Study and Settle in Australia

Australia is one of the most preferred destinations for Indian students to study and settle. Over years Lakhs of Indians have settled in Australia. Australia is a developed country with plenty of job opportunities. Main provinces in Australia where Indians go are New South Wales and Queensland, with primary cities as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. One can study and settle in Australia for ~15 Lakhs INR. 

Courses and Exams

Indian student go to Australia for both Undergraduate and Post-graduate courses in Business; Science and Engineering. Students need to clear class 12th (with 60% marks) for UG admission and bachelors (with 50% marks) for PG admission. English test IELTS (International English Language Testing System) needs to be given by every student looking to study in Australia. For UG one needs to score 6 in IELTS and for PG 6 in IELTS

 Education and Living cost in Australia

Education cost for UG is around 22 lakhs INR for 3 years while for PG is around 18-20 lakhs INR for 2 years. Accommodation and Food is the main living cost incurred by students. All universities and colleges provide accommodation to the students. Most of the students don’t take them as they prefer to take off campus accommodation which is lesser than the price of On Campus. Many students prefer to live outside campus to share the lower cost of living with friends. There are ample options of food for Indians and most Australian cities have Indian restaurants and shops. Per year living cost is around 5 lakhs INR. Hence total cost for UG would be around 35 lakhs INR and PG would be around 30 lakhs INR.

Part-time Jobs

Australia treats students as adults and provides them ample opportunities to learn and earn. Many part-time jobs are available for students within the campus and also around the campus. In Australia these part-time jobs are considered very respectful and also give a student a real life experience at work. This also enables students to earn their living cost and also understand the value of money. These jobs are like being accountants / cashier, managers at stores, sales people for different companies etc. Money is earned on hourly basis and minimum amount is pre decided. To make sure that student focus on study the government has restricted the part time job to only 20 hours per week. Typically a student can earn more than ~7.5 lakh INR per year.

 Availability of Finances

Finances – for college admission a student needs to keep 1 year of living cost ~5 Lakh INR. Apart from this 1st year tuition cost – around ~10 Lakh INR need to be transferred on confirmation of admission. Hence funds with around 15 Lakh INR. Funds can be fresh in your bank account and shouldn’t be old unlike other countries like US and UK.

 Job and Post study work-permit & Permanent Residency

After completing 2 years of full time Diploma or Degree in Australia a student get up to 2 years of work permit. During this work permit the day student completes 12 month of Full Time work experience he is eligible to apply for Permanent residency. It takes 6 -12 months to have it. If course duration is less than 92 weeks, no work permit is assured

Cost of Education in Australia

Not just studying in Australia, but moving to a different country for your education comes with a whole of baggage and planning. Expenditure is one of the core aspects to look into since the economies of countries are highly variable. The student must be sure beforehand that he/she can conveniently afford the minimum living costs of the place along with the college fee. Thus, to make the process easier, we’ve compiled our research to present estimated costs of studying in Australia, so that that student can move on to focus on the next step of their stay in the country.

 

TUITION FEE

 This is going to be the primary expenditure a student has to face and will probably be one of the highest they come across. Although the amount of tuition fee would largely depend on the course and the university, along with any scholarships granted to the applicant. An indicative idea would be about AUD 20,000 – 30,000 per annum for a tertiary university. Anyone who’s already gotten into a college would be aware of the fee structure, and anyone planning to apply to should look into its tuition fee before concluding. A comprehensive list of the annual tuition fee of each program is mentioned below in AUD:

  1. Vocational Training (4,000 – 22,000)
  2. Undergraduate (15,000 – 35,000)
  3. Postgraduate (20,000 – 42,000)
  4. Doctoral (20,000 – 42,000)

Similar to most countries, generalized courses such as humanities and education courses are cheaper whereas specialized courses such as engineering and medicine are likely to be relatively more expensive. Similarly, post-graduate courses are much more expensive than undergraduate courses on a per annum scale but shorter in duration. It is highly recommended to also apply for scholarships, you never know when you get lucky!

 

VISA COSTS

               It is best to consult a counsellor regarding the student visa process as it must not fiddled with. A valid student comes with its own costs and can cost anywhere around AUD 606.

 

ACCOMMODATION COSTS

 It is preferable that students, especially international ones, opt for on-campus accommodation facilities. It is not only much more affordable, but it would be much easier for you to connect with those around you as well as suit your educational requirements. Being around both international and native students from similar courses will enhance social life, bring you easy help and allow you to settle conveniently in a country you are absolutely clueless about – in short, it’s a great way to make friends quickly!

The only challenge posed is that not everyone would get to have access to this facility, which is primarily decided either based on score or a first-cum-first-serve basis. It is essential to book a slot for yourself as early as possible, which should cost around AUD 110-280 per week, where each student has the option to choose either fully-catered or self-catered halls of residence.

If a student desires to live off-campus, the most common options include renting an apartment with shared room-mates (generally from the same university or ethnicity), or a homestay with a local family. A home stay generally costs AUD  235-325 per week, whereas rentals cost anywhere around AUD 180-440, which when shared falls down to AUD 95-215 per week. Other options include hostels and guest houses which charge AUD 90-150 per week whereas hostels will charge annually an amount between AUD 11,000-22,000.

 

LIVING EXPENSES

Living expenses cover a variety of sub-categories but essentially refer to all things that you need to survive in a city such as food, transportation, toiletries, social activities etc. It is a good practice to set a budget beforehand and document each expense so as to not overspend. Considering all costs, a student is Australia generally carries a total of AUD 20,000-27,000, where the average living cost is AUD 21,041.

A breakdown summary of living costs per week in AUD is highlighted below:

  1. Food and drinks (140-280)
  2. Gas and electricity (10-20)
  3. Public Transport (30-60)
  4. Car Expenses (150-260)
  5. Entertainment (80-150)
  6. Phone and Internet (15-30)

An outline into transportation: Students generally have two options – either the college provides a shuttle services to and fro or the student would use public transportation

Transportation would be both short distance (regional trains, buses and subways) and long distance (rail, air, ferries, and water taxies). For short-distance travel, it is best to sign up for monthly passes which can be fairly cheap. A short ride on the bus would cost about AUD 3, where a weekly past is about AUD 20 and a monthly pass would cost AUD 80. A buffer amount should be kept for long-distance travel occasionally.

 

HEALTH INSURANCE

Health insurance is a mandatory, so don’t even plan to skip on this. Enrolling for a medical insurance would cost an approximate of AUD 500, and can be covered under Overseas Student Health Cover.

 

TAXES

Most college students prefer working part-time, alongside their education, to ease the burden of expenses. To work in Australia, an TFN or a Tax File Number is to be generated and acquired which permits the student to work for 20 hours per week during academic sessions and full-time during vacations. This earned income is taxable, and should not be ignored.

The budgeting process involved varies on a lot of factors and there will be a high influx based on exchange rate variations. This makes a part-time job and scholarships a must during your stay in Australia.

Major Benefits of Studying in Australia

  1. Behind United States and UK, Australia is the third most preferable destination for international students. Because of Australia’s cultural diversity, friendly natives and high quality of education, many international students prefer to study in Australia.
  2. A large amount has been invested by the Australian government in the scholarships of international students.
  3. 8 universities in Australia are among the top 100 universities in the world. Australia provides quality education to students. It has 1,100 universities which offer more than 22,000 courses for students.
  4. According to Australian law, international students are allowed to work for 20 hours per week. For students who have enrolled in various courses, there are a large number of jobs available in various sectors.
  5. Australian universities have a very student friendly atmosphere. Students get many perks like discounts on food, on public transport while travelling and so on.
  6. The population density in Australia is only 3.1 people per square kilometre as compared to India with 382 people per square kilometre! This has resulted in lesser air pollution and best services in terms of emergency and disaster control. Thus, students can enjoy better living standard in Australia.
  7. International students are also allowed to stay for an additional term by the Australian government so that they can find a good job and can also stay in Australia if they wish to after that. There is a huge demand in the technical, architects and medical sciences field etc. because less population means less skilled people.

 

Top courses to study in Australia

  1. Business Management (MBA)
  2. Medicine
  3. Accounting
  4. Mass Communication
  5. Law
  6. Engineering
  7. Environmental Science

 

  1. Business Management (MBA)

Thousands of international students choose to pursue a management course in Australia.

