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    About Australia

         Australia is officially known ad commonwealth Australia. As per area, Australia is the 6th largest country in the world. Sydney is the largest city in Australia. Indian and Pacific oceans are close around Australia. Australia is a young, vibrant and friendly country, offering quality education and an exciting lifestyle. If you are looking for an irresistible combination of outstanding academics and a life with liveliness and endless opportunities for career growth Australia is the place to be.

         Australia is one of the top study destinations with an excellent education system. With 8 out of 120 World's Top Universities and 5 out of 30 Best Student Cities in the World, Australia is home to over 1100 institutions offering a wide range of programs.According to statistics, 35 Australian universities are among the world’s best-ranked universities. The country spends up to 250 million dollars per year in financial aids, scholarships and grants for international students to study in Australia.Known globally as one of the world’s most diverse and welcoming countries, with migrants from about 200 countries, the Australian society is a mixture of cultures that blend into a tolerant and relaxed lifestyle. Australia has consistently ranked in the world’s top 10 most liveable countries.The contemporary lifestyle and indigenous culture attracts many international students every year.Australia is officially known as commonwealth Australia. As per area, Australia is the 6th largest country in the world. 


    Quick facts

    • Capital             : Canberra
    • Currency         :  Australian Dollar (1 Australian Dollar equals 48.52 Indian Rupee)
    • Climate            : Australia has a wide variety of climates due to its large geographical                                                             size. The largest part of Australia is desert or semi-arid
    • Language        : Australian English
    • Government    : Parliamentary System, Constitutional monarchy, Federal monarchy
    • Major cities     : Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane



    Study in Australia

         The island country Australia is attracting more and more international students from all around the globe. Some of the top universities and colleges in the world are located in Australia and thus, Australia is becoming the new favorites among students. The Australian education system is another factor that adds to its attractability. Owing to its proximity to the Indian sub-continent, Indians student prefer to study in Australia rather than the western countries.


    Why study in Australia?

    • The Australian approach to vocational and technical education is now recognized as among the best and most innovative in the world. Australian universities are widely recognized for excellence in many disciplines
    • Australia has a reputation for adopting new technologies at a faster rate than in most other countries and enters the new millennium with one of the highest rates of internet access in the world
    • Australian qualifications are recognized by employers and leading educational institutions in many countries around the world
    • Australia's national quality assurance system is unique both in its structure and its rigour. The country is committed to providing quality education to students -- be it national or international
    • Australia is a safe, multicultural, friendly and harmonious society. Australians value the wealth of cultural diversity and social sophistication that international students bring to the campuses and communities
    • Cost of living is cheaper compared to the UK or US
    • Australia which offers more job facilities in multiple disciplines
    • Attracting foreign students offers more scholarship opportunities compared to the United States or the UK
    • Australia offers research opportunities to eligible professionals willing to enhance their career. The biggest advantage is Australia offers country-based research that is spread all over the continent


    Australia for International Students

                   Australia has gained immense popularity among international students as an ideal study destination. While it promises to offer high-quality education, it also ticks all boxes fulfilling other expectations of international students that makes studying and living in Australia a unique experience. The relatively flexible entry criteria to get admission in Australia with easier access to high ranked universities and the study schedules allow international students to manage their studies, research and part-time employment with ease. Its multicultural society with a safe learning environment and friendly natives offers a home away from home making masters or bachelors study in Australia an experience of a lifetime.


    Education System in Australia

    Australia has the third-highest number of international students in the world after the United Kingdom and the United States. Australia also has seven of the top 100 universities in the world. Australia's national quality assurance system is unique in its structure and rigor. The Australian Quality Training Framework has been set up by the government to strengthen the quality assurance processes in education. There are three types of education institutions in Australia. Universities, Vocational institutions and  Schools. Universities offering Offering Graduate, Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters and PhD. Vocational institutions are Both government and private funding are closely linked with various industries offering highly practical and skill-based courses.


