Australian Embassy
Finland and Latvia
Australian Ambassador H.E. Ms Frances Sagala 

Study in Australia

Studying in Australia

About Australian Education

Australia is a federation consisting of six States and two Territories, each with its own government, and the overarching Australian Government. This political and legislative structure influences the division of responsibilities in the governance of Australian education and training. The Australian Government’s role is to develop national policies and strategies for education, whereas State and Territory governments are responsible for delivering education within their borders. 

Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations website provides information on Australian Government policies, activities and initiatives:

Information on schooling in Australia’s different States and Territories can be found on the websites of the respective State and Territory Departments of Education:

Australian Education International 

Australian Education International (AEI) is part of the Australian Government’s Department of Education, Science and Training. AEI officers work in Australia and many parts of the world to develop and support Australia ’s international involvement in education, science and training.

Contact Details:

Australian Education International
Australian Embassy and Mission to the European Union
Rue Guimard/Guimardstraat, 6-8
1040 Brussels
Phone: +32 (0) 2 286 05 88
Fax: +32 (0) 2 230 17 63
Email: [email protected]

Study in Australia

The Study Australia website is an official site from the Australian Government that provides information for international students on a wide variety of topics relevant for studying in Australia.

The Australian Government advises prospective students to enrol in registered courses and with registered insitutions that are registered in the State or Territory in which the course is offered. The approved courses and institutions are listed on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).

For further information refer to the following Education pages: