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Australia maintains a globally renowned reputation for excellence in education, complemented by exceptional living conditions in a diverse and multicultural society. Education in Australia is stimulating and enjoyable, offering rich rewards.

The University of New South Wales, UNSW Sydney

University of Queensland

Monash University

RMIT University

University of Tasmania

Flinders University

Charles Strutt University

Kaplan Business School

Le Cordon Bleu

Deakin University

University of Adelaide

Southern Cross University


In Australia, the weather is different depending on where you are in the country. Most of the country experiences a predominantly arid or semi-arid climate. Coastal regions enjoy temperate conditions, while the interior can be extremely hot and dry, leading to periodic droughts and bushfires. Also, the seasons in Australia are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere. Summer is from December to February, Autumn is from March to May, Winter is from June to August,and Spring is from September to November.


Australia's diverse population is characterized by its multiculturalism, stemming from decades of immigration. Indigenous Australians, with a rich cultural heritage dating back thousands of years, coexist with people worldwide, contributing to a vibrant and inclusive society.

Political Condition

Australia is a parliamentary democracy with a constitutional monarchy, where the monarch of the United Kingdom serves as the ceremonial head of state. The country is known for its stable political environment. It has a two-party system dominated by the Australian Labour Party and the Liberal Party, which form successive governments through elections.


Australia boasts a highly developed and resilient economy driven by industries like mining, agriculture, tourism, and services. It strongly emphasises trade, particularly with Asian markets, and benefits from a well-regulated financial sector. The nation's economic performance is influenced by global commodity prices.

Study In

Australia offers an unparalleled opportunity for international students to gain a world-class education. Our expertise and personalized guidance simplify the process, ensuring your seamless transition to prestigious Australian institutions.

Entry Requirements

To study in Australia, you must have a recognized secondary education qualification and demonstrate English proficiency through exams like IELTS or TOEFL. You must then meet financial obligations for tuition and living expenses and obtain a Subclass 500 student visa from the Australian Department of Home Affairs.


Tuition fees vary by course, institution, and study level, with undergraduate programs averaging AUD 20,000 to AUD 45,000 per year and postgraduate programs ranging from AUD 22,000 to AUD 50,000 annually.

Living Expenses

Student visa applicants will need to show they have a minimum of AU$24,505 in savings to cover annual living costs and AU$2000 for travel, along with the required funds for their tuition fees.

Part-time work rights

International students on a student visa can work up to 48 hours per fortnight (two weeks) during study periods and unlimited hours during official university breaks. Students are usually paid around A$20/hr.

Stay Back After Course

The duration of the post-study work visa (Subclass 485) varies based on the location of the university, allowing bachelor's degree holders to stay for up to four years, master's students for up to five years, and PhD graduates for up to six years. Some courses offer additional extensions for post-study.

Frequently Asked

The term GTE, or Genuine Temporary Entrant, refers to a process Australia uses to assess the authenticity of student visa applicants and prevent any misuse of visas for illegal migration. GTE is a crucial component of the student visa application. It helps the university  determine your genuine intent to study in Australia.

Family members can join you on a dependent student visa if they meet the GTE and visa requirements.

Many Australian universities offer scholarships based on merit and other criteria.

Studying in Australia can provide pathways to permanent residency based on specific criteria.

The visa fee for the Australian student visa (Subclass 500) is AUD 710. This payment has to be made online while making the visa application to the Australian Department of Home Affairs.