top of page
GOE Cover Photo (1280x331).jpg
AUSTRALIA

ABOUT AUSTRALIA

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.

WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?

  • 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

UNIVERSITIES

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

 

INTAKES

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.

 

EXPENSES (INDICATIVE)

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

bottom of page