Study In Australia
Study In Australia
As the world has become global Australia in the past few years has come into the limelight of the world and has become not only a top tourist destination due to its breathtaking beaches, lush green alps, golden coastlines and desserts but also a country to study and settle. Surrounded by Indian and Pacific Ocean it enjoys climates from extremely hot to extremely cold temperatures affected by the ocean currents. Australia is the world’s smallest continent and sixth largest country by land it is a well-developed country and has become the choice of many. Its economy is service sector dominated, manufacturing, agriculture, services, education mining and tourism play a major role in market capitalization it has rich natural resources and is the largest exporter of natural gases, iron ore, gold, wheat, wine and wool. Australian culture has a historical presence of British traits their language is English but they love to use slangs as they popularly call themselves “Aussies” they are very casual, easygoing, and use first names for addressing. Australia follows Christianity as their religion but as it has settlers from various part of the world as Muslims, Buddhists, Jews, and Hindus they celebrate and follow their own religion and celebrate their festivals. Education is an important pillar of Australia’s economy. Australia’s universities degrees and diplomas are globally recognized and have become a third largest choice of international students. Students are allowed to work for up to 20 – 40 Hours per fortnight a week during semesters and full-time during the university holidays. Australia offers options to pursue a higher level qualification or another field of study or post-study work opportunities.
- Third popular international destination for Studying
- Australian education is recognized globally
- Scholarships for International Students
- Visa process is simple
- Has cities that are known to be the best cities of the world
- ESOS Act to protect the interest of overseas students.
- Work Opportunities post education
Every University has its own entry requirements for admission based on the diploma and degree requirement.
- Australian National University (ANU),
- University of Melbourne
- University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)
- The University of Queensland (UQ)
- University of Sydney
- The University of Western Australia (UWA)
- The University of Adelaide
- University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
- University of Newcastle
- University of Wollongong
Students with strong academics, good performance on standardized exams & extracurricular achievements are eligible for scholarship awards.
Tentative Visa requirements
- Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (ECOE) certificate.
- Copy of offer letter from the university
- Bank Statement
- English language proficiency IELTS, TOEFL, scores
- Student Health Cover (OSHC).
Australia has three intakes. (Apply 7-8 months before the intake)
- September & November
Students with strong academics, good performance in their exams & extracurricular activities can apply for scholarship awards.
The Four Seasons of Australia
- Spring: September – November
- Summer: December – February
- Autumn: March-May
- Winter: June – August
Cost of Study in Australia
Australia is an expensive destination for studying and Cost of living in Australia for a student is estimated around AUS$32000 per year and tuition fees in every university differs on courses selected.
|Approximate Monthly Cost of Living of A Student in Australia||Cost ( In AUS Dollars)|
|Mobile Phone and Internet||150|
|Misc (cloths, stationary etc)||300|