About Australia

If you are interested in studying in Australia then you are taking one step closer to choosing a truly fruitful academic experience. Australia is a fully developed, growing economy with a safe, tolerant and multicultural society. Students will find studying in Australia a relaxed, welcoming, and engaging environment that is unique in the native English-speaking world.

Australia has a reputation for an innovative and research-intensive culture by adopting new technologies at a faster rate than most other countries, because of this it has one of the highest rates of Internet access in the world and has produced fifteen (15) Nobel prize-winning majority of these prizes (eight) have been awarded in the field of Physiology or Medicine, and include the youngest ever laureate.

Facilities for teaching, training and research are world-class in terms of state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms, outstanding libraries, and modern technology. Institutions deliver practical and career-orientated training so graduates can be confident that they have the skills expected by employers. Academic staff is recruited from around the world and often are leading experts in their field. Australian teachers are experienced in supervising both domestic and international students from a variety of different countries.

International students in Australia (including their parents) enjoy a very high level of service and financial protection. Quality is assured by ESOS 2000 and the national code to ensure fair practice standards are met. Australia is an international leader in safeguards and support services for international students with specialist student services being well resourced and quality assured.

  • Although Australia is a new country, it is a very historic continent.

  • Aboriginal people have lived in harmony with their environment for over 40,000 years.

  • All of that was to change when England first established Australia in 1788 and declared it a penal colony due to its overcrowded prison population.

  • Today, Australia is referred to as a "settler colony," a term that refers to countries such as Australia, Australia, Canada, and the United States, all of which were colonized by the British and where indigenous (native) peoples were nearly exterminated.

  • Australia is both a continent and an island, located between the Pacific and Indian oceans in the southern hemisphere.

  • Australia's population is roughly the same size as the United States (minus Alaska).

  • Eighty percent of the 18 million inhabitants live in just ten cities, all of which are located near the coastline.

  • Sydney and Melbourne are by far the largest of these cities.

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7,69,2000 KM²



GDP Per Capital



0.939 (2017)

Course Available

Architecture And Building

Arts And Humanities

Computer Science And Information Technology

Commerce and Business Administration

Engineering and Engineering Trades

Medical Science

Visa Process
  • Apply for admission (Req Doc: Academic Documents, IELTS, Valid passport, Biodata and Cover letter)
  • Offer letter
  • Documentation Process
  • GTE Process
  • Tuition fee payment
  • COE
  • Medical
  • OSHC Insurance
  • Visa Lodgement
  • Biometric
  • Decision (Grant or Refuse)
  • Departure or Withdraw
Admission Requirement


    1. Academic: 10+2 with 2.5 CGPA or Equivalent.
    2. IELTS 6.0 or Equivalent.


    1. Academic: Bachelor with 50% or Equivalent.
    2. IELTS 6.5 or Equivalent.


    1. Academic: 60% or Equivalent.
    2. IELTS:7.0 or Equivalent.
Document Checklist
  • Valid passport
  • Academic credentials
  • Institutions application form
  • *Optional: SOP/application fee
Visa Refusal Condition
  • Failure to meet the condition for a valid temporary entrant.
  • Failure to meet academic requirements.
  • Failure to comply with English language standards.
  • You don’t have enough funds.
  • You lack adequate health, overseas student health coverage (OSHC), or welfare arrangements.
  • Previous offenses.
  • Documents that are incorrect or incomplete.
Immigration Rules
  • Academic Credentials
  • English Proficiency
  • Attendance: 80%
  • Class: 3 to 4 Days/Week, 5 Hrs.
  • Work Permit: 20 Hrs./Week, 40 Hrs./Week (Vacation)
  • Post Study Work
  • Permanent Residency (PR) Options
  • Visa Extension Procedure
Work Right

Students can officially work 20hrs/week while studying and full time while on Vacation.

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    Frequently Asked Question

    Department of Home affair in Australia requires all International Students, who studying in Australia on a student visa have to maintain OSHC for the duration of their student visa.

    Most Australian institution awards scholarships to international students. Most of the scholarship is based on academic worthiness. For students who are in financial need, there is a scholarship available. Scholarships may be provided with tuition fees and accommodation.

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