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Choosing Australia For Your Masters

Since a master’s degree is essential to go ahead in a profession and secure a better job with a higher pay, it is necessary that one makes an informed decision about the same. The international University rankings must be checked and various other primary factors like cost of education and living, employment opportunities, visa requirements, government policies etc should be considered.

Being the third most popular destination in the world amongst international students, Australia is leading in the global education sector by delivering quality education in almost every study area. As 8 out of the best 100 universities in the world are Australian, it becomes one of the most desirable places in the world to pursue your masters.

Here’s a basic list of things one must know before opting for Masters in Australia-

Best Universities-

Australian National University (ANU), University of MelbourneUniversity of SydneyUniversity of QueenslandUniversity of New South WalesMonash University, the University of Western Australia and the University of Adelaide are the best Australian universities globally and are popularly referred to as “Group of Eight”, holding equal credence as the US Ivy League or UK Russell Group. Internships are also encouraged in Australia, wherein in some courses it is a requirement.


Application And Visa Process

Each institution is unique and further offers a unique designed set of courses. Therefore, ensure that you do proper research before applying for the course and focus especially on the entry requirements in order to submit a complete and proper application. Along with your academic record, an English proficiency proof will also be required. Post its processing, a set of tests and interviews will be conducted as well.

One can apply between 3 to 18 months before the commencement of the semester, yet it is preferable to apply as early as possible.


The cost of education usually depends on the course and the university. Roughly, your master’s degree can cost around AU$20,000-40,000 a year, with engineering and medicine costing a little extra than the others.

Further, cost of living depends on the city where the student lives and the lifestyle. Most of the student visas do permit students to work for 20 hours a week during term and full time during holidays.



Work visa must be obtained in order to stay in Australia after Graduation. It is valid for 2 years if master’s was studied by coursework and 3 years if studied by research.