There are two options for the same: a general management course or the master of business administration. Australia has a large number of management schools and courses to choose from.

 

What are the benefits of an MBA from Australia?

  1. MBA from Australia is recognized globally. In Australia, there are more than 75 globally accredited and internationally recognized MBA programs.
  2. Management courses in Australia possess a great blend of theoretical and practical knowledge and they focus on development of student’s personal skills, communication skills, and leadership skills. The Australian courses encourage students to think creatively and independently.
  3. International students can get the opportunity of an internship or to complete an international exchange or study tour by which they can gain a very good experience.
  4. In Australia, students meet others who are from many different cultures, thus, gaining a broad cultural perspective on management.
  5. Australia’s business or management schools have excellent teachers and teaching aids assuring a high quality of education to all.

Top Business Management Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne Melbourne
AGSM MBA, University of New South Wales Sydney
College of Business and Economics, Australian National University, ANU Canberra
La Trobe Business School, La Trobe University Melbourne
Monash Business School, Monash University Melbourne
UQ Business School, University of Queensland Brisbane
Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong Sydney
Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Macquarie University Sydney
Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University Melbourne
UWA Business school, University of Western Australia Perth

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Business Management in Australia for Indian students is as follows

  1. The student must be an Indian.
  2. Must be at least 18 years of age on 31st December of that particular year with good health.
  3. Must have completed 10+2 years of education for an entry into a graduate(Bachelor) course.
  4. Must be proficient in English language. If not then to prove language proficiency, he /she will need to qualify IELTS or TOEFL exam with good scores.
  5. For studying a Master’s degree in Business management or MBA, applicant must have completed a degree equivalent to an Australian degree or graduate diploma or graduate certificate with a minimum 65 percent average credit score from a tertiary institution.
  6. All the 3 years bachelor’s degrees from India are equivalent to Australian Bachelor’s degrees and hence they are accepted in almost all the Australian universities. Some universities may demand for 16 years of formal education which means courses which have 4 years duration like B.E., B.Tech. etc. are needed.

 

Fees Structure for the Business Management Course

The course duration for Bachelors in Business Management courses can be of 4 years. The different colleges which offer bachelor’s or master’s degrees in business management are the University of western Australia, University of Melbourne, Monash University, Australian National University, University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney etc.

The fees for business management courses varies with the university. They can range from Rs. 15 – 20 Lacs Per Annum. Also the living cost for a student is around Rs. 13 – 15 Lacs Per Year.

Thus, the total expense to study a business management course at an Australian university goes up to about 95 lacs for 4 years.

 

  1. Medicine (MBBS)

Australia has been a favourite of medical students when it comes to pursuing a medical education.

Benefits of studying medicine in Australia are:

  1. The quality of training and research of Australian medical schools is excellent and recognized globally.
  2. High quality education is provided by Australia’s leading universities. The University of Sydney, University of Melbourne and the University of Queensland have been ranked in the world’s top 50 schools for medicine according to QS World university rankings.
  3. In spite of rising Australian dollar and increase in educational costs as well, students from all over the world prefer to take complete their higher education from Australia, because it has a favourable weather, many beautiful beaches and scenery, overall good standard of living and lucrative jobs.
  4. The degrees conferred by Australian universities and colleges are recognized by several universities and governments across the world.
  5. Study environment is less stressful, better paid and GPs and consultants can get a great salary and lifestyle in Australia.

Top Medical Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
University of Adelaide Adelaide
Australian National University Canberra
University of Sydney Sydney
University of New South Wales Sydney
University of Western Sydney Sydney
University of Melbourne Melbourne
University of Queensland Brisbane
Griffith University Queensland
Monash University Melbourne
Deakin University Geelong

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for studying Medicine in Australia for Indian students is as follows :-

For the Undergraduate Medical Program:

  1. 5 to 6 years are required to complete an undergraduate medical course in Australia.
  2. Student must be Indian.
  3. Student should have Physics -Chemistry-Biology at 10+2 level in Science stream and he/she must have scored minimum 60% in it. That is, a student must have completed minimum 12 years of schooling.
  4. Applicants would need to appear either for the UMAT or ISAT. Applicant’s logical reasoning would be measured by these tests.
  5. Students should be proficient in English language. If not they need to prove their language proficiency by giving exams like IELTS or TOEFL and scoring to a required extent.

