⦁ Courses are recognized internationally, Graduates from Australia are very successful in finding jobs and hold prominent positions worldwide

⦁ A dynamic, vibrant country and its people are energetic, friendly and confident. Multicultural Australia is a safe, friendly & sophisticated country.

⦁ Education standards are higher and the academic environment is stimulating and offers an education experience that makes a real difference.

⦁ Most courses and training undertaken by international students in Australia are covered by Australian Qualification Framework (AQF). It is a system of learning which is authorised by the Australian government

⦁ Living costs and tuition fees are comparatively lower than most other countries

⦁ Allowed to work 20 hours per week. to earn money, gain useful work experience in a foreign country and meet a variety of new people

⦁ High Visa success rate.

⦁ Preference given for migration


The Australian education system is divided into the University, Vocational and English language sectors.

⦁ University is the highest level of study in Australia. Students can study at the undergraduate level (Bachelors degree) or postgraduate level (Graduate Certificate, diploma, Masters, PhD).

⦁ Vocational institutions are closely linked with industry, making courses very practical and skill-based. Vocational Courses are provided at both the government funded and Further Education (TAFE) institutes and at private institutions. Many courses provide advanced standing into university degrees.

⦁ English language courses are undertaken for study, travel, immigration or business purposes. There are around 100 private English language centers in Australia. Some universities and TAFE institutes also offer English language courses.


Institutions will assess whether students meet the selection criteria set for proposed course of study. They will look at the level and content of the study student have completed in their home country

Undergraduate courses require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of Australian high school matriculation, such as three passes at GCE A Levels in appropriate subjects. Some courses may also have certain pre-requisite subjects. Postgraduate courses requires satisfactory completion of a first degree at undergraduate level. Confirmed research ability or relevant work experience may also be taken into consideration.


Students need a sufficient level of English language proficiency and must meet minimum academic requirements to study in Australia when applying for a student visa. Australian education institutions accept students having an appropriate level of English proficiency. Institutions set their own English language requirements and may have different IELTS entry levels for the proposed level of course than those required for a student visa.


⦁ Student visa can be filed in two ways. Evisa (Electronic Visa) & Paper visa. Students have to pay Visa Application fee through Credit Card only (E-Lodgement) and VFS charges OR in Paper visa along with Visa Application Fee student should pay the VFS Charges.

⦁ Students need to submit Form 157A , Form 956, Form 1282, Passport Copy of Applicant (Biodata page, address page and any observation page [if applicable]) , Passport size 4 photographs, All Educational Documents of applicant along with IELTS Score Card, Declaration on affidavit from student , Documents of Employment (Previous work experience or if student is currently working somewhere. Please provide all documents), Statement of Purpose and Any supporting documents for the visa file.

⦁ Sponsor’s should submit Affidavit of Sponsorship from Sponsor , Photo ID Proof of Sponsor (Election ID, Ration Card, PAN Card or Driving license) , ITRs for last three Years and Evidence of Income

⦁ Students should show funds according to the programme, subclass & assessment level they have selected. And Living Expenses – 18,610/- A$ Per Annum, Overseas Student Health Cover 342/- A$ Per Annum and Travel Expenses 2,000  A$


Students find accommodation both on and off campus .Australia has a good standard of accommodation ranging from halls of residence, boarding schools, home stays and rented houses, apartments or rooms.
⦁ University accommodation : Most universities offer a variety of accommodation on or near to campus such as university apartments, residential colleges or halls of residence. Halls of Residence-cheaper and a popular option with full-time international students. Residential colleges-includes meals, library, computer access, sporting and social facilities. It is usually for full-time students and students are advised to apply early as these are usually high in demand

⦁ Homestay: Students live with a local family during the course of study. Students are welcomed into the home and accepted as a member of the family, participating in all daily routines of the family. Inclusive of food and electricity. (Mon-Fri breakfast and dinner, Sat & Sun three meals)

⦁ Shared / Rental accommodation: Students often share with fellow students and may have to provide their own furniture. Students usually advertise for room wanted or a room available in newspapers and notice boards on campus.


In order to work in Australia while a student they must have a student visa with work permission. Receiving the visa and work permission together saves both time and money. Students are permitted to work as soon as classes begin. Students studying in Australia under a student visa are allowed to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during the term and unlimited hours when your course is not in session.


Australia continues to have demand for foreign workers, and students who have earned a degree in Australia have a special work visa category. There are also several other visa categories open to international students, and Australia has a very straightforward path to permanent residency using a points system . If one wants to stay and work after graduation, they must apply and obtain a work visa.


⦁ Intakes: February, July
⦁ Tuition fee:
⦁ Undergraduate Bachelor Degree – $15,000 to $33,000
⦁ Postgraduate Master’s Degree – $20,000 to $37,000
⦁ Living cost: $18,610 Per Annum


The cost of living in Australia can vary on an individual choice of city or town. A student in Australia will need 18,610  A$ Per Annum. This amount covers rent, food, basic clothing, public transport & books

Generally Australian universities have two semesters. The first is from February to June and the second from July to November. This can vary  between universities.

Australia offers very competitively priced study and living. Tuition fees will vary depending on the course and university at which the student is studying and also students lifestyle and activity expenses.

Australian Agency recommends that a student get an Australian tax file number (TFN). Student will need this for banking and tax purposes if they are work during study. Every Australian Post Office will have an application form available or  can apply online.


⦁ Flinders University [FLINDERS]
⦁ University of Southern Queensland [USQ]
⦁ Charles Sturt University [CSU]
⦁ Australian National University [ANU]
⦁ University of South Australia [UniSA]
⦁ Bond University [Bond]
⦁ University of Melbourne [MELBOURNE]
⦁ Central Queensland University [CQU]
⦁ University of Wollongong [UOW]
⦁ Edith Cowan University [ECU]
⦁ University of Sydney [SYDNEY]
⦁ Curtin University [CURTIN]
⦁ University of Ballarat [BALLARAT]
⦁ Macquarie University [MACQUARIE]
⦁ University of Queensland [UQ]
⦁ University of New England [UNE]
⦁ Griffith University [GRIFFITH]
⦁ University of Newcastle [NEWCASTLE]
⦁ James Cook University [JCU]
⦁ La Trobe University [LATROBE]
⦁ Deakin University [Deakin]
⦁ Victoria University [VU]
⦁ Monash University [MONASH]
⦁ University of Technology Sydney [UTS]
⦁ Queensland University of Technology [QUT]
⦁ University of Western Australia [UWA]
⦁ RMIT University [RMIT]
⦁ University of New South Wales [UNSW]
⦁ Southern Cross University [SCU]
⦁ University of Western Sydney [UWS]
⦁ Swinburne University of Technology [SWINBURNE]
⦁ University of Adelaide [ADELAIDE]

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