Over 600,000 international students representing 194 nationalities chose to study in Australia in 2017. Recent surveys conducted by Studies in Australia indicate four main reasons why international students choose to study in Australia:
Each institution will have its own minimum English language and academic requirements. We suggest you contact the institution you’re interested in directly to learn more about their specific requirements. You can do so using the course search on our website. Once you find the course you’re interested in, click ‘Enquire now’ and this will put you in direct contact with the institution.
Tuition fees will vary depending on the course and institution. Please use the course search option on our website to get in direct contact with institutions in Australia. Once you find the course you’re interested in, click the ‘Enquire now’ button on the page, which will put you in contact with the course provider.
The student visas section on our website will help you understand the requirements needed to gain a student visa. It also identifies the costs associated with applying. In most cases, you can apply for a student visa using either a letter of offer or a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from your institution. The application process can be completed online, by post or at a designated Australian visa office.
For further information regarding student visas, please visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
There are five different tests accepted for Australian student visa applications:
For further information about English language requirements, visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
Yes, you can work while you’re studying in Australia. International students are permitted to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during study periods and unlimited hours during study breaks. There are no work restrictions for students completing a masters by research or doctoral degree. For more information about student visas and working rights, please visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
Yes, you can — although there are strict conditions and steps set by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection that you will need to meet and follow. We outline the steps to follow when changing your course or institution as an international student below:
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