For the Graduate Medical Program:

  1. 4 years are required to complete an undergraduate medical course in Australia.
  2. Students who wish to appear for graduate medical program must have completed a basic degree in Science.
  3. Students should clear the GAMSAT or MCAT exams which test the student’s knowledge of Science subjects.

 

Fees Structure for Medicine Course in Australia

The course duration for an undergraduate medicine course in Australia for is 5-6 years and the fees for the medicine program lies between Rs.25 – 35 Lac Per Year. So the total cost goes up to Rs. 2.10 Cr.

If the cost of living is added to the above costs, that is, accommodation, food, study books and other personal expenses, then the total goes up to Rs. 15 – 20 Lac per year approximately. Thus, the total cost for 6 years would be around Rs. 3.30 Cr.

Similarly, the cost for studying a graduate course in medicine in Australia, is between 35 to 40 lac per year. Thus, the total cost for 4 years would be around 1.5 to 1.6 Cr.

The cost of living in Australia would be 15- 20 lacs approximately per year. Hence, the total cost of studying a graduate course in medicine would be around 2.4 Cr for four years.

 

  1. Accounting

The subject which provides updates on the financial health of the company is known as Accountancy.

Benefits of pursuing an accounting degree in Australia:

  1. State of the art technology in the field of Accountancy is used.
  2. Students get a chance to learn from highly qualified and experienced accounting educators hailing different backgrounds.
  3. Various disciplines can be explored by international students so that they can understand the practices in the other parts of the world also.
  4. Australia has 3 professional accounting bodies, CPA Australia, Institute of Chartered Accountants and Institute of Public Accountants. If a student completes an accredited degree from a well-known university or institute, then it will serve as a pathway to an associate membership in CPA Australia and Institute of Chartered Accountants
  5. This field provides a lot of job opportunities to students like: Taxation officers, Bankers, Entrepreneurs, Forensic accountants, Investment managers, Auditors, Traders, Financial advisors etc.
  6. The need for accounting graduates will be there always and that too globally.

 

Top Accounting Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
Murdoch University Perth
La Trobe University Melbourne
Flinders University Adelaide
University of Sydney Sydney
University of Adelaide Adelaide
University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba
University of Technology Sydney Sydney
University of Wollongong Wollongong
The Australian National University Canberra
Victoria University Melbourne

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Accounting in Australia for Indian students are as follows:

  1. Student must be an Indian.
  2. The student should have Physics -Chemistry-Maths at 10+2 level in Science stream. That is, a student must have completed minimum 12 years of schooling.
  3. Students should be proficient in English language. If not they need to prove their language proficiency by giving exams like IELTS or TOEFL and scoring to a required extent.
  4. If a student wants to apply for the post graduate course then he/she should have relevant work experience.

 

Fees structure for studying Accounting in Australia

The Bachelor’s in Accounting is a 3-year long course. The fees for this course in Australia lies between Rs.12,75,000 to Rs.15,30,000 annually. Thus, it would cost around Rs. 38 to 46 Lacs for the total course. If other living expenses are added to the above cost then it would cost around Rs. 1 to 1.2 Cr.

Similarly, the fees for the Master’s in Accounting course are Rs.11 to 16 Lacs for one year. Thus, the total fees for the duration of 1.5 to 2 years would be in between Rs.16 to 25 Lacs. Adding other living expenses etc. the total cost of a Master’s course in Accounting will be around Rs.35- 55 Lacs.

 

  1. Mass Communication

Multi-talented people who can communicate information across the media to a large amount of people are known as Mass Communication professionals.

 

Why should you study Mass Communication and Media in Australia?

  1. The country has a diverse culture and friendly people. Also international students can work up to 20 hours a week in Australia, so that students can actually practice whatever they are learning.
  2. Royal Melbourne university of technology, Queensland university of technology and Edith Cowan University are the major universities in mass communication and media in Australia.

