• Mon - Sat : 10:00 AM to 07:00 PM


Popular Cities

Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin


English. Apart from English, there are 200 other languages spoken


In Australia, December to February is considered summer, while March to May marks the autumn season. Winter spans from June to August, and spring arrives from September to November.


AUS Dollar (1 AUD = 53.00 INR approx. as of September 2023)


Smallest continent of the world – Sixth largest country in terms of land area. A country with a population of 23 million

Divided Into

6 states and 2 territories

Diverse Community

Australia is home to people from more than 140 nations, with a predominantly European descent, making it a truly multicultural nation.

Why study in Australia?


  • Australia is a diverse and hospitable nation, with nearly 47% of its 23 million residents either born outside the country or having one parent born overseas.
  • Economically, Australia boasts over two decades of uninterrupted growth.
  • Australia ranks as the fourth happiest country globally, trailing only behind Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
  • It is the third most popular destination for international students worldwide.
  • Among the top 100 universities globally, eight are located in Australia.
  • Australia boasts five cities among the top 30 best student cities in the world.
  • In terms of university rankings, it stands at the 8th position globally, surpassing the UK, Germany, Japan, and the Netherlands.
  • The Australian government invests over $200 million annually in international scholarships.
  • Australian contributions to global innovation include discoveries such as penicillin, IVF, ultrasound, Wi-Fi, the Bionic Ear, a cervical cancer vaccine, and Black Box Flight Recorders.


Basic admission requirements


  • A minimum of 60% marks in the most recent examination is required.
  • For Bachelor’s degrees, an IELTS score of 6.0 Bands is needed, while Master’s degrees require a score of 6.5 Bands.
  • Please note that some universities and programs may have specific IELTS score requirements.
  • ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) is an option for candidates who have scored below the required IELTS threshold.


Opportunities after studies

  • Students who have completed a minimum of two academic years in Australia, working toward obtaining a qualification or award, are eligible for the Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485). This visa offers two streams:
  • Graduate Work stream (valid for 18 months) for individuals with diplomas, degrees, or trade qualifications that meet Australia’s study requirements and who nominate a qualification listed on the Occupation Skill List (OSL).
  • Post-Study Work stream (extendable up to 4 years, particularly in certain regional areas) for those who have successfully completed a higher education qualification (Bachelor’s or Master’s) in Australia, regardless of their field of study.

Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)


The Genuine Temporary Entrant requirement (GTE) is a measure aimed at upholding the integrity of the Student Visa Programme, ensuring that it is utilized for its intended purpose and not as a means for international students to seek permanent residency in Australia.

Both universities and the government take into account various factors to assess the significance of GTE, including:

  • The applicant’s situation in India, encompassing their academic and employment history.
  • The applicant’s anticipated circumstances in Australia, including their chosen course of study and university.
  • Language proficiency.
  • Immigration history.
  • Financial capacity.

Approximate Annual Expenses for Education

Main Applicant
AU$ 628
Adult Dependent
AU$ 460
Approx. Tuition Fees
Post Graduate
AU$ 25,000 to 40,000
Under Graduate
AU$ 25,000 to 36,000

Students can work 40 Hrs a fortnight and adult dependents can work full time; provided the student is enrolled in Masters by coursework.


Under the Simplified Student Visa Framework, you need to meet financial and other criteria, which include satisfying the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement.”


  • You must demonstrate that you have ample financial resources to sustain yourself and possibly your family throughout your stay in Australia.
  • Obtain an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE).
  • Comply with health and character prerequisites.
  • Ensure you have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)


 Types of Financial Proof Accepted

  • Documentation for an Educational Loan
  • Bank Savings Account Verification
  • Fixed Deposits (with No Lien Certificate)
  • Provident Fund (PF), Public Provident Fund (PPF), General Provident Fund (GPF), Central Provident Fund (CPF) – Withdrawable Amount (Held with Nationalized Banks and at least 3 months old)

Get in touch with one of our Experts

Thank You!

Open Chat
Connect with us
How may i help you?