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Study in Australia

Top 5 Reasons to Study in Australia

  • Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students, because of its high quality of education and the opportunities available after graduation.

  • Australia's educational system is highly regarded for its research capabilities. Students can use the country's impressive technology and research resources to expand their knowledge.

  • Australia is a secure, multicultural, welcoming, and peaceful society.

  • Australia's national quality assurance system is one-of-a-kind in terms of both structure and rigor.

  • Paid internships while studying are a major benefit of studying in Australia. Institutions provide practical and career-oriented training so that graduates can be confident that they have the skills that employers require.

Quick Facts about Australia

  • Population: 26 Million 

  • Capital: Canberra 

  • Largest City: Sydney 

  • Major Language: English 

  • Major Religion: Christianity 

  • Currency: Australian Dollar

  • Dialing Code: +61

Higher Education System 

  • 3-4 Years Bachelor’s Degree 

  • 2 Years Master’s Degree 

  • 3 Years Doctoral

General Admission Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in Australia 

  • Academics: 60% Above marks in 12th /Equivalent

  • English Language Proficiency: IELTS 6.0

  • Other Requirements: Statement of Purpose, Recommendation Letters, and Resume 

Master's Degree in Australia

  • Academics: 60% Above marks in graduate

  • English Language Proficiency: IELTS 6.5

  • Other Requirements: Statement of Purpose, Recommendation Letters, and Resume 

Note: Universities may accept PTE or TOEFL test in place of IELTS 

Popular Courses

  • Computer Science & IT

  • Accounting 

  • Tourism & Hospitality Management

  • Geology & Natural Science

  • Nursing & Health Science

Top 20 Universities in Australia (Latest QS Rankings)

  1. Australian National University

  2. The University of Melbourne

  3. The University of Sydney

  4. The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)

  5. The University of Queensland

  6. Monash University

  7. The University of Western Australia

  8. The University of Adelaide

  9. University of Technology Sydney

  10. University of Wollongong

  11. RMIT University

  12. The University of Newcastle, Australia (UON)

  13. Curtin University

  14. Macquarie University

  15. Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

  16. Deakin University

  17. University of Tasmania

  18. Swinburne University of Technology

  19. Griffith University

  20. La Trobe University

Cost of Studies

  • Bachelor’s:                 20,000-45,000 AUD/ year

  • Post Graduate:         20,000- 40,000 AUD/ year

  • Doctoral:                   22,000- 50,000 AUD/year

  • Cost of Living:          16,800-30,000 AUD/year

Student Visa Requirements

  • Proof of enrolment (your electronic confirmation of enrolment)

  • A valid passport

  • Your visa application fee

  • Your Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) statement 

  • Academic and work experience documents

  • Evidence of your English proficiency skills (such as IELTS test scores)

  • Evidence of financial ability (tuition fees, living expenses, expenses for dependents, return airfare)

  • Details of your health insurance policy (Overseas Student Health Cover) Statement of purpose

Post Study Careers

  • A temporary Graduate Visa allows international students to live and work in Australia after completing their studies. If you study for a Master's in Australia or complete two years of study in Australia, you will be granted a Skilled-Graduate Visa for a period of 24 months.​ During this time, the student can work full-time, improve their English, or earn more points under the General Skilled Migrant Policy for PR.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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