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Title: Study Abroad|Overseas Education Consultants|Foreign Education Consultants


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GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES
  • Leading Overseas Educational Consultants

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STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
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ABOUT AUSTRALIA
  • Australia has six statesNew South Wales,
    Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria,
    and Western Australiaand two major mainland
    territoriesthe Northern Territory and the
    Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

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Political Map
  • You just need a common student visa to study at
    any of these destinations.

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WHY AUSTRALIA
  • Courses are recognized internationally
  • Education standards are higher and the academic
    environment is stimulating
  • Living costs and tuition fees are comparatively
    lower than most other countries
  • Institutions are accredited by the Australian
    government
  • Australia provides a multicultural environment.
  • High Visa success rate.
  • Preference given for migration

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About AUSTRALIAN Education
  • The Australian education system is broadly
    divided into the university, vocational, school
    and English language sectors.
  • University is the highest level of study in
    Australia. There are 41 universities in total -
    38 public (government funded) and three private.
    You can study at the undergraduate level
    (Bachelor degree) or postgraduate level (Graduate
    Certificate, Diploma, Masters, PhD).
  •  
  • Vocational institutions are closely linked with
    industry, making courses very practical and
    skill-based. Vocational courses are provided at
    both the government-funded Technical and Further
    Education (TAFE) institutes and at private
    institutions. Some universities also offer
    vocational courses.

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List of Univs we represent
  • ACE Australia
  • Australian College Broadway NSW
  • Australian National Airline College
  • ACN, Sydney
  • Australian Institute of Technology Education
  • AUSBATAR, Melbourne
  • ABBEY College
  • Australian Institute of Technical
    Training(Melbourne)
  • Australian Institute of Technology and
    ducation(Melbourne)
  • Australian Institute of Commerce and
    Technology(Perth)
  • Billy Blue School of Graphic Arts
  • BT Education Limited
  • Canterbury Business College

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List of Univs we represent
  • Central Queensland University
  • Charles Darwin University
  • Charles Sturt University
  • CIC, Perth
  • CELUSA, Adelaide
  • Cambridge International College
  • Careers Institute Australia
  • Deakin University
  • Eynesbury, Adelaide
  • Education Access Australia(MIE/MITH)
  • Edith Cowan University
  • Griffith University
  • Hales Institute Hospitality Training Australia

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List of Univs we represent
  • Holmes Institute
  • IIBIT-Ballarat
  • Insearch, UTS
  • KBIT
  • Latrobe University
  • La Trobe International College/ Latrobe
    University
  • MIBT, Melbourne
  • Macquarie University, Sydney
  • Macquarie City College
  • PIBT, Perth
  • QIBT, Brisbane
  • RafflesKvB - Sydney, Australia
  • SAIBT, Adelaide
  • IBT, Sydney

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List of Univs we represent
  • Shaftson International College
  • Sheila Baxter
  • Swinburne TAFE/Swinburne University of Technology
  • The Meridian International School, Australia
  • University of Ballarat
  • University of Southern Queensland
  • University of Sunshine Coast
  • University of Tasmania
  • University of Wollongong
  • USQ, Sydney Education Centre
  • UNIVERSAL NETWORK OF INFOTECH(Adelaide)
  • Victoria University Sydney
  • William Blue School of Hospitality, Tourism and
    Leisure

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WE OFFER YOU FREE SERVICES FOR AUSTRALIA
  • Admission
  • Career Counseling
  • Bank Loan Assistance
  • Choosing the right course in right university
  • Information on courses, colleges, universities
  • Application Processing, References SOP
  • Pre Visa Counseling Documentation
  • Pre departure orientation / briefing
  • Airport pickup and hostel accommodation
  • Lodging Visa Application Follow up status
  • In House IELTS Coaching (except Bangalore)

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  • Australian universities have high quality courses
    and exciting research and development programs.
    Some universities specialise in particular fields
    or research. 
  • Australian universities award the following
    qualifications
  • Bachelor degree
  • Bachelor with Honours
  • Graduate certificate
  • Graduate diploma
  • Masters degree (by research or coursework)
  • Doctoral degree.

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Intakes
  • February/ July Major Intake
  • November It is a smaller intake as all
    universities do not run their courses

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Application processing Fee payable to the
Universities
  • There are some Universities who charge a
    non-refundable application processing fee ranging
    between A

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Documents needed while applying to universities
  • Statement of Purpose
  • CV
  • 2 reference letters. If you have work
    experience, then on academic and one professional
    reference letter
  • All education certificates
  • Work experience documents (if applicable)
  • IELTS or TOEFL score sheet (can be sent even
    after applying)
  • Copy of passport

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Application Decisions
  • Universities take at least 1 to 4 weeks to get
    back with a decision.

