- Australian institutions educate over 400,000 international students per year.
- Australian universities have high quality courses and exciting Research & Development Programs.
- Majority of Australian Universities are ranked amongst top 100 universities as per QS World ranking of Universities.
- Education standards are high and the academic environment is stimulating.
- Australia provides a multicultural environment.
BENEFITS OF STUDY ABROAD
- hands-on experience in professional areas.
- Enhances language skills rapidly.
- Acquire key perspectives on critical global issues.
- New knowledge & expertise.
- Technologically up-to-date education facilities.
- Improve your job prospects.
- Global exposure.
- Experience the Multi-cultural ambience.
- Australia also offers excellent value for money and a standard of living that is among the highest in the world.
STUDY OPTIONS & IELTS REQUIREMENT
- Diploma leading to degree – 6 Bands
- Bachelor degree – 6/6.5 bands
- Master degree – 6/6.5 bands
- Some Universities require 7 bands in IELTS
- ex- The university of Sydney
- DIplOMA- $12000 TO $16000/ YEAR
- BACHELOR- $ 17000 TO $30,000/ YEAR
- MASTER - $ 17000 TO $ 30,000/ YEAR
Courses available after GNM/BSC
- Health Science
- Public Health
- Exercise & Sport Science
- Optometry/ Vision Science
- Community Health
- Emergency Health
- Nutrition & Dietetics
- Health Information Management
- Health Promotion
- Environmental Health
- Occupational Health & Safety Science
- Chemical Laboratory Technician
- Food & Nutrition Management
- Office Administration- Medical
Universities offer Medical programs
- University of Melbourne – Melbourne
- La Trobe – Melbourne
- Deakin university – Melbourne
- Monash university – Melbourne
- University of new south Wales – Sydney
- University of western Sydney – Sydney
- University of Sydney – Sydney
- Edith Cowan university – Perth
- Curtin university - Perth
- University of Queensland – Queensland
- Griffith university – Queensland
- James cook university - Queensland
- University of Adelaide – Adelaide
- Bond university - Queensland
- Macquarie university - Sydney
PART TIME WORK RIGHTS
- CAN WORK UPTO 40 HOURS/ FORTNIGHT
- SPOUSEIN CASE OF DIPLOMA/ BACHELORS- 40 HOURS/ FORTNIGHT
- IN CASE OF MASTER DEGREE- FULL TIME.
- NOTE – Marriage Should be at least 1 year old
- POST STUDY WORK RIGHTS
- AFTER BACHELOR DEGREE- 2 YEARS WORK PERMIT
- MASTERS BY COURSE WORK- 2 YEARS WORK PERMIT
- AFTER MASTERS BY RESEARCH- 3 YEARS WORK PERMIT
- AFTER PH.D- 4 YEARS WORK PERMIT
- PER HOUR WAGE RATE IS APPROX = $30 – 50
- Living expenses:
- student- $19830
- partner- $6940
- 1st child- $2970
- student- $2000
- partner- $2000
- child- $1000
student: course fee for one year
New Zealand, about 1,250 mi (2,012 km) southeast of Australia, consists of two main islands and a number of smaller outlying islands so scattered they range from the tropical to the Antarctic. The country is the size of Colorado. Capital: Wellington
Largest Cities: Auckland, 369,000 (metro area)
359,000 (city proper); Christchurch, 334,100.
The highest mountain peak standing at 3,754m
(12,319 ft) is Aoraki/Mt. Cook.; longest river is
the Waikato River at 425km.
General Visa Requirements for studying in New Zealand
- International students planning to study in New Zealand for more than 3 months need a student visa
- Immigration New Zealand (INZ) issues visas - offices worldwide
- Students must first be enrolled in an approved course at a registered education provider that has been accredited to offer that course ( university, polytechnic,PTIs)
- The education provider must be a signatory to the Ministry of Education’s Code of Practice with courses approved by NZQA( NEW ZEALAND QUALIFICATION AUTHORITY)
- One year open work permit after the completion of studies to search job relevant to their field of education.
- Students require to pay for living expense equal NZ$15,000 for each year of study under FTS.
- DIPLOMA- NZ $15000 TO $16000/ YEAR
- BACHELOR- NZ $ 17000 TO $30,000/ YEAR
- MASTER - NZ $ 19000 TO $ 24000/ YEAR
- LIVING EXPENSE – NZ $15000
- Students can work part time while studying full time:
- for up to 20 hours a week during academic year if the student is full-time in 1 of these situations:
- at a PTE or tertiary institution, for 2+ year course
- completing a New Zealand qualification that obtains points under Skilled Migrant Category
- FULL TIME DURING VACATIONS
- Funds Should be 6 months old
- i.e. – Savings, FD’s, PPf, Gpf,
- Education loan on Level – 8 programs