Australia ranks third worldwide in the number of international students, with only the United Kingdom and the United States in the lead. Australia offers a wide range of study options for international students, with 1000+ institutions and thousands of courses to choose from.
As an international student on a student visa, one must study with an institution and in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). CRICOS registration guarantees that the course and the institution at which you study meet the high standards expected by international students. You can look for courses and institutions online.
Australia has five of the best cities in the world for students based on student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employer activity. Rightway makes it easier for you to come and experience the difference Australian education can make to your future. Australia has a course for everyone, with the top universities, in the study areas of Sciences, Technical Courses, Medicine & Pharmacy, and Physics. International students have experienced a sea change after studying in Australia, and they have proved their worth worldwide in different spheres.
Australia has temperate weather. Climatic conditions can vary from one part of the country to the other because of the huge size of the country. The northern part of the country experiences warm weather most of the year while the southern part has colder winters. Indian population is spread across the country. Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth are the places where a big number of Indians reside and work in Australia. They have now become a significant part of the country.
The cost of study depends on the institution and the course that one chooses. The course fees for different levels is as follows: Undergraduate Bachelors Degree- $12,000- $30,000 (approx.), Postgraduate Masters Degree- $18,000- $34,000(approx.)
The financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa for Australia. From 1 July 2016 the 12 month living cost is:
- Main Applicant - $19,830
- Partner or spouse - $6,940
- Child - $2,970
English Language Requirements
Students must be fluent in English language if they want to excel at a university in Australia. A band score of 6.0 for undergraduate & 6.5 for postgraduate program is strongly recommended.
Documents required for applying for study visa in Australia are:
- Academics mark sheets from 10th onward to last studies. (i.e. Graduation or Post graduation)
- Ielts Scorecard
- Statement of purpose
- work experience (If applicable)
- Reference letters from colleges & employers – If applicable
INTAKES - ADMISSIONS
Australian institutions have main intakes in the month of February/ March. July/ August intake is also a significant intake with less courses in the specific field.
WORK RIGHTS DURING STUDIES – PART TIME/FULL TIME
Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week during their studies and full time during the holidays.
LIST OF COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
- University of Technology Sydney
- Victoria university
- Western Sydney university
- Australian Catholic university
- Study group
- TAFE Queensland
- TAFE South Australia
- TAFE Western Australia
- University of South Australia
- Australian college of Technology
- Chisholm institute of TAFE
- Curtin International College
- Curtin University Sydney
- Deakin University
- Edith Cowman University
- Eynesbury International
- Federation University Australia
- Flinders University
- Griffith University
- Homesglen Institute of TAFE
- James Cook university
- Kangan Institute
- Latrobe University
- Monash University
- Australian Technical and Management College
- Canberra Institute of Technology
- Murdoch University
- RMIT University
- South Bank Institute of Technology
- Southern Cross University
- University of Tasmania
- Queensland University of Technology