AEI-NOOSR assessments are a guide to the educational level of an overseas qualification in terms of a qualification on the Australian Qualifications Framework. They are for general purposes only and do not qualify you for study, migration or entry to a particular occupation or profession.
Using a search on the Myfuture site, you can search for awards and scholarships alphabetically, or by region, organisation or subject. You can also use keywords and refine by field of study, level, region, type of support or target group.
Provides information on resources to help people, particularly young people, plan their careers through education, training and career choices.
Search by type of care (long, occasional, after school etc), location (town, postcode etc) or name of centre to find approved child care services in your area.
The Child Care Access Hotline 1800 670 305 provides information to help you choose a child care service that meets your needs. The hotline also provides information on possible child care vacancies in local areas.
Use the Course Search to find courses offered by approved Australian universities and higher education providers. The Course Search allows you to compare courses by provider, approximate course fees and entry cut-offs.
The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) framework protects the interests of overseas students and Australia's reputation for delivering quality education services by setting out standards, roles and responsibilities for education institutions that teach overseas students, as well as providing tuition and financial assurance for students.
Describes policies and programmes that help you access quality and affordable childcare and early childhood education.
Describes the principles, practice and outcomes essential to support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school.
The higher education sector is made up of universities and other higher education institutions. The Australian Government supports the sector through policies, funding and programmes.
Offers information on Indigenous higher education. Click on the Programs link in the navigation bar to see all programs.
Provides information on government policies and programs for Indigenous schooling. Includes links to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander schooling programs.
Provides help to families in making important child care decisions. The fact sheets include information on Child Care Benefit, Child Care Rebate, Jobs, Education and Training Child Care fee assistance, Child Care Support program and Child Care Access Hotline.
In addition to the Endeavour Awards, there are a number of other scholarships which enable Australians to study overseas. There are also scholarships sponsored by foreign governments and other international organisations.
Supports the ongoing development of children in school age care services. It ensures that they have opportunities to participate in leisure and play-based activities that are responsive to their needs, interests, and choices.
Outlines the quality standards that apply to most long day care, family day care, preschool and kindergarten, and outside schools hours care services. The Framework is a national approach to the regulation and quality assessment of early childhood education and care services.
Provides a vision and guiding principles to help Australian schools create learning environments which are free from bullying, harassment, aggression and violence.
Provides a subsidy for schools travelling more than 150 kilometres to visit Canberra as part of a civics and citizenship education excursion. The excursion should be attended by students in Year 4 to Year 12.
Teacher quality is an important factor in student engagement and achievement. Describes programs to improve the quality of teachers, including professional standards for teachers, collection of teacher workforce information, awards for quality teaching and school leadership and recruitment of professionals to teaching careers.
The School Entry Point allows school representatives to apply for funding.
Describes policies and programmes that help all children have access to education that meets their needs.
The aim is to support the use of technologies in Australian schools to prepare students to learn, train and live in a digital world.
Enables eligible secondary schools to seek funding for infrastructure so they can offer a broad range of vocational education and training options to students from years 9 to 12.
Provides a guide to help Year 12 students plan their post-school education and training. It tells you about working life in the future, course options and other places where you can get planning help and advice.
Provides links to various services and programs for youth.