Australia has been ranked in the most preferred Destination by international students, this ranking clearly shows Australia delivers best education. Due to the excellent education system, Australia is one of the most preferred nations among international students to pursue higher education. The major factor being quality education, affordable course fee & living expenses and multicultural society.

It is an English speaking country with people from multi-cultural backgrounds which would allow you to gain wide-ranging exposure, learn life skill and get mentoring from world renowned faculties and entrepreneurs.

It has high literacy and according to the Australian government website: it has eight of the top 100 universities and many renowned institutes in the world. Moreover, Australia has five of the 30 best cities in the world for students based on student’s mix, affordability, quality of life and cultural diversity.

Particularly, educational system of Australia is based on both theoretical and practical approaches and has quality education around the world.

Furthermore, Australian government is also very supportive and helpful for the international students because the government of Australia has ensured rights of the international students through Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)

Study in Australia

Courses to Study in Australia

Each year Australia welcome more than 300,000 international students from all around the globe. As per the data the number has been growing every year. Australian Universities provides with approximately 22,000 courses in 1,100 institutions.

Compared to other Countries Australian Government seems more concerned in terms of defined Policies and facility of part time job and Post study facilities which is one of the reason Australia’s attraction to international students.

Hence, Australia after graduating, you can apply for temporary visas, some of which are pathways to permanent residencies. Permanent visas are open to skilled workers only, and depend on qualification, work experience and sometimes employer sponsorship.

Here are some top courses listed that increase your employability opportunities:

  1. Nursing and Health ScienceWork and Study in Australia
  2. Tourism & Hospitality
  3. Information Technology
  4. Actuarial Science
  5. Agricultural Sciences
  6. Architecture
  7. Biomedical Engineering
  8. Core Engineering

Fees structure to Study in Australia

The currency used in Australia is the Australian Dollar (A$) or AUD.

Tuition fees you will be charged for study in Australia depend whether you are domestic student or international and whether you choose to study at a public or private institution. Private Education institutions are likely to have high course fees.

For the domestic student’s major portion of the fees are paid by the Australian Government and you will be liable to pay only a small amount.

If you are international student, you are liable to pay the full tuition fee for the course you have selected. And the tuition depends upon the course you select, the location and the University you select.

For an undergraduate bachelor degree, this can be between AAUD1 5, 000 and AUD 33, 000. For a master’s degree, this can be between AUD 20, 000 and AUD 37, 000. For a doctoral degree, this can be between AUD 14, 000 and AUD 37, 000.

Above estimated does not consider the higher technical value course and you can also get an idea of tuition fees by visiting the website of the University you want to study. Beside some Universities provide scholarship for international students scoring high points which can help to fund your study and make some relief financially.

If you wish to study an English language program, you can expect to pay around AUD 300 per week, depending on the length of your course. If you are applying for a vocational course, for example Certificates I to IV, Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, you should expect to pay between A$4,000 and A$22,000 depending on the level at which you will be studying.

Being students you also need to be aware of health insurance and to obtain a student visa you need to have health insurance. Overseas Student Health Cover (OHSC) is the specific type of health insurance needed for the international students. You can see a comparison of different policies here:


Living Cost while you Study in Australia

The lifestyle in Australia is one of the highest standards in the world. In comparison with other countries international students can counterbalance their living costs as they can work part-time up to 40 hours per fortnight while they study. The possibility of scholarships for students also can help to lower the cost of studying in Australia for international students. The cost of living in Australia per year is about 20,290 AUD approximately till 2019.

  • Groceries and eating out – AUD 80 to AUD 280 per week
  • Gas and electricity – AUD 35 to AUD 140 per week
  • Phone and internet – AUD 20 to AUD 55 per week
  • Public transport – AUD 15 to AUD 55 per week
  • Car (after purchase) – AUD 150 to AUD 260 per week
  • Entertainment –    AUD 80 to AUD 150 per week

 Test Preparation:

 If you (International students) want to apply to Study in Australia in student visa then you require language proficiency proof for the countries who has their own mother language other than English. There are number of test accepted by Australia and designed to assess the English language proficiency of international students to gain entry to Australian courses, however you need to check entry requirement with the chosen institution for the course entry eligibility. You can also study ELICOS if student do not meet the English language requirements of the chosen institution. Furthermore it improves and develops confidence in the English abilities before beginning studies. A number of institutions are affiliated with English language schools and will ‘package’ English language preparation courses with main course of study.

English proficiency tests commonly accepted in AUSTRALIA for student visa application

  1. IELTS
  2. TOEFL
  3. CAE
  4. OET
  5. PTE

Document Required for Student Visa-Subclass 500.

With the introduction of Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) all the students and the student (dependent) who wish to travel to Australia with the student must fulfill the criteria of GTE where student and the dependent need to demonstrate his/her genuine intention to travel temporarily Australia for the study purpose, however the decision for the admission and visa lies with the GTE assessor Australian Institutions and Visa officers.

The Documents required for Visa Application

Before the visa lodgement you must have the confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) of the registered course under commonwealth Register of Institutions courses (CRICOS) which is provided by your chosen institution generated from Department of Home Affairs. For the generation you may need to pay certain initial deposit of your tuition fees as per the institution guidelines.

Australia has online visa lodgement process where you need to pay the visa application fee to the high commission Australia, for visa fee details visit department of home affairs Australia.

Apart from COE the other documents required for visa lodgement are:

OSHC documents

Student and the dependent must submit the proof the medical insurance covered for the entire duration of the course.

Medical reports

All the student visa applicant and the dependent must submit the Medical and x-ray reports for Visa assessment.

Language Proficiency Report

the student must submit his/her certified language proficiency record approved by Australia for his/her English proficiency if the score don’t meet the sufficient requirement student need to provide ELICOS documents with the main course.

Identity proof

You and dependent should provide the identity proof i.e. scanned copies of all pages of certified passport for the identity proof and should declare immigration history by both of you if any

Further Documents you require

All of your certified Academic Documents as mentioned below

  • SLC Mark sheet and Character certificate
  • 10+2 Transcript and Character certificate and provisional certificate.
  • Bachelor Transcript and Character Certificate and provisional certificate/ Degree
  • Award Certificate
  • Working Experience (if any)
  • Statement of Purpose

Certified Financial Documents

All the documents mentioned below may or may not be mandatory which depends upon your financial background.

Fund Documents

  • Bank Balance Certificate and statement
  • Source of Fund
  • Education Loan

Income Document

Income Source Documents Required (Any of the mentioned below) and Income should be min 30% of the total fund,

Property Valuation Document.

It is current value of the property or assets of your sponsor who has demonstrated or collateral value against the education loan sanction.

Besides these mentioned document the other documents such as marital evidence, study gap explanation document vary from individual applicant case by case and sometimes high commission further may asked for the additional documents as per the need for visa decisions.

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