With approximately more than 22,000 courses in 1,100 institutions, a great number of fields or study areas are available, making it highly likely that you can take up your choice of degree, training or course. The numbers above show that Australian education has the quantity and variety, but it is also worth noting that the country leads in quality. Seven out of the top 100 universities in the world can be found in Australia. Their university system also ranks 8th in the world, ahead of countries such as the UK, Germany and Japan. With these, Australia is recognized as a country that offers world-class education. Australia, in fact, houses six of the forty best student cities in the world. A survey in 2012 even revealed that 88% of international student respondents are satisfied or very satisfied with living in Australia. This is not surprising, as Australia is considered to be the fourth happiest country in the world. Aside from these, the country and its government also make investments into international education. For example, there is more than $200,000,000 invested by the government annually for international scholarships.

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    You have to define your preferred country for overseas education.
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  Attend a counseling session at your nearest branch to find out your options relating to study destination, courses available, recommended institutions and Fees Structure

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    Register with us to start the admission and visa process. We can help you to get admission and visa processing and make studying abroad easier.

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Select University/College/Institution

For Admission



Australian Catholic University Bond University Carnegie Mellon University Australia Charles Darwin University Charles Sturt University CQ University Australia Curtin University Deakin University Edith Cowan University Federation University Australia Flinders University Griffith University James Cook University La Trobe University Macquarie University Monash University Murdoch University Queensland University of Technology RMIT University Southern Cross University Swinburne University of Technology The Australian National University The University of Adelaide The University of Melbourne The University of New South Wales The University of Queensland The University of Sydney The University of Western Australia University of Canberra University of New England University of Newcastle University of South Australia University of Southern Queensland University of Tasmania University of Technology Sydney University of the Sunshine Coast University of Wollongong Victoria University Western Sydney University

Vocational Institutions

Academia International Academy of Information Technology Academy of Interactive Entertainment Academy of Interactive Entertainment Agricultural Colleges Alexander language School AMI Education Australasian College of Natural Therapies Australia – International Institute of Workplace Training Australian College of Agriculture and Horticulture Australian College of Agriculture and Horticulture Australian College of Applied Psychology Australian Institute of Commerce and Language Education Australian International Hotel School Australian Pacific College Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management Australian Wings Academy Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE Basair Aviation College Baxter Institute Blue Mountains International Hotel Management Box Hill Institute of TAFE Brisbane North Institute of TAFE CADET Training and Employment Cambridge College International Cambridge International College Cambridge International College Canberra Institute of Technology Canterbury Business College Canterbury Technical Institute Carrick Institute of Education Carrick Institute of Education (Adelaide) Carrick Institute of Education (Brisbane) Carrick Institute of Education (Sydney) Carrick Institute of Education (VIC) Carrick Institute of Education NSW CATC Design School Charlton Brown Chisholm Institute of TAFE Curtin International College Dalby Agricultural College Della International College Education and Training International – TAFE WA Emerald Agricultural College Endeavour College of Natural Health Eynesbury Institute of Business and Technology Gold Coast Institute of TAFE Gordon Institute of TAFE Holmes Colleges [Gold coast, Brisbane, Cairns] Holmes Colleges Australia Holmes Institute [NSW Campus] Holmes Institute and Secondary College Melbourne Holmesglen Institute of TAFE International College of Hotel management International College of Management Sydney International House Sydney – Teacher Training and Professional Centre International Institute of Business and Information Technology JMC Academy (Melbourne) JMC Academy Sydney Kangan Institute Kaplan International College Kent Institute of Business and Technology Kings International College La Trobe University International College Le Cordon Bleu Australia Lloyds International College Longreach Pastoral College MEGT Institute Sydney Melbourne Institute of Technology MIT Menzies Institute of Technology Mercury Colleges Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE MIT Melbourne University of Ballarat MIT Sydney University of New England Monash College Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE NSW Department of Education and Training (Schools) Ozford College of business Pivot Point International Academy Melbourne Queensland International Business Academy (QIBA) Raffles College of Design and Commerce SAE Institute Brisbane SAE Institute Byron bay SAE Institute Melbourne SAE Institute Perth SAE Institute Sydney Sarina Russo Schools Australia SGA Embassy CES SGA Martin College SGA Martin College (NSW) Shafston Institute of Technology Skills Tech Australia South West Institute of TAFE Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE Stotts Colleges and Australian Surf Industry Trair Study Group Australia (Martin, Embassy CES and Taylors Colleges) Sunraysia Institute of TAFE Sunraysia Institute of TAFE Sydney Business and Travel Academy Sydney College of Business and Information Technology Sydney School of Business and Technology Sydney West International Education (TAFE NSW) TAFE NSW – Hunter Institute TAFE NSW – Illawarra Institute TAFE NSW – New England Institute TAFE NSW – North Coast Institute TAFE NSW – Northern Sydney Institute TAFE NSW – Riverina Institute TAFE NSW – South Western Sydney Institute TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute TAFE NSW – Western Institute TAFE NSW – Western Sydney Institute TAFE Queensland Brishbane TAFE SA Tasmanian Polytechnic The Hotel School Think Colleges Tropical North Institute of TAFE Wide Bay Institute of TAFE William Angliss Institute of TAFE William Blue College of hospitality management