Top Mass Communication Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
Murdoch University Perth
La Trobe University Melbourne
University of Sydney Sydney
University of Adelaide Adelaide
University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba
University of Technology Sydney Sydney
University of Wollongong Wollongong
The Australian National University Canberra
Victoria University Melbourne
Edith Cowan university Perth

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Mass Communication in Australia for Indian students are as follows:

  1. The student must be an Indian.
  2. The student should have completed minimum 12 years of schooling.
  3. Students should be proficient in English language. If not they need to prove their language proficiency by giving exams like IELTS or TOEFL and scoring to a required extent.
  4. The students should also provide evidences of funds available for the payment of their complete education and also health coverage during their stay in Australia.

 

Fees structure of Mass Communication Course in Australia

The Bachelor’s in Mass Communication is a 3-year long course. The fees for this course in Australia lie between Rs. 11 to 20 Lacs Per Year. Thus, it would cost around Rs. 35 to 60 Lacs for the total course. If living expenses are added to the above cost then it would cost around Rs.80 Lacs to 1.2 Cr.

Similarly, the fees for the Master’s in Mass Communication course lies between Rs. 14 to 20 lacs for one year and the course duration is 1.5 to 2 years. Thus, the total fees for the whole duration would be in between Rs. 25 to 40 lacs. Adding other living expenses etc. the total cost of a master’s course in Mass Communication will be around Rs. 35- 80 lacs.

 

  1. Law

A law degree can have world-wide, international and local aspects. There are many different types of law degrees available, depending upon where you choose to study. The degrees in law are like LLB, Juris Doctor (JD) and LLM. Students can specialize in one particular area of practice by pursuing LLM.

 

Why do students prefer to study Law in Australia?

  1. The renowned quality of Australia’s legal education and its growing international recognition has put Australia on the top of the list for students choosing to study law.
  2. The students who study from the law schools in Australia, will be eligible to do legal practice in Australia.
  3. Australian law education provides students necessary skill sets such as analytical reasoning, problem solving, clear communication and practical negotiation.
  4. The students who complete their law education from Australia are recognized internationally for their high skill levels.
  5. In recent years, Australian law education has become more internationalized.

Top Law Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
University of Sydney Sydney
The Australian National University Canberra
University of New South Wales Sydney
Monash University Melbourne
University of Queensland Brisbane
University of Western Australia Perth
University of Adelaide Adelaide
Griffith Universityy Queensland
University of Technology Sydney Sydney

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Law in Australia for Indian students are as follows:

  1. The student must be an Indian.
  2. The student should have completed minimum 12 years of schooling and should have a 12th standard certificate equivalent to Year 12 certificate in Australia.
  3. Students should be proficient in English language. If not they need to prove their language proficiency by giving exams like IELTS or TOEFL or Pearson test of English (PTE) or University of Cambridge – Advanced (CAE) and scoring to a required extent.
  4. Some universities may ask to appear students for their tests (designed by the individual university or law school) and essay writing etc.

 

Fees structure for a course in Law

The Bachelor’s in law is a 3-year long course. The fees for this bachelor’s course in law in Australia lies between 5 to 20 lac per year. Thus, it would cost around Rs. 15 to 60 Lacs for the whole course. If living expenses are added to the above cost then it would cost around Rs. 60 Lacs to 1.2 Cr.

Similarly, the fees for the Master’s in law course or PhD in law lies between Rs. 7 to 40 Lacs for one year and the course duration is 2 years. Thus, the total fees would be in between Rs.16 to 90 Lacs. Adding living expenses etc. the total cost of a masters course in Law in Australia will be around Rs.30 lacs to 1.3 Cr.

 

  1. Engineering

Engineering is one of the famous disciplines of study among students. This field develops practical skills such as logical thinking, Numeracy and Problem-solving. This discipline can be split into many different disciplines like Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical etc. Thus, for engineering graduates, there exists wide variety of opportunities for one’s career plus they can earn a handsome salary.

