◎ Business Name: Australia Studyworld Academy Pty. Ltd.
◎ ACN : 097266101 ABN: 76 097266101
◎ Foundation Date : February 14, 2000
◎ Address : Suite 308, Level 3, 379-383 Pitt Street. Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
◎ Founder : Julianna Namgung (PhD, University of Sydney)
◎ Director : Dr. Carsten Matthai (PhD, University of Sydney), M MIA, RMA

ASA staff are proud PhD graduates of the University of Sydney (the first and the most acknowledged university in Australia) and also your mentors who have made remarkable achievements starting as overseas students.

ASA staff have received several scholarships from the Australian Government (Foundation for Postgraduates and National Health and Medical Research) and are considered as international scholars with numerous published research papers. Moreover, ASA staff have taught in higher education providers over 5 years equipped with more than 10 years of global education.

ASA offers a wide range of consulting services: education, migration, specialized corporate research, corporate market research, Study & Tour, global leadership program and other various educational and cultural seminars/workshops.

ASA is one of Korean top education service providers for the University of Sydney (Authorized Representative No.194). ASA have also procured a license to better assist you with migration matters (M. MIA no. 0003245).

⊙ Registered Migration Agent No. 0003245
(registered since 2000)
⊙ Member of the Migration Institute of Australia
(Member No. 1175)


ASA, in cooperation with the University of Sydney, has successfully launched and accommodated the world's first 'TTL Global Internship Programme 2002 & 2003' of SK Telecom (the first mobile phone company in South Korea).


ASA organised the '2003 Korean Culture Day' for Korean adoptees and their families endorsed by the then Lord Mayor of Sydney Frank Sartor, NSW Premier Bob Carr and then Principal of the Women’s College at the University of Sydney and current Governor of Queensland Quentin Bryce.

ASA, in 2003, extended its expertise to research department by hosting the 'Australian Education Seminar' and 'Industry Visit' at the University of Sydney Hospital and its subsidiary hospitals for Microbiology professors from 24 Korean universities.

ASA coordinated yet another successful industry visit for Korea Highway Corporation, KumGang Construction Co., and Geoen Virotec at Vorotec Australia (Brisbane) in 2003.