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Letter of offer
  • This can be a conditional offer which is
    subjected to you meeting certain condition. (e.g.
    English Language.) You must fill the conditions
    stated in you offer before it can be changed to a
    full offer.
  • Or
  • Full Offer along with information on how to
    accept the offer, course details , tuition fee
    details, Deposit required and Overseas student
    health cover ( OSHC) Charges payable details.

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Acceptance of Offer
  • Upon receipt of the acceptance and full payment
    of the required initial deposit.

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Arrange health cover
  • The Australian Government requires international
    students to take out health insurance while
    studying in Australia. You need Overseas Student
    Health Cover (OSHC). We can help arrange this for
    you.

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Confirmation of enrolment
  • You will receive a letter confirming your
    enrolment into your chosen course. Conformation
    of Enrollment (e Co E)

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Apply for student visa
  • We will guide you through the visa procedure.

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Teaching Method in AUSTRALIA
  • Australian universities are widely known for the
    quality of their teaching and research. Youll
    learn from teachers who are experts in their
    industries and who can provide you with a sound
    understanding of your chosen field. Youll
    develop strong academic skills that can be
    applied to other areas and learn to think
    creatively and independently.
  • Australias scientists and researchers have been
    responsible for major breakthroughs and
    technological advances around the world. Our
    best-known achievers have won international
    awards, including eight Nobel Prizes.

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Accommodation
  • Students can choose to live either in University
    accommodation or a private accommodation.
  • University accommodation has to be booked before
    leaving to Australia. Student can either choose a
    catered or a self catered option.
  • Please check the university websites for more
    information.

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PT work and FT work
  • PT
  • Students are allowed to work part time on their
    visa
  • Maximum 20 hours per week (term period) and 40
    hours per week during vacations
  • Can earn minimum AUS 10- 15 per hour
  • Job shops to assist
  • First settle down with course and then look for
    PT jobs
  • FT
  • Students have to start applying for jobs as soon
    as they have settled down with the course
  • They can contact the careers office within
    university
  • NO campus placements
  • Can post their CVs on job portals
  • Attend career fairs that happen in major cities

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Post Study Work
  • 18 month temporary visa
  • For overseas students with an Australian
    qualification obtained in Australia after at
    least two (2) years study.
  • Allows applicants who are unable to pass the
    points test to remain in Australia for 18 months
    to gain the skills and experience needed to apply
    for a permanent or provisional General Skilled
    Migration visa. No points test applies.

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COST
  • Tuition fees
  • As an international student, you must pay your
    tuition fees up-front.
  • University fees for undergraduate courses range
    from AUD 12,000 to AUD 26,000 per annum. Fees
    for classroom based courses average about AUD
    10,000 per annum. Vocational courses cost an
    average of AUD 8000 per annum.
  • Aside from tuition fees, some institutions may
    also charge for other student costs, such as
    library, laboratory or sports facility costs.
    Excursions, books and stationery are other costs
    to consider, and your course may also require
    specific essential materials, such as lab coats
    or photographic supplies.
  • Your institution will provide you with
    information on how and when to pay your tuition
    fees.

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University
  • Foundation Studies A9,000 to 14,000 a year
  • Such as university entrance, preparatory and
    bridging courses

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Undergraduate
  • Bachelor DegreeA10,000 to 13,500 a yearsuch as
    courses in arts, business, economics and
    lawLaboratory-based Bachelor DegreeA11,000 to
    16,500 a yearsuch as science and engineering
    courses

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Postgraduate
  • Graduate Certificates Graduate Diplomas A9,000
    to 16,000 a year
  • Masters Doctoral Degree A11,000 to 18,500 a
    year

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Vocational education and training
  • Certificates I IV
  • Diploma
  • Advanced Diploma A5,500 to 18,000 a year

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  • Cost of Living The cost of living in Australia
    can vary based on your choice of city or town. A
    single student in Australia will need between
    AUD18,000/- a year. This amount would cover
    rent, food, basic clothing, public transport
    books. The University handbook will provide
    detailed information on the costs of study. There
    are 42 education institutions in
    Australia Health Insurance All international
    students studying in Australia are required to
    have medical insurance. Overseas Student Health
    Cover (OSHC) annual charge of AUD 312 per person
    is payable along with the first semester tuition
    fees before a student visa is issued.

