STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
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WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?
In a wide variety of academic fields, Australian universities are among the top 50 in the world. In 2019, Australia awarded over 3,000 scholarships and short courses to students from over 55 countries through the Australia Awards program. In the coming years, you may be eligible for one. Australia is the world’s third most popular destination for international students. The warm climate and beautiful beaches of Australia are well-known. When you study in Australia, you will have the ability to receive an excellent education from world-class institutions.
- Part-time job opportunities for international students
- Post-Study Work Visa up to 4 years
- Opportunity for Permanent Residence
- IELTS, TOEFL, and PTE scores are accepted by all universities
- Availability of pathway programs for international students
- No application fee in a majority of universities
- Flexibility in terms of deadlines, universities ready to accept
- applications and financials closer to course start dates
- Lower entry requirements of universities with relatively higher international rankings
- No Visa interviews and Quick visa outcomes*
The composition of the Indian and Australian education systems is very similar to India, i.e. 10+2+3 years or 10+2+4 years.
Australia’s educational system combines primary, secondary, and tertiary education.
School education (primary and secondary):
Australian schools follow a common educational structure, with states and territories taking different approaches.
Between the ages of six and sixteen, formal school education (primary and secondary) is given (Year 1 to Year 9 or 10). Schooling lasts 13 years and is divided into three levels:
lasts seven to eight years, from preschool/kindergarten to grade six or seven.
lasts three to four years, from Grade 7 to Grade 10 or Grade 8 to Grade 10.
Senior high school
Grades 11 and 12 continue for two years.
Higher education (including universities) and technical education and training are all included in tertiary education (VET).
TAFEs and VETs:
Students receive practical skills for their future careers through vocational education and training (VET).
There are two types of technical and further education (TAFE) providers: a nationally recognized government system and private providers. TAFE is Australia’s largest provider of tertiary education courses.
Certificates, advanced certificates, associate diplomas, and diplomas are among the VET awards. Studying at a TAFE level is also a viable option for gaining entry – known as a path warrior – to Australia’s universities.
Most TAFE institutes have agreements with specific universities that enable students to receive credit for some of their TAFE coursework. Computing, design, pilot training, business management, hospitality and tourism, and many other VET courses are available.
Language of Teaching and Instruction:
English is the official and main language of Australia, and it is the medium of instruction in the education system. Various colleges, on the other hand, deliver bilingual or multilingual services.
The Australian Qualifications Framework distinguishes Australia’s educational system from that of several other countries sponsored by the framework (AQF). (This connection will open in a new window) The AQF, which was established in 1995, is a national policy that deals with tertiary education qualifications.
The AQF regulates tertiary education qualifications (higher education and vocational education and training), as well as the school-leaving certificate and the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education, which was established in 1995.
It is divided into ten tiers, each of which connects a school, vocational, and university education qualifications into a single national scheme. If a student meets the visa criteria, the system allows them to move easily from one stage of study to the next and from one institution to another. The AQF not only prepares students for school but also helps them find work.
An AQF certification guarantees that the degree is standardized and authenticated by a government-approved and nationally accredited institution.
Australian Institutes are located around the country and around the world, making it simple for students to choose between courses and institutions throughout the educational system. The study is supported by structured agreements and recognition mechanisms.
- Architecture and Urban Planning
- Media and Communication
- Engineering and Project Management
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Biotechnology and medical sciences
- IT and Computer science
High Ranked Universities/Colleges in Australia
- University of Sydney
- Australian National University
- University of Melbourne
- University of Queensland
- Monash university
- Statement of Intent Resume/CV
- Marksheets and Passing Certificates from 10th grade onwards
- Two letters of recommendation from universities or employers (if applicable)
- a copy of your passport
- Letter of Work Experience (if applicable)
- Score sheet for IELTS, TOEFL, and PTE (can apply for conditional admission)
- Forms for visas,
- A copy of your passport and medical records
- Confirmation of Enrolment (COE)
- University letter of acceptance
- IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE (International English Language Testing System)
- Documents from the university
- To finance your thesis in Australia, you’ll need financial and income records. Financial documents and income documents to support your study in Australia.
Student visa (Subclass 500)
- Secondary school exchange program with independent ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students)
- schools (primary and secondary).
- vocational training and education (VET)
- A university education
- Postgraduate study
- Non-credit classes
- Students from other countries that are funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs or the Department of Defense.
Other visa options
You may apply for a Visitor or Working Holiday Visa for shorter periods of study. There is also a visa option available for guardians of students.
Visitor Visa (Subclasses 600, 601, 651)
- Study for a maximum of three months.
- The desire to travel to Australia is genuine.
- Ensure that you are in good health and have a good moral character.
- Enough money to get by during your stay in Australia.
How much will this visa cost?
When you submit your visa application, you must pay AUD 575 in non-refundable visa application fees.
What does the visa let me do?
With this visa:
- Australia is a great place to study.
- Family members who are qualified to accompany you to Australia are welcome to do so.
- When your course is in session, you can work up to 40 hours per fortnight and unlimited hours during scheduled course breaks.
- If you have started your course of study in Australia, your family members will work up to 40 hours per fortnight. If you’re pursuing a postgraduate degree, such as a Master’s through Study, Your family members can work an unlimited number of hours once you start a postgraduate course, such as a Masters by coursework degree.
- Your partner will study for up to three months in Australia.
Note: If your partner wishes to study for more than three months, they may need to apply for their own student visa. The application can be sent from anywhere in Australia.
The University/course institution’s fees typically vary from AUD 22,000 to AUD 46,000 a year, depending on the level of the program and the university.
Example of a fund calculation required for a Subclass 500 visa application:
|Living Expense||AUD 20,290.00|
|TOTAL||AUD 50,290.00 X INR 52 = INR 26,15,080|
|For students with dependents:|
|Spouse Living||AUD 7,100.00|
|Spouse Airfare||AUD 2,000.00|
|Child 1 Living||AUD 4,058.00|
|Child 1 airfare||AUD 1,000.00|
|Child 1 schooling||AUD 8,000.00 (if the child is has completed 5 years of age)|
|Child 2 Living||AUD 3,040.00|
|Child 2 airfare||AUD 1,000.00|
|Child 2 schooling||AUD 8,000.00 (if the child is has completed 5 years of age)|
For more information on immigration to Australia please refer to the website: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/
|Semester 1 (February intake)||October-November|
|Semester 2 (July intake)||April-May|
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