Study in Australlia

ABOUT AUSTRALLIA



  • A highly developed country and one of the wealthiest, Australia is the world's 12th-largest economy and has the world's fifth-highest per capita income.
  • With the second-highest human development index globally, Australia ranks highly in many international comparisons of national performance, such as quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, and the protection of civil liberties and political rights.
  • Australia is a member of the G20, OECD, WTO, APEC, UN, Commonwealth of Nations, ANZUS and the Pacific Islands Forum.
  • In the Program for International Student Assessment, Australia regularly scores among the top five of thirty major developed countries.
  • The ratio of international to local students in tertiary education in Australia is the highest in the OECD countries.
  • Australia has a population of about 22.2 million, and has a growth rate of approximately 1.8% per year, 60% of which is via immigration. Average adult weekly earnings in 2008 were just under $1,300 AU, nationwide.
  • In 2011-2012, 7 Australian universities were ranked amongst the world's top 200.
  • Australia is a land of diversity, a melting pot of around 200 cultures with more than 260 languages spoken in the country.
  • It has 17 UNESCO-listed heritage sites and has been ranked the fourth happiest country in the world!
  • People are warm, boisterous and helpful. With around half the current population born outside of the country, or having a parent born overseas, they have a welcoming attitude towards foreigners.
  • Australian cities are consistently ranked among the most livable in the world. The quality of life and the infrastructure are exceptional.
  • Weather is moderate and pleasant in most parts of Australia where majority of the universities and colleges are located
  • Recent racial attacks on Indian students are a cause of worry, but these incidents are exceptions rather than the rule. It is advisable you avoid dangerous localities and don’t venture out alone late in the night.
  • A majority of the huge Indian student population in Australia is very happy with the overall experience of living there.

WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALLIA

Australia actually has some of the best colleges in the world. If you look at the list of the top 100 countries in the world, you will find that seven of them are actually found in Australia, which is quite a feat when the country only has 23 million residents..

The cost of living in Australia is actually excellent, especially when compared to their counterparts in the United Kingdom and Britain. If you want to study in Australia, you will be pleasantly surprised. Some of the areas where some of the most popular universities are located have relatively low costs of living.

it’s also very easy to find a job so that you can make ends meet while you’re studying. In the urban areas, you may be able to find internships and apprenticeships that are related to the field that you are studying. Depending on what region of Australia you are living in, you may also be able to find employment in the tourism industry, which can help you interact with people from all over the world that come to visit Australia.

Another reason to consider going to Australia as an international student is because there is a lot of scholarship money available for you. The Australian government welcomes potential international students with open arms, and they actually offer up to $250 million dollars a year in scholarships, grants, and other financial aid that is specially set aside for international students. In order to receive this aid, there are some things that you will have to do in terms of applications and grade requirements.

Large land area, sixth largest country in the world and has the lowest population density per square kilometer.

  • Over 350,000 international students, from approximately 140 nations
  • have come to Australia in the year 2013.
  • High visa success rate (93%) under SVP.
  • 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.
  • ELICOS (Pre-sessional English) programs are available.
  • World class qualification.
  • Can work 40 hours per fortnight when the course is in session and 40 hrs/week during scheduled course breaks.
  • Chances of getting Permanent Residence by gathering 65 points.
  • Introduction of Streamlined Visa Process (SVP) making visa process and documentation simpler resulting in visa success rate
  • 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 65 points for PR.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • Academic Requirement:

    Minimum 45% in class 12th.
  • IELTS Requirement:

    Overall 5.5, with no band less than 5.0 Student with IELTS 5.0 (4.5) can be given ELICOS of 10 weeks
  • Tuition Fees:

    AUD 10000 to AUD 23000/Year
  • Intakes:

    February, July & October
  • For most universities the academic year begins in February and the first semester concludes in June. Students then have a two- to four- week winter break before resuming their second semester studies in July. The Australian summer runs from December to February.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Academics:

  • Diploma: Minimum 45% in class 12th.
  • Bachelors: Minimum academic percentage required is around 60% + in class 12th for the students from CBSE board and 65% + for ICSE/State Board.
  • Masters: Minimum academic percentage in a bachelors degree should be second class if the University is falling under section 1 and 2 of the NOOSR guidelines or first class if the university is falling under the section 3 of the NOOSR guidelines.
  • Foundation/Packaged program are available for the students who are not directly eligible for the Bachelors Program. English Language Requirement:
  • Diploma: Overall 5.5, with no band less than 5.0
    Bachelors: Overall 6.0, with no band less than 5.5
    Masters: Overall 6.5, with no band less than 6.0
  • Pre-sessional English Language Program (ELICOS/EAP) is available in Australian Universities for the students who do not meet the IELTS requirements of the University. Till IELTS of 5.0 we can offer English Language program of nearly 20 weeks.

WORK RIGHTS

Part-time work during studies

Working part-time along with your studies gives you the opportunity to acquire valuable experience in your area of study as well as earn some money. Most visas allow students to work 40 hours every two weeks during their course, and full-time during course breaks.

