Why & About Australia
Australia is a country and continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Its major cities – Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide – are coastal. Its capital, Canberra, is inland.
Australia is a unique, modern and dynamic trading nation of 22 million people with an ancient indigenous history, and a European cultural background
Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind only the United Kingdom and the United States despite having a population of only 23 million. Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world . Amongst the world’s most international universities for 2017, Australia was ranked 5th globally and had 5 Australian universities in the top 30 along with few reasons as
- Safe learning environment.
- Multicultural society.
- Relatively warm climate.
- Standard of living & cost is viable.
- Part time job opportunities are available.
- IELTS,TOEFL, PTE & CAE scores are acceptable
Post Study Work Visa of 2 years for the students who complete at least 2 academic years of degree (Masters or Bachelors) in Australia. If students study in Regional areas in Australia they get 5 extra points which support in achieving 60 points for PR
- Public Colleges i.e. TAFEs
- Private Colleges
Offering English language courses, Vocational (work-training) courses, University pathway programs and Bachelor’s degrees.
- Offering majorly Master’s & Bachelor’s degrees.
Study options after completing different levels of education
COMPLETED STUDY OPTION(S)
LEVEL Year 12 leads to Foundation program.
- University undergraduate (if acceptable results)
Diploma leads to Undergraduate program in year 2 at the University depending on the recognition by University.
Bachelors Degree leads to Bachelors (Honours) degree
- A postgraduate qualification
Australian Universities have two major intakes –
Semester 1 would start in early March and finish in early June. To begin your studies in semester 1, you should aim to have your application completed and submitted by mid-November / late December, depending on the institute you would be looking forward to apply in.
Semester 2 follows the semester 1 and would start towards the end of July, finishing by early November. If you wish to begin your studies in semester 2, do aim to have your application completed by mid or latest by end of May, depending on the institute you would be looking forward to apply in.
To start studies in Semester 1 – should submit your application by late October/mid November.
To start studies in Semester 2 – should look to submit your application by mid April / mid May.
The deadline to submit your application might differ also on the institute you are applying to and the country you are applying from.
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