Why Study in Australia?

Language Requirements
Academic Qualifications
Equivalent to Australian year 12
Statement of Purpose
Explaining your academic and career goals
Intake Feb, July, Sep
Tuition Fees
Varies between AUD 30,000 to AUD 80,000
Visa Type Subclass 500
Undergraduate Programs:
Bachelor’s Degrees
Honours Programs
Associate Degrees
Postgraduate Programs
Master’s Degrees by Coursework
Master’s Degrees by Research
Graduate Diploma
Graduate Certificates
Research Programs Phd
Master’s by Research
Vocational Education and Training (VET) Programs
Diploma and Advance Diploma in Trades, Hospitality, and Business.
English Language Courses
English language programs for international students
Short Courses and Professional Development
short courses and workshops for professional development

List of Universities in Australia, with the QS Rank

2023 2022 University
30 27= The Australian National University
33 37 The University of Melbourne
41 38 The University of Sydney
45 43 The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)
50= 47 The University of Queensland
57 58 Monash University
90 93 The University of Western Australia
109 108 The University of Adelaide
137 133 University of Technology Sydney
185= 193 University of Wollongong
190= 206 RMIT University
192 197 The University of Newcastle, Australia (UON)
193 194= Curtin University
195= 200 Macquarie University
222= 213 Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
266 283 Deakin University
293= 303= University of Tasmania
296= 321 Swinburne University of Technology
300= 290= Griffith University
316 362= La Trobe University
363= 326= University of South Australia
425= 407= Flinders University
461= 424= James Cook University
481= 451= Bond University
501-510 494= Western Sydney University
511-520 436= University of Canberra
561-570 581-590 Murdoch University
601-650 651-700 Edith Cowan University
651-700 601-650 Central Queensland University (CQUniversity Australia)
651-700 701-750 University of Southern Queensland
701-750 701-750 Charles Darwin University
701-750 751-800 Southern Cross University
701-750 601-650 Victoria University
801-1000 801-1000 Australian Catholic University
801-1000 801-1000 Charles Sturt University
801-1000 801-1000 University of New England Australia
1001-1200 1001-1200 University of the Sunshine Coast
1201-1400 1201+ The University of Notre Dame, Australia

Each scholarship has specific eligibility criteria, which could include academic excellence, leadership skills, community involvement, specific nationality or background, financial need, and more. We can make sure you meet the eligibility requirements for the scholarships you’re interested in. And guide in professional way.

Finding a part-time job while studying in Australia can be a great way to support yourself financially, gain work experience, and enhance your skills.

Living expenses in Australia, can vary widely depending on factors such as City, lifestyle, accommodation type, personal choices, and individual preferences.  Here’s a rough breakdown of potential monthly living expenses for a student in a city:

  Per Month
On-campus university accommodation: AUD 800
Shared apartment or rental accommodation: AUD 800+
Private apartment or studio: AUD 1,500
Groceries: AUD 200 – 300
Public Transportation
Train AUD 160-280
Phone and Internet AUD 50
  • Original Passport (All pages) (Including Old Passport)
  • Birth Certificate / School Leaving Certificate
  • 10th Mark sheet
  • 12th Mark sheet
  • Diploma or ITI Mark sheet or Provisional Certificate
  • Bachelor Mark sheets, Degree or Provisional Certificate
  • Master Mark sheet, Degree or Provisional Certificate
  • Work Experience Letter (If applicable)
  • IELTS / English Language Certificate
  • Resume / CV
  • LOR (Letter of Recommendation)
  • SOP (Statement of Purpose)
  • Marriage Certificate (If applicable)

Studying in Australia offers numerous benefits and opportunities for international students. Here are some of the key reasons why many students choose Australia as their study destination:

  1. High-Quality Education: Australia is renowned for its excellent education system and high academic standards. It is home to several world-class universities that consistently rank among the top institutions globally. The degrees obtained from Australian universities are widely recognized and respected worldwide.

  2. Diverse Range of Courses: Australian universities offer a vast array of courses and programs, catering to a wide range of interests and disciplines. Whether you’re interested in arts, sciences, engineering, business, or any other field, you’ll find a suitable program in Australia.

  3. Research Opportunities: Australia is at the forefront of various research fields, and universities actively encourage students to participate in research projects. This provides students with a chance to work alongside renowned academics and contribute to cutting-edge research.

  4. Multicultural Environment: Australia is a diverse and multicultural country with a welcoming atmosphere for international students. You’ll have the opportunity to meet people from all around the world, experience various cultures, and build global networks that can be valuable for your future career.

  5. High Standard of Living: Australia is known for its high standard of living and quality of life. Cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth offer a vibrant lifestyle, beautiful landscapes, and a wide range of recreational activities.

  6. Safe and Stable Country: Australia is considered one of the safest countries in the world for international students. It has a stable political environment, low crime rates, and a reliable healthcare system.

  7. Work Opportunities: Australia allows international students to work part-time during their studies (usually up to 20 hours per week) and full-time during vacations. This can help you gain work experience, earn extra income, and improve your employability after graduation.

  8. Post-Study Work Options: The Australian government offers post-study work visas that allow eligible graduates to work in Australia for a certain period after completing their studies. This provides a pathway for international students to gain valuable work experience in their field of study.

  9. Scholarships and Financial Assistance: Australian universities and the government offer various scholarships and financial aid programs to support international students with their tuition fees and living expenses.

  10. Adventure and Travel Opportunities: Australia is a vast and diverse country, offering plenty of opportunities for adventure and travel. From beautiful beaches to stunning national parks and vibrant cities, there’s always something new to explore during your stay.

Keep in mind that each student’s experience may vary, and it’s essential to thoroughly research the specific universities and courses that align with your academic and career goals before making a decision.