Work opportunities after studies

There some popular categories wherein students mostly for apply for their further stay in Australia. Australian law does not naturally confer work permits on international students after they have graduated.

  • students who are going for diploma courses will not be entitled for “After studies work permit”.
  • students who are going for Bachelor’s and Master’s (Coursework) courses will be entitled for 2 years after studies work permit.
  • students who are going for Master’s by Research courses will be entitled for 3 years after study work permit.

There is a high demand for foreign labour in certain areas in Australia. If you have spent the required amount of time studying in the country, have the required work experience, are fluent in English, and possess the relevant skill sets (http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/), you can apply for permanent residency too.

Course Level Work Permit during Study Period Work Permit during Vacation Work Permit after Studies
Diploma 40hrs per fortnight Full Time Nil
Degree Under Graduate & Post Graduate(coursework) 40hrs per fortnight Full Time 2 years
Masters by research 40hrs per fortnight Full Time 3 years
PhD 40hrs per fortnight Full Time 4 years

SERVICES OFFERED BY PIOUS

Services Offered By Pious Overseas Education Consultancy

  • We provide only government affiliated Universities and college with stronger accreditation.
  • We provide wide variety of choice of selection of course ,colleges and universities, also assistance in Application deadlines ,tuition fees , institute codes, address etc...
  • We provide sincere efforts to earn scholarship and credits.
  • We provide guidance on how to prepare resume, Sop, Interview Preparation, Recommendation letters, Financial requirements i.e. bank statement format, Affidavit of Support , how to get the job. etc
  • We provide proper documentation for application to universities and Student Visa.
  • Filling and submitting relevant On-line forms/Paper Application
  • We provide latest updates on visas and consulate rules.
  • We provide accurate information related to finance.
  • We provide strong visa interview preparations.
  • Assistance in Registration of visa interview date for a candidate.
  • One-to one visa interview preparation by expert.
  • We specialize in filling visa forms and arranging visa files.
  • Assistance in Resettlement.

Note:- Pious Overseas Provides all kind of facilities for students like Finance Assistance, Education Loan, Money Exchange, Issuing of Demand Draft of Tuition Fee, Air Ticket, Air port Pick up, Accommodation etc............ ( All Facility under one roof ).

UNIVERSITY LIST

Australian institutes offer a wide range of courses – from science to management and commerce, humanities to engineering, and law to health sciences. They rank among the world’s best by discipline, particularly in engineering and technology, medicine, environmental science, and accounting and finance.

There are 43 universities in Australia: 40 Australian universities, two international universities, and one private specialty university.

S. NO.

University Name

Province/ State

City

Campus Location

1

University of Sydney

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney, Camperdown

2

Australian Catholic University

New South Wales

Sydney

Two campuses in Syndey i. North Sydney

 ii. Strathfield

-

Australian Catholic University

Queensland

Brisbane

McAuley

-

Australian Catholic University

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra

Canberra campus

-

Australian Catholic University

Victoria

Ballarat

Aquinas

-

Australian Catholic University

Victoria

Melbourne

St Patrick’s

3

Charles Sturt University

New South Wales

Sydney

Bathurst,Albury,Dubbo,Goulburn,Orange,

Wagga Wagga,Parramatta,Manly, Broken Hill.

-

Charles Sturt University

Victoria

Melbourne

Wangaratta

-

Charles Sturt University

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra

Canberra campus

4

University of Notre Dame Australia

Western Australia

Fremantle

Fremantle, Western Australia

-

University of Notre Dame Australia

Western Australia

Broome

Broome, Western Australia

-

University of Notre Dame Australia

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney

5

Australian National University

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra

Main Campus

6

University of Canberra

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra

Main Campus

7

Macquarie University

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney CBD,Macquarie Park

8

Southern Cross University

New South Wales

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour,Tweed Gold Coast, Sydney

-

Southern Cross University

New South Wales

Lismore

Lismore

-

Southern Cross University

New South Wales

Tweed Heads

Tweed Heads

9

University of Notre Dame

New South Wales

Sydney

Fremantle,Broome, Western Australia,Sydney, New South Wales.

