Study In Australia

About Australia

Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world. About half of the population in Australia is saturated in Eastern and south eastern coasts. If you are eyeing further education in your career, planning to bag a world-class degree, Australia has a wide variety of opportunities. Whether you plan on enhancing your technical skills by pursuing your masters in engineering, or improve your language scope by choosing a Language course or opt for humanities program or polish your skills by pursuing MBA, Australia is difficult to beat the quality of education being offered whilst the standard of living and support for international students.


Geography

The geography of the continent is pretty diverse with snow-capped mountains, large deserts, tropical and temperate forests. The nearby countries include Indonesia, East Timor, Papua and New Zealand. Major parts of Australia are arid or semi-arid. The Mainland consists of deserts with low rainfall and high temperature. If we talk about the South-East and south-west parts of Australia then must say they have a temperate climate with fertile soil. Next, the northern part of Australia has a tropical climate that contains tropical rainforests and the other part deserts.

As we all know that Australia is ranked as the third most popular destination for international students globally compared to the US and the UK. Basically, due to its renowned facilities, cultural diversity, friendly environment, authentic education and unmatched job opportunities, national and international students prefer Australia for their future endeavours. We all know that Australia is famous for the kangaroos, koalas, clean air and water. Because of its friendly, quality driven, authentic education system students choose Australia for themselves.


Why Study in Australia?

1. Popular Destination Among Indian Students

Its quality of education, variety of courses to choose from, and post-study work opportunities make it one of the most desirable destinations among Indian students.

2. Internationally Accredited Qualifications

Australian qualifications are globally recognised, and universities in Australia are renowned for their research and training methodologies. The teaching offered by the Australian universities are valued worldwide.

3. Rights For International Students

Specifically, no other country can beat the Australian education and their implementation of rights and consumer protection.

4. Lingual Diversity

Australia offers an unsurpassed international exposure with the world’s highest proportion of immigrants in a developed country. You’ll find over 200 languages and dialects being spoken in Australia

5. Financial Assistance From The Government

Australian government spends over £200,000,000 annually on International Scholarships. Students can grab this opportunity and are able to experience a world-class education hassle- free.


Advantages – Study In Australia
  • Global Demand: 5,40,000 International students each year in Australia
  • Diversity: 90+ Nationalities study in Australian Institutions.
  • International Recognition: 8 out of 39 Universities are in top 100 World Ranked
  • World of Choices: 25,000 + courses are available to Study in Australia
  • Best in World: 39 world class universities offer Quality Education
  • Only ENGLISH: No other Tests required except an English Proficiency Test such as, IELTS /PTE / TOFEL
  • Career Prospects: Work Rights for International Students
  • Easy Progression for Indian Students: 10+2+3 Education System is acceptable
  • NOOSR Classification of Indian Universities and Institutions

Australian Education System

When you choose to study in Australia,you can be assured of unparalleled quality of education,internationally-recognised qualification and immense employment prospects.Universities in Australia are renowned for their research and training methodologies, and this makes it a popular destination among indian students.

Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)

The unique factor of the Australian Education System is its implementation of Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), the national policy established in 1995 that specifies the standards of qualifications for the Tertiary Education sector includes Higher Education, Vocational Education and Training.

Study Levels In Australia

The education system in Australia is three-tiered with primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education.

Primary School: It runs for 7-8 years starting from Kindergarten

Secondary/Senior School: It runs for 8-12 years

Tertiary Education: It includes both Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training (VET)


Types of Tertiary Institutions
  • Universities
  • TAFE Institutes
  • Private Colleges

Types of Degrees
  • VET Courses
  • Bachelors Degree
  • Masters Degree
  • PhD Degree
  • The skills and knowledge acquired at these levels makes a student ready to work in the industry eventually.



Fee Structure

Well, the tuition fees at Australia’s tertiary institutions range between AUD$20,000 and AUD$30,000 a year.


English Language Requirements

Aspirants who are applying for under-graduate and postgraduate engineering programs must have an overall IELTS band score of 6.5, with no having an individual sub-score less than 6.0.


Expenditure Guide For Australia

Studying abroad can be an expensive affair but planning your budget smartly can help you get a hold on your finances effectively.

1. Tuition fee is your prime expenditure

Your expenditure on tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and the university or school you opt for.

2. Calculate accommodation costs

Most universities in Australia offer on-campus residence facilities to international students. You can also opt for off-campus accommodation wherein you can share apartments with other students from India or stay with a local Australian family.

3. Cost of your student visa

To study in Australia, the first step is to secure a valid student visa that comes with its own costs. Feel free to consult your MDOEC counsellor for latest updates and information.


Simplified Student Visa Framework – Australia

Australian Government had made student visa changes called as SSVF as compared to SVF (Streamlined Visa Framework) effected on 1st July 2016. The major purpose of making this change in the rules is to make things simpler for Genuine student. The most basic change in SSVF is combing all the Student Sub classes to one Sub class i.e, Sub Class 500. A simplified single immigration framework has been introduced for all International Students replacing SVP.


Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Requirement:

GTE is an measure to ensure and meet even under SSVF which was also part of SVF that the student visa program is used as intended and not as a way for International students to Australia. GTE requirement applied to all International students who are going to pursue education in Australia.

Students need to prove the GTE criteria more if they are from High risk countries compared to Low risk countries. You need to prove few mentioned below criteria to meet GTE

  • Be realistic in your Statement
  • Explain personal circumstances in your home country
  • Explain why to choose the specific Education Provider
  • Research done on your intended courses and outcome
  • Explain future value of the course you intend to study
  • Explain Immigration History
  • Explain why to study in Australia in compare with Home country and other countries
  • Providing supportive documents
  • Meet the financial requirements

Student Visa Requirements for Australia

Applying for an Australian student visa? Here’s help!

The Australian Government offers an opportunity to all domestic students to study in the country but as a prerequisite, you’ll have to obtain a student visa first.

Documents required for an Australian student visa
  • Proof of enrolment (your electronic confirmation of enrolment)
  • A valid passport
  • Your visa application fee
  • Your Genuine Temporary Entrant statement
  • Academic and work experience documents
  • Evidence of your English proficiency skills
  • Evidence of financial ability
  • Details of your health insurance policy
  • Statement of purpose
  • Passport-sized photographs
  • If you are under 18 years of age, you will also need to provide additional documents such as parental consent.

Top Courses to Study in Australia
  • Accounting
  • Arts and Design
  • Business and Management
  • Computer Science and IT
  • Education and Training
  • Engineering
  • Health and Science
  • Law
  • Medicine

Health and other support services

Well, undoubtedly it is a challenging task to accept the Australian culture and their customs and norms. There are a range of support services available to help you out these are as follows:


Living cost of Australia

While not being remarkably economical but Australia is still cheaper than many western countries. As an international student, you are supposed to pay the tuition of the course well in advance. Here are some of the examples of course costs in Australian Dollar:

  • School: $30,000 /- per year
  • Undergraduate Program: $ 15,000 - $33,000 /-
  • Post-Graduate Program: $20,000 - $37,000 /-
  • Doctoral Degree: $14,000 - $37,000 /-

*Note: This doesn’t include the high-valued course like veterinary and medicine.

The cost of living in Australia is around $1,400 - $2,500 /- which would cover all expenses like accommodation, food, travel and social activities.