Study in AUSTRALIA
Coming to Australia to study can be both an exciting and overwhelming experience for many students. As an education agent, you can help your students be prepared for their new life here. It's important that you can reassure them about the benefits of studying in our relaxed, safe, and multicultural society.
If you have a better understanding of Australia, this will help you deal with its culture, laws, and people during your work as an education agent.
- What are some historical events that have helped to shape Australia's society?
- How is Australia's population distributed?
- How diverse is Australian society concerning the nationalities of its migrants, the languages spoken at home, and the religions followed?
- Which cities in Australia have relatively mild and dry climates?
- What are some unique features of Australia's natural environment?
- What levels of government exist in Australia?
Australian Capital Territory: The youngest of Australia States and Territory legislatures is the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Territory and not a State. It is the home of Canberra, the Australian Capital.
Northern Territory: The Northern Territory, Territory and not a State, has Darwin as its Capital. It is highly celebrated for Uluru, earlier popular as the Ayres Rock. This ancient monolith is purely spellbinding and a treat to the human senses. It captures the imagination and leaves the visitors mesmerized; that too with a deep sense of wonder they hardly experienced ever.
New South Wales: Recognized as the home to Sydney, New South Wales is one of the most charming and delightful state in the world. Just because of it’s high quality education it is most preferred study destination for International students who want to study in Australia. State boundaries extend from the sub tropical northern border to Extra Liberal Victorian Borders with Queensland.
Queensland: Queensland is bisected by the Tropic of Capricorn, and is rightly known as the Sunshine State of Australia. The Capital of Queensland, Brisbane, is one of the fastest emerging cities in Australia and it provides an exceptional dais for touring the Gold Coast, popularly known as Australias Playground, and the Sunshine Coast which is famous for its surfing beaches, rainforests and elegant resorts like Noosa.
South Australia: South Australia is overwhelmed with adorable attractions to allure the visitors. Adelaide, the state capital of South Australia which is renowned as the City of Churches, is a lovely small paradise and is perhaps quainter than any other mainland capital.
Tasmania: Tasmania, the Apple Isle, showcase glorious lakes, majestic mountains, rivers, beaches, waterfalls, and much more. It makes a strong statement about how effortless it is to go across the whole island in just a matter of few days. Historic settlements of the quaint stone cottages that have been transformed into comfy and cherished accommodation dot the landscape.
Victoria: Victoria is Australia’s smallest and the most densely populated state with Melbourne as its Capital. Melbourne, dominated by trams, is a fine medley of old European sophistication and the trends of the modern world. This small State, tenderly known as the Garden State, reaps a strong advantage from its comprehensive road network and is therefore great for a touring holiday.
Western Australia Western Australia is the largest of all Australian states. Perth, the City of Lights, is the Capital and the largest city in Western Australia. It enjoys a Mediterranean climate all year round, and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and reserves, which are deep contrast from areas outside those areas.
Why Study in Australia?
1. Discover how to be an innovative, agile thinker.
2. Study at globally ranked institutions.
3. Gain work experience while you study
4. Access extensive student support services
5. Live and study in safety
6. Feel welcome in a multicultural society
7. Make the most of Australia’s great outdoors
8. Enjoy a high standard of living
English language requirements
Australian educational courses are taught in English. In some cases, you may need to provide the results of an English language test. We require proof of your English language skills to ensure that you can understand the course content. The level of proficiency in the English language required by an institution may be different from the level of proficiency required for your student visa application. See study and training visas for more information, and check the institution’s website for specific English language requirements.
The academic requirements (including evidence of English language skills) you need will vary depending on the level of course you want to study. Institutions may have different entry requirements, so please read the course information on their website carefully and contact them if you need any advice or assistance.
Here is a general guide to the entry requirements for different levels of study:
- English courses: Entrance requirements vary according to institutions and according to the level of English required for the course.
- Schools: Entry requirements vary between schools, depending on the state or territory. Academic performance and ability are considered during the application process.
- Vocational education and training (VET): in most cases, there are no entrance exams for VET institutions. However, some courses may require you to have studied specific subjects or completed work experience.
- Higher Education Undergraduate Courses: You will need to have an Australian Upper Secondary Education Certificate (Year 12) or the equivalent overseas. Some undergraduate courses may also have specific prerequisite subjects.
Tip: To meet the academic requirements of an Australian high school qualification, consider taking a foundation course. Also known as bridging study, they are intensive courses that will help you meet entry requirements. They are usually one-year long and are offered by most higher education institutions.
The student visa that you can choose completely depends upon the course that you opt for. And in order to get your visa approval, you are in need of certain of the requirements. And these are mention here in the following manner;
- Receive an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) certificate.
- Meet the Genuine Temporary Entrant requirement.
- Prove you have sufficient funds for airfares, course fees and living costs.
- Demonstrate English language proficiency.
- Meet health and character requirements.
- Provide evidence of Overseas Student Health Cover (see below).
- Explore your visa options for studying in Australia.
Overseas Student Health Cover
Australia has a special system of health coverage for international students called Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). It will help you pay for any medical or hospital care you may need while studying here. It will also help pay for most prescription medicines and provide you with ambulance in case of any emergencies.
You will need to purchase OSHC for yourself and any family member traveling with you before you arrive in Australia. You must have OSHC for the duration of your student visa. You can learn more about OSHC coverage, including where to buy OSHC at PrivateHealth.gov.au.
All the information that we provide to you. In turn surely helps you to decide in which class of student visa you want to study in Australia. All visa applications for international students and educational agents are processed online by creating an account in ImmiAccount.
Student visa (Subclass 500)
All of the following types of study are included on this visa. And in order to get more details. You must in need to read the given below all the points;
- independent ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students)
- schools (primary and secondary)
- secondary school exchange program
- vocational education and training (VET)
- higher education
- postgraduate research
- non-award courses
- International students sponsored by the Department of Foreign Affairs or Defense.
Major Cities: Sydney, Birsbane and Mel Bourne etc.
Regional Areas: The Gold Coast, Perth, Sunshine Coast, Byron Bay, Adelaide, Tasmania, Bundaberg etc.