- Australia, also known as Kangaroo Country, is actually much more than just a country of Kangaroos. It holds 6 top universities out of the top 100 universities of the world.
- Australian universities have outstanding learning and research facilities. They not only offer unique academic excellence but also its academic system offers incomparable students experience. A degree earned in such a peerless country is valued all over the world.
- Australia is one of the most liveable countries in the world which has diverse cultures and nationalities. It offers a myriad of internships, job opportunities and experiences. It also offers a way to extend your stay once your student visa expires.
- Subclass visa 485 is biggest benefit of Studying in Australia. Also called as Temporary visa, it can be availed by any international student who has studied minimum of 2 years in Australia. This visa has the validity of maximum 4 years.
- Easy and Quick visa process
- Lot of work opportunities
- Vibrant city life
- Easy Communication as their first language is English
- Internationally acclaimed universities
Quick Facts About Australia
- 6 of the world’s top 100 universities are in Australia
- Australian Education system holds 8th position in the Universities 2019 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, higher than France, Germany, Norway and Japan.
- Melbourne and Sydney are placed at 6th and 8th positions respectively in the QS Best Student Cities 2022 list.
- Working hours have been increased from 20 to 40 hours a week for the students studying in Australia in the year 2022.
- Australia to provide over $11 million under 'Maitri Scholarship Program’.
- Australian Universities have Produced 16 Nobel Laureates in the field of Physiology or Medicine.
- Biomedical Engineering
- Actuarial Science
- Core Engineering
- Agricultural Sciences
- Business Management
- Earth Sciences
- Computer Science & Information Technology
- University of Melbourne
- University of Queensland
- Monash University
- Australian National University
- University of Sydney
- UNSW Sydney
- University of Canberra
- University of Western Australia
- University of Adelaide
- The University of Technology, Sydney
Cost of Education in Australia
|Sr. No||Degree||Average Fees(AUD)||Average Fees(INR)|
|1||UG||AUD 20,000 - 45,000||INR 10,64,494 - 23,95,069|
|2||PG||AUD 22,000 - 50,000||INR 11,70,841 - 26,61,002|
|3||PhD||AUD 18,000 - 42,000||INR 9,57,961 - 22,33,920|
|4||Diploma||AUD 26,000 - 30,000||INR 13,82,903 - 15,95,657|
Cost of Living in Australia
- When living in a foreign Land as a student, it is recommended to keep track of your expenses so that you do not overspend. According to the Australian Government, generally living expenses amount to $20,000 annually. An international student spends between $21,000 and $28,000 per year (Depending on the lifestyle they choose)
|Sr. No||Type of Expense||Average Cost in AUD|
|3||Basic Amenities||AUD 500|
- Hostels and guesthouses: $90 to $150 per Week
- On campus: $90 to $280 per Week
- Homestay: $235 to $325 per Week
- Rental: $165 to $440 per week
Other Living Expenses can be up to 900$ Depending on Your Lifestyle
- Groceries & Eating Out
- Gas & Electricity
- Phone & Internet
- Public Transport
- Car (Ongoing Cost)
- For international Students whose first language isn’t English, they need to meet certain academic entry requirements to ensure that admission is approved.
- For studying Undergraduate degree international student must have at least 65% marks in XII and have reached the age of 17 years.
- For Masters they need to have completed at least 3 years college degree or 4 years degree in case of science stream.
The tests which are accepted by the universities in Australia:
- PTE Academic
- The better the score in Standard XII and above mentioned tests, the higher will be chances of getting acceptance from the university.
Documents required for the student visa in Australia
- A complete application form
- Passport in original and copy
- Letter of acceptance from the university you applied to
- Evidence that you can financially afford your studies (62,222 AUD/year which includes tuition fees, travel costs and living costs)
- Australian accepted health insurance that covers your stay in the country
- English proficiency test results
- Criminal record verification results
- Proof that you have paid the visa fees.