Study In Australia

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Study in one of the most sought after study abroad destinations

Australia has over the years become one of the fastest-growing destinations for international students. The top universities in Australia are gaining a reputation worldwide for providing quality education and providing excellent support to international students. Among other reasons why international students prefer Australia is because of its quality lifestyle, comparatively low cost of living and spectacular natural attractions. The post-study work opportunities have also made it an attractive choice

Australia In A Nutshell

Quick Facts to know about Studying In Australia

Australia is one of the fastest-growing destination for international students.  Studying in Australia is fantastic way to further your education and boost your career prospects. Many International students now consider studying in Australia due to the cultural diversity, friendly native people, and a high standard of education.

Why You should Study In Australia

1.Top quality universities

International students have a wide variety of choice when it comes to studying in Australia. Australia has some of the best universities in the world with 5 of its universities among top 50 of the world’s top institutions based on the QS World University Rankings 2022.

2. Safety and Security

It is safe to live and study in Australia, which ranks among the safest countries in the world. It ranks 13th in the 2020 Global Peace Index of the Institute for Economics & Peace. In addition, according to OECD Better Life Index, about 63% of people in Australia say that they feel safe walking alone at night. Although crime rates are low and strict gun control laws ensure a safe environment for people living in Australia, it is still important to look after oneself and be aware of the risks that may exist.

3. Post study stay back options

After graduating, students have access to get employment in Australia. Graduates can apply for a post-study work visa for up 2- 3 years in Australia.

4. Work while you study

Getting a job is a great option for international students who want to
earn money to support their studies and life in Australia. It is possible to work while studying in Australia. There are a lot of opportunities and job choices to choose from, such as in retail stores, hospitality services, farming, tutoring, clerical work, and caregiving.
A student can work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while studying, and unlimited hours during holidays. The minimum rate of pay is guaranteed
no matter what job a student does. Many Australian degrees also include internships and opportunities to give students work experience.  This helps students to gain hands-on industry experience and also build their professional network while they are still studying.

5. Vast Career opportunities

Most Australian institutions provide an education that is designed to help you succeed in the global workforce. Getting an Australian qualification  makes you very attractive to potential employers in, Australia, your home country and even around the world.

6. High quality of life

Most Australian cities are consistently ranked among  the most liveable in the world which are perfect for student life. The quality of education, healthcare, transport, infrastructure and government services are rated well above international averages.  Most cities have very low crime rates with safe streets and public spaces.

Cost of Studying in Australia

The overall cost of studying can be divided into two categories – Tuition Fees and Cost of Living.
The cost of studying in Australia depends on the  the course and university you choose. The living expenses you incur also depend on the school, location and your lifestyle. 

Climate and Weather

The climate in Australia varies greatly all over the country. There are four seasons across most parts of Australia and the tropical north region only has a wet and dry season. As Australia is located in the southern hemisphere, its climate is opposite from that of the United States and the United Kingdom. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring. Australia is often termed as a land of diversity: it has lush tropical rainforests, vast deserts, breathtaking beaches, expansive grazing lands, and rich marine life. It is also a land of extremes, with temperatures varying from peak 40°C in the central desert regions to below freezing point in the southeast higher regions. At times, both extremes can be experienced on the same day. From its northernmost point on Cape York to the southern tip of Tasmania, Australia experiences almost every climatic condition encountered elsewhere in the world, alongside some unique conditions. Australia is known for its long, hot, and often dry summers while its rainfall is highly variable with low average annual rainfall in over most of the continent and intense seasonal falls in the tropics.

Study Destinations

Melbourne is an international place to live, with more than 40% of its population coming from overseas. The city is one of the most livable cities in the world, ranking highly in the 2019 Mercer Quality of Living report.
Melbourne is also considered one of the world’s favorite study destinations for its good transport links, affordable student accommodation and dining, and exciting culture and events.
The top 5 universities in Melbourne based on the 2021 QS World University Rankings are the following:

  • University of Melbourne
  • Monash University
  • RMIT University (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
  • Swinburne University of Technology
  • La Trobe University

Another great Australian city for students is Sydney, the country’s largest city and the economic and financial
hub. Sydney is known for its wide selection of educational institutions with strong international linkages mixed
with a welcoming experience for students. The city is home to some of the most respected universities in Australia such as the University of Sydney and the The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney.
Other cities recognized for their high-level education and friendly environment for international students are
Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, and Gold Coast. 


New South Wales

Australian Catholic University
Charles Sturt University
Macquarie University
Southern Cross University
University of New England
University of New South Wales
University of Newcastle
University of Sydney
University of Technology, Sydney
Western Sydney University
University of Wollongong

South Australia

Carnegie Mellon University
Flinders University
Torrens University Australia
University of Adelaide
University of South Australia


University of Tasmania


Bond University
CQ University
Federation University of Australia
Griffith University
James Cook University
Queensland University of Technology
University of Queensland
University of Southern Queensland
University of the Sunshine Coast


Deakin University
Federation University of Australia
La Trobe University
Monash University
RMIT University
Swinburne University of Technology
University of Divinity
University of Melbourne
Victoria University

Australian Capital Territory

Australian National University
University of Canberra

Northern Territory

Charles Darwin University

Western Australia

Curtin University
Edith Cowan University
Murdoch University
University of Notre Dame Australia
University of Western Australia

Australian Capital Territory

Australian National University
University of Canberra

Frequently Asked Questions About Australia

What are the minimum qualifications and requirements to study in Australia?

The minimum requirements vary from institution to institution. It is therefore advisable to inquire form our counselors which institutions fits you best for your course learn directly about their specific requirements.

How long can I stay in Australia after my masters?

You can stay in Australia for 18 months to four years after graduating depending on what kind of qualification you have. First you will need a Graduate Skilled Temporary (subclass 485) visa.

What is the duration of Masters in Australia?

It can range from 1-2 years.

What are the top 5 universities in Australia?

According to QS World Rankings, top 5 universities in Australia are The Australian National University, The University of Melbourne, The University of Sydney and The University of South Wales.

How many hours can you work part time during classes?

As a student you are allowed to work up to 20 hours while studying and you can work up to 40 hours during holidays

How To Apply

Talk to our counselors to advice you on which schools are best for courses you want. Once you have chosen the school, you will need make an application. Every school has different requirements for application. It is more advisable to start you application an year before you want to start your studies.
Contact us we will help you make your application. We will guide you through all of the required processes for FREE till you get to Australia
Get expert advise on:

  • The documents you need to apply
  • The tuition fees required
  • The cost of living – Rent and how much it will cost to live in Australia
  • Other things required like Language tests, VISA, health insurance and more
  • Accommodation

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