     Universities and Colleges in Australia


    • The University of New South Wales, Sydney

    • The University of Queensland, Brisbane

    • Monash University, Melbourne

    • The University of Adelaide, Adelaide

    • The University of Newcastle, Newcastle

    • Macquarie University, Sydney

    • Curtin University, Perth

    • Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane

    • RMIT University, Melbourne

    • Deakin University, Melbourne & Geelong

    • University of South Australia, Adelaide

    • Griffith University, Gold Coast & Brisbane

    • University of Tasmania, Hobart, Launceston & Sydney

    • Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne

    • La Trobe University, Melbourne & Sydney

    • Flinders University, Adelaide

    • James Cook University, Townsville, Cairns, & Brisbane

    • Western Sydney University, Sydney (Parramatta & City campuses)

    • CQ University Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth

    • University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, &

    • Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Lismore and Cofts Harbour

    • Australian Catholic  University,  North Sydney,  Melbourne,  Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide

    • Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane

    • Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth

    • International College of Management Sydney

    • Engineering Institute of Technology, Perth

    • Airways Aviation, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast

    • The Hotel School, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney

    • SAE Institute, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth Australian National University College, Canberra

    • UNSW Global, Sydney

    • Monash College international Twinnln JZ Protz.ram Tavlors College Sydney

    • The University of Adelaide College

    • UTS College, Sydney

    • The  University   of  Newcastle   College  of  International   Education,  Newcastle Curtin College, Perth

    • Deakin College, Melbourne

    • South Australia Institute of Business & Technology, Adelaide

    • Griffith College, Gold Coast & Brisbane

    • La Trobe College, Melbourne

    • James Cook University College. Townsville, & Cairns

    • Sydney Institute of Business & Technology, Sydney

    • Edith Cowan College


    Hot courses in Australia

    •  Medicine

    •  Engineering

    • Health care management

    •  Aviation

    •  Pilot

    •  Hospitality

    •  Travel & Tourism

    •  Nursing

    •  Logistics

    •  Pharmacy

    • Life Science

    •  Hotel Management

    •  Mass Communication

    •  Social Work

    •  Psychology

    •  Forensic Medicine

    •  Criminology

    •  Sports Science and Nutrition

    •  Culinary

    •  Maritime Studies

    •  Finance

    •  Accounting

    •  Business

    •  Law

    • Journalism

    • Visual media

    • Fashion designing

    •  Interior designing

    •  Game developing

    •  Animation



    GTE Form Australia

          Genuine Temporary Entrant

    • The GTE requirements (Genuine Temporary Entrant) are a set of information that a visa applicant who wishes to study in Australia needs to provide in the form of a personal statement to the Australian High Commission. The information provided includes several parameters through which the authorities note whether the applicant is genuine or not. As a result, the applicant must ensure that he/she gives authentic information.

    CRICOS Australia

            Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Education

    • This is the official Australian Government website that lists all Australian education providers that offer courses to people studying in Australia on student visas and the courses offered.

    AQF Australia

          Australian Qualifications Framework

    • It is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. It incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework. 


    Entry requirements



           NO BAND LESS THAN 




       Listening 4,Reading 4,writing14,Speaking 14 






        Cambridge C1 Advanced test   


        154 in each test components



    Cost to study in Australia

       SI NO     

                 STUDY PROGRAM

             AVERAGE ANNUAL FEE ( in AU$ )  

     Diploma & Advanced Diploma

            AU$10,000   to   AU$14,000

     Bachelor's degree           

             AU$15,000   to   AU$19,000 

    Graduate diplomas &  Masters    

             AU$15,000     to   AU$23,000



    Stayback and work rights

    • Bachelors have 2 years stay back
    • Masters by course work have 2 years stay back and it  can be extended by 2 years
    • Masters by research (3 years )up to 3 years stay back
    •  PhD students  up to 4 years stay back



    Work rights

    • Work Rights And Stayback In Australia

    • 20 hours per week(40 hours during vacation)

