Studying in Australia
Australia has a reputation for academic excellence and is one of the best places in the world to live while studying. Visit Study in Australia to learn more about the education opportunities Australia has to offer.
Many of the Cook Islands' most notable people studied in Australia, including former Prime Minister Henry Puna (University of Tasmania), Cabinet Minister Patrick Arioka (James Cook University), Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Immigration Tepaeru Herrmann (Australian National University), and leading business women Tine Ponia (James Cook University), Vaine Nooana-Arioka (University of Queensland), and Elena Tavioni (Royal Melbourne Insititute of Technology).
The High Commission periodically brings together Australian graduates in the Cook Islands, register your interest at [email protected]
James Cook University, Queensland