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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 has the highest number of foreign students in the world after UK & US, with top 100 universities in the world to achieve your aspirations and dreams of higher education and study in Australia.
- Australia has a modern, highly educated civilization with a desire for knowledge and research, as a result has contributed to science and research through intriguing discoveries, high quality educational opportunities, and international partnership.
- Australia is located in the neighborhood of Asia, one of the best ever developing regions, so has immediate ties to most powerful trade and industry hubs in the world.
- Australia has excellent education system and high standard of living making it hot spot for international students.
- Australia is a country of opportunities for career, new culture and adventure. There are many reasons why international students choose to study in Australia
WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?
Globally recognized qualifications
A great place to study and work
Research focused & technology driven education
Attractive scholarships and bursaries
One of the highest standards of living in the world
Affordable education compared to UK, USA
Extremely friendly & co-operative people
Excellent Weather suitable for Indian students
Ample opportunities to work while studying
Post Qualification work & settlement options
Opportunities to explore job & PR prospects
Options for married students to take their spouses with full time work rights
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
Universities – Offering Graduate, Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters and PhD.
Vocational institutions -Both government and private funded closely linked with various industries offering highly practical and skill-based courses.
Schools- Both government and private funded
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STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
Approximately more than 22,000 courses over 1,000 institutions, a great number of fields or study areas are available, making it highly likely that you can take up your choice of degree, training or any course.
Seven out of the top 100 universities in the world can be found in Australia. Their university system also ranks 8th in the world, ahead of countries such as the UK, Germany and Japan. With these, Australia is recognized as a country that offers world-class education.
The quality of education is important, but another significant aspect of choosing a location or university is student life. Australia, in fact, houses six of the forty best student cities in the world. A survey in 2012 even revealed that 88% of international student respondents are satisfied or very satisfied with living in Australia. This is not surprising, as Australia is considered to be the fourth happiest country in the world.
WORK RIGHTS AND STAY BACK
- Part time work right – 40 hours per fort night when the courses in session and full time work rights for spouse for Masters, PhD and post-doctoral programs
- Bachelors 2 years stay back
- Masters by course work 2 years can be extended by 2 years
- Masters by research (3 years )up to 3 years & PhD students – up to 4 years
TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
IELTS: International English Language Testing System
PTE: Pearson Test of English (Academic)
Most frequent questions and answers
As with most other countries, the cost of education in Australia is dependent on the type and duration of your studies.
For example, English Language Courses are available at approximately $300/week. Vocational training or education on the other hand will cost you around $4,000 to $22,000. The significant difference in the range of cost is because vocational training or education usually awards Certificate Levels (from I to IV), Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, with the cost getting higher for the latter.
Undergraduate Bachelor Degrees will have you spending $10,000 to $33,000 a year. The higher cost is associated with pursuing your degree in a private university. Studies taken in a public institution will generally cost less.
Generally, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection requires $18,610 as the minimum cost of living to issue a student visa. Your living expenses in Australia will depend highly on which region you plan to live in. For example, more urbanized areas will have higher costs for accommodation. The type of accommodation is also important. Hostels and guesthouses range from $80 to $135 a week, while shared rentals and on-campus accommodation will cost $70 to $250. More expensive options are home stay ($110 to $270 per week) and rental ($100 to $400 per week).
Weekly expenses will most likely include groceries or eating out ($80 to $200), gas and electricity ($60 to $100), phone and internet ($20 to $50), public transport ($10 to $50) and entertainment ($50 to $100).
The Australian education system is distinguished from many other countries by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).(opens in a new window) The AQF was established in 1995 and is a national policy that covers qualifications from the tertiary education sector (higher education and vocational education and training) in addition to the school-leaving certificate; the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.
The AQF has 10 levels and links school, vocational and university education qualifications into one national system. This allows you to move easily from one level of study to the next, and from one institution to another, as long as you satisfy student visa requirements. It allows for choice and flexibility in career planning. All qualifications in the AQF help prepare you for both further study and your working life.
If you are studying an AQF qualification, you can be sure that your institution is Government-authorized and nationally accredited, and that your degree or other AQF qualification will be genuine.
- Australian Catholic University
- Charles Sturt University
- Macquarie University
- Southern Cross University
- University of New England
- University of New South Wales
- University of Newcastle
- University of Sydney
- University of Technology, Sydney
- Western Sydney University
- University of Wollongong