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Family,Study in Australia

Why Schools in Australia Outrank US and UK?

Australian schools have consistently outranked schools in the United States and the United Kingdom in various global education rankings. The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a well-known assessment meant to measure 15-year-olds’ academic performance in maths, science and reading. Australia has remained above average for PISA in the past few years, with its students scoring higher than the world average. According to the Times Higher Education rankings, Australia has also increased its representation in the top 200 universities globally. The report shows that Australia has eight universities in the top 200, whereas the US has 60 and the UK has 29. Furthermore, Australian higher education institutions have become more multicultural, and welcoming institutions for international students looking to study abroad. Such improvements have led to Australia becoming a popular destination for students from around the world, especially in the Asian region.

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Culture and Lifestyle

Navigating the Diverse Religious Mosaic in Australia

Australia is a predominantly Christian country, but it has a secular government that upholds religious freedom and the right to practice any religion of choice. The Australian Constitution guarantees this freedom and prohibits the government from establishing any state religion or religious test for holding public office. Individuals are free to express their beliefs, to attend places of worship, and to practice their religion within the confines of the law. However, religious freedom can be limited when it comes to public safety, health and morality concerns, and non-discrimination laws. The Australian government works to protect these freedoms and offers a range of resources for citizens to support their religious practices. It is important for religious groups in Australia to understand their rights and responsibilities, and to engage in open and respectful dialogue with people of all backgrounds.

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