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Australia has one of the highest literacy rates (95%) among the developing countries — with an enrollment ratio of approximately 106% for primary education, and approximately 87% for higher education. The country has one of the best higher education institutions in the world, which cater to approximately 5% of Australia’s population, as well as more than 230,000 international students.
Approximately 73% of the higher education students in Australia are enrolled in undergraduate courses, and approximately 25% in postgraduate courses, while the remaining are enrolled in enabling and other courses — which do not lead to any award.
Further, approximately 44% of the higher education students are males, while 56% are females. 74% of the students are enrolled in full–time courses, while remaining 26% are enrolled in part–time courses.
There are 37 public universities in Australia, which impart education to approximately 93% of the total higher education students. The remaining 7% are enrolled in private universities, and non–university higher education providers.
The higher education sector is witnessing several favorable trends, such as expansion and collaboration among universities and higher education institutions, and increasing adoption of technology.
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