• Why Choose AUSTRALIA?
  • Education Scenario
  • Application Procedure
  • Entry + Eligibility Requirements
  • FAQ's

Destination of Choice:

Australia seems to be a choice of many students due to the following:

  • Indian 12+3 is acceptable for a master’s degree.
  • Duration for the master’s courses vary between 1, 1.5 to 2 yrs.
  • Competitive costs for tuitions and living in comparison to other developed countries, like USA, UK etc.
  • Australian education is recognized world wide
  • High Standard of education in international terms, good research facilities available with state of the art equipment.
  • Visa process is straightforward and fair.
  • Currently over 50,000 Indian Students in Australia.
  • Australian universities are members of an International Academic community and academic staff are frequently recruited on an international basis.
  • Australian academics and graduates are keenly recruited into institutions overseas, indicating a measure of Quality Education.

There are 41 universities ranging in size from around 3,000 students to 50,000 students – 39 of these are government run. Australian universities offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs in traditional and modern subject areas such as innovative courses in IT, electronic business and science. Australian academics have won prestigious awards, including several Nobel Prizes, and are involved in ground-breaking research

Types of degrees

  • Undergraduate Studies :
    • Bachelor programmes may vary from 3 to 4 years. They are available across all faculties of Arts Commerce, Science, IT
  • Postgraduate Studies
    • Australia offers a wide variety of choices for post graduate studies .The individual universities offer different strengths and capabilities, providing a diverse base for research for students. Australian Universities pride themselves on a strong research base and state of the art equipment to their Universities.

Intakes: Australia generally has two intakes i.e. February and July, with few Universities offering multiple intakes in September & November. It is suggested that you should start making applications ideally 7-8 months prior to the intake. A University generally takes around 4-6 weeks to process the applications.


Documents needed

  • Resume
  • Statement of purpose
  • Mark sheets and passing certificates from 10th onwards
  • Two reference letters from colleges / employers
  • Passport copy or birth certificate
  • IELTS score sheet
    • Undergraduate – Bachelors
      • A good academic record in High School Certificate or 12 years of schooling.
      • Some courses such as Computing and Engineering will require Mathematics and /or Science as pre-requisites
      • A 6.0 band in IELTS


  • Postgraduate – Masters
    • A good academic record in Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university is necessarySome universities may even accept student at 55% and above in the 1st degree GMAT scores ranging between 600-700 by many Universities for Management Programs if required.
    • Any work experience in the field will be helpful For MBA programs at some Universities students need to have work experience along with their Bachelors Degree
    • A 6.5 band in IELTS
    • Are Australian Degrees recognized worldwide? Why is GMAT and GRE not asked for by all Australian Universities?Australian Universities are recognized worldwide. The reason why Australian Universities do not insist upon students going for a GMAT or GRE etc. is because these exams are for American Universities so students have to give these tests to be judged by American Standards. Australia and India recognize each other’s degrees, however it may be asked by some Universities to assess the overall ability of the student.


  • How long does Visa application procedure require?The average time taken by the Australian High Commission for the visa procedure is anywhere between 8 to 12 weeks depending on the individuals background, so the students need to apply for their visas atleast 3 months prior to their course commencement.


  • How do you know which University is the best in Australia?One cannot rate universities in Australia as there are numerous universities and all are regulated under the Vice Chancellors Committee, which follow the code of ethics. Students generally follow the market trends like MBAs or BBA, MIT etc., but it would be unfair to judge universities as one can only compare the course structure and faculty.


  • Can I find a Job placement after my course completion?With effect from 1st September, 2007 all students who have completed 2 years of study in Australia can get a Skilled Graduate Visa, whereby they can work for upto 18 months.


  • How do I know if I am eligible for the Permanent Residency (PR)?Currently a student needs to cover up to 120 points to become eligible for the PR, The points can be obtained by a combination of the following course, age, English language proficiency, duration of the study in Australia, studying in a regional area, working part time. For further details and to test your points, visit the following website: www.immi.gov.au


  • What salary can I expect when I start working in Australia?The average starting salary that you can earn is between a$ 2500 to a$ 4000 per month.


  • My education has been in English. Do I still need to sit for IELTS?IELTS is a mandatory visa requirement.


  • What are the visa possibilities for my spouse/ dependent?Spouse / dependent of a Student – Visa holder in Australia gets a Dependent Visa and a valid work permit for the same duration as the primary applicant. This is applicable for Master’s degree applications.


  1. Education Access Australia
  2. Imperial College Australia
  3. ATMC
  4. Information Centre of Management studies
  5. Australian Academy Of Management and Science
  6. International College of management
  7. Australian Institute of Business and Technology ( AIBT )
  8. Griffin College
  9. Asia Pacific International College
  10. Univesrity of Tasmania
  11. Victoria Univesrity melbourne
  12. Victoria Univesrity Sydney
  13. Tafe brisbane
  14. Tafe queensland
  15. Univesrity of canberra
  16. Australian National University
  17. University of Canberra
  18. Australian Catholic University
  19. Charles Sturt University
  20. Southern Cross University
  21. University of New South Wales
  22. University of Newcastle
  23. University of Sydney
  24. University of Technology, Sydney
  25. University of Western Sydney
  26. University of Wollongong
  27. Macquarie University
  28. Bond University
  29. CQ University
  30. Griffith University
  31. James Cook University
  32. Queensland University of Technology
  33. University of Queensland
  34. University of Southern Queensland
  35. Carnegie Mellon University
  36. Flinders University
  37. University College London
  38. University of Adelaide
  39. University of South Australia
  40. University of Tasmania
  41. Deakin University
  42. La Trobe University
  43. Monash University
  44. RMIT University
  45. Swinburne University of Technology
  46. University of Melbourne
  47. Victoria University
  48. Curtin University
  49. Edith Cowen University
  50. Murdoch University
  51. University of Notre Dame Australia
  52. University of Western Australia
  53. Torrens University Australia





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