Australia is the world’s sixth- largest country by total area & largest country in Oceania. It lies between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean. Canberra is its capital & Sydney is the largest city in Australia. The other Populous cities are Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth & Adelaide. It is 3rd most Favorite destination for International education.
Temperature- Australia boasts a Pleasant weather from temperate to tropic. It is a land of bright sunshine, surf beaches, tropical rivers, rainforests, mountain ranges, red deserts and rich green coastal plains.
The population of Australia is about twenty million as per the last census & has the lowest population density as per square kilometre. 5 best cities among the top 40 are in Australia who has the best Urban Infrastructure in the world.
Most Australians enjoy an excellent standard of living, good educational opportunities and a relaxed lifestyle made possible by the outstanding natural and economic features of the country
Benefits of Study in Australia:
- High International rankings of Australian universities. (7 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australia.
- 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia.
- 3rd most popular international destination in the world.
- Availability of scholarship to deserving candidates, more than Aus $20 Cr annual government investment on an international scholarship.
- 2 year Post study work permit available
- High minimum wage rate in comparison to other countries. (20-23 aus$/hour)
- Opportunity to work off campus- (20 hours/week in regular session and full time during vacation).
- Dependent allowed & can fly together also.
- Highest chances of Permanent residency.
Programs offered in Australia are Industry oriented & best suited to the employment market Nationally & Internationally both.
The courses Offered in Australia are accredited under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), these include-
Pathway programs, Bachelors’ degree, Master’ degree & Doctoral Programs.
There are 3 types of Educational institutes in Australia-
- Private colleges
Programs offered by Australian universities-
- Business Management & Accounting.
- IT & computer science.
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Engineering & Project management- Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics, Civil, Aerospace & Aviation,
- Education & teaching
- Nursing & Public Health/ Environment.
- Biotechnology & Biomedical science
- Design/ Media & communication
- Arts/ Public relation/ International relation.
- Architecture/ Urban Planning
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:
|OVERALL||NO BAND LESS THAN||OVERALL||NO BAND LESS THAN||OVERALL||NO BAND LESS THAN|
Note- Requirements are vary & depending on the university & Programs.
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Australian universities follow NOOSR guidelines-
(National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition-is an Australian government agency who provides assessments as to the educational level of an overseas qualification).
|INDIAN UNIVERSITIES ACCORDING TO NOOSR||PERCENTAGE REUIRED TO BE ELIGIBLE|
- There are Pathway programs at undergraduate & Postgraduate Level to students who are not able to meet the direct Entry requirements of universities where in English or at academic level.
PRIMARY VISA HOLDER
Once the course has started after that only student visa holders are allowed to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight when you are in regular session and unlimited hours when your course is out of session.
Work which is a mandatory part of your course is not included in the 40 hours per fortnight limitation.
Note- if you have commenced Master by research or doctoral degree in Australia there is no limit of working hours.
FAMILY MEMBERS GRANTED PERMISSION TO WORK
- A family member can work only after the commencement of study of a Primary student visa.
- A family member can work up to 40 hours per fortnight at all times unless the primary visa holder has started a course towards a master or doctoral degree, in this case, there is no limit on working hours of a family member.
A fortnight is a period of 14days starting on any Monday and ending on the second following Sunday.
You may take part in volunteer work outside of the 40 hours per fortnight work limitation Here volunteer describe as-
Volunteer work is work that:
- is unpaid (you can be provided with meals, accommodation or out-of-pocket living expenses)
- would not otherwise be done by an Australian for pay
- is short-term
- is incidental to your visit to Australia
- is done for a not-for-profit organisation
- benefits the community
COST OF EDUCATION (Figures Mentioned here at Annual Basis) :
|PARTICULARS||AMOUNT (IN AUS DOLLAR)|
|IELTS/TOEFL/PTE Exam fees||247-261|
|Tuition fees of universities||28000 to 30000|
|OSHC(overseas student health cover)||$1300-$2000*|
|Total Expenses||51837 approx|
|Part-time Earning||Approx 28800@20/hours**|
*Depend on the duration of the study (here it is mentioned for 2-3 years)
**You can work Part-Time up to 20 hours/ week during regular session & Full time during vacations.
*** Depends on university & candidate’s Academic Background.
|The University of Adelaide||Adelaide|
|Queensland University of Technology||Brisbane|
|University of South Australia||Adelaide|
|Deakin University||Melbourne, Geelong|
|University of Tasmania||Hobart and Launceston|
|Griffith University||Brisbane and Gold Coast|
|La Trobe University||Sydney Campus|
|James Cook University||Brisbane Campus|
|Swinburne University of Technology||Melbourne|
|Western Sydney University||City Campus|
|Western Sydney University||Sydney|
|CQ University||Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Rockhampton and others|
|Victoria University||Sydney Campus|
|University of Southern Queensland Education Centre||Sydney Campus|
|Australian Catholic University||Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra|
|Southern Cross University||Sydney, Melbourne, Lismore, Coffs Harbour|
|Charles Sturt University||Wagga Wagga (main campus)|
|Charles Sturt University International Study Centre||Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane City Centres|
|Torrens University||Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane|
|Le Cordon Bleu||Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney|
|ICMS (International College of Management, Sydney)||Sydney|
|EIT (Engineering Institute of Technology)||Perth|
|Australian Technical & Management College (leading to Federation University/Charles Darwin University/University of Sunshine Coast||Melbourne, Sydney|
|International Institute of Business & Information Technology (IIBIT) (leading to Federation University)||Sydney, Adelaide|
|Flinders International Study Center (leading to Flinders University)||Adelaide|
|Taylor’s College (leading University of Sydney and University of Western Australia)||Perth and Sydney|
|ANU College leading to Australian National University||Canberra|
|University of Adelaide College||Adelaide|
|Murdoch Institute of Technology (Murdoch University)||Perth|
|Zenith Business Academy||Sydney|
|Asia Pacific International College||Sydney and Melbourne|
|MEGA (Macquarie Education Group, Australia)|
|Australian Institute of Higher Education||Sydney|
|Curtin College (leading to Curtin University)||Perth|
|SIBT (Western Sydney University )||Sydney|
|LaTrobe University (Sydney Campus)||Sydney|
|Deakin College (leading to Deakin University)||Melbourne|
|LaTrobe Melbourne (leading to Latrobe University)||Melbourne|
|Eynesbury College (leading to University of Adelaide)||Adelaide|
|SAIBT (University of South Australia)||Adelaide|
|Griffith College (leading to Griffith University)||Brisbane|
|Newcastle International College (University of New Castle)||New Castle|
|TAFE International Western Australia||Perth|
|TAFE South Australia (leading to University of South Australia)||Adelaide|