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Education export is Australia's third-biggest earner ($28 billion) after iron ore and coal and potentially it's the biggest if the resources boom goes bust.
Australia's international student intake has already hit more than half-a-million for the year, according to new government figures
– the third highest intake after the UK and USA.
Education-related personal travel is Australia's 3rd largest export after iron ore ($62.8 billion) and coal ($54.3 billion).
It is the largest services export (34.3% of total services exports), ahead of other personal travel services ($21.6 billion);
and professional and management consulting services ($4.8 billion).
Australian Government, updated September 2019
International Student Programs and Fees
To find the schools which offer international student programs, please visit the following links,
choose a state, select "Yes" for International Program and search.
Click Details button and locate Fee Link for International Students. If not
available, please visit following pages sorted by state. You can also find the
fees on the schools' website.
Overseas Postgraduate Scholarships
The Australian government provides funding to higher education providers to
offer scholarships to eligible postgraduate students to meet the costs
associated with postgraduate education. See
Annual government investment on Scholarships >$200,000,000