 

Following are some of the Benefits of studying Engineering in Australia:

  1. International students can attain high skills and qualifications in any of the faculties of engineering in a highly practical environment in Australia.
  2. An international student can get a wide variety of choices for place, school size and its approach towards education in Australia as there are 37 engineering schools.
  3. Engineering schools in Australia provide high-quality education with strong research focus. While in some engineering schools, students can handle real world engineering as the schools are closely related with the industries.
  4. In Australia, there are many universities offering a wide variety of postgraduate courses in Engineering.

 

Top Engineering Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
University of New South Wales New South Wales
University of Technology Sydney
University of Adelaide Adelaide
Monash University Melbourne
Curtin University of Technology Bentley
University of Queensland Brisbane
RMIT University Melbourne
University of Sydney Sydney
University of Newcastle Newcastle
University of Melbourne Melbourne

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Engineering in Australia for Indian students are as follows:

  1. Nationality : Indian
  2. If a student wish to go for a graduate level engineering course in Australia, then Students should have passed 10+2 (Physics, Chemistry & Maths) from any recognized Board of India or abroad. Minimum 50% aggregate of PCM combined.
  3. If a student want to go for a post-graduate program, then he must have completed a relevant undergraduate course and must have scored good marks in it. The project which students have completed at their final year will be given maximum importance.
  4. A good score in entrance exams like TOEFL, SAT, GRE, GMAT, IELTS etc. is required.
  5. Students should have a strong academic background.

 

Fees Structure for an Engineering Course in Australia

Undergraduate engineering courses of Australia are 4 years long while postgraduate engineering courses are 18 months to 2 years long. Cost of studying engineering in Australia depends on the university and the course selected by the student.

 

Approximately, the fees for an undergraduate engineering course lies between $32000 – $35000, that is in between Rs.16 to 18 Lac Per Year. Thus, the total cost of an undergraduate course in engineering adds up to Rs. 1.3 Cr.

A postgraduate engineering course costs around $29000 to $32000 per year. That is, in between Rs. 14 to 17 Lac per year. Thus, the total cost of studying a postgraduate course in engineering would go up to Rs. 65- 75 Lacs.

 

7.Environmental Science

The field of environmental science is constantly evolving and the issue is dominating world policy. Many universities are receiving funding from the government for conducting research in this field.

Some people believe in protecting and improving the environment and thus, they prefer to study environmental science professionally. Others want a good graduate job and still opt for this field.

There are many specializations related to the field of environmental science like agriculture, built environment, business and management, education and training, engineering and technology, humanities and social sciences, sciences and sport and leisure studies which one can study along with environmental science.

 

Top Environmental Science Universities in Australia

Name of the Universities City
University of New South Wales Perth
La Trobe University Melbourne
University of Adelaide Adelaide
University of Sydney Sydney
University of Adelaide Adelaide
University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba
University of Technology Sydney Sydney
University of Wollongong Wollongong
The Australian national university Canberra
Edith Cowan university Perth
Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne

 

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to study Environmental Science in Australia for Indian students are as follows:

  1. Nationality : Indian
  2. If a student wishes to go for graduate level environmental science course in Australia, then they should have passed 10+2 from any recognized Board of India or abroad.
  3. The student should have a strong academic background.
  4. Students should have completed minimum 18 years of age.
  5. If a student wants to go for a post graduate program, then he/she must have completed a relevant undergraduate course like a bachelor’s degree, a graduate certificate or a graduate diploma and must have scored good marks in it. The project which students have completed at their final year will be given maximum importance.
  6. For students who want to pursue a post graduate program in environmental science, the relevant fields whose undergraduate degrees can be considered are science, engineering, environmental studies and management.

 

Fees structure for an Environmental Science course

The undergraduate course in environmental science is 3 years long. The fees ranges between Rs.13 to 16 Lacs Per Year. So, the total expenditure to be incurred by the student rounds up to 1 to 1.1 Cr including living and other costs.

The post-graduate course is either of 1-2 years long. And the fees ranges between Rs. 13 to 16 Lacs Per Year. Hence, the total cost of studying a postgraduate course comes to around Rs.60 -65 lacs, including living cost of a student in Australia.

