One of the hottest destination in the world for studying – Australia is truly great country. Diverse & multicultural, students have great experience of studying in some of the world’s best universities. Australia has the highest percentage of universities ranked in the top world 100 than any other country including USA!!!
Affordable, high quality education to suit every pocket puts it right at the top. A 2 year post study work permit for international students allows you to get international, fully paid work experience.
Weather in Australia is truly blessed as well. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide & Canberra are the most popular study destinations.
1. Top ranking Universities:
The presence of Australian Universities is seen among the top 100 world ranking Universities. Australia also has 15 universities ranked in the top 100 “under 50” in the Times Higher Education Ranking (2012).
Apart from this Australia is home to The Group of Eight (Go8) which is a leading Australian tertiary institution, intensive in research and comprehensive in general and professional education. The Group of Eight is ranked 27 to 92 in the world.
2. High Quality of Education:
The Australian government has put in place a system that ensures that, international students receive the desired quality of education.
The ESOS (Education Services for Overseas Students) Act 2000 defines a legal framework which governs the delivery of education to International students studying in Australia on a student visa.
Commonwealth register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) - is a database of all the registered Australian Education Institutions. In order to be able to enroll and teach an international student Institutions in Australia must be registered by CRICOS.
National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) - is an Australian government organization that assesses and recognizes overseas qualifications.
3. Cost Effectiveness:
Australia offers its students quality education coupled with cost effective tuition fees. Bachelor’s degrees can be completed in 3 years as compared to 4 in the USA. The tuition fee for most popular courses is much lower as compared to those offered in other countries. This does not mean that Australian Universities compromise on the quality outcomes or the level of teaching. On the contrary, Australian Universities have international reputation and are recognized world over.
4. Safe, Diverse and Multicultural Environment:
Australia is a diverse and vibrant country. Over the years Australia has attracted a diverse number of students from Asia, Europe and North America. People have the right to practice their faith without persecution or discrimination and Australia welcomes the wealth of cultural diversity that international students bring. At the same time Australia is a very safe country with very limited political unrest and rare cases of crime.
5. Research Intensive Universities:
Australia has a long and proud tradition of world class research and development that has benefited millions around the world. With about 50,000 people in higher education organizations involved in R&D, Australia has a strong research and development (R&D) capabilities.
6. Global Recognition:
By studying in Australia, a student receives qualifications that are sought after worldwide. This is ensured by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). This allows you to move easily from one level of study to the next and from one institution to another, as long as you satisfy student visa requirements. It allows for choice and flexibility in career planning.
7. Scholarships and Internships:
There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries which can help support you financially with your studies in Australia. They are offered by the Australian Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private organizations. Internships are temporary work placements in workplaces and education institutions. Internships can be paid or unpaid depending on the industry and the length of placement, and are a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the area of your study. Talk to us.
8. Opportunities to Work after graduation:
The recent changes in the government policies in Australia have made it possible for International students to gain Post Study Work visa in Australia from minimum 2 years for Bachelors & Masters, and up to 4 years for PhD/research students. This gives the students a Golden Opportunity to gain international work experience for career development. The money earned is a bonus and enough to pay for the education in Australia.
9. Work while studying:
While studying in Australia, a student has the advantage of working part-time(off Campus/On Campus) in order to gain work experience as well as manage their own living expenses. A student is permitted to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight when his/her course is in session, and unlimited hours when course is not in session. Spouse of Masters Degree & higher courses students are allowed to work full time.
- Group of Eight (Ranked 17-113 in the world)
- Australian National University
- The University of Melbourne
- The University of Sydney
- The University of Queensland
- The University of New South Wales
- Monash University
- The University of Western Australia
- The University of Adelaide
- ATN- Australian Technology Network
- RMIT University
- University of Technology, Sydney
- Queensland University of Technology
- Curtin University of Technology
- University of South Australia
- Other Leading Universities
- Australian Catholic University - Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane
- Australian Graduate School of Management - AGSM (UNSW)
- Bond University - Brisbane
- Central Queensland University - Melbourne, Sydney, Gold Coast, Rockhampton
- Charles Darwin University - Melbourne
- Charles Sturt University - Sydney
- Deakin University - Melbourne, Geelong
- ECU (Edith Cowan University) - Perth
- Federation University - Melbourne, Ballarat
- Griffith University - Brisbane, Gold Coast
- James Cook University – Cairns Townsville, Brisbane, Sydney
- La Trobe University - Melbourne, Bendigo
- Macquarie University
- Melbourne Business School
- Southern Cross University – Sydney, Lismore
- Swinburne University of Technology - Melbourne
- University of Canberra
- University of Southern Queensland - Sydney, Toowoomba
- University of Tasmania - Hobart
- VU ( Victoria University) - Melbourne
- Western Sydney University
- ACN (Australian Campus Network) - Sydney
- Australian National Institute of Business and Technology (ANIBT)
- Australian Technical & Management College - ATMC
- Basair Aviation College - Australia
- Box Hill Institute of TAFE
- Bradford College
- Cambridge International College
- Curtin International College - Perth
- Deakin College
- ECU College
- ETI - Perth
- Holmes Institute - Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane
- Holmesglen Institute of TAFE - Melbourne
- Hotel School, Sydney
- ICHM - International College of Hospitality Management - Adelaide
- IIBIT - Institute of International Business and Information Technology
- Insearch - UTS
- Kangan Institute
- Kangan Batman Institute of TAFE - Melbourne
- Kaplan Business School Australia - Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide
- Kent Institute
- Le Cordon Bleu - Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne
- Macquarie College
- MIT (Melbourne Institute of Technology) - Melbourne
- Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE - Melbourne
- QIBT (Queensland Institute of Business & Technology) - Brisbane
- SAIBT ( South Australia Institute of Business and Technology) - Adelaide
- SBIT - Southbank Institute of Technology
- SIBT (Sydney Institute of Business & Technology) - Sydney
- Southbank Institute of TAFE - Brisbane
- Study Group - Australia
- TAFE NSW
- TAFE South Australia - Adelaide
- TAFE Western Australia - Perth
- TAFE Queensland - Brisbane
- Taylor's College - Study Group Australia
- Williams Angliss Institute of TAFE - Melbourne
The costs of studying in Australia depend on the institution and the level of study you choose. The list below gives you an indication of the range of course costs for different types of qualifications.
