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Study In Australia

Australia is one of the most fascinating and highly developed, is the sixth largest country in the world. Endowed with astounding beaches, plenty of wildlife, natural wonders and cosmopolitan conurbations, the country offers some unique experiences that are hard to find somewhere else in the world.

With a population that originates from more than 200 countries, Australia is the most pleasant and accommodating country in the world. The country’s outdoor activities have always encouraged people to come together, be it gathering around a barbeque or at sporting events.

Australia is widely known for providing high-quality healthcare. Both public and private hospitals are equipped with the latest technologies and top-notch services. This has been reflected with a great overall health record of the Australian population, with life expectancy at birth set at over 81 years of age.

Australia has also been a popular study destination for international students. It has eight of the top 100 universities in the world that offer more than 22000 courses across 1100 institutions. The country also boasts five of the 30 best student cities in the world and which includes Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Every year, the Australian Government invests around $200,000,000 in international scholarships. Additionally, it evaluates that all the universities in the country to make sure they are maintaining the high standards on an annual basis.


Why Australia ?

Compared to other popular educational destinations such as America, New Zealand , Canada, Asian Countries and European countries, many students are assuming to study in Australia. You may be amazed to realize that Australia is the most reasonable place with the most affordable tuition fee structure for abroad study. Furthermore, lengthier hours of part-time work are permitted with many opportunities for extra income, Government provides TPS system that protects the student’s tuition fees, PSW (post study work) after your graduation. You’ll also gain experience working in Australia, boost up your English language skills, and learn more about the culture. Thinking about the abroad studies, the most important factors we always consider is the easy living, learning and working where Australia has a reputation for these safety. Compared to other famous study abroad destinations, Australia often receives high recommendations for study abroad.


Study in Australia

The cost of studying in Australia depends on the universities, colleges and the level of study you choose. Given below is the list to give you an indication of the course costs for different types of qualifications.

Qualifications Fee (In AUD/year)
School A$7,800 to A$30,000
Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) A$4,000 to A$22,000
English language studies Approximate A$300 per week depending on course length
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree A$15,000 to A$33,000
Postgraduate Master’s Degree A$20,000 to A$37,000
Doctoral Degree A$14,000 to A$37,000

The minimum cost of living required by the Department of Home Affairs to issue a student visa is $20,290. This covers:


First Child A$3,040/year
Second Child A$3,040/Year
Dependents A$7,100/year
Hostels and guesthouses A$80 to A$135 a week
Shared rentals and On-Campus Accommodation A$70 to A$250 a week
Homestay A$110 to A$270 a week
Return Air Travel A$2,000/head


Groceries or eating out A$80 to A$200
Gas and Electricity A$60 to A$100
Phone and Internet A$20 to A$50
Public Transport A$10 to A$50
Entertainment A$50 to A$100

Work Opportunities on Student Visa to Cover Expenses

Working while studying is one of the major reasons why a large number of international students choose Australia as their study destination. The Australian Immigration system provides international students on a student visa a chance to work up to 40 hours for fort night. However, before applying for work, international students need to visit the Australian Taxation Office to get a TFN (Taxation File Number). The process including submitting few details like name, current address, date of birth along with the date of arrival in Australia, passport and proof of enrolment.

Australian Industries offering Part-time work

There is a wide range of industries in Australia that offer part-time work opportunities including:

Hospitality (Restaurants, bars and cafes)

Agriculture (Farming and fruit-picking)

Retail (Super markets and clothing stores)

Tourism (Hotels and Motels)


Administration or Clerical roles

Sales and Telemarketing

Ways to Find Work

Some of the best ways to find appropriate work in Australia are:

Online job sites and Newspapers

Through institution’s international student support staff

Registering the details at a recruitment firm

Work Rights

Every individual working in Australia including international students on student visa or people on working holiday visa have some basic rights at work. This includes:

A healthy and safe work environment

A minimum wage

Right to Challenge unfair dismissal

Breaks and Rest Periods

Australia’s Education System

Australia not only has the excellence for providing international education but great opportunities also to form a global network. Over the years, the educational institutes of Australia have nurtured the needs of its students by focusing on practical learning and a thorough understanding of different issues.

Like other countries, the education system of Australia is mainly divided into three broad areas – Primary School, Secondary/Senior Secondary School, and Territory Education.

Primary School: It runs for seven or eight years, starting from Kindergarten

Secondary School: It starts from years 7 to 10 or 8 to 10 and runs for three or four years

Senior Secondary: It starts from years 11 and 12 and runs for two years.

Territory Education: It includes both higher education and Vocational education and training (VET).

Australia is internationally recognized for providing the best practice in vocational and education training as the individual is assessed on his or her procurement of competencies and focus is given on the development of skills relevant to the field of skilled specialization.

Foundation Studies in Australia is also one of the great options for who wish to be a part of the Australian university. Such programs are specifically designed for international students that allow studying a pre-university year within a full-accredited specialist program and typically last for maximum one year.

Established in 1995 by the Australian Government, the Australian Qualification Framework helps to make sure that the qualification titles across the country are consistent and represent the same high standards of education. It includes all Australian qualifications with clear rules about the level of education each qualification represents. This provides many benefits for international students as they find the best course and institution suitable to their needs without wasting time understanding different qualification titles. International Students who are studying and AQF qualification can always be sure of their institution to be Government authorized and nationally accredited and the degree to be genuine.

Being an international student, one must choose to study in an institution, which is registered on the CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students) It is a registration of the Australian education institutions, which is managed by the Australian Government Department of Education that allow educational providers offer courses to overseas students who are studying or intending to study in Australia on student visa.

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