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The third most sought-after destination for international students; growing popularity among Indian students. Read more about this immigrant friendly nation!


Why Study in Australia?

Let’s Look at the Numbers!

  • As per the latest QS University Rankings 2018:
    • Seven of its universities are included in the Top 100 list including The Australian National University (Rank 20), The University of Melbourne (Rank 41) and The University of New South Wales (Rank 45) and The University of Queensland (Rank 47)
  • Each year, over 600,000 international students representing 140 nationalities on an average choose to study in Australia


Top Universities/Colleges

Australia is home to over 41 universities most of which are public institutions. The most popular and globally top-ranked universities in Australia are collectively referred to as the Group of 8 (Go8), an alliance of the leading research-intensive universities. They encompass some of the biggest and oldest Australian universities known for the high quality of education provided in subject areas such as biological sciences, anthropology, literature, accounting and finance, environmental sciences, law and education.

Go8 universities

  • The Australian National University
  • The University of Sydney
  • The University of Melbourne
  • The University of Queensland
  • The University of New South Wales
  • Monash University
  • The University of Adelaide
  • The University of Western Australia

Powerful Reasons to Study in Australia

Top Quality Education Affordable Education Immigrant Friendly Destination Strong Employment Prospects
Strong in research Affordable Tuition and Living Costs Attractive Post-Study Work Options Extensive Job Opportunities
Go8 universities High Standard of Living Permanent Residency Opportunities Internships, part-time roles, etc.


Popular Fields of Undergrad Study

Popular Fields

  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science
  • Business/Management Studies
  • Applied Computing
  • Robotics
  • Computer Systems

Some Australian universities like The University of South Wales, University of Queensland, University of Sydney and Monash University offer the First Year Flexible Program for engineering undergrad that provides students extra time to learn about engineering and its various fields before deciding on the exact discipline they will choose at the end of their first year.


Program Duration & Cost of Education

Duration Cost of Education per annum (Tuition Plus Living)
Three to four years
Bachelor’s Degree – Level 7 – three years
Bachelor’s Degree (Honors) – Level 8 – three to four years
Average Cost of Tuition: AUD 45000-50000
Science: Tuition –AUD 33000
Business: Tuition –AUD 33000
Arts: Tuition –AUD 29000
Living Cost – AUD 20000


Eligibility Criteria for Undergrad Programs

Strong Academic Credentials Standardized Test Scores Strong Extra Curriculars
12 years of elementary & secondary education;
70-85% marks in higher secondary education
SAT is not required; AP scores are accepted
IELTS Score: Min 6.5
State/National/International Level participation
Declamations, Model United Nations, Olympiad, and several more

Many students choose to take English Language courses (ELICOS – English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) offered in the Australian universities and institutions.


Intake & Application Deadlines

  • Course start dates usually vary by course. The course period typically starts in late February and goes on until mid-November.
  • Course enrolments start at the beginning of the year (usually in January or February), but application dates are mostly towards the end of the previous year. Some universities in Australia also have a mid-year intake (usually in July) for certain courses.


Student Visa Terms and Provisions

  • Student visa to Australia is offered after enrolling for a full-time course of study registered with the Commonwealth Registry of International Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)
  • A Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) which is mandatorily required in order to apply  for student visa.
  • A student visa holder in Australia can normally work for a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during the course and unlimited hours during the semester breaks and the end of the course.


Post-Study Options

  • Students interested in pursuing post graduate opportunities in Australia need to extend their student visa (subclass 573)
  • International students need temporary work visas (Post-Study Work Stream Visa) to work full-time and stay in Australia for two years following the completion of their undergraduate course.

So, if you are interested in obtaining an Australian Bachelor degree, with its world-class education system and immense international exposure, then contact our representative right away!

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