Study in Australia

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An Overview

Majority of International students prefer to study in Australia due to the positive education policies and measures of Australian Govt. With around 700,000 international students, the country is global phenomenon for abroad studies as it is the 3rd most popular study destination in the world as per the recent statistics. Universities in Australia is known for quality education that played a pivotal role in nurturing the prominent educators, scientists, artists, entrepreneurs, and humanitarians who made significant impact on the world.

Why Choose Australia?

  • Studying in Australia is an excellent choice for international students to advance in their career while getting the perfect opportunity to study in globally renowned institutions.
  • Australian colleges and universities are well-equipped to offer you education you need to have a flourishing career. The country proudly stands 8th out of top 100 universities of the world.
  • You can gain work experience while you study in Australia. The degrees and courses provided by the Australian universities include internships and work experience programs to help you build your network and create an impact with employers in Australia. You can apply for an Australia work permit visa.
  • The majority of Australian cities have the lowest crime rate, and most of the public places are open and safe for students to roam around. Students have the choice to live in affordable accommodations, built-in villages, rented apartments, etc.
  • Studying in Australia is comparatively cheaper, and with scholarships been granted to many foreign students, covering the cost of education and other basic expanses becomes relatively easier and stress-free.
  • Another compelling reason to choose Australia for study is of course its breathtaking landscapes. The entire country brims with golden sandy beaches, dense green forests, and the areas of Great Barrier Reef. For students, there are multiple travel options to explore and experience during their free time.

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Education Model in Australia

  • School system in Australia is relatively similar across the country with some variations between states and territories. School is compulsory to attend for children between the age group of 6-16 years. The entire schooling period lasts for 13 years.
  • School education in Australia includes, preschool (age 3-5 Years), preparatory (or kindergarten), primary school, secondary school (or high school) and senior secondary school (or college).
  • The school year runs from late January until mid-December.
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Primary Education

  • School in Australia begins with six years of primary education (years 1-6) followed by six years of high school (years 7-12).
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Secondary Education

  • Government schools (also known as public schools) are free to attend for Australian citizens and permanent residents, while Catholic and independent schools usually charge attendance fees.
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Post-secondary Education

  • Tertiary education comprises higher education (including universities) as well as vocational education and training (VET).

Eligibility to study abroad in Australia

(Student Visa Requirements)

Ensure you meet all requirements

  • Copy of an updated passport
  • Copy of English language proficiency test (if you are from a country where English isn’t the national language)
  • Proof of funds to show that you have enough financial resources to support your education and other living expenses in Australia

To apply for undergraduate courses in universities of Australia:

  • The student must have minimum 12 years of primary and secondary education in Australia.
  • Must demonstrate Australia Senior Secondary Certificate of Education or an equivalent certificate from their home country.

To apply for Post -Graduate courses in universities of Australia:

  • The students must possess a bachelor’s degree of minimum 3 years duration from Australia or overseas
  • Some postgraduate courses require students to possess a 4 years bachelor’s degree, similar to that India’s Bachelor in Engineering or Bachelor in Technology.
  • For some courses, relevant work experience may also be required.
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Intake System In Australian Universities

  • Unlike Indian universities, Australian colleges and universities have two intakes i.e. February and July.
  • There are also some universities which offer multiple intakes in each academic year, mainly in the month of September and November.
  • Since intake deadlines vary from university to university, we advise you to kick-start the visa procedure six months before to successfully enroll in your chosen intake.
  • Some Australian universities have three deadlines in one intake.
  • Make sure to complete your language test as well as aptitude test three months prior to the deadline.
  • Reserve the last three months for the application process only.
  • Students aiming for the February intake are encouraged to complete the application process along with interviews and visa application by the month of November and December.
  • If you are planning for Vocational Courses, then some programs are open for intakes in January and some might be open in May or July.
English Proficiency for Student Visa Process

There are five English language tests accepted for student visa for Australia from India and other countries:

  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) internet-based test (paper-based test is accepted from limited countries)
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
  • Occupational English Test (OET).

For student visa applications, the table below outlines the minimum scores accepted for each test:

English language testMinimum test scoreMinimum test score when combined with at least 10 weeks ELICOSMinimum test score when combined with at least 20 weeks ELICOS
TOEFL (internet-based test)463532
PTE Academic423630
OETPass (A or B)Pass (A or B)Pass (A or B)
  • For undergraduate courses, the following scores provide an indication of the minimum requirement at most universities:
  • IELTS — overall score of 6.0 to 6.5 (no band less than 5.5 to 6.0)
  • TOEFL (internet-based test) — overall score of 60 to 90
  • CAE — overall score of 169 to 176 (no less than 169 in any category)
  • PTE Academic — overall score of 50 to 64.
  • Certain courses, such as nursing, education or law programs, tend to have stricter requirements, while requirements for Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses are usually lower.
  • If you don’t meet English language requirements, you may consider completing an ELICOS program to improve your English language skills.

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