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Study in Australia

Cultural diversity, globally recognised degrees, top-ranking universities, interactive learning environment, and an open work culture – Australia is everything you would need for that ultimate international exposure. You are assured of unbeatable academic excellence and an excellent support system for international students, with the course you choose to undertake.

 

Cost of studying in Australia:

Your expenditure on the tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and the university/school you opt for. The average tuition fees at one of Australia’s tertiary institutions ranges between AUD 20,000 and AUD 30,000 a year.

 

Upcoming intakes in Australia:

Unlike a single intake in Indian universities, Australian universities and colleges offer two major intakes. Some universities and colleges also offer a third intake in a year, depending upon the programme you select. Intakes may also be referred to as a semester or trimester. The three intakes available in Australia are:

            1. Semester/ Trimester 1: Starts late February/early March to late May/early June

            2. Semester/ Trimester 2: Starts late July/early August

            3. Semester/ Trimester 3: Starts September to late November.

 

Why study in Australia?

Australia’s quality of education, variety of courses to choose from and post-study work opportunities, makes it one of the most desirable destinations among Indian students. When you opt to study in Australia, you get to choose from 22,000 courses available in 1,100 universities and institutions, acquire globally recognised degrees, explore various scholarship opportunities, and receive education from the best instructors in the world.

 

Education system in Australia:

The unique factor of the Australian education system is its implementation of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), the national policy established in 1995 that specifies the standards of qualification for the Tertiary Education sector (Higher education, Vocational education and Training) in addition to the School-Leaving Certificate, called the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education. With AQF, your degree is recognised and authorised by the Government.

 

Scholarships in Australia:

Australian universities and colleges provide a wide range of scholarships to meritorious international students, to help them fund their studies. Apart from this, many scholarships, and grants are also offered by the Australian Government, public and private establishments. Before you apply to any of these scholarships, do check the eligibility criteria, along with the closing date.

 

Visa for Australia:

Effective since Jul 01, 2016, a Student Subclass 500 Visa lets you stay in Australia for the duration of your study programme, which is mostly up to 5 years and in line with your enrolment date. For a smooth stay, you need to ensure that your Visa remains valid and you abide by the conditions, as mentioned on your Student Visa.

 

QS Rankings of Australian Universities

Sr. No.

Institution

QS Ranking 2022 (Globally)

QS Ranking 2021 (Globally)

1

The Australian National University

 27

 31

2

The University of Melbourne

37

41

3

The University of Sydney

38

40

4

The University of New South Wales

43

44

5

The University of Queensland

47

46

6

Monash University

58

55

7

The University of Western Australia

93

92

8

The University of Adelaide

108

 =106

9

University of Technology, Sydney

133

 =133

10

University of Wollongong

193

196

 

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