Study, Work, Live in Australia

A vibrant and friendly country, Australia offers quality education and an exciting lifestyle. If you look for an irresistible combination of outstanding academics and a life with liveliness and endless opportunities for career growth Australia is the place to be. One of the top three destinations for international students, Australia has seen a surge of education opportunities. It has a diverse culture and friendly locals in addition to a wide array for career chances. In the southern hemisphere, Australia has a varied type of weather condition. It is famous for the tourist destinations like the Sydney Opera House and the Great Barrier Reef and is also the home of Kangaroos. In spite of being the sixth largest country by land mass it is sparsely populated than the other five predecessors. It has the great outback which is the area that is not conducive to population and civilization. However, Australia has been seen to be one of the faster growing countries for education exploration

  • Official Name : Commonwealth of Australia
  • Population- 22.68 million
  • Connect with career opportunities with leading global companies located in Ireland.
  • You may reach your destination by bus, train, and taxi easily.
  • GDP-$1.521 trillion
  • Sydney – the largest city in Australia
  • Capital of Australia – Canberra
  • No of Universities- 43
  • Australian Currency-Australian Dollar AU$ 1 Australian Dollar =0.67 US Dollar

Why Study in Australia?

  • Globally recognized qualifications
  • A great place to study and work
  • Research focused & technology driven education
  • Attractive scholarships and bursaries
  • Strong economy
  • One of the highest standards of living in the world
  • Affordable education compared to UK, USA
  • Extremely friendly and Cooperative people

Education System


 Offering Graduate, Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters and PhD.

Vocational Institutions:

Both government and privately funded closely linked with various industries offering highly practical and skill-based courses.


Both government and privately funded


Diploma & Advanced Diploma:

  • AU$10,000 to 14,000/-

Bachelor’s Degree:

  • AU$: 15,000 to 19,000 per year

Graduate Diplomas & Masters:

  • AU$15,000/- to AU$23,000/-

Fees given are of informative nature, may vary from university to university


February, July & November


Part-time work right – 40 hours per fortnight when the courses are in session and full-time work rights for a spouse for Masters, Ph.D. and post-doctoral programs

Bachelors 2 years stay back

Masters by course work 2 years can be extended by 2 years

Masters by research (3 years) up to 3 years & Ph.D. students – up to 4 years


  • TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
  • IELTS: International English Language Testing System
  • PTE: Pearson Test of English (Academic)


  • Australian National University (ANU)
  • University of Sydney
  •  University of Melbourne
  • University of New South Wales (UNSW)
  • University of Queensland (UQ)
  • Monash University
  • University of Western Australia (UWA)
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
  • University of Wollongong