Australia offers a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere which makes it an ideal destination for International Students. Strong educational infrastructure, a high quality of life and relatively lower expenses have made Australia, a preferred destination for higher education in the recent times. Though facing a heavy competition, Australian Institutes are attracting International Students from all over the world.
International Students from all over the world come to Australia to get a world-class higher education and progressive training which can be very beneficial for their future also. In the past 10 years, more than 14 Lakh students from overseas have studied in Australia, which is a proof of the growing craze for Australia. Of these, approximately 27,000 students were from India, who completed post-graduation from Australian Institutes.
Australia welcomes International students with its specialist support services, safe and multicultural environment. In Australia, students are expected to conduct independent research, collect and analyze data by themselves or in groups, to raise questions, to participate in discussions and debates with other students and teachers. Students take an active part in the learning process. They spend a great time in libraries and laboratories conducting their own research. To be a successful student in Australia, you will need to adapt to these new methods of learning and assessment.
After UK and US, Australia has third highest number of foreign students in the world. Some of the top 100 Universities in the world are in Australia. Australia has contributed to science and research through fascinating discoveries, high quality educational opportunities, and international collaboration. Australia has immediate ties to the most powerful economic hubs in the words as it is one of the fastest developing regions near Asia.
Australia is becoming a dream-destination country among global students, particularly Indians. Australia is a land of some remarkable institutions in the world.
Some advantages of studying in Australia:
Australia is famous for its practical and high-quality Education System. So, it's one of the top choices for International Students who want to pursue higher education in abroad. Securing admission in Australian Institutes is a very competitive process. Admission procedure in different Australian Institutes may be differ, but admission requirements and eligibility criteria is almost same for all Educational Institutes. To apply for a study visa at any Australian Institute, students need to have the following documents available and ready with them.
It is important to fulfill the requirements of Australian Student Visa Application in order to avoid delay in processing time. You also must be registered in full time course with one of the educational institutes in Australia. Be acquainted with the instructions, requirements and the entire procedure before applying for an Australian Student Visa. Student should apply for a Student Visa if duration of the course is more than 3 months. Australia has shown a steady increment in granting student visas to Indian Students to study in Australia.
To apply for Australian Student Visa, student must follow this process :
Step 1: Get an offer letter of an Australian Institute.
Step 2: Complete all the documents like SOP, Recommendation Letters and Resume as per the requirements to save time in the visa process.
Step 3: Complete an Australian Student Visa application form carefully.
Step 4: After completing the application form, students require scanned copies of required documents to upload.
Step 5: Pay the application fees which depend on your home country (Application fee is different for different countries).
Step 6: Apply and Wait for the confirmation mail.
Students have facility to work while studying in Australia. Once visa application has been affirmed, then students should check visa
conditions to get information of allowed working hours. Students should also comply with the laws of Australia. Generally, students
require commencement of course to get permission to work. Remember, a visa may be cancelled in case of violation of work conditions.
Australia provides facility to work up to 40 hours per fortnight. A fortnight is a time period of 14 days beginning on any Monday and ending on the second following Sunday. 40 hours a fortnight of students is calculated in this way once the course begins.
|Sr. No.||Institution Name||Campus|
|2.||Canberra Business and Technology College||Gungahlin|
|3.||Harward International College||Melbourne|
|5.||TAFE - QLD||Brisbane, Queensland|
|6.||Universal Institue of Technology||Melbourne|
|7.||University of Notre Dame||Broome, Fremantle, Sydney|
|8.||Skye Line International College||Sydney|
|9.||Engineering Institute of Technology||Perth|
|10.||SYSL Nursing college||Canberra, Sydney|
|11.||The Centre of Excellence||Geelong, Victoria|
|12.||Macquarie Institute of Education and Training||Melbourne, Sydney|
|13.||Ransford College||Melbourne, Sydney|
|14.||Cairns College of English and Business||Cairns|
|15.||Australia Institute of Business and Technology||Brisbane, Sydney, Hobart|
|18.||Australian Institute of Advance Studies||Mount Gravatt East, QLD|
|19.||Institute of Health and Nursing Australia & IHM||Perth, Sydney, Melbourne|
|20.||TriSector Education & Training||Perth|
|21.||Victoria University -Sydney||Sydney, Melbourne|
|22.||Murdoch University - Perth||Perth, Mandurah, Rockingham|
|23.||APIC College||Sydney, Melbourne|
|24.||Education Center of Australia||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane|
|25.||EGI Institute||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane|
|28.||Australian College of Business and Technology||Brisbane|
|29.||Zeneith Business Academy||Sydney|