Study in Australia is a smart move for your future career. Australian universities rank highly in terms of quality education, academic and employer reputation. Australia’s has its 6 universities in the top 100 international universities globally (University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Queensland, Monash University, University of Sydney, and UNSW Sydney).

Australia has some of the best student cities based on student life and cultural diversity rankings with cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide are among them. Australian government has invested more than 300 Australian dollars for more than 3.000 scholarships for international students.

Australia is a pioneer country in research in science, humanities, and education. Australia is at the forefront of innovation and new technologies.


Tuition Fees

Tuition fees in Australia are little higher than other countries but it is still most popular and attractive study destination globally, welcoming around 800,000 students yearly. Bachelor’s degree in Australia will cost on average between 20,000 – 45,000 Australian dollars per year. While Master’s and Doctorate degrees cost around 22,000 – 50,000 Australian dollars per year. The cost for Medical and Veterinary degrees will be increased.

Grants & Scholarships

The majority of international students in Australia pay full fees for their studies, However, there are a number of scholarships available to assist students with the cost of their education. The Australian government, education institutes and various other organizations offer Australian scholarships to international students. A lot of programs of Australian universities offer their own scholarships as well. Some of the Australian Scholarships available to eligible international students are:

Admission application Process

Different admission requirements might apply, depending on the university, the qualification level, and the discipline you are going to study.

Preparing the necessary documents is a time-consuming step therefore, it is advised to start it as soon as possible. Remember, you will need all the documents in English or translated in English. Mostly you will need the following documents:

      • Copies of your passport & Recent photos
      • Previous education transcripts
      • The application signed by you
      • Proof of English language competency
      • The application fee
      • Proof of your financial funds to support your studies
      • Letter of recommendation or a personal statement.
      • Clean criminal record signed and stamped by the police authorties
      • Once all the documents are ready it is time to submit your application.

Visa application Process

After you receive the confirmation letter of acceptance from the university, you can apply for your Australian student visa. This process should be started as soon as you get your letter of acceptance, as the procedure might take time. Visit the visa section above regarding all the necessary documents and criteria you need to take into consideration for your visa application.

Take into account the eligibility criteria and requirements for the Australian student visa, as depending on the qualification level you want to study, different rules might apply. The eligibility criteria include:

      • A completed Australian student visa application form
      • Proof that you have paid the visa application fee of around 620 AUD
      • Copies of your valid passport along with recent passport-sized photographs
      • The Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE)
      • Sufficient English language proficiency through a language test
      • A personal statement (Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirement) declaring the reason you want to study in Australia and your plans for the future after the completion of your studies
      • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) Healthcare insurance for you and your family members (in case they accompany you) from an approved Australian health provider that will be valid for the length of your stay in Australia
      • Evidence of sufficient funds (for example bank statements) to support you throughout your studies and cover your tuition and living costs. An annual amount around AU$20,290 (approximately US$13,750)
      • Police report with a clean criminal record