While choosing an institution to study abroad, the majority of the students will search for random rankings depicting the names and ranks of numerous colleges, claiming them to be the best among all in the world.
Students do not generally evaluate them and fall in the trap of these rankings. These rankings are made with the intention of fooling eligible international students to choose the universities and colleges which are in reality not offering great opportunities and training.
These rankings are solely made to attract the humongous amount of international students simply by fooling them with vague and unreal statistical reports showing the performance of a university.
Rather than falling into these traps of rankings what students should actually follow up before choosing an institution to pursue their education are teaching curriculums, training programs, faculty reputation, and infrastructure and job exposures as well.
All of the above-mentioned criteria are what evaluates the reputation and position of a University or a college as well. Students already required to pay quite a humongous amount of money to get enrolled in the educational training programs of the institutions and later on realizing these institutions are nothing that they claimed is going to be a disaster.
For instance, the Australian higher education institutions provide a proper graphical representation of their growth as a university or a college. Is gives a proper insight to the students regarding how they are performing in terms of providing placements to efficient students and also how their faculty is enhancing their performances as a team.
A lot of integral criteria governs the position of a University or a college which majority of the international students are not aware of. Searching online for solutions has become a very common habit for all of us. Similarly, searching for top-ranked universities online is also one of the most common practices among international universities.
This activity not only brings up vague results but also wastes a lot of resources of students. Once got enrolled in the curriculums of a University or College, there is no way one can opt-out. Even if they plan to do so, the money they have invested will not be refunded obviously.
The universities of Australia hence take no initiative of deceiving the international students from the truth about their institutions. They show proper graphical layouts showing how the institutions in Australia are improving their academic curriculum or how they are enhancing their faculty‘s skills in training the students.
For instance, here, they have represented the ratio of students to faculty graphically. And it is seen that in universities like Sydney University and ANU there is no sign of improvement or enhancement; hence choosing either of them will not be a great idea for the students.
Emphasizing on the faculty is so important because every international student is not going to be absolutely familiar with the language, training them, and guiding so many numbers of students requires a good number of teachers. Hence if there is a shortage in faculty, the teaching and training procedure of the institution is hampered.