Study In Australia

Why Study in Australia

 

September 1, 2004, there were 192,460 international students enrolled in Australian universities; reports also reveal that the number of commencing full-degree students from India grew by 51.9%. There are many reasons why international students choose to study in Australia :

  • Australia has the third largest number of international students in the world, after the USA and UK.
  • Australian qualifications and institutions are recognised globally for their high quality and excellence. Graduates from Australia are very successful in finding jobs and hold prominent positions worldwide. Additionally, they are readily accepted for postgraduate study at leading international universities.
  • International students in Australia can work up to 20 hours a week, allowing them to earn money, gain useful work experience in a foreign country and meet a variety of new people.
  • Scholarship opportunities are available for international students.
  • Students interests is provided by the government through legislation called the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act. The act ensures protection of international students by regulating the educational institutions and requiring registration of institutions and courses based on quality.
  • Multicultural Australia is a safe, friendly, sophisticated and harmonious society in which students can learn and travel.
  • Universities must meet strict accreditation requirements and standards mandated by their respective governments.
  • Degrees and universities are recognized internationally as among the best in the world by employers.
  • Australia has a safe, secure, vibrant, and friendly environments to live, study, and work in for international student.
  • Australia offers excellent value for money and a standard of living, which is among the highest in the world. Living expenses and tuition costs in Australia are considerably less expensive than the UK and USA.
  • High quality, first class education with modern facilities, excellent teachers, support services and international recognition.
  • Dynamic and energetic study environment with a choice of study pathways, entry points and study environments.
  • Australia is a politically stable, safe and friendly country that welcomes international students and visitors.
  • Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world. You may find Australian very different from home, but it is welcoming, friendly and many Australians understand your culture – International experience will enhance your future job opportunities and can give you significant employment advantages.

Study in Australia

 

Australia is the home of some of the world’s top research facilities and academic institutions.

Imagine learning in supportive academic environments where professors are approachable and classrooms reflect the cultural diversity of land.

Imagine entering the workforce with qualifications that are recognized and respected the world over.

This is what it means to study in Australia!

Start your Education in Australia with valuable information on everything you need to know about studying abroad in Australia, from study permits and temporary resident visas and how much it costs, to finding a program and what student life in Australia is really all about!

Requirements To Study In Australia

English language proficiency

English language proficiency is now a requirement when applying for a student visa. The IELTS is the only test accepted by the Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs for student visa purposes. Some visa Assessment Levels accept the IELTS entry levels required by the education institution. Australian education institutions can only accept students with an appropriate level of English proficiency. Institutions set their own English language requirements and may have different IELTS entry levels for the proposed level of course than those required for a student visa. If you obtain a score marginally less than what is required for the Australian student visa, you may opt to take an ELICOS (English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students) in Australia along with the mainstream course.

Academic

Undergraduate

Undergraduate courses require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of Australian high school matriculation, such as three passes at GCE A Levels in appropriate subjects. Some courses may also have certain pre-requisite subjects.

Postgraduate

Entry to postgraduate courses requires satisfactory completion of a first degree at undergraduate level. Demonstrated research ability or relevant work experience may also be taken into consideration.

Vocational education and training

Usually there are no other entrance exams to VET institutions. However, some courses may have certain pre-requisite subjects or demonstrated work experience.

Other Tests GMAT

For most management courses, International students are required to take GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Most Australian Universities do not require the GRE for admission to post graduate courses. However it is advisable to enclose a copy of your score sheet if you have done well in the test.

Work Experience

A number of professional and vocational courses require relevant work experience. For instance, many MBAs or master’s courses in information studies require at least a couple of years’ work experience

Living In Australia

 

Students from all over the world come to Australia to take advantage of the world-class education and enjoy friendly hospitality and cultural diversity. Australia has low crime rates and strict laws providing a safe environment in which to learn and travel. With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Australia offers modern transport systems, convenient telecommunications, cosmopolitan shopping complexes and excellent health services.

Transport

With one of the highest standards of living in the world, Australia offers modern transport systems. Australia has an extensive public transport system that includes trains, buses, tramways, ferries, two major national airlines and a number of regional airlines. Metropolitan areas are divided into zones and your ticket type and cost depends on which zone you are going to travel in and for how long. Tickets can be bought at train stations, on buses and trams and at news agencies. Metered taxicabs operate in all major cities and towns. You will find taxi ranks at transport terminals, main hotels or shopping centres or you can hail taxis in the street.

Shopping

Australia’s major centres and capital cities have world-class shopping facilities. The general shopping hours are 9:00 am to 5:00pm (7 days a week). Late night shopping until 9 pm (Thursday and Friday). Some supermarkets are open 24 hours a day, throughout the week.

