- Undergraduate – AUD 15,000 onwards
- Postgraduate – AUD 20,000 onwards
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International students required documents:
- Academic certificates and Transcripts/Mark-sheet
- IELTS/Doulingo certificates (if doesn’t have without IELTS possible through University assessment)
- Personal statement
- Interested Subject and location
- Bank Statement (AUD 20,290 living expense+ remaining tuition fees of first year)
- Reference letter
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Frequently ask questions
A). For most graduate courses a minimum of high school level certification is required from an
Australian school or its equivalent if student is from a foreign country. There will also be a
minimum cut off for the student’s GPA, depending on the course and university that he is aiming
for. It is best that you reach out to one of our Australia education consultants for a free initial
consultation to address this and other queries
A). OSHC or overseas student health cover is a mandatory insurance requirement for obtaining
your student visa. The insurance cover is required for the entire duration of your stay in the
country and must be paid upfront in full as partial payments are not allowed
- February intake is the Primary (main) Intake in Australia, and as the name suggests it starts in February, the secondary intake falls in July. Like most of the countries, the Primary intake will have the most number of the courses offered by almost every University.
- The July intake will have limited number of Universities offering limited number of courses to choose from.These two are major intakes in Australia.
- There are other intakes like September and November intake in Australia, too, with even fewer courses. Vocational Courses have the intakes for January, May or July, depending upon the course and University.
Admission is a 2 stage process. A Student needs to submit application form, and past academic
documents along with Passport. For a detailed list of documents please contact our offices.
Admission offer letter in Australia takes anywhere between 3 days to a month depending on the
course and institution. It is desirable to apply 3-4 months before the start of the program.
Once student gets an offer letter the student has to fulfill conditions (if any) specified in the offer
letter and submit documentation to satisfy the university or institute of sufficiency of funds.
There may also be a telephonic interview at any stage of the admission process. The first term
fee is also payable at this stage. On receiving confirmation of payment of fee and satisfactory
documentation the student gets an electronic confirmation of enrollment (ECOE) based on which
the student can file for a student visa.
International students who are studying in a course of more than one year duration can work part
time up to 40 hours per fortnight during course time and full time during vacation, provided this
does not interfere with their study program. Almost all Universities and TAFE institutions have a
Careers Office, which regularly posts employment vacancies. Spouse of a student in Australia
can also work full time if the student is enrolled for a 2 year Master program and part time ( 40
hours per fortnight) in other cases.
Australia provides a work permit for a period of 2 years to students who have taken up an
education program of 2 year or more on completion of the educational program. With this work
permit the student can work full time for a period of 2 years after completion of the course.
International students who have graduated in Australia would also gain points under the Skilled
Migrant Category and are eligible for applying for PR.
Visa process normally takes around 3 to 8 weeks. It is compulsory to maintain Overseas Student
Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of your study. The visa officer usually relies on the
university or institution’s assessment of your candidature but they may also carry out
independent assessment. A student has to submit all documentation to visa authorities. Just like
the university student will need to prove to the visa authorities of financial preparedness to pay
for living expenses, education costs and travel for the course. Students will be required to show
AU$18,000 towards living expenses per annum along with the balance fee for the remaining year
as finances for visa purposes. (For a detailed list please contact any of our offices). The visa
officer may also conduct a telephonic interview wherever necessary.