Study in Australia
Australia may be a small country of 24.5 million people but we’re world leaders in education. Australia has an outstanding education system with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, including six of the world’s top 100 universities. Australia is currently home to 700,000 international students. Our high-quality education, easy to access support services, multicultural society and fantastic lifestyle make Australia an attractive study destination.
Find out more by visiting Study in Australia.
There are a number of local education agents that represent Australia institutions in Brunei. They are a valuable source of information on studying in Australia.
Where to get more information?
Agents representing Australian institutions in Brunei
B Lau Education Services
Unit 10, 1st Floor, Block B
Abdul Razak Complex Gadong
Phone: +673 245 1038
Findlay (B) Sdn. Bhd.
Tel: +673 2428658
Tel: +673 2232811/2232812
MEG Education Services
Unit 4, 1st Floor
Spg 633, Jalan Beribi-Gadong
Tel: +673 2650033/ 8899983
Over 2.5 million international students have studied in Australia over the last 50 years. We’re proud that more than 12,000 Bruneians have studied in Australia.
Brunei Australian Alumni Association
The Brunei Australian Alumni Association (BAAA) was formed to bring together the many Bruneians who studied in Australia. With the support of the Australian High Commission, BAAA plans to organise a range of events for Australian alumni in Brunei. You can register with BAAA to find out more.
Australian Global Alumni
Australia Global Alumni is a virtual global network to connect, build and invigorate the international community of scholars who have studied in Australia, and Australians who have studied overseas.
This website supports alumni to continue building on educational and cultural experiences. It provides the opportunity to participate in ongoing personal and professional development and to network with other alumni.
The website includes content of general interest to alumni such as news articles, public events and alumni stories. These come from a range of sources, including the Australian Government, academic institutions, industry experts, businesses and alumni themselves.