Food

Australia has a fantastic variety of food. The best quality meat, fish, fruits and vegetables are exported to markets all around the globe. There is a large range of fruit and vegetables available at Australian produce markets. You should have no difficulty in finding the foods that you are used to at home. You can sample almost every type of cuisine available throughout the world in Australia. There are elegant restaurants or typical Aussie pubs. Ethnic restaurants offer cuisines from all around the world. Good food at reasonable prices can be found at bistros or cafes. Moreover, for those who like takeaway, most of the major global fast food chains are well represented.

Telephones

Australia has a modern telephone system. Public telephones are available at all Post Offices, shopping centres and are often situated on street corners. Public pay phones accept a variety of coins and Phonecards. Phonecards are pre-paid for use in public pay phones and can be bought at a large number of retail outlets in denominations of $A5, $A10, $A20 and $A50. Credit phones take most major credit cards such as American Express, Visa, Mastercard and Diners International and can be found at international and domestic airports, central city locations and hotels.

Sports and Recreation

Australians are very keen on sport and outdoor activities and have gained a worldwide reputation, both as individuals and as teams. Australia has more than 120 national sporting organisations and thousands of state, regional and club bodies. It is estimated that 6.5 million people, about a third of the population, are registered sports participants. While there are over 120 sporting organisations, Australians also take part in bushwalking, fishing, boating and water sports.

Travel

During semester breaks, you may like to venture beyond the capital cities to experience more of Australia’s spectacular natural environment and great physical beauty-national parks, The Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu, Uluru and the Tasmanian Wilderness.

Culture

Australian contemporary arts reflect the world’s oldest continuous cultural traditions and a diverse, multicultural society. Australia’s visual and performing arts communities receive international acclaim for their vibrancy, originality and cutting-edge work in the arts, literature, stage and cinema, dance, classical music and contemporary Australian rock music.

Courses In Australia

 

Diploma courses in Australia

TAFE and ELICOS recognized colleges in Australia offer broad range of courses at the Advanced Diploma, Diploma and Certificate Level. Typically, graduates of TAFE Colleges use their qualification to gain advanced standing in a degree program or find employment at middle-managerial leveling private companies or the public services.

Courses available for International Students :

English :

  • English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS)

Arts :

  • Certificate IV in Art – Applied Design
  • Diploma of Arts – Applied Photography
  • Diploma of Arts – Graphic Arts
  • Diploma of Arts – Illustration
  • Diploma of Arts – Product Design (Jewellery, Gold & Silversmithing)
  • Diploma of Arts – Visual Arts

Building :

  • Diploma of Building
  • Diploma of Building Design and Drafting
  • Diploma of Arts (Furniture Design)

Business :

  • Advanced Diploma Accounting
  • Advanced Diploma of Business (International Business)
  • Advanced Diploma of Business (Marketing)
  • Diploma of Business – Office Administration

Dual Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Advanced Diploma of Accounting
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Advanced Diploma Business (International Business)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Advanced Diploma Business (Marketing)

Engineering :

  • Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology
  • Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology (Jewellery)
  • Advanced Diploma of Computer Systems Engineering

Hospitality :

  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management
  • Diploma of Hospitality Management

Dual Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management
  • Dual Diploma – Diploma of Hospitality (Management) and Tourism (Meetings and Events Management)

Information Technology :

  • Certificate II in Information Technology
  • Diploma of Information Technology
  • Diploma of Multimedia

Dual Qualification

  • Bachelor of Information Technology – Software Development
  • Diploma of Information Technology (Computer Software Development)

Tourism :

  • Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation – Adventure Tourism
  • Diploma of Tourism

Dual Qualification

  • Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management

Admission Requirements

  • Australian Year 12 (or recognised equivalent) or relevant work experience.
  • IELTS of 5.5 (or recognised equivalents).
  • Mature Age.

Course Duration

  • 2 years
  • Commencing February and July

Course fee

  • Advanced Diploma $AUD 7,800 p.a.

This guide is intended as a general guide only and the information it contains may change. Check that the information is correct by calling the office of Charms Education & Immigration Services.

Degree courses in Australia

TAFE Colleges in Australia offer broad range of courses at the Advanced Diploma, Diploma and Certificate Level. Typically, graduates of TAFE Colleges use their qualification to gain advanced standing in a degree program or find employment at middle-managerial leveling private companies or the public services.

