Category Archive for : ‘Study in Australia’

Australian Slangs – People


Mate – Anybody at all, typically used only to refer to men, used as an informal address for strangers (“G’day, mate”), as a name placeholder for friends, and as a term for friends in general (“Invite your mates around”).
Love – Similar to ‘mate’ but used for women. Or from a woman to male. Depending on context can ether be + or – eg, “Now listen here love” “what shall it be love” “want a drink love”
Drongo – Light-hearted insult, silly or dim-witted
Aussie – Australian – pronounced Ozzy
Relo/Rellies – Relative, as

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Australian Slangs – Greetings

G’day Mate! Welcome to Aw-stray-lee-uh (Australia).

We have tried to compile some of the Australian slang, words and phrases here for making easy to understand the language and culture. The idea is to make you feel a lot at home on your first day Down Under.


Hey / G’day – Hello (Often combined with How ya doin’ / goin’)
How ya goin’/ How’s it going? – How are you?
How ya doin’ – How are you?
How’s it hangin’? – How are you feeling?
Not bad mate – Not bad mate (friend)
Cheers mate – Thanks
No worries / No

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Preparing for IELTS? Read this.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a language skills test that covers listening, reading, writing and speaking in four separate sections. It is a universally recognized test conducted for candidates who want to pursue higher education or gain work experience in foreign English speaking countries. Its mandatory and its score is accepted by 130 countries. There are two formats: Academic or General Training.

Most education institutes have different language requirement, which could depend on the course, country and region. Over 10,000 organisations from over 130 countries recognise IELTS, including:

Universities, schools, training colleges

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Overview – Australian Culture & Brief History


Australian is multicultural and multiracial and this is reflected in the country’s food, lifestyle and cultural practices and experience. Australia has an important heritage from its indigenous people, which plays a defining role in the cultural landscape. This diversity of influences creates a cultural environment in Australia.


As of December 2014, Australia’s population is roughly 23.6 million people. The most populous states are New South Wales and Victoria, with their respective capitals, Sydney and Melbourne, the largest cities in Australia. Australia’s population is concentrated along the coastal region of Australia from

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Scholarships in Australia

There are many scholarships options available for international students in Australia that can help you fulfil your study in Australia aspiration into a reality. These scholarships are offered by education institutions, public and private organisations and even by the Australian Government. This support could cover either the tuition fee or accommodation/living expense or both depending on the offer. International Student are considered to be those who are not Australian & New Zealand citizens, or permanent Australian residents.

Some options are mentioned below:

Australia Awards – The Australia Awards aim to promote knowledge,

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