It is not the city or country that makes residents feel good about it, it is the people around , the culture around which makes any city our favourite place. Be assured you will feel the same when you are in Australia, friendly people, fantastic culture of Australi will make any students feel as if they are in their home.
We provide bits of information about the people, culture and many more things of Australia, as it will help any international student to mingle quickly to such a fabulous place.
Culture in Australia
Indian culture and Australian culture is obviously different, their values also differ from each other. Anyways blending in Australian lifestyle is a cake walk for Indians. You would be exposed to variety of people there.
As Australian culture is very informal you will be expected to mingle with all sort of people around you. Asking for guidance is always better when you travel to unkown place, whether it is about the way of living or about the navigation or also about the food.
Friendly nature of Australians will make you feel free to ask help, this will also avoid misunderstanding in communication. Australians as mentioned are very friendly and welcoming people.
64% of Australians are Christians, this makes it a Christian dominating country, but this does not make it a official religion country. As long as anyone is not breaking the law people here are free to practice any religion.
Most of the cities demonstrates cultural diversity. Most of the universities and communities have places of worship of almost all the faiths of the world. You can contact international students officer to know more about the facilities at their respective institutes.
Unlike India, Australia has no official language, but majority of them are English speaking people. The accent and vocabulary of the Australian English is very distinctive. It is proud possessor of vast collection of languages spoken as people from about 200 countries, across the globe have migrated to Australia.
Apart from English there are few more languages which are spoken in Australia, which are: Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese and Greek.