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Introduction Globally focused and locally engaged, Flinders University is committed to making a difference through its innovative research, excellence in teaching and learning, and exceptional student experience.Studying at Flinders University provides students with a rich and diverse academic and social experience set amongst a uniquely Australian campus renowned for its coastal views and natural bushland.Flinders...

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Griffith University

Introduction Griffith has a long history of offering new and innovative degrees that meet the ever-changing needs of students, industry and the community. As well as introducing Australia’s first degrees in important fields such as Asian studies and environmental science, Griffith is a leader in online education.Griffith University is a public research university in South...

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JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY

Introduction Ranked in the top 2 percent of the world's tertiary institutions by the respected Academic Ranking of World Universities produced by the Shanghai Jiao Tong University, James Cook University is dedicated to creating a brighter future for life in the tropics world-wide, through graduates and discoveries that make a difference.s.With an outstanding global reputation,...

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LA TROBE University

Introduction La Trobe University is an Australian, multi-campus, public research university with its flagship campus located in the Melbourne suburb of Bundoora. The university was established in 1964, becoming the third university in the state of Victoria and the twelfth university in Australia. La Trobe is a verdant university and a member of the Innovative...

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MACQUARIE University

Introduction Macquarie University began as a bold experiment in higher education – to be distinctive, progressive and transformational. Today, still as bold as ever, Macquarie is a vibrant hub of intellectual thinkers, all working towards a brighter future for our communities and our planet. Recognised internationally, Macquarie University is consistently ranked in the top two...

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University Of MELBOURNE

Introduction The University of Melbourne is the leading centre of higher education and research in Australia. Founded in 1853, it’s situated in the heart of the world’s most liveable city and part of the largest biomedical precinct in the southern hemisphere. With a strong research performance, excellence in learning and teaching, and intellectual and social...

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Monash University

Introduction Monash University is the largest university in Australia, ranked in the world’s top 100 and a member of the prestigious Group of Eight. In under 60 years, it has grown from a single campus into an education and research powerhouse with a presence on four continents, committed to the challenges of the age. is...

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Murdoch University

Introduction Murdoch is an internationally recognised University, ranked as one of the top 100 young universities in the world (THE ranking 2017). Having been at the forefront of Australian research for over 40 years, Murdoch’s academics, alumni and students have led the way to some of the world’s most ground-breaking research discoveries. Murdoch’s small class...

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University of New England

Introduction The University of New England (UNE) is a regionally based, globally networked university that is renowned for the quality of its student experience and the excellence of its research. The University’s main campus is located at Armidale, NSW. It has nearly 5000 on-campus students, who enjoy relatively small class sizes and close interaction with...

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University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Introduction The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney is the destination choice for the best from Australia and around the world. UNSW is ranked in the top 50 universities in the world and among the top three Australian universities for graduates finding employment. In developing new ideas and promoting lasting knowledge they are creating...

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University of Newcastle

Introduction University of Newcastle  stands as a global leader distinguished by a commitment to equity and excellence and to creating a better future for its regions through a focus on innovation and impact. Newcastle University is a red brick university and is a member of the Russell Group,an association of prestigious research-intensive UK universities. The...

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University of Notre Dame Australia

Introduction Notre Dame is a private Catholic University, extending from the West Coast of Australia in the beautiful and historic City of Fremantle, to the North-West town of Broome and across the continent to the heart of Sydney. It has  a powerful commitment to honouring the individual and recognise that each student is graced with...

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University of Queensland

Introduction The University of Queensland (UQ) is a public research university primarily located in Queensland's capital city, Brisbane, Australia. UQ is considered to be one of Australia's leading universities, and is ranked as the 48th most reputable university in the world. Founded in 1909 by the state parliament, UQ is Australia's fifth oldest university and...

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QUT

Introduction QUT is a major Australian university with a global outlook and a real-world focus. It is  one of the nation’s fastest growing research universities and the  courses are in high demand. It is ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip the students and graduates with the skills they'll need in an increasingly disrupted...

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RMIT University

Introduction One of Australia's original tertiary institutions, RMIT University relish an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community. It enfold the task of expanding the benefits of a fast-innovating, high-skill knowledge economy to whole community and the world. RMIT began helping...

