One of the best countries to study abroad and work , Australia has a lot more to offer than just kangaroos, koalas, wide-open spaces, and beautiful beaches.
Australia is home to World-Ranked Universities & institutions. The QS World University Rankings for 2019 lists thirty-three Australian educational institutions (7 among top 100). The Times Higher Education World University Ranking lists 35 institutions (6 in the top 100) and 34 institutions are in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities Rankings (7 in top 100).
Australian institutions are famous for well-versed teaching faculty, up-to-date courses & programmes, cutting-edge research facilities, a satisfactory student life, scholarships & part-time employment opportunities.
Its friendly, laid-back nature and high standard of living are reasons why studying in Australia is a choice made by many international students. Another important factor that motivates international students to study there is Australia’s education system. Out of the top 100 universities in the world, eight of them are Australian universities. The country’s education system also focuses more on research-based work which makes students studying there think out of the box.
Study in Australia for Indian students gives them a CRICOS code which depicts that it is globally recognized. Higher education in Australia, provides value for money by offering shorter and more intensive courses, they quickly incorporate latest innovations in science & technology, modern trends in marketing & management. If you have decided to study Masters in Australia, the duration for the course is between 1, 1.5 to 2 years and an Indian degree of 12 +3 is also accepted. The Streamlined Visa Process is straightforward and fair. Australian people have a reputation for being amongst the friendliest in the world.
Australia is the only continent covered by a single country.
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English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) undertaken as a stand-alone course, not leading to an Australian award.
Primary school, Secondary school including junior and senior secondary, Approved secondary exchange programs.
Certificate I, II, III, and IV, Diploma, Advanced diploma, Former RATE system qualifications: Certificate, Advanced certificate and Associate diploma.
Bachelor degree, Associate degree, Graduate certificate and Graduate diploma.
Master degree including master coursework and master research. Doctoral degree.
Enabling course: non-award foundation studies. Other full-time courses or components of courses not leading to an Australian award.
Full-time courses of all types undertaken by AusAID or Defence students sponsored by the Australian Government.
The average cost of study in Australia is between A$ 24000- A$ 36000 per year for under-graduate or post-graduate courses.
Living Expense is about AUD 21,000 per year.
If you are on a student visa, you are usually limited to working up to 40 hours per fortnight during semester and unlimited hours during university holidays. now allows international students to stay back for an additional 2 years after completing their Bachelor's or Master's Degree – Course Work and Research.
The processing time for a complete study visa application varies by the education sector and can range from 30 days to three months:
However, average processing times can fluctuate due to volume and other regulatory changes.
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