Country’s national language: ENGLISH
Country’s currency: AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS (1 AUD = Rs 50.44 approx.)
Country’s capital city: Canberra
Country’s population: 24,181,200 (2016)
Country’s Indian population: 432,700+ India-born people (2016)
Country’s higher education system
The Australian higher education system consists of independent, self-governing public and private universities and higher education institutions that award higher education qualifications. There are 43 public universities and 2 international universities &a smaller private specialty university.
The Australian Qualifications Framework provides guidelines for learning outcomes, pathways, assessment and accreditation of qualifications, allowing students to move easily between levels of study and institutions, receiving credit for previous study.
The main qualifications awarded by universities in Australia are:
- Bachelor Degree(General) 3 years full-time study
- Bachelor Degree (Professional) 4 years full-time study
- Bachelor Degree + Honours 3-4 years full-time + 1 additional year’s successful completion allows entry to a research Masters or Doctorate
- Certificate, Diploma & Advanced Diploma (6 months to 3 years full time)
- Masters – Extended 3-4 years full-time study
- Masters by Coursework 1-2 years full-time study
- Masters by Research 1-2 years full-time study
- Doctoral Degree 3-5 years full-time study
- Doctoral Degree (Professional) 3-5 years full-time study
Requirements for admission to all programs are set by individual universities.
- Admission to undergraduate programs is usually based on successful completion of a total of 13 years of school education though some institutions use interviews, portfolios or demonstrated aptitude and most provide alternative pathways for mature-age (non-school leaver) students.
- Admission to postgraduate programs is based on the level of achievement in previous higher education studies.
- Admission to doctoral programs is usually based on high achievement in a Research Masters Degree or completion of a Bachelor Degree with First Class Honours or Second Class Honours Division A.
International student population in country
In 2012, international students made up an average of 20.7 per cent of all onshore higher education students.
Rankings and position at global platform
With over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan. It ranks eighth in the Universities 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems. 7 out of top 100 universities in the world are Australian. 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia. Australian Government puts more than $200,000,000 as annual investment on international scholarships.
Highlights of ranking universities
|The Australian National University||22|
|The University of Melbourne||42|
|The University of Sydney||46|
|University of New South Wales||49|
|The University of Queensland||51|
Programs and courses offered by country
- Art & Design
- Biomedical Science
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Hairdressing Commercial Cookery
- International Business
- Information Technology
English language requirements:
In some cases, you may need to provide results of an English language test. Be aware that the English language skill level required by an institution can be different from the level of skill required for your student visa application. You should carefully check student visa information on both the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) website and the institution website for any English language requirements.
The academic requirements (including evidence of English language skills) you need to study in Australia will vary depending on the level of education you want to study. Institutions can have different entry requirements, so read the course information on their website carefully and contact them to ask for advice.
For VET (Certificate/ Diploma/ Advanced Diploma) – 10,000-15,000$/year
For Bachelors and Masters – 18,000-30,000$/year
Funding for VISA
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa. Below is a guide on the requirements you must meet to study in Australia:
You – $18,610
Your partner – $6,515
Your first child – $3,720
Every other child – $2,790
More details on funding shall be provided to you by us, for which you can mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To study in Australia you’ll need to apply for both admission to an institution and also for a student visa from the Australian Government. There are a number of steps you must go through including:
- Deciding on your preferred course and institution.
- Submitting your application to the institution.
- Receiving and accepting a Letter of Offer.
- Receiving your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).
- Applying for your student visa.
There is a range of entry requirements that you will need to meet both for you institution application and your visa application. This can include:
- Academic requirements.
- English language requirements.
- Evidence of funds to support your study.
Overseas student health cover.
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Visa policies and procedures
The student visa you need depends on your chosen course of study. As a guide, the typical key requirements you will need to meet are:
- An electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) certificate
- Meet the Genuine Temporary Entrant requirement
- Sufficient funds for airfares, course fees and living costs
- English language proficiency
Meet health and character requirements
Documents required to process visa application
– Confirmation of Enrollment Letter
– Visa Application Forms
– Visa Fees
– Academic documents
– Medical Report
– Fund & Finance Documents
– Statement of Purpose
Standard visa processing timing
4 – 8 weeks depending upon the AHC
Benefits and opportunities while studying and after studies
- 2 years of POST STUDY WORK visa is awarded to the students who successfully complete their two years of studies in Australia.
- Part time work opportunities are ample and a student can work up to 40 hrs/fortnight and unlimited hours during vacation time with an average earning wage rate of $16-19 per hour.
Employment opportunities are abundant and thus future prospects are bright
Universities & colleges
- Australian Catholic University [ACU]
- Australian National University [ANU]
- Bond University [Bond]
- Central Queensland University [CQU]
- Charles Darwin University [CDU]
- Charles Sturt University [CSU]
- Curtin University [CURTIN]
- Deakin University [Deakin]
- Edith Cowan University [ECU]
- Federation University [FEDUNI]
- Flinders University [FLINDERS]
- Griffith University [GRIFFITH]
- James Cook University [JCU]
- La Trobe University [LATROBE]
- Macquarie University [MACQUARIE]
- Monash University [MONASH]
- Murdoch University [MURDOCH]
- Queensland University of Technology [QUT]
- RMIT University [RMIT]
- Southern Cross University [SCU]
- Swinburne University of Technology [SWINBURNE]
- Torrens University [TORRENS]
- University of Adelaide [ADELAIDE]
- University of Canberra [CANBERRA]
- University of Melbourne [MELBOURNE]
- University of New England [UNE]
- University of New South Wales [UNSW]
- University of Newcastle [NEWCASTLE]
- University of Notre Dame [UNDA]
- University of Queensland [UQ]
- University of South Australia [UniSA]
- University of Southern Queensland [USQ]
- University of Sydney [SYDNEY]
- University of Tasmania [UTAS]
- University of Technology Sydney [UTS]
- University of the Sunshine Coast [USC]
- University of Western Australia [UWA]
- University of Wollongong [UOW]
- Victoria University [VU]
- Western Sydney University [UWS]