Australia has, in recent years, has witnessed a hike in the number of students coming in to pursue high level education. This hike can be fully attributed to the quality of education these reputed institutes guarantee, at reasonable fees without compromising the facilities. This make it the best option for MBBS abroad.

Why Australia?
• Their standards of education are unmatched with any other country and is recognized worldwide, because of curriculum they follow.
• The curriculum inculcates very versatile education and pragmatic approach.
• The laboratories are well-equipped and this supports applicable research.
• The universal benchmark in schooling can be best experienced in Australia, by their unique academic techniques.
• Accreditation to Medical Council of India(MCI) cuts off the need of screening procedure by the MCI.
• The institutes aims at holistic development of students rather than mere theoretical knowledge, and pushes the students to be imaginative and boosts their proficiency and confidence.
• There are a large number of institutions for the eligible students to choose from.

For undergraduates, basic qualification of higher secondary education from a recognized institution, minimum age of 17 years and IELTS score of 7 are the entry level requirements. Apart from this, the international students are required to have UMAT qualification.

For graduates, a graduation degree with an excellent academic record, Aptitude test, Personal interview, Result of Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test (GAMSAT) are the requirements.

Admission Process:
Higher Secondary School certificate with qualifying marks, UMAT Score, English Proficiency Certificate such as IELTS, Meeting or Personal Interview, Essay writing and Group discussion are the sequential steps in acquiring admission in any of the Australian institutions.

MBBS Fee Structure for Indian students:


Universities Fee (in INR)
The University of Melbourne 1.78 Cr
The Australian National University Medical School 13.9 Lacs
Monash University 15.2 Lacs
The University of Sydney 25 Lacs
Deakin University 10.2 Lacs
University of Tasmania 10 Lacs
University of New South Wales 23.5 Lacs
University of Adelaide 16 Lacs
James Cook University of Medical School 17 Lacs
Bond University 34.8 Lacs

Visa process for MBBS:
The aspiring students are required to apply for a Student Visa (Subclass 500), which allows them to stay for any study program up to 5 years.

Enrolment proof (electronic confirmation of the university), passport, Visa submission fee, Genuine temporary entrant (GTE) statement, Academic certificates, Certificate of English expertise skills (like IELTS), Evidence of financial statement (for tuition fees, living expenses, expenses for dependents), Details of health insurance policy (Overseas Students Health Cover), Statement of purpose, Passport size photographs and Parent consent documents for Applicants below 18 are required for applying for visa.

Scholarship options:
The Australian Awards Endeavor Scholarships and Fellowships offers many scholarships and grants. Some of the top 5 scholarships for MBBS are:

1. Norte Dame scholarship: Offered by Norte Dame university, this need based and merit based scholarship is very limited. The students who have completed International Student Certification of Finances and Financial Aid profile are among the eligible candidates.
2. Australia Award Scholarship: Administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, this is aimed at contributing to the long-term development needs of the partner countries of Australia.
3. Tasmanian International Scholarship: This award provides a reduction in 25% of tuition fees, for students with consistently good grades.
4. Lindsay MCWha International: Provides 50% of accommodation funding for Indian students under the University of Adelaide.
5. Sydney Achievers international awards: Offered to the new international students at University of Sydney Australia who are found meritorious and achieving.

Top Universities:
Almost all of the institutions in Australia opens up a window of opportunities for the students. However the top universities are:

1. The University of Melbourne
2. The Australian National University Medical School
3. Monash University
4. The University of Sydney
5. Deakin University
6. University of Tasmania
7. University of New South Wales
8. University of Adelaide
9. James Cook University of Medical School
10. Bond University

Cost of living:
Evidences of sound financials and confirmation of AU$20,290 for living expense are prerequisites by The Department of Home Affairs of the Australian Government.
Weekly expense rounds up to AU$85 and AU$440 every week for convenience depending upon whether you are living in a shared settlement situated on grounds, or in a private leased loft. An extra AU$311 every week will be needed for nourishment, gas and power, transportation, etc.

Working after MBBS:
A rundown is maintained, known as Skilled Occupation List (SOL) and it includes the employments that are in medium to popularity in the nation. On being selected to the enterprise or occupation, you can work in the nation.

Applying for jobs:
• Grant permission from the Australian government
• College provides placements to the students to work as trainees
• Online websites to apply for jobs
• Government hospitals aids for new trainee officials

For more details contact your nearest Global Knowledge Works Branch or call us on 9643362320

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