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University of South Australia

Introduction The University of South Australia (UniSA) is a public research university in the Australian state of South Australia. It is a founding member of the Australian Technology Network of universities, and is the largest university in South Australia.The university’s strong industry links and global engagement confirm students gain the experience and expertise required to...

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Southern Cross University

Introduction Valiant, escalating and just 24 years of age – Southern Cross University is one of the Asia-Pacific’s Top 100 Universities and one of the world’s Top 50 Generation Y Universities. It has a large and diverse range of courses available online, offering interactive and immersive learning experiences wherever the  students are. The University has...

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University of Southern Queensland

Introduction University of Southern Queensland is  number 1 University in Queensland for graduate employability. A recognised leader in online and blended education, it is renowned for its supportive environment and student-focused commitment to learning and teaching.At USQ students are  united by the three values of Respect, Integrity and Excellence. USQ is fostering an inclusive environment...

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USC Australia

Introduction USC is one of Australia’s fastest growing regional universities, and one of the world’s top 150 young universities. All USC programs include practical training or internships, and a strong focus on the core skills students need in the future workplace. No matter what you study, you’ll learn to communicate well, solve problems and think...

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Swinburne

Introduction Swinburne is a world-ranked university leading the way in innovation, industry engagement and social inclusion. It's ducation, high-quality research and industry partnerships create positive change for students, staff and the community. At Swinburne they offer many services to help students achieve their  academic goals and to enhance their life as a student. At Swinburne...

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University of Sydney

Introduction The University of Sydney is an Australian public research university in Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1850, it was Australia's first university and is regarded as one of the world's leading universities. The university is colloquially known as one of Australia's sandstone universities. The University's simple strategy is to create a place where the best...

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University of Tasmania

University Of Tasmania Introduction Changing the world is not simple. It takes thought, time, persistence, and insight. But most of all, it takes something extraordinary. So at the University of Tasmania, it has  made the pursuit of the extraordinary a never-ending commitment.Internationally recognised teaching programs and research institutes like the Australian Maritime College (AMC), Menzies...

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University of Technology Sydney

Introduction UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.UTS has a culturally diverse campus life and vibrant international exchange study and research programs that prepare...

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Victoria University

Introduction For more than 100 years, Victoria University (VU) has offered accessible education to students in Melbourne’s west and beyond. It aim to continue creating positive outcomes for education, industry and our community into the future. It is one of Australia’s most industry-connected institutions, and are one of the top 2% universities in the world....

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University of Western Australia

Introduction The University of Western Australia (UWA) is a public research university in the Australian state of Western Australia. The university's main campus is in Perth, the state capital, with a secondary campus in Albany and various other facilities elsewhere.Ranked in the world’s Top 100 universities, UWA is the State’s first university and is committed...

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Western Sydney University

Introduction Western Sydney University is a modern, forward-thinking, research-led university, located at the heart of Australia’s fastest growing and economically significant Western Sydney region.Western Sydney University boasts dynamic course structures and supportive learning environments that empower students to achieve rewarding careers and make real contributions to their communities.With a modern outlook, the University has an...

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University of Wollongong

Introduction The University of Wollongong (UOW) has become a benchmark for Australia’s new generation of universities. It is ranked among the best 20 modern universities in the world and has built a reputation as an enterprising institution, with a multi-disciplinary approach to research and a personalised approach to teaching.University of Wollongong is a research-intensive university...

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G8 Universities of Australia

When students plan to go to Australia, they usually hear something called Group of 8 universities of Australia. Though this article, we intend to clarify and explain this issue The Group of Eight (Go8) is a coalition of world-leading research intensive Australian universities. The Go8 universities are some of the largest and the oldest universities...

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Student Accommodation in Australia

Australia welcomes thousands of international students every year, and these students can choose from several different options when deciding where to live, there are plenty of alternatives if you have the resources to know where to look. Here, we’ll run through the options to avoid any confusion prior to your arrival. On-campus housing Nearly all...

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Student Jobs in Australia

Overseas students in Australia are allowed to work up to 40 hours a fortnight during the university semester study periods and full-time during holiday periods. A fortnight is a period of 14 days commencing on any Monday and ending on the second following Sunday. Here is an example of how 40 hours a fortnight is...

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