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Australia Overview

Australia is the hub for international students and immigrants. It is the third most popular country for higher education. As per the Centre for Global Higher Education, Australia might soon leave behind the USA and become the second country in the world with the maximum number of international students. Currently, there are over 7 lakh international students in Australia.

Australia offers a wide range of choices to international students. They Get an opportunity to choose among 22000 subjects and more than 1000 universities.

Moreover, seven Australian cities, namely Melbourne, Perth, Gold Coast, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Brisbane have been included in the QS Best Student Cities 2019 report.

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 has also acknowledged Australian universities in the fields of Engineering and Technology, Life Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Physical and Social Sciences, and Clinical education.

Why Study in Australia?

High-quality education, unique culture and lifestyle, and various support services for international students make Australia one of the most popular destinations for international students.

Six Australian universities, namely, the Universities of Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland, New South Wales, Monash University and Australian National Universities have been ranked in the top 100 institutions in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020. The Australian institutions give equal importance to academics and practical experience. These universities have modern curriculums that provide practical exposure to students and prepare them for their careers.

Another reason why students wish to study in Australia is the low cost of education in comparison to other universities in the world. The Australian institutions offer large amounts of scholarships to international students. In 2019, the Australian Government had announced $300 million scholarships to international students. Moreover, students have the choice to work and earn along with pursuing their education.

Also, Australia is an attractive destination for foreign education because of its high-class lifestyle. According to a survey, international students were 90 per cent satisfied with their living and study experience in Australia.

A lot of people immigrate to Australia for better job opportunities and career choices. Therefore, studying in Australia gives an advantage to international students. They can stay back after their education and work there or look for opportunities in any other country.

What Are The Requirements To Study in Australia?

International students have to fulfil certain requirements to study in Australia that is divided into five broad categories; academic requirements, English language requirements, Visa and health insurance requirements.

The specific academic requirements vary according to the university and the subject that you choose. However, there are some general requirements to seek admission to Australian universities. For undergraduate courses, international students must have a secondary education certificate which is equivalent to the Australian Senior Secondary Certificate. For postgraduate courses, you require a bachelor’s degree in a similar field. Also, universities may look for research skills and prior work experience.

Even if international students do not meet the eligibility criteria of a particular university or subject, they can take up a one-year foundation or preparatory course to seek admission to their desired university.

International students must have a Student Visa if they wish to study in Australia. To get the Visa, one must have an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) certificate offered by the university, a personal statement, transcripts of previous education, proof of sufficient funds to study and live in Australia, proof of English Language proficiency and character requirements.

International students planning to move to Australia have to also necessarily purchase an Overseas Student Health Cover. It will help you in case you face a medical emergency during your stay in Australia.

For specific entry and academic requirements, you should visit the universities’ websites.

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How Much Will It Cost To Study In Australia?

The cost to study in Australia depends upon various factors such as the institution, course level, city in which you reside etc. 

The cost of studying an undergraduate course in Australia is $20,000 to $45,000. Whereas for postgraduate courses, the expense will be between $22,000 to $50,000.

The average cost of living in Australia is AUD 21,041 per year for international students. Your accommodation costs would depend on the type of apartment you choose. The cost for hostels or guesthouses is between $90 to $150 per week and $95 to $215 per week for a shared rental arrangements.

International students who wish to live on the university campus will have to pay between $110 to $280 per week. For homestays, rentals, and boarding schools, the cost of living is $235 to $325 per week, $185 to $440 per week, and $11,000 to $22,000 per year, respectively.

Along with education and living expenses, students have to also incur some miscellaneous expenses. Groceries and eating out will cost you $140 to $280 per week, and electricity expenses are $10 to $20 per week. Phone and Internet costs are $15 to $30 per week. Public transport and entertainment would cost you $30 to $60 per week and $80 to $150 per week, respectively.

What Is The Minimum IELTS Score Required To Study in Australia?

Minimum IELTS scores for international students are calculated for two different factors. There is a separate minimum IELTS score requirement for seeking admission to a university. Whereas the minimum score requirement is different for obtaining a student visa to study in Australia. 

To get a student visa, you must have a minimum of 5.5 scores in the IELTS exam. The minimum IELTS score requirement for pursuing higher education in Australia is 6.5 for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The University of Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland and other institutions require a minimum of 6.5 IELTS score.