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Australia is a beautiful and diverse country in Oceania that offers high-quality education to international students at affordable costs.

Many Australian universities are ranked among the top 100 in the world and accredited by MCI, WHO, UNESCO and FAIMER.

The tuition fees for studying in Australia are much lower than in India and many other countries. The average cost of a full undergraduate program in Australia can range from $15,000 to $33,000 per year.

The Australian government also offers scholarships and discounts to international students.

The medium of instruction for studying in Australia is English, which is a significant advantage for Indian students who may not be proficient in other languages.

The course and curriculum are designed to meet international standards and provide comprehensive theoretical and practical training to students.

The Australian education system offers a wide range of courses and degrees to choose from. You can study just about anything in Australia, from arts and humanities to science and technology. You can also opt for vocational courses that provide hands-on skills and industry experience.

The admission process for studying in Australia is simple and straightforward. Students do not need to clear any entrance exam or pay any donation fee. They only need to have good academic records and English proficiency scores to secure admission.

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Australian Catholic University, Canberra
Curtin University
Deakin University
Flinders University
Griffith College
La Trobe College
Le Cordon Bleu, Melbourne
Monash University
Queensland University of Technology
The University of Queensland
University of Adelaide College
University of Canberra College
University of New South Wales
University of Newcastle
University of Tasmania
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Frequently Asked Questions
To study in Australia, international students must demonstrate proficiency in English by taking an English language test such as IELTS, TOEFL, PTE or Cambridge English. The required minimum score may vary depending on the institution and the course you are applying for.
To apply for a student visa, you need to first apply and get accepted into an Australian institution. After receiving an offer letter, you can then apply for a student visa through the Department of Home Affairs website.
Living expenses in Australia can vary depending on the location and lifestyle. On average, a student needs around AUD 20,000 to 25,000 per year for living expenses, including accommodation, food, and transportation.
Yes, international students can work part-time while studying in Australia. However, there are some limitations on the number of hours you can work during term-time. You can work up to 40 hours per fortnight during term-time and full-time during vacations.
Yes, there are various scholarships available for international students in Australia. These scholarships may be offered by universities, government organizations, and private institutions. You can search for available scholarships on the Study in Australia website or the website of the institution you plan to attend.
Yes, you can bring your family members with you to Australia, but you need to apply for a dependent visa for them. The visa requirements and application process may vary depending on your circumstances.
International students in Australia are required to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their studies. This covers the cost of basic medical treatments and hospitalization. Students can choose their OSHC provider from a range of approved providers.
The academic calendar in Australia usually starts in February or March and runs until November or December, depending on the institution and course. There are usually two semesters, with breaks in between, including a long summer break from December to February.
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