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Associated with overseas education and Managing Director of Atlas Consultants representing some of the leading institutes/universities in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Involved with student recruitment and marketing from past 17 years. EATC qualified education counselor as per the requirement of Australian Education International. Currently the executive member for central pool for “Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (www.aaeri.org)”. Helping and guiding students with courses & career options abroad.

Saturday, 25 February 2017

Melbourne - One of the best cities to study, live & work

Melbourne, Victoria’s vibrant capital is truly one of the world’s greatest cities.

With world-class education providers offering credentials recognised by international institutions and employers, it’s a great place to begin your career pathways and make great connections.

The city also has Australia’s best shopping, leisure and sporting events, and a renowned arts scene - multicultural Melbourne has so much to offer you.

People from more than 200 countries call Melbourne their home. Everyone has a connection to another culture in some way and this is shown in the adoption of different food, cultures and traditions throughout Melbourne and Victoria.

Melbourne has  two of the world’s top 100 universities, five of Australia's top 20 universities, four of Australia's five dual sector universities which offer both vocational and higher education opportunities and an industry focused Vocational Education and Training (VET) system

In a snapshot, the city is:

·         *Ranked World's Friendliest City, 2014
·         *World's Most Liveable City, 2011 – 2014
·         *Australia's leading Student City 2014
·         *One of seven UNESCO Cities of Literature
·         *Australia's sporting capital city 

The city is ranked in the top 20 of the Innovation Cities Top 100. It has an integrated public transport system based arounf extensive train, tram, bus and taxi system. It has the largest tram network in the world. Melbourne’s trams are recognised as iconic cultural assets and tourist attraction.

Melbourne is the home for seven public universities: The University of Melbourne, Monash University, RMIT University, Deakin University, Latrobe University, Victoria University, and Swinburne University of Technology. Apart from this it’s also got campuses of Flinders University, Federation University, Charles Strut University, University of Sunshine Coast. Melbourne also has world class vocational education institutes which include Chilslome TAFE, Box Hill TAFE, Holmesglen TAFE etc

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