Courses available for International Students :

Business :

  • Degree in Business (Accounting)
  • Degree in Business (E-Business)
  • Degree in Business (Information Systems)
  • Degree in Business (Management)
  • Degree in Business (Marketing)
  • Degree in Business Administration (International Management)

Communication & Media Design :

  • Degree in Communication (Advertising)
  • Degree in Communication (Journalism)

Engineering, Construction & Design :

  • Degree in Engineering (Computing)
  • Degree in Engineering (Electrical)
  • Degree in Engineering (Telecomm’s)
  • Degree in Engineering (Environmental)
  • Degree in Engineering (Civil)
  • Degree in Engineering (Building)
  • Degree in Engineering (Mechatronics)

Health Sciences and Nursing :

  • Degree in Nursing

Information Technology and Computing :

  • Degree in Computing
  • Degree in Computer Science
  • Degree in Information Technology

Sciences :

  • Degree in Science
  • Degree in Science ( Biology Science)
  • Degree in Science ( Biotechnology)

Sport Studies :

  • Degree in Applied Science (Sport Studies)

Tourism & Hospitality :

  • Degree in Applied Science (Tourism)
  • Degree in Business (Hospitality Management)
  • Degree in Business (Tourism Management)

Admission Requirements

  • Australian Year 12 (or recognised equivalent) or relevant work experience.
  • IELTS of 6.0 (or recognised equivalents).

Course Duration

  • 3 years
  • Commencing February, July and *November

Course fee

  • Degree $AUD 10,000 p.a. to 13,000 p.a.

This guide is intended as a general guide only and the information it contains may change. Check that the information is correct by calling the office of Charms Education and Immigration Services.

Masters in Australia

TAFE Colleges in Australia offer broad range of courses at the Advanced Diploma, Diploma and Certificate Level. Typically, graduates of TAFE Colleges use their qualification to gain advanced standing in a degree program or find employment at middle-managerial leveling private companies or the public services.

Courses available for International Students :

Business :

  • Master of Professional Accounting
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Business and Commerce
  • Master of Commerce (Information Systems)
  • Master of International Business
  • Master of International Management
  • Master of International Tourism Management

Master of Commerce (Hospitality Management)Engineering, Construction & Design :

  • Master of Engineering

Food Sciences :

  • Master of Applied Science (Food Science & Technology)Health Sciences and Nursing
  • Master of Nursing
  • Master of Midwifer

Information Technology and Computing :

  • Master of Computing (Networking)
  • Master of Computing (Software Engineering)
  • Master of Information Technology
  • Master of Computing (Information Systems Management)

Sport Studies :

  • Master of Facility Management

Teaching/Education :

  • Master of EducationTourism & Hospitality
  • Master of International Hotel Management
  • Master of International Tourism Management
  • Master of Commerce (Hospitality Management

Admission Requirements

  • Graduation
  • IELTS of 6.0 (or recognised equivalents).

Course Duration

  • 1 – 2 years
  • Commencing February, July and November.

Course fee

  • $AUD 12,000 p.a. to 16,000 p.a.

This guide is intended as a general guide only and the information it contains may change. Check that the information is correct by calling the office of Charms Education and Immigration Services.

Institutes In Australia

 

DIRECT

S.NoCollege NameCAMPUS
1University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)Sunshine Coast
2ATMC @ CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITYMelbourne
3ATMC @ FEDERATION UNIVERSITY AUSTRALIAMelbourne & Sydney
4ATMC @ UNIVERSITY OF THE SUNSHINE COASTMelbourne & Sydney
5Cambridge International CollegeMelbourne
6Gold Coast International CollegeGold Coast
7Milcom Communications Pty Ltd.Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane
8Oceania Polytechnic Institute of EducationMelbourne
9Perth College of Beauty TherapyPerth
10St. Peter InstituteMelbourne
11Stott’s CollegeMelbourne
12Unity School of EducationGold Coast
13Western Institute of TechnologyMelbourne
14Yes CollegeParramata

 

THROUGH NAVITAS GROUP

S.NoCollege NameCAMPUS
1Australian College of Applied PshychologySydney, Brisbane and Melbourne
2Curtin College @ Curtin UniversityPerth
3Eynesbury (Under SVP)Adelaide
4La Trobe Melbourne @ La Trobe UniversityMelbourne
5La Trobe University, SydneySydney
6Deakin College @ Deakin University(Victoria : Burwood and Geelong
7Newcastle International College @ University of Newcastle(Newcastle- Sydney )
8Edith Cowan College @ ECU(Perth: Mount Lawley and Joondalup)
9Griffith College @ GUBrisbane
10South Australian Institute of Business & Technology (SAIBT) @ UNISAAdelaide
11Western Sydney University Sydney City CampusSydney
12SIBT @ Western Sydney UniversitySydney
13UC College @ Universitu of CanberraCanberra
14Western Sydney University International CollegeSydney

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