Study in Australia

Austrailia  Ranks third in the list of most popular overseas education destination for international students. Australia offers high quality education at an affordable range of tuition fees. It is also famous for its globally recognised programs, cultural diversity, friendly natives and a high standard of living. Australia is one of the most sought destination for students across the world. Now, one of the hottest education destinations, we take a broad look at the country’s appeal to students to help you figure out if this is the right country for your higher studies.

Australia is home to nearly 7 Lakh international students. Australia’s education system ranks 8th in offering the best education system to the students, as per the Universitas U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems 2019. The Government of Australia offers scholarships worth AUD 300 million for international students. Moreover, International students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours per week during the semester and full-time during breaks while studying in Australia.

  • Brisbane
  • Sydney
  • Perth
  • Adelaide
  • Gold Coast
  • Melbourne

Australian Study Visa Requirements

In order to study in Australia, you will need to obtain an Australian student visa. You must be able to prove to the Department of Home Affairs that you meet the following key Australian student visa requirements:
  • Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Requirement -GTE says that the visa applicant must be able to demonstrate a genuine intention to stay in Australia temporarily for the purpose of study, or to accompany a student as a dependent (i.e. spouse or child) or as a guardian
  • Financial requirements: Evidence of sufficient funds to cover tuition, travel and living costs. From February 2018, the amount you need to prove you have for living costs (separate from tuition and travel) is set at AU$20,290 (~US$13,750) for a year. If you have dependents (such as a spouse and children), you will also need to show evidence of being able to cover living costs for them, including school fees. Alternatively, you can show evidence that your spouse or parents are willing to support you and that they earn at least AU$60,000 (~US$40,660) a year.
  • English proficiency requirement: If you’re not from an English-speaking country (and haven’t completed at least five years’ study in an English-speaking country) you’ll need to prove you can speak English to the required level. Eligible tests include the IELTS, TOEFL iBT, Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic, and Cambridge Advanced English (CAE). The score you will need will depend on whether you are starting a full degree, doing a foundation course, or enrolling on a preliminary English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS).
  • Health requirements: Some students may be asked to take a medical and/or a radiological check-up to show they’re in good health (this applies, for example, to those who intend to train as a doctor, dentist or nurse). If told to do so, you must attend an appointment with a doctor who has been approved by the Australian immigration department.
  • Character requirements: Australian student visa requirements stipulate you must be of good character to enter Australia. This includes a criminal record check, to make sure you don’t have a substantial criminal record. You may also need to acquire a penal clearance certificate (or police certificate) or get a police statement, and may be asked to complete a Character Statutory Declaration Form.

Document Requirement

  • Completed Australian student visa application form (157A)
  • Paid visa application fee – currently AU$620 (~US$420) in most cases
  • Copy of passport biodata page (some students may be asked to physically provide their passport)
  • Certificate of Enrolment or Letter of Offer
  • Evidence of sufficient funds
  • Evidence of health insurance cover
  • English proficiency test results
  • Criminal record check results
  • Four recent passport-sized photographs

Cost of living

  • Groceries and eating out - AU$140 to AU$280 per week
  • Gas, electricity - AU$10 to AU$20 / week
  • Phone and Internet - AU$15 to AU$30 per week
  • Public transport - AU$30 to AU$60 per week
  • Car (after purchase) - AU$150 to AU$260 per week
  • Entertainment - AU$80 to AU$150 per week

Why to study Nursing in Australia?

Bachelors in Nursing in Australia open up a gate to vast career opportunities for the students who are  interested in a healthcare profession. It is mainly offered as a full time three-year degree  and six-year part-time degree. Pursuing nursing from top universities in Australia can cost you from 20,000 USD to 30,000 USD. For Indian students, it is equivalent to 14-22 lakhs INR.



Bachelor of nursing applicants are required to have a minimum score of 75% in senior secondary (Grade 12) or equivalent for studying in Australia.

In Australia. Graduates are able to earn an average annual salary of about 35,000 USD (about 25 lakhs INR). With over 30 colleges offering Bachelor of Nursing in Australia, you get to choose from some of the top-ranking institutions offer world-class education.

Why to study Hospitality in Australia?

Hospitality management focuses on ensuring satisfying customer needs and comfort in a hotel, restaurant or entertainment facility. Hospitality management centres that works on customer satisfaction lead to his loyalty and repeated business. Students in hospitality management usually have the opportunity to receive hands-on experience in real hospitality organisations.

Why to study Pharmacy in Austrailia

Pharmacy is considered as the number one undergraduate study area in Australia for graduate full-time employment. A pharmacy degree will provide more career opportunities than you might expect including retail community pharmacist, hospital pharmacist, defence force, research, drug development, consultant pharmacist, aged care facilities, home visits, health service management, government and much more.


Entry from secondary school usually requires maths and chemistry, while subjects including biology, human biology and physics are also highly regarded.
Pharmacy can also be taken as a post-graduate degree – Master of Pharmacy, which normally takes two years to complete full-time.

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Why to study computer science and IT in Australia ?

Masters in Computer Science in Australia is a 1.5 to 2 years program with tuition fees ranging from 38,120 AUD to 91,709 AUD in leading universities. The average annual salary of masters in computer science graduates in Australia is 90,000 AUD. Eligibility for an international student to pursue masters in computer science in Australia is to have a bachelor’s degree in CS, IT or relevant field and language proficiency.

  • With high job prospects after a Masters in Computer Science in Australia, they can apply for PR directly on gaining sufficient points.
  • Australian universities have two intake sessions for the program: February and July
  • The comprehensive program involves the study of the design and development of computer systems to equip the students for a leadership role in computing and technology.

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