Why Study in Australia
Australia has emerged as one of the most sought after study destinations for Indians in the past decade. With many world-class educational institutions catering educational programmes and specializations in varying fields, over 3 Lakh overseas students pursue higher education from Australia every year. The world-class education curriculum and infrastructure can be established with 7 universities of Australia consistently ranking in the world’s top 100 universities in the world.
For a very sparsely populated country with a relatively small number of universities, housing 7 out of the top 100 universities in the world is quite a feat. Australian universities regularly feature in global rankings like QS World University Rankings, Times Higher Education Rankings, and the Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Study in Australia is a great choice for you—whether you want to be taught by the best or undertake your research. Over 22,000 high-quality courses and programs are offered in as much as 1,100 institutions.
Did you know that Australia has produced 15 Nobel laureates?
Degrees from Australian universities are recognized all over the world. It is not surprising to know that there are now over 2.5 million international students worldwide who have studied in Australia. Some of these students are among the world’s finest minds.
Australia provides students the opportunity to work part-time while studying, which would help you offset some of your living costs. International students are allowed to work for up to 20 hours/ 40 Hours per fortnight a week during semesters and full-time during the university holidays. These jobs often have flexible working hours to avoid any clash with classes.
You can apply for scholarships in Australia based on courses and universities.
Australia is considered as one of the safest countries in the world with a multicultural, friendly and pleasant society. Melbourne has been named as the world’s most livable city and Sydney has been voted as the friendliest city in the world. This ranking is based on various parameters such as the mix of students based on nationalities, cultures, races, religion, and quality of life.
There are over 500 National Parks in Australia to explore and 19 UNESCO World Heritage sites to tick off your list if you do set out on such an endeavour. You can go scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef or snorkel alongside gigantic whale sharks in Ningaloo Reef. There are countless other things to see and experience.
An Australian study visa is relatively easier to get than visas for the US and the UK. On 1st July 2016, the Australian government has abridged the visa subclasses and introduced a simplified student visa framework (SSVF) to provide more efficient visa services to applicants. As per the new SSVF, all the study visas came under a single platform or a class (subclass 500).
A simple analysis and the comparison of quality against the cost for all countries that are leading education powerhouses will easily reveal that Australia is relatively one of the cheapest countries in terms of studying. The cost of living and tuition costs are significantly lower as compared to the US and the UK and the living standard is amongst the highest in the world.
Australia has 43 universities in total, out of which, 40 universities are public, 2 are international universities and 1 is a private university. The country has some of the most prestigious and high ranking universities in the world. As per the latest QS World University Rankings, 35 Australian universities are ranked among the world’s top 500 universities’ list and 6 are ranked among the world’s top 100.
There is every possibility that Australian universities have you covered.
Australian universities offer a wide range of courses and programs as per the field of interest of the students. Whether it’s an undergraduate or postgraduate program a student wants to enrol in, there are numerous options on one’s platter. Australia is particularly known for Social Sciences, Management, Natural Sciences Degrees, Mathematics, Life & Agricultural Sciences, Clinical Medicine & Pharmacy, and Physics.
Different degree courses to study overseas in Australian universities: