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Studying in Australia

Are you considering pursuing your higher education dreams in Australia? Look no further! Eduserve Worldwide, recognized as one of the top visa consultants in Chandigarh, is here to guide you on your path to academic excellence Down Under.

Australia has emerged as a preferred destination for international students, offering world-class education, cultural diversity, and unparalleled opportunities.

Whether you aspire to earn a bachelor’s degree, pursue a master’s program, or embark on a doctoral journey, studying in Australia can open doors to a brighter future.

Eduserve Worldwide is your trusted partner in this exciting educational journey. We understand that navigating the complex process of studying abroad can be overwhelming, and that’s where our expertise comes into play.

Our dedicated team of professionals is committed to assisting Indian students like you in making informed decisions about your academic and career aspirations.

In partnership with Eduserve Worldwide, you’ll gain access to a wealth of knowledge and resources, ensuring a smooth transition to Australian institutions. From selecting the right course and university to securing your student visa and providing guidance on living in Australia, we’ve got you covered every step of the way.

Ready to begin your Australian adventure? Contact Eduserve Worldwide today, and let’s make your study abroad dreams a reality. Your future awaits!

Student visa types and requirements for Australia:

There are several types of student visas for Australia, each with its specific requirements and intakes. Please note that visa types and requirements may change, so it’s crucial to check the official website of the Department of Home Affairs Australia for the most up-to-date information. Here’s a table outlining the common student visa types and their requirements:

Student Visa TypeDescriptionRequirementsIntakes
Subclass 500 – Higher Education Sector VisaFor full-time students pursuing higher education courses like bachelor’s, master’s, or Ph.D.– Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) from an Australian institution – Proof of sufficient funds for tuition fees, living expenses, and health insurance – English language proficiency (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL) as per course requirements – Meet health and character requirements – Visa application feeMultiple intakes, typically February,March, July, and November
Subclass 590 – Student Guardian VisaFor parents or guardians accompanying an international student under 18 years of age– Evidence of the student’s enrollment in an Australian course – Proof of sufficient funds to support the student’s stay – Health insurance coverage – Meet health and character requirements – Visa application feealigns with the student’s course duration
Subclass 485 – Temporary Graduate VisaFor international graduates who have completed an Australian qualification– Recent completion of an eligible Australian qualification – Meet the Australian study requirement – English language proficiency (if required) – Health and character requirements – Visa application feeContinuous intake throughout the year
Subclass 482 – Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) VisaFor graduates with specific skills and job offers in Australia– Job offer from an approved Australian employer – Relevant qualifications and skills assessment (if required) – English language proficiency (if required) – Health and character requirements – Visa application feeas per employer’s needs
Subclass 457/482 – Training VisaFor individuals participating in workplace-based training programs– Nomination by an approved sponsor for a training program – English language proficiency (if required) – Health and character requirements – Visa application feebased on training program duration

Australian colleges and universities have two major intakes:

  1. Semester 1 (S1): Begins in late February to early March.
  2. Semester 2 (S2): Starts in late July to early August.

These intakes offer flexibility for international students to plan their studies.

Study Visa Process in Australia

1. Course and Institution Selection: Our experienced counselors will help you choose the right course and institution in Australia based on your academic interests and career goals.

Top universities in Australia:

The Australian National University (ANU)Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
The University of SydneySydney, New South Wales
The University of MelbourneMelbourne, Victoria
The University of QueenslandBrisbane, Queensland
The University of New South Wales (UNSW)Sydney, New South Wales
The University of Western AustraliaPerth, Western Australia
The University of AdelaideAdelaide, South Australia
Monash UniversityMelbourne, Victoria
The University of SydneySydney, New South Wales
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS)Sydney, New South Wales

