Australia

WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?

Australia is a rich multicultural society that welcomes people of all ethnicities and backgrounds. Offering a world class education set in a land of natural wonders, Australia provides a rich and rewarding personal experience. Here’s a look at some aspects that make Australia a great education destination for international students.

Affordability – Australian higher educational programmes consist of shorter more intensive courses. This makes the whole degree more affordable for students.

CRICOS Courses – Students can opt for prestigious and globally recognized CRICOS courses by Australian Universities.

Study the Latest in Technology & Trends – The Australian education system is reputed for curriculums that incorporate the latest in science & technology as well as utilising research on modern trends in marketing & management.

No Bridge Course Required –Australia accepts the Indian Graduation Standard of 12+3 unlike European and American education systems which require 12+4

LIST OF UNIVERSITIES

  • International College of Management Sydney (ICMS)
  • Study Group Taylors College (University of Sydney)

POPULAR COURSES

The Australian education system offers a wide array of courses covering various fields of study. Choose a full-time or part-time course, in a domain of your interest at the graduate or postgraduate level. Listed below are some popular areas of study for international students.

Engineering

Engineering Courses

  • Chemical
  • Electronics
  • Mechanical
  • Aeronautics
  • Telecommunications
Information Technology

Information Technology Courses

  • Information systems
  • Software development
  • Networking
Management

Management Courses

  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Operations Management
Mathematics / Statistics

Mathematics / Statistics Courses

  • Statistics
  • Specialized Mathematics
Health Sciences

Health Sciences Courses

  • Nursing
  • Nutrition
  • Family Healthcare
  • Pharmaceutical Science
Agriculture

Agriculture Courses

  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Horticulture
  • Forestry
Science & Computing

Science & Computing Courses

  • Computer Science
  • Chemistry
  • Biotechnology
Communications

Communications Courses

  • Mass communication
  • Journalism
  • PR
Hospitality & Tourism

Hospitality & Tourism

  • Hotel Management
  • Tourism Management
  • Culinary Sciences
Administration & Law

Administration & Law

  • Accountancy
  • Commerce
  • Administration
  • Finance
  • Economics
Education

Education Courses

  • Teaching
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Special Education
Humanities

Humanities

  • English
  • History
  • Psychology
  • Liberal Studies
Visual & Performing Arts

Visual & Performing aria-controls

  • Arts
  • Graphic Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Performing Arts
  • Music
Social Studies

Social Studies Courses

  • Arts
  • Graphic Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Performing Arts
  • Music

GETTING AN AUSTRALIAN VISA

You can apply for an Australian Student visa after you have been accepted to study full-time at an Australian University. If you are under 18 years of age, you also need to make welfare arrangements for the duration of your course. The stepwise process is outlined below.

  • Collect the requisite documents

  • Preparing the paperwork

  • Payments

  • Applying for the Student visa

  • Providing the additional documents

  • Track & Manage your application online

  • Get the visa decision

COST OF EDUCATION

The cost of education in any overseas destination will vary according to the course and university you choose. Most universities expect students to pay the tuition fees up-front. If you choose to study in Australia the average fees for an undergraduate course will be AUD 19000 per year and for doctoral programs, it is around AUD 28000 per year. Post-Graduation courses are approximately AUD 25000 per year. These figures are approximations to guide students and provide a ball-park estimate.

COST OF LIVING IN AUSTRALIA

International students living in Australia spend up to AUD 19000 per year on accommodation, food and other living expenses. This could vary depending on the individual circumstances and the city you live in.

HEALTH

When living in Australia as a student, it is compulsory to have a health insurance policy. Also known as the overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) – it costs approximately AUD 650 to AUD 700 per annum and it is also mandatory for any dependents who may be living with you for the duration of your studies.