    • 2 year stayback for Bachelors

    • 2 years stayback for Masters by Course(It can be extended to another 2 years)

    • 3 years stayback for Masters by Research(For Phd-4 years)

    • Masters-Full time work rights for spouse

    • Bachelors-Can take their spouse,but have no work right



    • February
    •  July
    • November



    Scholarships in Australia

            The Australian government and universities offer numerous scholarships and bursaries to the international students to study in Australia. Scholarships are offered for undergraduate and postgraduate as well as research programs.They can be awarded based on particular faculties, courses or the nationality of the student. Most of the Australian Universities offer scholarships to meritorious students automatically, based on their academic credentials and there is no separate application to be sent. In some cases, students may have to apply separately after receiving the offer letter.

    • Australia Awards Scholarships

    • The University of Adelaide Scholarship(International)

    • Deakin International Scholarship 

    • International Merit Scholarships

    • Future Leader Scholarships

    • Macquarie University India Scholarship

    • Swinburne International Excellence Scholarship(Post graduate Studies)


    Internships in Australia

         As a graduate student, internships can prove to be a vital link for a seamless transition from your college campus to a high paying job. Internships while studying abroad help you gain real world experience by developing essential skills that employers look for - confidence, communication, professionalism and work ethics. 

    Being an intern adds significant value to your resume and helps you build a professional network, ultimately enhancing the chances of getting your dream job.  

    • You can opt for paid or unpaid internships and prepare for a global career while you are pursuing the program, during the vacation, or soon after graduation.

    • Internships may be part-time or full-time. They are usually part-time during a university semester and full-time during the summer, winter or Easter holidays.

    • Semester internships are available during spring, summer, fall, and winter semesters.

    • The internships abroad usually last an entire semester and some may even last an entire year. The longer duration programs help you to explore the work processes and acquire the technical know-how.

    • Some internships are paid while others help you to earn academic credits.

    • The duration and stipend vary depending on the university or the organization.

    Get a glimpse of some international universities of repute that offer internships as a part of their course curriculum for international students who aim to study abroad.



    Types of part time works available here

        If you are going to pursue further education after professional experience, it is possible to apply for a part time jobs related to your qualification and experience. You can apply for internships and project assistant posts at companies. Apart from this student will have an opportunity to work in on campus and Off campus jobs.

    On Campus Jobs:

    • Research assistant
    • Teaching assistant
    • Student Alumni
    • Librarian
    • Students support Team
    • Campus tour guide, etc.

    Off Campus jobs:

    • Sales jobs in supermarkets, departmental stores
    • In Hotels and restaurants, cafes, and bars
    • Petrol Bunks
    • Day care and Old age homes
    • Farming and related activities
    • Sales and telemarketing
    • Part time tutor, etc.

       It will support you for your day to day expenses or just living expenses. So you can not completely depend on the part time earnings to support your education while you are in Australia.


    Cost of Living in Australia

          Living Cost - 21041 Australian Dollar

    • 3 month old fund

    • Sponsors can be relatives rather than blood relations

    • Sponsors have to submit Financial Matrix to show their capability for expenses.They have to produce all proofs of their income


    Documents required

    • 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 
    • Statement of purpose(SOP)
    • Passport-sized photographs
    • Application form (with application fee if applicable)
    • SSC/10th standard mark sheet and certificate
    • Intermediate/12th standard mark sheet and certificate (class XI mark sheet if class XII results are not yet declared)
    • Graduation degree mark sheets/ Degree Certificate/Provisional degree certificate/Course completion certificate
    • Master degree mark sheets/ degree/Provisional degree certificate/Course completion certificate
    • IELTS/TOEFL scorecard
    • GMAT score report (if applicable)
    • Particulars of research proposal/publications (if applicable)
    • Resume / Bio-data ( resume is mandatory for MBA)
    • Work experience letters (if applicable)
    • Portfolio of work must also be included, in case of application for courses in art / design etc

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