Study in Australia
Australia is home to nearly 700,000 international students. Currently, it is the third most preferred destination for higher education due to its excellent education system, safe and home-like environment, broader Nepalese community, and wide range of study programs to choose from. Australia offers 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions. According to QS ranking, 6 of the world’s top 100 universities are based in Australia. Also, 7 of the best student-friendly cities in the world are Australian cities. In addition, this vibrant nation is equally known for its multicultural diversity and immigration-friendly policies. Compared to other English-speaking countries, the Australian government offers more flexible work options for students. Furthermore, the Australian government also has supportive and cooperative policies in place for international students. They have ensured the rights of the international students through Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000, Tuition Protection Service (TPS), and Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)
Australia usually has two intakes i.e. February and July, however, some Universities and Colleges offers intakes in September & November too. We suggest you, start applications preferably 4-6 months before the class start date. Australian education providers usually take about 4-6 weeks to process the applications.
Entry Requirements / Eligibility
Undergraduate – Bachelors
- At least B in High School Certificate or 12 years of schooling
- Some courses such as Computing and Engineering will require Mathematics and /or Science as pre-requisites
- IELTS – Each band 6.0 for Bachelor/ 5.5 for Diploma
Postgraduate – Masters
- At least 55% of a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university is necessary.
- To study MBA in Australia, some Universities may ask you to provide work experience along with their Bachelor’s Degree
- IELTS – 6.5 overall not less than 6.0
Required Documents for making an application to study in Australia are:
- Updated Resume (If applicable )
- Statement of purpose (sop)
- All academic certificates from 10th onwards
- Passport copy or birth certificate
- IELTS / PTE / TOEFL score sheet.
Types Of Degrees
Australian Bachelors programs are usually 3 years programs, however, some programs may include the extra year as well. Health, IT , and Business are some popular faculties to choose.
Study Masters in Australia could be very exciting for you, as you will get a wide variety of selections. The different universities offer different strengths and competencies, providing a various base for exploration for international students. Australian Universities pride themselves on a vital research base and world class facilities to their universities.
Vocational Education And Training In Australia (VET) :
Australia offers an extensive variety of vocational education and training courses. This sort, of course, is provided by the TAFE and various private providers at a very reasonable cost. The main purpose of vocational education is to prepare highly skilled manpower in a very short period. However vocational courses are being used for a pathway to a university degree as well.
The student should apply for a student visa (subclass 500) to study in Australia. One should provide proof of genuine temporary entrant requirements, health insurance, English language proficiency certificate, valid passport and confirmation of enrollment (COE) to logde an Austrlia student visa.
Step 1 – Gather documents
Step 2- Prepare your documents
Step 3 – Payment
Step 4 – Apply for the visa
Step 5 – Provide additional documents required
Step 6 – Track and manage your application
Step 7 – Visa decision
1.My Education Has Been In English. Do I Still Need to provide an English proficiency certificate?
English Language Proficiency certificate is a mandatory visa requirement. Australia accepts IELTS, PTE and TOEFL.
2. What Are The Visa Possibilities For My Spouse/Dependent?
Spouse/dependent of a Student can get a Dependent Visa and a valid work permit for the same duration as the primary applicant. A married student applying for a Master’s Degree can apply and travel with their spouse together.