Why Study in Australia?
- Australian universities and colleges are recognised globally for high standards of education and curriculum.
- Graduates from Australia are very successful and hold prominent positions worldwide because Australian qualifications are in huge demand by global employers.
- Multicultural Australia is a reliable, friendly, advanced and cooperative society in which students can learn and earn.
- Scholarship opportunities are available for international students and many students every year are taking advantages because of their excellent academics.
Essential documentation required
- The notary attested photocopies of 10th, 12th, Graduate Degree (if applicable) or Certificates of all the academic accomplishments Mark Sheets including Backlogs
- Proof of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, PTE
- Statement of Purpose (SOP)
- Resume/CV (including all details)
- Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
- Two academic references
- Two references from employers (where applicable)
- Passport sized photographs
- Note: Documents may vary as per the individual universities and individual courses in Australia.
Living in Australia
Australia is a diverse and multicultural nation. It is remarkably welcoming towards international students and migrants and celebrates the various cultures from which they come. Moving to Australia means running towards opportunities: Australia is a new country where the population, the economy, and the opportunities are increasing quickly.
Australian economy is growing and this is the place where job opportunities are available to everyone. Australia is a beautiful destination for migrants due to its affluence, quality of life and outstanding career opportunities.
How much will an Australian education cost?
One of the most important aspects of choosing your study abroad destination is cost. Cost of higher education in Australia is quite affordable.
The first factor to consider education costs in Australia is the average tuition fees. This ranges from $22,000 – $35,000.
Accommodation – $100 to $250 per week
Other Living Expenses
Groceries and Food – $80 to $200 per week
Gas and electricity – $60 to $100 per week
Phone and Internet – $15 to $40 per week
Public transport – $15 to $45 per weekCar (after purchase) – $150 to $250 per week
List of Universities/Institutions in the Australia
- Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT)
- Central Queensland University
- Griffith University
- RMIT University
- The Australian National University (ANU)
- University of Canberra
- University of Queensland
- University of Tasmania
- University of Wollongong
- Deakin University
- La Trobe University
- Charles Darwin University
- Monash University
- Victoria University
- Macquarie University
- Charles Sturt University
- Curtin University