Australia is one of the most renowned countries in the world for its education standards and academic achievements.
  • Australia is a popular study destination for students looking for premium education at world-class universities.
  • 7 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian.
  • 5 out of 30 best student cities in the world are in Australia.
  • Cost of higher education in Australia is much lesser than countries like the UK, USA, etc.
  • The Indian system of education (12+3) is well accredited for getting a master’s degree from Australia.
  • Australian education is recognized and praised globally.
  • Study Visa regulations for Australia is simple, straight forward and fair.

The government of Australia provides approximately 200 million Australian dollars annually towards International scholarships.

Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind only the United Kingdom and the United States despite having a population of only 23 million. A student opting to study in Australia can not only get a world-class education but also a quality life which includes a rich culture and sports as Australia is also a sports-oriented country.

The Education system in Australia


A graduate will take three years, and a further year of study will lead to an Honors degree. Not every degree follows this 3+1 pattern; there are some four-year degrees (which may or may not be awarded Honors), and some specialist graduate “programs” which take longer to complete.

Post Graduate 

A graduate program may be followed by a Post Graduate one. A candidate who does not hold an Honors degree may be awarded a Post Graduate degree with honours; such a degree usually involves two years study, compared to one year for a Post Graduate for a candidate who does have an Honors degree. A candidate who has either a Post Graduate or a bachelor’s degree with Honors may proceed to a doctoral degree.

Graduate/Advanced – Diploma/Certificate

A one-year full-time course of study for graduates. It does not always require its students to have prior learning or experience in the subject matter of the diploma.

Postgraduate Diploma/Certificate

A one-year full-time study, designed for graduates, which builds on the subject matter in the academic field of the previous degree.

Applying for a Course or Institute


The academic year in Australia varies between states and institutions, but generally runs from early March to late November, or mid-July to late June with seasonal holidays and breaks for each educational institution.

English Language Requirements

All students must be fluent in English language if they are to succeed at a university in Australia. A band score of 5.5+ for undergraduate & 6.0+ for postgraduate courses is desirable.


Documents needed for applying for a study visa in Australia are: resume, statement of purpose, mark sheets & certificates of X, XII, till Graduation or relevant degree transcripts (If applicable), Certificates of extra-curricular activities, work experience certificates (If applicable), a copy of the student’s passport , and preferably reference letters from colleges & employers.


The tuition fee to study abroad in Australia vary from course to course and university to university. An Undergraduate or Graduate program can cost anywhere between A$ 15,000 and A$ 33, 000 approximately per year. The cost of studying a Diploma or Post-Graduate Diploma in Australia may cost A$ 10,000 to A$ 20,000 approximately per year, while the cost of studying for a Post Graduate Degree may be anywhere between A$ 20,000 and A$ 35,000. The estimated living cost or living expenses in Australia can be between A$15,000 to A$ 20,000 approximately per year.

Partner Institutes

Asia Pacific International College (APIC)
ATMC(Australian Technical & Management Colleges)– Federation University /University of sunshine coast
Australian Institute of Music
Curtin College to Curtin University
Deakin College to Deakin University
Edith Cowan College to Edith Cowan University
Eynesbury College to University of South Australia or University of
Griffith College to Griffith University
La Trobe College to La Trobe University
New Castle International College to University
to New Castle
SAIBT(South Australian Institute of Business and Technology) to University of South
SIBT(Sydney Institute of Business and Technology)  to Western Sydney University
University of Canberra International College to
University of Canberra
Baxter College
Curtin University
Deakin University
ECA College
International Institute of Business and Information Technology(IIBIT–Federation
James Cook University
Kangan Institute
La trobe University
Queensland University of Technology
Southern Cross University
Swinburne University of Technology
TAFE(Technical and further education 
University of Sunshine Coast
Victoria University
Western Sydney University
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