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A quaint continent with a growing population and opportunities, it has been the most preferred education hub, particularly for South Asians, since long. It’s a land that embodies multiculturalism and unmatched beauty. The pristine blue skies with cotton candy clouds right above the golden sand beaches are an enthralling sight, full of positive youthful vibes and the essential Vitamin D.

This country is as massive as the bundle of opportunities it offers, particularly with an economy that resonates with westernization and globalization, further amounting to a per capita GDP, slightly higher than those of France, UK and Germany in terms of Real Income.


A pioneer in Global Education with a wide range of study options, it is the 3rd most popular international student destination in the world despite a population of only 23 million, a little more than that of the Indian Capital.

With over 22,000 courses and 11,000 institutions offering excellence in education and training, the degrees offered by them are widely demanded and recognized. Giving due importance to the legal aspect, the government ensures that international students are safe. 7 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian with the annual government investment of 200,000,000 Australian dollars on international scholarships.

The education system is technology and research intensive, with Arts and Humanities, Clinical and Pre-Clinical Health, Engineering and Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences being the top ranked courses.


The following can be attained at a university or any higher education institution-Associate Degree-

Duration- 2 years

It’s a concise program, particularly for those who are already working and don’t have time to complete a Bachelor’s degree. It will help you develop the basic employment skills. Bachelor Degree-

Duration- 3 years

It provides basic in-depth knowledge required to develop skills and knowledge, making you eligible for a postgraduate degree.Bachelor Degree (Honours)-

Duration- 4 years

If you perform exceptionally well in your bachelors, then your institution might grant you an additional year so that you may graduate with honours.

Graduate Certificate-

Duration- 6 months

Requirements- Bachelor Degree
Graduate Diploma-
Duration- 1 year
Requirements- Bachelor Degree

Master Degree-

Duration- 1-2 years
Requirements- Bachelor Degree or Bachelor Degree with honours

It includes independent research commingled with traditional coursework.

Doctoral Degree-

Duration- Approximately 3 years
Requirements- Masters Degree


Tuition fee-

  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree- AUD 15,000 to AUD 33,000 approx.
  • Postgraduate Master Degree- AUD 20,000 to AUD 37,000 approx.
  • Doctoral Degree- AUD 14,000 to AUD 37,000 approx.
  • The fee may vary depending upon the course and the institution.

Living expenses- Despite the highest living standards of living in the world, the living cost along with the student fees doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket and still manages to be less expensive than USA and UK.


There are generally two intakes, in the months of February and July respectively, with certain universities also offering intakes in the months of September and November.


  1. English language requirements- An English language proficiency test, depending on the type of visa and the requirements stated by the institution.
  2. Academic requirements depending upon your profile.
  3. Visa requirements, depending on your profile as well.


International students that are student visa holders are permitted to work for 20 hours a week during course time and full-time during vacations.


  1. Academics Australasia Polytechnic Pty Limited
  2. ANIBT
  3. Australian Catho lic University (ACU)
  4. Australian Institute of Commerce & Technology
  5. Australian National University
  6. Australian School of Business Administration Technology and Research
  7. ATMC-Australian Technical And Management College
  8. Billy Blue School of Graphic & Design
  9. Blue Mountains Hotel School
  10. Bond University
  11. Box Hill Institute of TAFE
  12. Carnegie Mellon University
  13. Central Queensland University
  14. Charles Darwin University
  15. Charles Sturt University
  16. CIC in Association with Curtin University
  17. Curtin Sydney
  18. Curtin University
  19. Deakin University
  20. Deakin College
  21. ECA, Global Sydney
  22. Edith Cowan University
  23. Education Access Australia
  24. Education Centre of Australia (ECA) & English Language School in Sydney
  25. Fllinders College
  26. Flinders University
  27. Griffith University
  28. Griffith College
  29. Hays International College
  30. Holmes Institute
  31. James Cook University (Brisbane)
  32. James Cook University (Townsville & Cairns)
  33. La Trobe University
  34. La Trobe University International College
  35. Le Cordon Bleu
  36. Macquarie University
  37. Martin College (Study Group)
  38. Melbourne Institute of Technology
  39. Monash University
  40. Murdoch University
  41. Phoenix Academy
  42. PIBT In Association With Edith Cowan University
  43. RMIT
  44. SAE Institute
  45. SIBT In Association With Macquarie University
  46. Southern Cross University
  47. SP Jain
  48. Swinburne University of Technology
  49. Taylors College (Study Group)
  50. Trinity College
  51. The Australian National University
  52. The Imperial College of Australia
  53. The William Light Institute
  54. The University of Adelaide
  55. University of Queensland
  56. University of Southern Queensland (Sydney Campus)
  57. Tropical North Queensland TAFE
  58. University of Melbourne
  59. University of New England
  60. University of New South Wales
  61. University of Newcastle
  62. University of South Australia
  63. University of Southern Queensland
  64. University of Sydney
  65. University Of Tasmania
  66. University Of Technology, Sydney
  67. University of The Sunshine Coast
  68. University of Western Australia
  70. UTS Insearch
  71. Western Sydney University