Study in Australia

Getting an admission in the most famous universities of the world is not a cakewalk. Study in the most prestigious University in Australia and take a step towards your goals. 

Why Study in Australia

Counted amongst the Top 3 study abroad destinations, Australia attracts more than 500,000 students every year after the USA and the UK. Indian students who opted to study in Australia crossed a mark of 87,000 in the year (2018). Even though amidst the COVID-19 pandemic overseas students in Australia dropped by 33.5%, an overall of around 70,000+ Indian students (new and continuing) applied for an Australian student visa.

Offering more than 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia invests 200,000,000 AUD in scholarships each year. Seven Australian universities rank among the top 100 institutions in the world and overall 36 higher education institutions make it to the QS top universities list. The United Nations ranked the country as the second-best in terms of education and per-capita income. 

In Australia, 7 out of 43 universities ranked among the Top 100 universities globally as per QS world rankings. There is a robust system controlling the government accreditations and quality of higher education in Australia. It ensures that students have access to a premium university experience and to standards set for excellence in education globally.

Important innovations and discoveries such as IV F, Wi-Fi, Penicillin, Cervical Cancer Vaccine were successfully accomplished at Australian schools and universities. Research funding spent by universities in Australia on R&D has double over the past 18 years. The government also indulges in funding programs promoting global connections allowing you to pursue your dream research while studying in Australia.

Availability of flexible course options, like part-time and online courses. It also offers Pathway Programs to degrees like ELICOS (English language Courses) and Vocational Education Training programs. Special VET programs allow you to learn while on a job. 

Australia offers an extensive support to international students through ESOS ACT. The act frameworks laws and practices that ensure the rights of international students are not violated with a culturally diverse country with immigrants from over 100 countries.

The government of Australia spends 200 million dollars annually to provide scholarships, fellowships, and grants to international students. Among some of the popular international student’s funds are Australian Awards, Destination Australia, Australian Government Research Training Program, APEC Women in Research Fellowship, and Provider Scholarships. 

The average cost for Masters in Australia is approximately AUD 20,000 to AUD 50,000.

The Cost for Bachelors is AUD 15,000 to AUD 35,000.

(*However, the Cost may differ from University to University. Connect with us for Personalized 1:1 session)

The overall cost of accommodation in Australia is approximately AUD 10,000 to AUD 25,000.

The average cost that a student incurs across while studying in USA  including the living cost as well as Other Expenses is AUD 9,000 to AUD 20,000.

(*These Cost are subjective and may differ from region to region. Get 1:1 free Counseling session and Get started today)

Scholarships available

  • Australian Awards
  • Melbourne Graduate Scholarship
  • Endeavor PG Scholarship Awards
  • Deakin International Scholarships
  • Australian Government Research Training Program

Top Universities

  • Columbia University
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Yale University
  • Stanford University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • California Institute of Technology
  • Northwestern University

In Demand Courses

  • Data Analytics
  • Business Analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • International Business
  • Engineering Management
  • Computer Science