Study in Australia
Australia has the third largest number of International students after USA and UK and more than 12000 Indian students go to Australia every year. Regardless of what you are studying for or how long you are studying, Australia’s laws promote quality education and protection for international students. This includes the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code).
Australia offers a variety of flexible programs ranging from degree programs to short term industry intensive programs.
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Australia is famous for its course in Hospitality, tourism, IT, agriculture, mining & education.
Australian universities offer two major intakes in July and February though some even have mid- term intakes around September/October.
Streamlined Visa Processing or SVP helps students in fast processing of visa. However, student needs to submit required documents in proper format. Our visa experts guide you in preparing the correct documents and hassle free visa filing.
Australia offers part time work opportunities to students of 20 hours per week during course time and 40 hours per week full-time during vacation periods and also the option of post study work permit on completion of 2 years of Study in Australia.
IELTS is accepted by all universities & colleges as proof of English proficiency and the requirement is 6.0 Bands for most courses.
Quality Education at affordable cost: Australia offers a high standard of quality education and provides value for money by offering shorter and more intensive courses. Higher Education Institutions rank among the world’s best and the quality of education they offer is correspondingly high. The cost for program ranges approximately between AUD 9K – 20K.
Variety of Courses: The educational institutions in Australia offer a wide variety of courses in multitude of subject areas like science, arts, engineering, hospitality, tourism, media and so on. The duration of the master’s program ranges between 1 to 2 years.
Acceptance of Indian System of Education: Unlike countries like USA and Canada, Australian educational institutions accept 3 years’ undergraduate degrees offered in India. Moreover, most of them do not require international exams like GRE or SAT for admission to their Master’s & Bachelor’s programs.
Government Controlled Education System: The quality of education in Australia is guaranteed as the entire education system is controlled by the Australian Government. There is no formal ranking of universities. Thus students from all around the world have long made Australia their cherished education destination.
Part time work opportunities: Another reason which makes Australia popular among students is the opportunity to work part time for 20 hours per week during course time and 40 hours per week full-time during vacation periods.
Post Study Work & Immigration: International students can apply for skilled graduate visa after the completion of 2 years’ full time study in Australia. This visa allows students to work full time for 2 years and thereby gain points for General Skilled Migrant Policy of PR.
- Griffith University
- Deakin University
- Edith Cowan University
- Southern Cross University
- University of Ballart
- Central Queensland University
- TAFE Western Australia
- Holmesglen Institute of TAPE
- Bradford College
- Kaplan Business School
Australia has an Integrated nationwide system of qualifications, known as the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF), Which is recognized by the Australian Government. Under this, students can move easily from one level of study to the next and receive credit for previous study. It brings together the quality offered at different levels.
- How to select the best course and university? Is there any ranking available for Australian Universities?
There is no official ranking available. However, there are private ranking available which rank university in terms of infrastructure, student satisfaction and other such criteria. For selecting the best course keep in mind your academic background, grades, work experience and career goals.
- Are Australian degrees recognized worldwide? Why is SAT and GRE not asked for by all the Australian Universities?
Australian Universities are recognized worldwide. The reason why Australian Universities do not insist upon students going for a SAT or GRE etc. is because these exams are for American Universities so students have to give these tests to be judged by American Standards. Australia and India recognize each other’s degrees; however, it may be asked by some Universities to assess the overall ability of the student.
- My Education has been in English. Do I still need to sit for IELTS?
IELTS is a mandatory requirement. Though if you are unable to secure required scores, you have the option of ELICOS.
- Can I find a Job placement after my course completion?
After two years of full time study in Australia you can apply for Skilled Graduate Visa whereby you can stay and work in Australia.
- How long does Student VISA application procedure require?
The average time taken by the Australian High Commission for the visa procedure is anywhere between 8 to 12 weeks depending on the individual’s background, so the students need to apply for their visas at least 3 months prior to their course commencement.
- How do I know if I am eligible for the permanent residency (PR)?
Currently a student needs to cover up to 120 points to become eligible for the PR: The points can be obtained by a combination of the following: course, age, English language proficiency, duration of the study in Australia, studying in a regional area, working part time. For further details and to test your points, visit the following website:www.immi.gov.au.
The living costs depends on the location where you are residing, the type of accommodation you chose and personal lifestyle.