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Scholarships
  • Scholarships to study in Australia are extremely
    competitive due to limited number available to
    students on an international basis. Scholarships
    are offered by the Australian Government,
    education institutions and a number of other
    organisations. They cover various educational
    sectors, including vocational education and
    training, student exchanges, undergraduate and
    postgraduate study and research. Australian
    Government scholarships are not available for
    international students undertaking English
    language training specifically in Australia.
    However, there are several English language
    training scholarships offered by Australian
    institutions.
  • Its very important to apply before the deadline.
  • Please visit individual university websites to
    get more information.
  • Early application is always advised if you are
    keen on applying for scholarships

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Rankings and Ratings
  • There is no official ranking system of Australian
    universities. 

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Australian Universities Quality Agency
  • The Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA)
    is an independent, national quality assurance
    body that audits the key activities of teaching,
    learning, research and management in Australian
    universities on a five-year cycle. Where an
    Australian university offers courses at an
    offshore campus or through an agent, the
    institution is be expected to maintain standards
    at least equivalent to those provided in
    Australia and carry full responsibility for all
    aspects of delivery.

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Factors to decide universities
  • Universities in New South Wales Universities in
    Victoria Universities in Queensland
    Universities in Western Australia Universities
    in South Australia Universities in the ACT
    Universities in Tasmania Universities in the
    Northern Territory

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  • Universities in Sydney Universities in Melbourne
    Universities in Brisbane Universities in Perth
    Universities in Adelaide Universities in
    Canberra Universities in Hobart Universities in
    Darwin

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Visa
  • Issuance of Australian student visa has become
    easy today, with the adaptation of e-visa system
    through the approved education agents
  • To obtain an Australian student visa you must
    show that you have enough money to pay for
  • living expenses AUS .18,000/- for 1 year
  • tuition fee As per the university
  • travel  AUS .2000/-
  • Health AUS .400/-
  • Student Visa Application A 550 Rs. 23,800You
    must show proof that you can meet these financial
    requirements for the first 36 months of your stay
    in Australia.

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Acceptable Source of Funds
  • The money to support you must come from one or
    more acceptable source which may include.
  • A money deposit with a financial institution that
    has been held for the last six consecutive
    months.
  • Education Loan
  • You also need to show evidence of funds and
    evidence of source of income, including financial
    matrix

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Australian student visas are broadly classified
into the following seven sub-classes based on the
education sector chosen by the student.
  • Subclass 570 Independent ELICOS
  • Subclass 571 Schools
  • Subclass 572 Vocational education and Training
    (VET) sector
  • Subclass 573 Higher Education
  • Subclass 574 Postgraduate Research
  • Subclass 575 Non-award
  • Subclass 576 AusAID or Defence sponsored
  • All the above visa sub-classes are placed under
    Assessment Level 4 for India

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Checklist of Required Documents
  • Students applying for Australian student visa
    have to carry the following list of documents to
    file for the processing Visa Application Charge
    payable through Demand Draft

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Checklist
  • Additional Information Form 1221,1281,
  • Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)
    issued by your education provider for the
    course(s) you are undertaking stating the course,
    total tuition fees, duration and the course start
    date along with OSHC
  • Letter of Offer issued by your education provider
    for the course(s) you are undertaking stating the
    course, total tuition fees, duration and the
    course start date.
  • Original Passport (min 6 months validity)
  • Copy of the passport (Notarized)
  • Four recent passport sized photographs (Light
    colored back ground)
  • Statement of purpose (Original - Signed by the
    student)
  • Academic Certificates (ORIGINALS)
  • Copies Academic Certificates (Notarized)
  • Work Experience Certificate (on the original
    letter heads)
  • Copies of the Work Experience Certificates
    (Notarized)
  • IELTS Score Card (ORIGINAL)

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Checklist
  • Copy of the IELTS Score Card (Notarized)
  • Evidence of Liquid Funds
  • Evidence of Income
  • Affidavit of Support by the Sponsors
  • Student Affidavit, if the student is self
    sponsoring for his studies in Australia
  • Evidence of Relationship
  • Documents of dependents included in the
    application- Birth Certificate, Marriage
    certificate and evidence of marriage (Photos
    etc.)
  • If any of your dependents are 5-17 years of age
    (inclusive in the application), documentation
    confirming their enrolment in an Australian
    school and Under 18 Consent Form
  • If the applicant is under 18 years of age you
    will have to show evidence that appropriate
    arrangements have been done for your welfare
    before you lodge your application.

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