Study in Australia

When most people think of Australia, they see wide open spaces of outback bush, kangaroos, koalas and clean air and water. Not a bad picture to be portraying to the world! However, Australia has so much more to offer than just these stereotypical images. What has Australia to offer to an international student?

Growing Destination
Australia is rapidly growing as one of the most popular destinations for international student to attend. Currently Australia has the third largest international student enrollment behind the USA and the UK.
Global Recognition
Degrees obtained from Australian universities are recognized all over the world, and there is the added boost that the Australian higher education system is federally regulated. Which means the Australian government regulates all universities in the country each year to make sure they are maintaining their high education standards.

Cost of Living
The cost of living and tuition costs in Australia are much lower that compared to the USA or the UK. These lower costs make it more affordable for students to attend a school in Australia and still have a high standard of living.
Institutions in Australia offer a wide variety of course and degrees, making it easy to find a fit that is right for you!
Not many people know this, but Australia is in the top 10 spenders in the world for research and development and 2% of all scientific papers in the world come from Australia, putting Australia at the forefront of new technology and innovations. From only a meager population of 19 million, there have been 7 Nobel Prize winners.
The Australian Immigration system allows students visiting the country on a student visa the chance to work up to certain per week during term time, and during vacations students can work full time. This opportunity makes it much more affordable for students who can attend school and still fund their education with some work.

Universities in Australia
Australia is popular for The Group of Eight (Go8) universities which are leading research Universities. These universities are as follows:
1. The University of Western Australia
2. The University of Melbourne
3. Monash University
4. University of New South Wales Australia
5. Australian National University
6. The University of Queensland
7. The University of Adelaide
8. The University of Sydney

Some of other Universities are as follows
- University of Canberra
- Australian Catholic University
- Charles Sturt University
- Macquarie University
- Southern Cross University
- University of New England
- University of Newcastle
- University of Technology, Sydney
- University of Wollongong
- Charles Darwin University
- Bond University
- CQ University
- Griffith University
- James Cook University
- Queensland University of Technology
- University of Southern Queensland
- University of the Sunshine Coast  
- Flinders University
- Torrens University Australia
- University of South Australia
- University of Tasmania
- Deakin University
- Federation University of Australia
- La Trobe University
- RMIT University
- Swinburne University of Technology
- Victoria University
- Curtin University
- Edith Cowen University
- Murdoch University
- University of Notre Dame Australia

Courses of study in Australia
- Engineering
- Accountancy
- Nursing
- Medical Doctors
- Dentistry
- Organic Farming
- Investment Banking and Securitie
- Biotechnology
- Power Generation
- Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine
- Applied and Pure Sciences
- Architecture and Construction
- Business and Management
- Computer Science and IT
- Creative Arts and Design
- Education and Training
- Engineering
- Personal Care and Fitness
- Health and Medicine
- Humanities
- Law
- Social Studies and Media
- Travel and Hospitality

Skill Shortages Jobs
- Accountants
- Surveyor in Engineering sector
- Civil Engineering
- Agricultural Consultant/Scientist
- Veterinarian
- Sonographer
- Optometrist
- Physiotherapist
- Audiologist
- Midwife
- Web Developer
- Analyst and Developer Pragrammers
- ICT Security Specialist
- Mining (Excluding Petroleum)

Tuition Fees
The costs of studying in Australia depend on the institution and the level of study you choose.
As an international student, your tuition fees are payable before you study.

Average tuition fees
Vocational Education and Training (Cert I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) - $4,000 to $22,000
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree - $15,000 to $33,000
Postgraduate Masters Degree - $20,000 to $37,000
Doctoral Degree - $14,000 to $37,000
(Fees vary according to the subject areas)

Students are required to show sufficient amount to cover yearly Living Expenses in Australia which is $ 19,830 per year.

For scholarships in Australia, we recommended to begin the application procedure 8-12 months prior to the intake. Scholarship deadlines vary amongst institutions.

Major Intakes: February & July
Minor Intakes: September & November

Document requirements
For Offer Letter
- Academic Documents (SLC & above all, Passport Photocopy)   
- IELTS Score Sheet
- Bank Loan
- 18 to 40 lakh (Depends on course fee)/ 6 months Bank Transaction  preferred
- No Objection Letter - Ministry of Education NRs. 2000

For Visa Apply
- Statement of Purpose { SOP }
- Police report {not more than 1 Month}
- Relationship Certificate {not more than 1 Month}
- Recommendation Letter from the college / Office
- Academic with Provisional + Migration {if} + Training Certificates + Job Experience Letter {If}
- Translation of citizenship + Date of Birth Certificate + Parents Citizenships + Income Source +  Property Valuation
- Bank Balance Certificate + 6 months Transaction
- COE & Other supporting Documents
- Marriage Certificate { if Dependant}