
大部分人去澳州念得都是COURSEWORK MASTER，这个真的是水的不能再水了。表现在，课和本科一样，学时却比本科短。要求甚至比本科低，比如UNSW的 it master，入门用python，而本科用C。再加上很少有local读，很难给人留学的感觉。我现在工作了，发现根本没人把念过coursework master的当校友，所以我出去都自称北邮校友，coursework就是这个认可度。
6月 3, 2021 3:27 下午 #8983Corrine参与者
Some of my friends have already gone to Australia for their Bachelor’s degree. And from my perspective, most people will choose it because it has lower requirements and relatively lighter study work. Here’s the link explaining further details.
6月 6, 2021 5:47 下午 #9445Will参与者
The first is a globally recognized qualification. Studying here will improve your career prospects, because Australian graduates are ideal employees in any workplace. In most fields, Australian qualifications are recognized by employers all over the world. Australian courses are constantly updated based on the opinions of industry leaders to ensure that your skills and knowledge keep pace with the times and enhance your competitiveness in employment. The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) allows students to easily advance in the education system. It also provides an easy way for countries to recognize your qualifications and issue comparable qualifications for local use.
The second is that Australia is a good place to live and study. Australia is a safe, inclusive and supportive learning environment where you will feel welcome and inspired. Australians are known for being friendly and hospitable, with an open and eclectic attitude towards life, while also respecting the rights and freedoms of others. Australia’s living standards are very high, and the quality of education, medical care, transportation, infrastructure and government services are far above the international average.
6月 6, 2021 6:18 下午 #9460wATER参与者
First of all, I think Australia is indeed a very popular destination for studying abroad. I think one of the reasons why a lot of international students choose to study in Australia is that the entry requirements are very low, but we have to be aware that the graduation requirements are very high, so we have to balance the pros and cons. If you can’t graduate, you have to continue to pay very high tuition fees.
6月 8, 2021 8:50 下午 #9839Tom111参与者
The overall level of Australian universities is high, and the eight world-famous Australian universities are outstanding in the world university rankings.
Although eight universities in Australia are among the top 100 universities in the world, the application requirements are not very strict because of the education concept of “open entry and strict exit” in Australia.
The unique advantage of studying in Australia is that you can have a two-year work visa.
Students want to study abroad to achieve the purpose of immigration, Australia to study abroad another major advantage is to achieve this idea.