Scholarships to study in Australia

Scholarship ProgramOffered byEligibility CriteriaBenefits
Australia Awards ScholarshipAustralian GovernmentVaries by program and country, typically for postgraduate studyFull tuition, living expenses, health insurance, and more
Endeavour ScholarshipsAustralian GovernmentVaries by program and country, for undergraduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. studyTuition, travel, and establishment allowances
International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS)Australian GovernmentFor international Ph.D. studentsFull tuition and stipend
Destination Australia ScholarshipsAustralian GovernmentFor students studying in regional AustraliaUp to AUD 15,000 per year
Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP)Australian GovernmentFor postgraduate research studentsTuition fees and living stipends
Australia India Education Council ScholarshipsAustralia India Education CouncilFor Indian students to pursue postgraduate studiesVaries by program, including tuition and living expenses
University-Specific ScholarshipsVarious Australian UniversitiesTypically based on academic merit and offered by individual universitiesTuition fee waivers or reductions, living allowances, and more
External ScholarshipsVarious organizationsVarious criteria, including merit, need, and field of studyVaries by scholarship program
**Please note that eligibility criteria, application deadlines, and award amounts can vary widely among these scholarship programs. It’s essential to visit the official websites of these programs or contact the respective institutions for the most up-to-date information and application details. Additionally, consider exploring scholarships offered by specific universities and external organizations that may cater to your academic goals and financial needs.

2. Visa Eligibility Assessment: We conduct a thorough assessment of your eligibility for an Australian student visa, ensuring you meet all necessary requirements.

3. Offer Letter Procurement: Eduserve Worldwide assists you in obtaining your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) or Offer Letter from the chosen institution.

4. Document Guidance: Our team provides comprehensive guidance on collecting and preparing all required documents, including financial statements, passport, and academic transcripts.

5. English Language Proficiency: English language proficiency tests like IELTS or TOEFL are required to ensuring you meet the language requirements.

6. Visa Application Assistance: Our professionals will assist you in completing the online visa application and ensure all details are accurate and complete.

8. Interview Preparation (in some cases) : If an interview is required, we provide interview preparation sessions to boost your confidence.

9. Visa Decision Monitoring: We keep you informed about the progress of your visa application and provide updates on the decision.

Estimated Cost of Living in Australia (Per Month):

ExpenseApproximate Cost (AUD)
Accommodation (Rent)$800 – $1,500
Groceries$200 – $300
Transportation$100 – $150
Utilities (electricity, water, gas)$60 – $100
Internet and Mobile$30 – $50
Entertainment/Leisure$100 – $200
Health Insurance (OSHC)$50 – $80
Miscellaneous$100 – $200
Total$1,440 – $2,380

Cost of Studying in Australia (Annual Tuition Fees):

The cost of tuition varies significantly depending on the university, degree level, and specific program. Here are approximate annual tuition fees for different degrees:

Degree LevelApproximate Annual Tuition Fees (AUD)
Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree)$14,000 – $45,000
Postgraduate (Master’s Degree)$18,000 – $50,000
Doctoral (Ph.D.)$20,000 – $45,000
**Please note that these are rough estimates, and tuition fees can vary widely among universities and courses. Additionally, international students may be eligible for scholarships or financial aid at some institutions, which can help offset the costs.

For specific and up-to-date information on tuition fees and living costs for the degree and university of your choice, it is recommended to visit the official websites of Australian universities and consult with their admissions or international student offices. They can provide accurate and detailed cost information based on your specific circumstances.

FAQs For Australia Study Visa Process

How do I apply for a student visa to study in Australia from India?

You need to apply for a student visa (Subclass 500) through the Australian Department of Home Affairs website or through a registered migration agent.

What are the English language proficiency requirements?

Most Australian universities and institutions accept IELTS, TOEFL, or PTE scores as proof of English proficiency.

Are there scholarships available for Indian students in Australia?

Yes, many Australian universities and the Australian government offer scholarships to international students, including those from India. You can check with your chosen institution for available scholarships.

What is the cost of living in Australia for Indian students?

The cost of living in Australia varies depending on the city and lifestyle. On average, it ranges from AUD 20,000 to AUD 25,000 per year.

What are the popular courses among Indian students in Australia?

Business, engineering, information technology, healthcare, and hospitality are some of the popular choices for Indian students.

What are the post-study work options for Indian students in Australia?

After completing your studies, you can apply for the Post-Study Work Stream of the Temporary Graduate Visa (Subclass 485) to work in Australia for 2 to 4 years, depending on your qualifications.