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Australia is the world’s smallest continent and largest island. It has gained recognition as a provider of high-quality education to international students along with opportunities to work and reside permanently. Australia has the 4th largest number of international students (around 600,000) studying with various learning institutions.


  • International Rankings of Australian Universities (7 out of 100 Universities are Australian).

  • Part time job opportunities for international students

  • Post-Study Work Visa up to 5 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

  • Quick visa outcomes


There are 43 Universities in Australia.

  • The Higher Education Sector in Australia primarily consists of Universities

  • The top 8 universities in Australia are popularly known as Group of 8

  • Australian Universities offer pathway programs, bachelor’s & master’s degrees and doctoral programs



Major Intake:

  • February and July

  • Offered by Universities and Private Colleges

  • Courses offered: All popular areas


Minor Intake:

  • October/November

  • Offered by Private Colleges and some of the major universities (e.g. Deakin University and Griffith University)

  • Courses offered: Business, Information Technology and Engineering.



Annual Cost of education and living in Australia AU$ 53,000/-. The expenses includes tuition fees, living costs, airfare and visa fees.

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