Every student want to do their study in a good English speaking country, and Australia is the third most popular destination behind the United States and the UK. Eight out of hundred top universities in the world are Australian. Institutions in Australia offer so many courses and degrees, so that students can easily find their choice of course in universities, vocational education, and English language training.
The Australian education system is most exclusive from many other countries by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). If you are studying an AQF qualification, you can be sure that your institution is Government-authorized and nationally accredited, and that your degree or other AQF qualification will be genuine.
Australian universities feature in the top 50 ranked universities in the world in arts & Humanities, Clinical or Pre-clinical & Health, Engineering & Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences.
Degree, Certificate, Diploma - in Australia subject stream known as “field of study”. It is a classification system used by Australian institutions to describe courses, specializations and units of study. Student can opt any choice of course in follows
|Higer Education||English Language Study||Vocational Studay|
|Associate degree (2 Years)||General English||Colleges of Further Education|
|Bachelor Degree (3 Years)||English for Academic Purposes|
|Bachelor Degree (Honors) (4 Years)||English for Specific Purposes (ESP)|
|Graduate Certificate (6 Months)||Examination Preparation|
|Graduate Diploma (1 Year)||Study Tours|
|Master Degree (1-2 Years)|
|Doctoral Degree (Typically 3 years)|
There is wide variety of safe and modern accommodations offered to students in Australia, you can choose accommodation that suits your needs and budget.
The cost of living can vary greatly depending on your lifestyle, budget and spending habits. You can consider a part-time job while studying in the Australia to help pay off any Expenses or to cover your basic needs.
|Accommodation (You will choose one of them)|
|Off Campus (Rental)||$85 to $440 per week|
|ON Campus||$90 to $280 per week|
|Home-stay||$235 to $325 per week|
|Other living expenses|
|Groceries and eating out||$80 to $280 per week|
|Gas, electricity||$35 to $140 per week|
|Phone and Internet||$20 to $55 per week|
|Public transport||$15 to $55 per week|
|Entertainment||$80 to $150 per week|
|Estimated Annual Cost Of living - $18,500 to $ 20,000|
Things you need to be remember when you are packing your bag. Make sure that: