Study In Australia

  • Name Commonwealth of Australia
  • Capital Canberra,
  • Currency Australian dollar (AUD)

Deciding on your preferred course and institution

Submitting your application to the institution

Receiving and accepting a Letter of Offer

Receiving your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)

Once you have been accepted to your chosen course and Institution, you need to show your funds to Institution. Once Institutions is okay with you finances, they will issue an ECOE which you can use for visa purpose.

Applying for your student visa

There is a range of entry requirements that you will need to meet both for you institution application and your visa application. This can include:
Academic requirements.
- English language requirements.
- Evidence of funds to support your study.
- Overseas student health cover.

Study In Australia

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. This isn’t surprising when you consider Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world! In fact, with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, ranking eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems. These are strong academic credentials, but Australian institutions are simply just as highly rated as the particular cities that house them throughout the country. Australia has five of the 30 best cities in the world for students based on university student mix, affordability, quality of lifetime, and employer activity – many important elements for students when choosing the best study destination. And with greater than 200 million Australian Dollar provided by the Australian Government each and every year in international scholarships, making it easier that you should come and experience the difference an Australian education might make to your future career options.

Education System

The Australian education system provides primary, secondary and tertiary education.

School education (Primary and Secondary)

School education is similar across all of Australia with only minor variations between states and territories. School education (primary and secondary) is compulsory between the ages of six and sixteen (Year 1 to Year 9 or 10). School education is 13 years and divided into:

Primary school - Runs for seven or eight years, starting at Kindergarten/Preparatory through to Year 6 or 7.

Secondary school - Runs for three or four years, from Years 7 to 10 or 8 to 10.

Senior secondary school - Runs for two years, Years 11 and 12.

Tertiary education

The Australian education system is distinguished from many other countries by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). (opens in a new window) The AQF was established in 1995 and is a national policy that covers qualifications from the tertiary education sector (higher education and vocational education and training) in addition to the school-leaving certificate; the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education. The AQF has 10 levels and links school, vocational and university education qualifications into one national system. This allows you to move easily from one level of study to the next, and from one institution to another, as long as you satisfy student visa requirements. It allows for choice and flexibility in career planning. All qualifications in the AQF help prepare you for both further study and your working life. If you are studying an AQF qualification, you can be sure that your institution is Government-authorised and nationally accredited, and that your degree or other AQF qualification will be genuine. Institutions are linked across the country and across the world, which makes it easy to move throughout the education system between courses or institutions and formal agreement and recognition frameworks mean every step of the path will contribute to your future no matter what your study or career goals.

Post Study Work Permit

After your graduation, you have several options available to you whether you stay in Australia or head home. You may be able to continue your studies in Australia to pursue a higher level qualification or another field of study, you may be eligible to undertake post study work to put your newly gained knowledge to use and gain work experience in Australia, or you may choose to go home to undertake further study or work there.
If you decide you want to undertake further study or work in Australia you will need to check whether your visa allows this or whether you need to apply for a new visa. You can go to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) website to check your visa conditions and find out what your options are.
Wherever your path leads, think about joining an alumni group from your institution. It will help you stay in touch with your classmates, and can provide you with great benefits and opportunities.

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