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Study in Australia

When you have planned to study in Australia, it is obvious that you want to study in the best college and get the most reputable degree in the field of your choice. Australia is the top destination for study in USA for Indian students for their graduation and Postgraduation. Here are reasons why study in the Australia for international students is a good choice:

In the last decade, Australia has been one of the most popular study locations for Indians. With seven Australian universities routinely placing in the top 100 institutions in world rankings, the country has a world-class education curriculum and infrastructure.

ts reputation as being one of the world’s sunniest countries containing breathtaking beaches, mountains and deserts, Australia has long been a popular destination for international students despite its remote location.

Boasting a very multi-cultural society with Aboriginal, Asian and British influences, whether you decide to study in the big cities such as Sydney or Melbourne or somewhere more off the beaten track study in Australia.

Diploma & Advanced Diploma: AU$10,000 to 14,000 per year and intakes are Feb, July, and November(Depending on Universities)

Bachelor’s Degree: AU$: 15,000 to 19,000 per year and intakes are Feb, July, and November(Depending on Universities)

Graduate Diplomas & Masters: AU$15,000/- to AU$23,000 per year and intakes are Feb, July, and November(Depending on Universities)

Documents Required for Admission

  • Passport
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet
  • Intermediate Mark Sheets (Class 11 and Class 12)
  • Any Degree (Individual Semester Transcripts, Consolidated Marks Memo(CMM) & Provisional Certificate(PC))
  • Post Graduate Certificates (If Any)
  • Letter of Recommendations(LOR’s) from Academic Professor – 2 (Must Include Mail and Phone Number of the Professor on College/University Letter Head )
  • Statement of Purpose (SOP)
  • Experience Letter (If Any)

Australia Student Visa

An Overseas Student Programme is operated by the Australian Government, allowing people who are not permanent residents to study there. The visa you will need will depend on the level of course you are studying.

Subclass 570 – For those wishing to study English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS)

Subclass 573 – A visa for higher education leading to a bachelor or associate degree, graduate certificate or graduate diploma.

Subclass 574 – For those wishing to study a masters degree or a doctorate.

Visa application process:

For the majority of Individual students enrolling for academic studies in Australia, the visa type is Subclass 570. The following steps are to be followed for visa application:

  • A Subclass 500 Student Visa currently costs around AU$575, but you should check the Home Affairs website to ensure the price hasn’t changed and also to check if you are exempt from the charge.
  • Proof of your acceptance onto an approved course in Australia.
  • Proof of Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) if required
  • Evidence of AUS$20,290 per year for living expenses
  • Visa processing times can vary so you should apply in plenty of time. You can find estimates of the time you might have to wait here.


Scholarship to Study in Australia for Indian Students:

As well as scholarships offered by individual universities, there are also schemes which are offered by the Australian government as well as private organisations.

Australian Government Research and Training Program (AGRTP): Funded by the Australian Government, it covers a student’s tuition fee and health insurance for up to three years. Supports a student’s (local and international) Research Doctorate and Research Master’s degree.

Destination Australia: This scholarship aims to encourage international students to study in regional Australia to regionally develop tertiary education providers in Australia and provide a learning experience to its students. The value of the funding is up to $15,000 for each scholarship, yearly to study at the campus from 202. It’s funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and is in line with the National Strategy for International Education 2025.

John Allwright Fellowship (JAF): Provides scientists from partner countries engaged in the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) research projects with the opportunity to obtain postgraduate qualifications at Australian tertiary institutions. It provides PhD and master’s scholarships on an annual basis to agricultural researchers and administered through the Australia Awards system.

Australia Awards: Funded by the Department of Education and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT). Aims to provide students from developing regions an opportunity to pursue their UG/PG program at participating universities in Australia and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.


There are plenty of accommodation choices available to you whilst you study in Australia after 12th but, unlike other countries, there is very little accommodation provided by the university, meaning that most students will live off-campus in shared rental properties, homestays or hostels. Most universities will encourage international students to arrive in Australia 2-3 weeks before their course starts in order to get settled. Study in Australia cost for Indian students can be relatively high along with the augmented cost of living expenses. You can expect your living expenses to be on average AU$20,000 per year.

Australian Culture

Known for their friendliness and laid-back attitude, Australians are sociable, informal and sporty. They are confident in voicing their opinions, sometimes very direct in their approach, and embrace the freedom of speech, sexuality, and religion which is enjoyed in the country. Most Australians are fun-loving, employing a sharp, sarcastic sense of humour and a lot of slan.

Student Montly Expenses

  • Accommodation: AU$650 (Melbourne could be as much as AU$1500
  • Utility bills: AU$10
  • Broadband internet: AU$50
  • Mobile Phone: AU$3
  • Broadband internet: AU$50
  • Cinema ticket: AU$15
  • Groceries: AU$550
  • Travel: AU$150

List of Australian Universities

  • Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, Melboume, Brisbane Canberra
  • Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00004G)
  • Charles Sint University, Wagga Wagga, Sydney Melbourne & Brisbane(CRICOS Code 0005F)
  • Australian Technical & Management College (Federation University, Melboume & Sydney (CRICOS Code 0001030)
  • Australian Technical & Management College (University of Sunshine Coast Melbourne & Sydney ATMC) (CRICOS Code 015950)
  • Victoria University, Sydney Campus (CRICOS Code 024750)
  • Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Pent(CRICOS Code 02380M)
  • International College of Management Sydney (CRICOS Code 01454M)
  • Engineering Institute of Technology Perth (CRICOS Code 83567C)
  • The Hotel school, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 01241G)
  • Airways Aviation, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast (CRICOS Code 00296A)
  • Amber Aviation Academy, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 03482A)
  • Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney (CRICOS Code 01328A)
  • Asia Pacific International College, Sydney & Melbourne (CRICOS Code030)
  • SAE Institute Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth (CRICOS Code 003121)
  • Australian National University College, Canbers (CRICOS Code 0162E)
  • The University of New South Wales, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00098G)
  • The University of Queensland, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 000258)
  • Monash University Melbourne (CRICOS Code 0008C)
  • The University of Adelaide, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 00123M)
  • The University of Newcastle (CRICOS Code 00108J)
  • Macquaire University, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00002)
  • Curtin University, Perth (CRICOS Code 00301J)
  • Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00213)
  • RMIT University, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 00122A)
  • Deakin University, Melbourne & Geelong (CRICOS Code 001138)
  • University of South Australia, Adelaide (CRICOS Code 001218)

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