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Want to Study in Australia?
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If you want to study in a leading global
education powerhouse with some of the worlds
best facilities and educators, providing
international students with a range of quality
study options, you should consider Studying in
Australia.
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Australia is a unique and diverse country in
every way in culture, population, climate,
geography, and history. Australian culture is as
broad and varied as the countrys landscape.
Australia is multicultural and multiracial and
this is reflected in the countrys food,
lifestyle and cultural practices and
experience. Australias is 3rd most popular
destination of international students only after
USA and United Kingdom. Australia has 8
universities among the world top 100 universities
and 5 best cities in top 30 world
cities. Australia offers a diverse range of
study options for international students, with
more than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000
courses to choose from. You can study at all
levels of education from primary and secondary
school, to vocational education and training
(VET), from English language courses to higher
education (including universities).
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Education System
  • The academic year in Australia varies depending
    on the type of study you are undertaking.
  • Many institutions also offer a mid-year, or
    second semester start. Start dates and the number
    of semesters vary by course and institution, so
    please check directly on your institutions
    website for details.
  • Below is a general guide on the academic year for
    the different levels of Study in Australia
  • Schools
  • Length  13 years in total (Kindergarten/Preparato
    ry to Year 12)
  • Semesters  4 (usually called terms)
  • Starts  Late January/early February

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Education System
  • English
  • Length  From 5 weeks to 1 year
  • Semesters  The year is split into weeks
  • Starts  Throughout the year
  • Foundation
  • Length  1 year
  • Semesters  The semester breaks will depend on
    your course
  • Starts  February but can vary by course and
    institutions

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Education System
  • Vocational Education and Training
  • Length  1 to 4 years
  • Semesters  Two
  • Starts  February, but can vary by course and
    institutions
  • Undergraduate
  • Length  Typically 3 years (4 years for honours
    degree)
  • Semesters  Two, although some institutions offer
    three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts  Typically March, but can vary by course
    and institution

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Education System
  • Postgraduate
  • Length  1 to 2 years
  • Semesters  Two, although some institutions offer
    three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts  Typically March, but can vary by course
    and institution
  • Doctoral
  • Length  3 years
  • Semesters  As most doctoral candidates do not
    attend class, there are usually no formal
    semester
  • Starts  Your start date will be negotiated with
    your supervisor
  • Source Study in Australia

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Cost of Study
The costs of studying in Australia depend on the
institution and the level of study you
choose. Tuition As an international student,
your tuition fees are payable before you study.
You can use the Course Search on this website to
find courses and see details such as their
tuition fees. There may be additional costs for
your course, including course materials and
access to institution facilities. The list below
gives you an indication of the range of course
costs for different types of qualifications.
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Cost of Study
  • School 7,800 to 30,000
  • English language studies Around 300 per week
    depending on course length
  • Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I
    to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) 4,000 to
    22,000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree 15,000 to
    33,000
  • Postgraduate Masters Degree 20,000 to
    37,000
  • Doctoral Degree 14,000 to 37,000

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Cost of Study
Living From July 2016, the amount you need to
prove you have for living costs (separate from
tuition and travel) is set at AU19,830
(US15,170) for a year.
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Requirements
  • Australian student visa documents
  • The DIBP website has a document checklist feature
    that will provide you with a list of documents
    required for your specific circumstances.
    Typically, students must submit the following
  • Completed Australian student visa application
    form (157A)
  • Paid visa application fee currently AU550
    (US420 in most cases)
  • Copy of passport bio data page (some students
    may be asked to physically provide their
    passport)

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Requirements
  • Certificate of Enrolment or Letter of Offer
  • Evidence of sufficient funds
  • Evidence of health insurance cover
  • English proficiency test results
  • Criminal record check results
  • Four recent passport-sized photographs

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Work Opportunities
Part-time Most student visas allow you to work
for up to 40 hours every two weeks while your
course is in session, and unrestricted hours
during any scheduled course break, but before you
undertake any paid work you need to make sure
your visa allows you to work. Post Study Work
permit The Temporary Graduate visa (subclass
485) allows graduates to work in Australia
temporarily after they finish their studies. It
has two streams the Graduate Work stream and the
Post-Study Work stream.
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Work Opportunities
The Graduate Work stream is for international
students who graduate with skills and
qualifications that relate to an occupation
considered in demand in the Australian labour
market, as indicated in the list of eligible
skilled occupations. A visa in this stream is
generally granted for 18 months. The Post-Study
Work stream offers extended options for working
in Australia to eligible graduates of a higher
education degree. Under this stream, successful
applicants are granted a visa with a visa period
of two, three or four years duration, depending
on the highest educational qualification they
have obtained.
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