Study in Australia

Study in Australia

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  1. Capital: Canberra
  2. Major cities: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide
  3. Currency: Australian dollar
  4. Average temperature: 30 degrees
  5. Distance from India: 10-12 hrs

Why Australia is the Perfect Destination for Higher Education

Study in Australia with Global Degrees, expert advice from international education consultants, and easy planning help for your educational journey. Australia is the 3rd most popular English speaking destination for international students after USA and UK. Lot of job opportunities and has very low unemployment rate of around 5% and a perfect place for work life balance. Australia has the lowest population density of any continent in the world.

Australia is multi cultured, meaning every fourth person is a different national, 4 out of 10 Australians are migrants or first-generation children of migrants, 50% of them from non-English speaking backgrounds. Australians have a reputation for being friendly and welcoming, with an open and informal approach to life, while also showing respect for the rights and freedoms of others. Australia is a safe place to live, with the streets and public spaces of Australian cities offering security and freedom not always found in other parts of the world. In fact, Australian cities have some of the lowest crime rates in the world.

Australia has a safe, inclusive and supportive study environment, where you will feel welcomed and inspired. The living expenses and the tuition costs are considerably lower in comparison to UK and USA.
Australian Universities are globally recognized by the employers all over the world.

Universities offer wide varieties of courses and degrees in comparison to other countries. A degree from an Australian University can take you anywhere in the world. With 43 universities across Australia, there will be a course that can help you achieve your goals. Australian Universities have a very good quality of scientific research. Australian courses are constantly updated with input from industry leaders to ensure your skills and knowledge are informed, thereby strengthening your ability to compete for jobs. Studying in Australia will boost your career prospects because graduates from Australia are desirable employees in any workplace. A recent government survey states around 87% of international students were satisfied or very satisfied with their study experience and life in Australia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can study in Australia?

Applying to Australian institutions is easy, although it will take some time and careful planning. Remember that you can ask for help with Global degrees and advice from the institution you are applying to, your local Australian visa office and education agents in your home country.
Here is some advice to help with your course application:
Step 1: Choose your course and education provider
Step 2: Apply
Step 3: Have your application processed
Step 4: Accept your offer
Step 5: Prepare for departure

What are the admission requirements for Australian universities?

Once you have chosen your course and education provider, it is time to apply. Go to the Enquire Now page to submit an enquiry directly to the institution of your choice.
Before you apply, you should check the academic and English language entry requirements to ensure you are eligible. If you do not meet the entry requirements, you may need to consider a different course or applying for a bridging course or foundation course, which may increase your chances.

When should I start the application process?

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Where can I find information about scholarships and financial aid?

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5. Why is Australia a popular choice for international students?

Australia's population of nearly 27 million is highly urbanized. The unique factor of the Australian education system is its implementation of Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), the national policy established in 1995 that specifies the standards of qualifications for the education sector.

How do I apply for a student visa?

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What are the English language proficiency requirements?

IELTS, PTE are the English proficiency exams required for Australia.
English language proficiency requirements include submitting test scores from recognized exams such as IELTS, TOEFL. The required scores vary by institution and program, so it's essential to check the specific requirements of each university.
For UG 6.0 and No band less than 6.0, For PG 6.5 and no band less than 6.0.

Who can help me with the university selection process?

PIER certified consultants works for GD, please meet us for further process.

What are the top universities in Australia?

  • University of Adelaide.
  • University of Western Australia (UWA) …
  • Monash University.
  • University of Queensland (UQ)
  • University of New South Wales (UNSW) …
  • University of Melbourne.
  • University of Sydney.
  • Australian National University (ANU)
  • What Are the Scholarships and Financial Aid?

    Here are some popular scholarship programs you can apply to study in Australia as an Indian student
    Name of the scholarships
    Australian Government Research and Training Program (AGRTP)

    Funded by the Australian Government, it covers a student’s tuition fee and health insurance for up to three years
    Supports a student’s (local and international) Research Doctorate and Research Master’s degree.

    Australia Awards

    Funded by the Department of Education and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT) Aims to provide students from developing regions an opportunity to pursue their UG/PG program at participating universities in Australia and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions

    Destination Australia

    This scholarship aims to encourage international students to study in regional Australia to regionally develop tertiary education providers in Australia and provide a learning experience to its students.

    John Allwright Fellowship (JAF)

    Provides scientists from partner countries engaged in the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) research projects with the opportunity to obtain postgraduate qualifications at Australian tertiary institutions.

    What are the living expenses in Australia?

    The living cost for the expenses for Australia is 24000.

    When does the academic year start in Australia universities?

    Semester -1 – February
    Semester-2 July
    Semester -3 November

    Where can I find accommodation options?

    You can find on campus and off campus, we can help you on that.

    How can I find part-time job opportunities while studying?

    To find part-time job opportunities while studying in Australia, you can explore job boards, university career centers, student job fairs, online job portals, and networking with fellow students and professionals. Part time jobs in Australia are also available to international students across on and off-campus workplaces. Students manage their cost of living in Australia better and get a taste of the Australian working industry through the part time jobs. Candidates can only start working once the program they are enrolled in is underway.

    Who can assist me with healthcare and insurance matters?

    At GD we can help with the Overseas Health cover.

    What support services are available for international students?

    International students in Australia can access various support services, including academic advising, counseling services, career guidance, language support, health and wellness services, cultural integration programs, and assistance with visa and immigration matters.

    When can I apply for a work permit after graduation?

    International students in Australia will be eligible for the 3-5 years of extension visa and further you can apply for permanent residency at Australia.

    Where can I learn about Australia?

    You can learn about Australian culture and customs through books, online resources, museums, cultural festivals, and by engaging with Australians through conversations and experiences.

    Why is Australia considered a safe country for international students?

    Australia is considered a safe country for international students due to its low crime rates, stable political environment, inclusive society, strong rule of law, and robust support systems for international students.

    How can I make the most of my study abroad experience in Australia?

    To make the most of your study abroad experience in Australia, immerse yourself in the local culture, participate in campus activities, explore the country, make friends with Australians, and take advantage of academic and career opportunities.

    What are Academic Programs available in Australia?

    Here’s a list of top courses that international students opt to pursue in Australia for higher education:
    • Engineering
    • Business Analytics
    • MBA (Masters of Business Administration)
    • Life Sciences
    • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
    • Social Sciences
    • Medicine

    What is the Admission Process?

  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL
  • Location & University Selection.
  • Apply for an open Letter
  • Financials(Submit All Financials for Payment approval)
  • Fees Payment(Pay1st Sem fee for COE)
  • eCOE (Confirmation of Enrolment)
  • Visa Filling
  • Pre-Medicals
  • After Visa Grant Pre-Departure Session
  • Cost of Living
    The cost of living in Australia is around 1000 to 2000 AUD per month, including accommodation, transportation, food, and healthcare expenses which depends on the student life style.
    Work Opportunities
    Australia's fastest-growing jobs have been revealed, with IT and engineering roles dominating the list. LinkedIn has released its 2023 Jobs on the Rise list.

    For part-time work during studies and post-graduation work permits that allow students to gain valuable work experience in Australia.
    Part time jobs in Australia are available to international students across on and off-campus workplaces. Students manage their cost of living in Australia better and get a taste of the Australian working industry through the part time jobs. Candidates can only start working once the program they are enrolled in is underway.

    International students, with a valid Australian student visa are allowed to work for up to 48 hours every fortnight during an ongoing session. During holidays or breaks, students are allowed to work unlimited hours and as per government norms, AUD $23.23 the per hour salary as per Government of Australia.

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