10

University of New England

New South Wales

Armidale

Armidale

11

University of New South Wales

New South Wales

Sydney

Kensington,Coogee, Botany, Cowan,

Dee Why, Manly Vale, Fowlers Gap, Bankstown Airpor

-

University of New South Wales

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra

Canberra campus

12

University of Newcastle (Australia)

New South Wales

Newcastle

Newcastle,Callaghan

-

University of Newcastle (Australia)

New South Wales

Ourimbah

Ourimbah

-

University of Newcastle (Australia)

New South Wales

Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie,

-

University of Newcastle (Australia)

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney campus

13

University of Technology, Sydney

New South Wales

Sydney CBD

Sydney

14

University of Western Sydney

New South Wales

Sydney

Bankstown, Campbelltown, Hawkesbury campus, Parramatta

15

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Wollongong

Wollongong

-

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney

-

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Shoalhaven

Shoalhaven

-

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay

-

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Loftus

Loftus

-

University of Wollongong

New South Wales

Moss Vale

Moss Vale

16

Charles Darwin University

Northern Territory

Darwin

Casuarina,Alice Springs,Katherine,Nhulunbuy

17

Bond University

Queensland

Gold Coast

Gold Coast

18

Central Queensland University

Queensland

Bundaberg

Bundaberg

-

Central Queensland University

Queensland

Gladstone

Gladstone

-

Central Queensland University

Queensland

Mackay

Mackay

-

Central Queensland University

Queensland

Rockhampton

Emerald

-

Central Queensland University

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney campus

-

Central Queensland University

Queensland

Brisbane

Shire of Noosa,Rockhampton

19

Griffith University

Queensland

Logan

Logan city,Brisbane,Nathan

-

Griffith University

Queensland

Gold Coast

Gold coast,

-

Griffith University

Queensland

South Bank

South Bank,Mount Gravatt

20

James Cook University

Queensland

Townsville

Townsville

-

James Cook University

Queensland

Springfield

Springfield

-

James Cook University

Queensland

Cairns

Cairns

21

Queensland University of Technology

Queensland

Brisbane

Brisbane City,Caboolture

22

University of Queensland

Queensland

Ipswich

Ipswich

-

University of Queensland

Queensland

Gatton

Gatton

-

University of Queensland

Queensland

Brisbane

St Lucia

23

University of Southern Queensland

Queensland

Toowoomba

Toowoomba

-

University of Southern Queensland

Queensland

Springfield

Springfield

-

University of Southern Queensland

Queensland

Fraser Coast Region

Fraser Coast

24

University of the Sunshine Coast

Queensland

Sunshine Coast

Sippy Downs

25

Heinz College Australia

South Australia

Adelaide

Adelaide

26

Flinders University

South Australia

Adelaide

Adelaide

27

Torrens University Australia

South Australia

Adelaide

Victoria Square

28

University of Adelaide

South Australia

Adelaide

North Terrace,Urrbrae,Thebarton,

-

University of Adelaide

South Australia

Roseworthy

Roseworthy

29

University of South Australia

South Australia

Adelaide

Adelaide

-

University of South Australia

South Australia

Whyalla

Whyalla

-

University of South Australia

South Australia

Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier

30

University of Tasmania

Tasmania

Hobart

Hobart

-

University of Tasmania

Tasmania

Launceston

Launceston

-

University of Tasmania

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney

31

Deakin University

Victoria

Geelong

Waurn Ponds, Waterfront

-

Deakin University

Victoria

Melbourne

Burwood

-

Deakin University

Victoria

Warrnambool

Warrnambool,Victoria

32

La Trobe University

Victoria

Melbourne

Melbourne,Bundoora

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Albury-Wodonga

Albury-Wodonga

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Bendigo

Bendigo

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Beechworth

Beechworth

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Shepparton

Shepparton

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Mildura

Mildura

-

La Trobe University

Victoria

Mount Buller

Mount Buller

33

Monash University

Victoria

Melbourne

Clayton, Caulfield, Berwick, Parkville

-

Monash University

Victoria

Peninsula

Peninsula

-

Monash University

Victoria

Churchill

Gippsland

34

RMIT University

Victoria

Melbourne

CBD, Brunswick, Bundoora

35

Swinburne University of Technology

Victoria

Melbourne

Hawthorn, Lilydale, Prahran, Wantirna, Croydon

36

University of Ballarat

Victoria

Ballarat

Ballarat and Mount Helen

-

University of Ballarat

Victoria

Ararat

Ararat

-

University of Ballarat

Victoria

Horsham

Horsham

-

University of Ballarat

Victoria

Stawell

Stawell

37

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Parkville

Parkville

-

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Southbank

Southbank

-

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Burnley

Burnley

-

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Werribee

Werribee

-

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Creswick

Creswick

-

University of Melbourne

Victoria

Dookie

Dookie

38

Victoria University

Victoria

Melbourne CBD

Melbourne

-

Victoria University

Victoria

Footscray

Footscray

-

Victoria University

Victoria

St Albans

St Albans

-

Victoria University

Victoria

Werribee

Werribee

39

Curtin University

Western Australia

Perth

Perth

-

Curtin University

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney

40

Edith Cowan University

Western Australia

Perth

Perth,Bunbury

41

Murdoch University

Western Australia

Perth

Perth

-

Murdoch University

Western Australia

Mandurah

Mandurah

-

Murdoch University

Western Australia

Rockingham

Rockingham

42

University of Western Australia

Western Australia

Perth

Perth

-

University of Western Australia

Western Australia

Albany

Albany

43

Universities Australia

Victoria

Melbourne

Melbourne

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