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EDUCATION SYSTEM
School attendance is compulsory throughout Australia between the
ages of 6–15 years (16 years in South Australia and Tasmania, and
17 years in Western Australia), contributing to an adult literacy rate
that is assumed to be 99%. Government grants have supported the
establishment of Australia's 38 universities, and although several
private universities have been established, the majority receive
government funding. There is a state-based system of vocational
training colleges, known as TAFE Institutes, and many trades conduct
apprenticeships for training new tradespeople.Approximately 58% of
Australians between the ages of 25 and 64 have vocational or tertiary
qualifications and the tertiary graduation rate of 49% is highest of
OECD countries. The ratio of international to local students in tertiary
education in Australia is the highest in the OECD countries.
Capital


Largest city
Canberra
35°18′S, 149°08′E

Sydney
Official languages
English (de facto )
Demonym
Australian
Government



Monarch   -  
Governor  -    
Prime Minister
Parliamentary
democracy    
(federal constitutional monarchy)
Queen Elizabeth II
Michael Jeffery
John Howard
Independence

Constitution           
Statute of
Westminster    
Australia Act          
from the United Kingdom  
1 January 1901  

11 December1931   
(adopted 9 September 1939)
3 March 1986
Area
Total
Water (%)
7,741,220 km² (6th)
2,988,888 sq mi  
1
Population
2007 estimate

2006 census

Density

21,134,563 [1] (53rd)

19,855,288  

2.6/km² (224th) 6.7/sq mi
GDP (PPP)
Total


Per capita
2006 estimate
$1.727 trillion (8th1)

$12,096 (59th)
GDP (nominal)
Total

Per capita
2007 estimate
US$822.1 billion (AU $1.1
trillion) (15th)
US$39,320 (DFAT) (17th)
HDI (2004)
0.957 (high) (3rd)
Gini? (2002)
39.9 (medium)
Currency
Australian dollar (AUD)
Time zone

Summer (DST)
various N3 (UTC+8 to
+10.5)
(UTC+9 to +11.5)
+10.5)
Internet TLD
.au
Calling code         
+61
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