Work . Live . Study in Australia


Why Study In Australia

The main intake for all Australian Institutions is July. Every University opens admissions for all courses that they offer, for the July intake. There is also a Mid-year intake offered by some Australian Universities during November and February. It is important to keep in mind that, a university offering an intake in February might not necessarily offer all the courses that they have on the list, during the mid-year intake. Whether or not a University will offer a July intake can be found out on the university website, university brochures or from our career counselors. Some universities also follow November – summer intake. It is available only for a limited number of universities and limited courses.

  1. Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world 
  2. Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world
  3. Over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, 
  4. Strong academic credentials.

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) allows students to easily move through the education system here and provides an easy way for countries around the world to recognize your qualification.

The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000)and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code) provide nationally consistent standards for providers of education and training for international students.

As an international student on a student visa, you must study with an institution and in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). It’s registration guarantees that the course and the institution at which you study meet the high standards 

Cost of education in Australia

The costs of studying in Australia depend on the institution and the level of study you choose. As an international student, your tuition fees are payable before you study.




Undergraduate Bachelor Degree

$15,000 to $33,000*


Postgraduate Masters Degree

$20,000 to $37,000*

3 Doctoral Degree

$14,000 to $37,000*


To study in Australia you’ll need to apply for both admission to an institution and also for a student visa from the Australian Government.

There are a number of steps you must go through including:

  • 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).
  • Applying for your student visa.

There is a range of entry requirements that you will need to meet both for your 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.

Work while you study in Australia

Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part-time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience. 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.

Australia has a wide range of industries and many have part-time employment opportunities, including:

Retail – Supermarkets, Department and clothing stores.

Hospitality – Cafes, Bars, and Restaurants.

Tourism – Hotels, and Motels.

Agricultural – Farming, and Fruit-picking.

Sales and telemarketing.

Administration or Clerical roles.


Internships, Volunteering.

How can I find work: Newspapers, Online job sites, notice on-campus jobs.

Living costs in Australia


S.No Necessities Costs
1 Hostels and Guesthouses $90 to $150 per week
2 Shared Rental $85 to $215 per week
3 On campus $90 to $280 per week
4 Homestay $235 to $325 per week
5 Rental $165 to $440 per week
6 Boarding schools $11,000 to $22,000 a year
7 Groceries and eating out $80 to $280 per week
8 Gas, electricity $35 to $140 per week
9 Phone and Internet $20 to $55 per week
10 Public transport $15 to $55 per week
11 Entertainment $80 to $150 per week


The average cost of living according to department of immigration affairs the student must must meet in order to receive a student visa for Australia. From 1st February 2018 the 12 month living cost is:

  1. You – $20,290
  2. Partner or spouse – $7,100
  3. Child – $3,040

Australia’s Admission Checklist

The following checklist will be helpful while applying to a university in the Australia:

  • Resume / Bio-data ( resume is mandatory for MBA)
  • Statement of Purpose for masters programmes and especially for MBA programmes
  • Graduation Degree Certificate / Provisional Certificate (if applying for PG)
  • Transcripts of marks
  • Standard 12 mark sheet
  • Standard 10 mark sheet
  • 2 Recommendation letters (out of which at least 1 should be academic, with the other being from the workplace, if student is working)
  • Work experience letters (if applicable)
  • IELTS / TOEFL/PTE scorecard (as proof of English proficiency) but for visa IELTS is mandatory
  • Any other relevant certificates
  • Portfolio of work must also be included, in case of application for courses in art / design etc.

Visa Fee & Requirements

Visa fee: 29200
  • Notarized Photocopies of all pages (36 pages) of passports (old and new)
  • Visa Application Forms : Form 157A and Form 956A.
  • eCOE and University offer letter
  • HAP ID letter
  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL Score sheet (Notarized)
  • Work Experience Certificate of Applicant. ( if any – Current and Previous along with salary slips/Salary account statements; Notarized).
  • Degree Certificate along with all marksheets of graduation / Post graduation (pass/fail; Notarized).
  • Board Certificate and Marksheet of XII and X (Notarized).
  • Statement of Purpose.
  • Resume.
  • Any other relevant certificates related to course

Few Other universities:

Victoria: Deakin, Monash, RMIT, Latrobe, Victoria, University of Melbourne, Swinburne University of technology

New South Wales: Charles Sturt, Macquarie, Southern Cross, University of Sydney, Wollongong, Charles Darwin, Curtin

Queensland: Bond, CQU, Griffith, James Cook, University of sunshine coast, University of southern queensland

South Australia: Flinders, Cqu, University of South Australia.

Western Australia: Edith Cowan, Curtin

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