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Australians are lively people. Their hearts are as large as the continent-country. And this quality extends to their education system too.

Australia is one of the top favorite countries preferred by thousands of Indian and international students. An estimate suggests that roughly 110,000+ Indian students are presently studying in Australia.

This sixth largest country and sixteenth wealthiest country in the world is home to several inventions, including the hugely popular Google Maps! Its unique position – a huge landmass located well below the equator – has earned it the nickname Land Down Under.

With fine weather, friendly people and a fantastic career-driven education system, Australia is poised to attract even more students to its hold.

Top Reasons to Study in Australia

The Australian education system is both challenging and rewarding. Students with potential often excel in their studies and find life-changing career opportunities in Australia. The exposure to scores of international students adds to their benefit. Australian degrees are recognized globally, which means that a student can choose to settle in another country for better opportunities.

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Global Universities are in Australia

3,50,000+

International Students study in Australia

Pathway Programs

Students with lower score can opt for pathway programs, leading to degree programs

Study Gap

Of 1 year allowed - Students must give genuine reason for the gap

3 Yrs PSWV

Get up to 3 years post-study work visa

Spouse Dependent Visa

Spouse allowed to join from day 1

Scholarships

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20 hr/week

You are also eligible for 20 hr/week part-time job opportunities*

Study in Australia

Things you would like to know about:

Education in Australia is defined, delivered and mandated by the Australian Qualification Framework. Every college, university and educational institute abides by it.

This framework not only allows students to navigate through the course easily, but also makes the course globally recognized; whether it is a diploma, certificate course, vocational course, bachelor’s program or master’s program.

Australian universities offer a total of 2 intakes: February intake & October / November intake 

Higher education system in Australia comprises of three types of institutes. They are: private colleges, universities and TAFEs (Technical and Further Education).

Students need to clear all the subjects they have enrolled to obtain their degree. Australia offers 4 different types of degrees.

They are; Diploma/Advance Diploma, Bachelors, Masters & Doctorate/PhD.

Tuition fees in Australia is slightly above average, or on a higher side.

Diplomas, certificate courses and vocational courses can cost anywhere between $4000-$20000 per year, bachelor and master’s programs can range between $2000-$50000 per year depending on the course and university of choice.

In many ways, Australia is like India. It’s a huge country with natural beauty and man-made wonders. There are mountains and rivers to explore, hikes and treks to take and several historic monuments to visit.

Australia has a consistently booming economy, a scaling GDP, very politically stable leadership, and a conducive environment for corporates. This makes it a preferred destination for business ventures.

Global MNCs from segments such as healthcare, construction, manufacturing, finance, FMCG, etc. are on a constant lookout for young and deserving professional candidates.

Students must fulfil criteria mentioned below to be eligible for applying for admission in a Australian University:

  1. Must be an Undergraduate: 10+2.
  2. Minimum 3 years of Bachelors Degree to apply for PGDM.
  3. Need to have good score in TOEFL/IELTS/Duo Lingo.

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