More and more parents choose to send their children abroad during the basic education stage. Among many popular countries for studying abroad at a young age, Australia is sought after by parents due to multiple factors such as safety index, cost-effectiveness, and high quality of education.
Diverse courses and flexible teaching methods
"In the Commonwealth education system, Australia's secondary education aims to hope that they can establish their own life interests and friendships during the learning process, and acquire the knowledge, skills and values for life and survival. Compared with other countries, Australia The middle school education is mainly focused on teachers, teaching methods, curriculum and care for students."
Even in public high schools that are currently sought after by international students, a teacher-student ratio of about 1:15 can still be guaranteed. Each international student has four instructors who will give full guidance. One is the admissions teacher, the other is the teacher in charge of the course, and the other two The name is the teacher in charge of life and the head of the grade.
Teaching in Australia focuses on all-round development, with knowledge transfer serving actual needs as the first principle, focusing on the cultivation of student skills and the development of hobbies, teaching methods are flexible, students do not have a fixed class and teachers can choose courses freely. Different to different classrooms to attend classes.
There are many colleges and schools should be considered
At present, Australia’s primary and secondary schools are mainly divided into two types, “public” and “private” (“private” is sometimes called “non-public”). Both types of schools have been required to register with the government education department of their state or region, and the infrastructure and teacher registration system must comply with relevant government regulations.
Most private schools have separate schools for men and women. Many of them are boarding schools. International students can choose to enroll in public or private schools. However, the key to choosing which type of school in the end is that students make judgments based on their own needs. Therefore, the following four aspects can be considered when choosing a school.
1) Regional selection
2) Choice of school nature
The ratio of public and private schools in Australia is 2:1. Generally speaking, the average hardware facilities and teachers of Australian private schools are better than public schools. However, in terms of cost performance, if students can apply to public high schools with higher teaching quality and higher enrollment rate, it is better than ordinary private high schools.
3) Feasibility of admission
The admission criteria for Australian secondary schools mainly include academic requirements and English proficiency. Some public high schools with relatively good teaching conditions even have an academic requirement of over 90, with excellent science, and some have to arrange additional written examinations and interviews. In terms of English proficiency, if a student has an ietls score, it is very helpful to apply for a good public high school, and many private high schools will require aeas (australian education assessment services) exams.
4) Middle school competitiveness
The strong competitiveness of middle schools refers to schools with many courses, inter-school cooperation, and high enrollment rate. Choosing a competitive school is equivalent to laying a stable platform for children. Therefore, it is recommended that students choose an Australian secondary school, combining their own subjective factors, such as academic background, English ability, and considering the financial preparation of the family. They should not be entangled in choosing the best one, but the most suitable one.