Australia

Australia

Australia, the smallest continent and one of the largest countries on Earth, lying between the Pacific and Indian oceans in the Southern Hemisphere. Australia’s capital is Canberra, located in the southeast between the larger and more important economic and cultural centers of Sydney and Melbourne. Australia not only as a student destination but overall is a dynamic and technologically vibrant country that offers good educational and career life to the students from all over the world including students from Nepal. Australia is one among the most sought-after study destination for Nepalese students. IT has always been a popular student destination among students for abroad studies because of the quality of education, lifestyle and the friendly nature of the Australian people who accept all other cultures all around. Every year, students from different parts of the world including Nepal visit this country in large numbers to avail themselves of the educational opportunities here. The main reason behind this is that it offers the best educational system along with a challenging English-speaking environment. Having some of the world’s top Universities as its assets; the country offers the best educational environment for international students. There are over 22000 courses and 1100 institutions that span over more than 29 study areas like language, nursing, medicine, engineering, art, business, IT, hospitality, law etc.

Short Overview of Australia
Capital Canberra
Currency Australian dollar
Total Land Area 7.692 million km2
Population 25.36 million (2019)
Population Growth Rate 1.18%
GDP 1.41 trillion
Prime Minister Scott Morrison
Dialing code +61
National Game Cricket
Popular Cities Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth
Why Australia?
  • Safe and friendly society
  • Diverse course availability
  • Growing destination
  • Culturally diversified
  • Global recognition
  • Better lifestyle
  • Readily available employment, accommodation, healthcare and transport
  • Beautiful geography with lots of travel opportunities
  • Affordable Living
  • Flexible visa policy
  • World class Universities
  • Technology
Australian Education System

The different sectors in the Australian education environment: Universities, VET, Schools and ELICOS

Higher Education/University:

There are 41 Australian universities, of which 3 are private (Bond, Torrens and Notre Dame).

Australian VET Qualifications:

Australia has a Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. VET prepares people for work in a career that does not need a university degree. the national body ASQA regulates and manages the system and ensures consistent national standards. Typically, a VET course takes up to two years of study.

ELICOS:

The English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) sector is an important one within the Australian Education system.

Pre-Requisites for Study Visa
  • At least +2
  • Only 4 years bachelors degree is accepted
  • Good first division marks and good English skills
  • Good IELTS band score
    • 6.0 for Bachelors
    • 6.5 for Master’s
Top 10 Universities in Australia
  1. Australian National University (ANU)
  2. University of Sydney
  3. University of Melbourne
  4. University of New South Wales (UNSW)
  5. University of Queensland (UQ)
  6. Monash University
  7. University of Western Australia (UWA)
  8. University of Adelaide
  9. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
  10. University of Wollongong
Top 10 Popular Courses in Australia
  1. Business and Management
  2. Medicine/ Nursing
  3. Accounting
  4. Dental
  5. Law
  6. Education
  7. Engineering
  8. Computing and IT
  9. Creative arts and design
  10. Geology
Fee Structure and Scholarship of Australia
  • Fee starting from AUD 10000 to 30000 depending on the universities and colleges and courses
  • Scholarship starting from 10 to 30% depending on the universities and colleges and courses.
  • Crown provides 10% scholarship and IIBIT Federation provides 16% scholarship for the international students if they meet the application criteria.
Intakes
The Major Intakes
  • February
  • July

Australia generally has two intakes i.e. February and July, with few universities offering multiple intakes in September & November.

Work While You Study in Australia

As an International student on student visa, students can get to work upto 40 hours every two weeks. Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part-time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience in your study area. Australia has a vibrant community which is very welcoming to the new people so adjusting there won’t be a problem to the new international students. There are plenty of ways to find work that suits you, including Industries such as retail, hospitality, tourism, agricultural, sales, etc. are usually on the lookout for student workers with flexible hours.

Career Opportunity

After your graduation, you have several options available to you whether you stay in Australia or head home. You may be able to continue your studies in Australia to pursue a higher level qualification or another field of study, you may be eligible to undertake post study work to put your newly gained knowledge to use and gain work experience in Australia, or you may choose to go home to undertake further study or work there. If you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new visa.

Step by step guidelines from us for study in Australia
  1. Get the counseling from certified counselor
  2. Choose the right course and university
  3. Book seat for your IELTS/PTE class and take the exam
  4. After result Documents are forwarded to Institutions for an offer letter
  5. Receive Institution Offer Letter
  6. Collect Student Visa Documents
  7. Pay Tuition Fee And ECOE
  8. Lodge Student Visa Medical
  9. Collect Visa Grant Letter

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