- School – AUD 7,800 TO AUD 30,000
- English Language studies – Around AUD 300 per week depending on course length
- Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) – AUD 14,000 TO AUD 22,000
- Undergraduate Bachelor Degree – AUD 15,000 to AUD 33,000
- Postgraduate Master Degree - AUD 20,000 to AUD 37,000
The Government of Australia states that a student can comfortable make his living in approx. $14,000-$18,000 AUD per year. Also, in order to obtain a Student Visa you must meet this financial requirement.
In Australia scholarships are awarded to International Students are Merit based. Other criteria are on basis of good performances in Academics and extracurricular awards and achievements.
While studying in Australia, a student has the advantage of working part-time in order to gain work experience as well as manage their own living expenses. A student is permitted to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight when his/her course is in session, and unlimited hours during holidays. The recent changes in the government policies in Australia have made it possible for International students to gain Post Study Work visa in Australia for upto 4 years depending on their educational qualifications gained. This gives the students a fair chance to recover the money spent on education as well as gain international work experience.
From 1 July 2014, the national minimum wage in Australia increase by 3%. The new national minimum wage will now be AUD 640.90 per week or AUD 16.87 per hour.
1. Can I work Part Time while studying?
Yes, you can work up to 40- hours per fortnightly part time and full time during your university vacations.
2. Is there a Post study work option or possibility of applying for PR?
Students you have completed their graduation/bachelors education in Australia are eligible to put forward an application for a two year post-study work visa.
Similarly you are eligible for 3 year post-study work visa after you have completed your Master’s by research and 4 years post study work permit years after completing PhD course in Australia.
3. What are the general entry requirements for Universities?
You are required to score in English Language Test i.e. IELTS, A school/College completion certificate would be must. Admission requirements to study in Australian universities may vary from institute to institutes according to the student profile. Contact Student Counselor at KAAISER for complete assistance.
4. When should I start the application process?
It is advisable to start an application process minimum of 6 months in advance, so that you are ahead of your schedule.
5. What are the possibilities of getting a scholarship? How do I apply for them?
There are various factors on which a university decides to who the scholarships should be granted. Your academic performance, your involvement in co-curricular activities, sports, etc. Contact KAASIER Counselor for more information about your eligibility.
6. What are the intakes in Australia?
There are two intakes for Admissions in Australian Institution – February & July, with some universities offering multiple intakes in September & November. A university takes 4-6 weeks generally to process an application so you should be ideally apply 7-8 months prior to the intake so that you have ample amount of time for post admissions process.
I did waste a lot of time searching for the best Course (in Engineering) & Institution in Australia and I was pretty much behind my schedule, KAAISER helped me save one precious year by instantaneously getting me an admission to an institute of my choice and the course of my preference. As well as getting me a visa in just 3 weeks and put me on a plane right before my orientation week at the university. I wish them all the very best.
Rohan Malhotra, University of New South Wales
Couple of agents promised me an admission in a top Australian university where I was not eligible, it all ended after my visa rejection. KAAISER saved me from a lot of mess that was created and guided me with the correct course & Institution as well as got my admissions done and the visa was granted without any interview.
Ramandeep Singh, Victoria University
My friends who went to Australia from KAAISER spoke very highly of them, a seminar in my school by Mr. Kapil Chandok from KAAISER proved my cousin right. Mr. Kapil Chandok gave me the answers that I was looking for and helped me look straight up to my dream university. The whole process was done within 45 days and I was in Australia.
Sahil Vig, RMIT
Universities across Australia offer education in many fields and also give you opportunity to study in the world’s best institutions.
- Arts & Design
- Business Administration
- Finance & Economics
- Fashion & Textile
- Hotel Management, Culinary/Pastry/Cookery
- Information Technology
- Management & Commerce
- Physical Education and Sports
- Psychology, Counseling and Social Sciences
- Research, PHD
- Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy & Health
- Mass Communication
- Advertising & Communication
- Chef Program
- Environmental Science
- Finance & Commerce
- Informatics and Business Systems
- Dentistry & Health
- Politics and Policy
- Science & Technology
- Sports Management
- Public Administration