Australian Education System
Australia is a very popular country in which to commence studies. Around 50% of all international students from over 80 different countries are studying at Australian universities.
Students and their dependants can apply for permission to work after their course commences, and are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week whilst the course is running.
During semester breaks, international students are allowed to work full-time. If you are completing a Masters degree or a Doctorate, family members have unrestricted work rights too. To keep a student visa the student must maintain 80% attendance and fulfil all course requirements.
The terms 'University' and 'Degree' are protected in Australia so that only institutions, which meet Australia's rigorous quality assurance processes, are allowed to use these titles. Under the Australian Qualifications Framework, all universities that are registered have approximately 4000 formal agreements with universities around the world.
Some Australian universities concentrate on traditional areas of learning, whilst others are more vocational. All combine tuition with research. Qualifications listed on this page are available at Australian universities and at approved higher education providers.
Tuition fees vary between AU$9,000 and AU$18,500 per year. Unfortunately, student loans are not available for international students.
We provide multiple programs free of charge for international students, should they appoint us as their agent. Simply submit your application with us.
Students receive free of charge information on Australian education institutions. Either select your courses and study locations or ask for more information. Based on this, students will receive a list of institutes that are best suited for them within a short period of time.