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  Once you have decided what and where you want to study, we will help you complete the application to the institutions of your choice. At the time of application for admission you will be required to submit several documents including proof of previous academic qualifications and in most cases proof of your English language ability. We will also provide you with a checklist for the documents you will need to provide when the time comes to apply for your visa  

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  To accept your offer from an education provider, you must pay the tuition fee. Most Australian institutions require you to pay the first semester fee only. You can choose to pay this fee through either Telegraphic Transfer (TT) or Direct Debit (DD). Once the institutions have received and processed your tuition fee payment, they will issue you with an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (ECoE). Once we have received this, we will notify you that it is now time to come back into your closest branch with your required documents and start the visa application process.  

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  • Student: The student must have equivalent to one return air fare to the country of Australia. They must also have course fees and approximately $18,610 for the cost of living (rent, food, etc) in order to be considered for a student visa. This may differ depending on where you are living and what school you are attending.
  • Student�s spouse or partner: If you are married (as many who go into graduate studies are) or are in a committed relationship or civil union, you must also have proof of financial resources for your spouse or partner. They must have the equivalent of one return air fare to the country as well as an extra $6,515 for the overall cost of living. If they are taking classes as well, they must have enough for their own coursework.
  • Children: If your children are under the age of 6, the first one will add another air fare and $3,720 per year. Any additional children under age 6 will add an additional air fares and $2,790 per child. If your children are over the age of 6, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship will determine a cost based on your child�s age, school level, and the region of Australia that you are residing in.


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Financial Institutions for Funds and Loans – India

  • Royal Bank of Scotland NV
  • Andhra Bank
  • Allahabad Bank
  • AXIS Bank Ltd
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Bank of India
  • Bank of Maharashtra
  • Bank of Punjab Ltd
  • BNP Paribas
  • Canara Bank
  • Central Bank of India
  • Centurion Bank of Punjab Ltd
  • Citibank
  • Corporation Bank
  • Dena Bank
  • Federal Bank Ltd
  • HDFC Bank Ltd
  • Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
  • Corporation
  • IDBI Bank Ltd
  • Indian Overseas Bank
  • Indian Bank
  • Ing Vysya Bank Ltd
  • Indusind Bank Ltd
  • ICICI Banking
  • Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd
  • Karnataka Bank Ltd
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank
  • NOVA Scotia Bank
  • Oriental Bank of Commerce
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Punjab and Sind Bank
  • South Indian Bank Ltd
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • State Bank of India
  • State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
  • State Bank of Hyderabad
  • State Bank of Indore
  • State Bank of Mysore
  • State Bank of Patiala
  • State Bank of Saurashtra
  • State Bank of Travancore
  • Syndicate Bank
  • UCO Bank
  • Union Bank of India
  • United Bank of India
  • Vijaya Bank
  • Yes Bank
  • Bank of Rajasthan
  • Barclays Bank PLC

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  You are required to lodge your application for a visa at least 12 weeks before the orientation date at your institution. You will need the following documents for your visa application: 1. Visa application form (which your education counsellor will help you complete) 2. Visa application fee 3. Four passport-sized photographs 4. Valid passport 5. Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (once your counsellor has applied to institutions for you) 6. IELTS result (your counsellor can book your place in an English test) 7. Academic and work experience documents 8. Statement of purpose 9. Evidence of financial ability (tuition fees, living expenses, expenses for dependents, return airfare). * For detailed visa application checklist, please speak to Our counsellor. On lodging of your visa application, our counsellor will download the medical forms. You will need to undergo a medical examination by a doctor and have the forms completed. Your application will be allocated a unique Transaction Reference Number (TRN) by the Australian Government. You may find out about the status of your application online.  

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  W ithin 28 days of lodging your visa application, you will need to undertake a medical examination by one of the doctors approved by the Australian Government. A list of the approved panel doctors can be found by visiting: http://www.immi.gov.au/contacts/overseas/i/india/panel-doctors.htm . Once you have undertaken the medical examination, your doctor will forward the medical reports and documents directly to the visa office.

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  We will notify you as soon as we know the outcome of your visa application so you can come in and collect your grant letter. In most cases this is a positive response and it means you can also start planning your travel and accommodation for Australia!

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On Campus: 40 hours per fortnight OFF Campus (On Vacations): Full Time International students studying for a Master�s degree by research or PhD degrees can work unlimited hours.   The spouse of a student can work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight throughout the year if the spouse has travelled to Australia on a dependent visa. If the student is studying at a Masters or Phd level, spouse can work full-time once the student starts their main course.
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  • According To College & University
  • Based on Provenience & Territory
  • Depends on Course
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Generally, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection requires $18,610 as the minimum cost of living to issue a student visa. Your living expenses in Australia will depend highly on which region you plan to live in. For example, more urbanized areas will have higher costs for accommodation. The type of accommodation is also important. Hostels and guesthouses range from $80 to $135 a week, while shared rentals and on-campus accommodation will cost $70 to $250. More expensive options are homestay ($110 to $270 per week) and rental ($100 to $400 per week). Aside from accommodation, your weekly expenses will most likely include groceries or eating out ($80 to $200), gas and electricity ($60 to $100), phone and internet ($20 to $50), public transport ($10 to $50) and entertainment ($50 to $100).

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*Australia uses Australian Dollar or AUD as its currency. As it is a very popular study destination, applying for scholarships in Australia is highly competitive. If you are planning to finance your studies yourself, you should be aware of the costs associated with studying and living in this destination. As with most other countries, the cost of education in Australia is dependent on the type and duration of your studies. For example, English Language Courses are available at approximately $300/week. Vocational training or education on the other hand will cost you around $4,000 to $22,000. The significant difference in the range of cost is because vocational training or education usually awards Certificate Levels (from I to IV), Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, with the cost getting higher for the latter. Undergraduate Bachelor Degrees will have you spending $10,000 to $33,000 a year. The higher cost is associated with pursuing your degree in a private university. Studies taken in a public institution will generally cost less. A Postgraduate Master�s Degree has an approximate cost of $20,000 to $37,000 per year, while cost for Doctoral Degrees on average range from $14,000 to $37,000. As with an undergraduate degree, private education may be a reason for higher costs.  

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  • Students who complete a Bachelor degree or Masters by coursework degree in Australia are eligible to apply for a two-year post-study work visa
  • Students who complete a Masters by research degree or a Doctoral degree in Australia are eligible to apply for a post-study work visa for three or four years respectively.
  • Other students can be eligible to apply for the Temporary Skilled Graduate [subclass 485] visa. The subclass 485 visa allows an 18-month stay to work in Australia.
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  • 1. The spouse and children [below 21 years] of a student can accompany them to Australia if the student’s course duration is 12 months or longer.
  • 2. This dependent visa can be applied for at the same time as the student applies for their visa, or can be applied later to join the student in Australia after the student commences the course.
  • 3. Students are required to declare all family members in the application, irrespective of whether the family members intend travelling to or joining the student in Failure to do so will result in their ineligibility to apply for a dependent visa once the student has arrived in Australia.
  • 4. The Student�s spouse can work up to 40 hours per fortnight throughout the year on a dependent visa.
  • 5. Spouse of a student studying at a Masters or PhD level, spouse can work full-time once the student starts their main course.