About Australia

ABOUT Australia

A peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, together with the cosmopolitan charisma of cities like Sydney and Melbourne, Australia could be the ideal destination for you. Strong educational infrastructure, a high quality of life, relatively lower expenses and easy visa chances have made Australia, a preferred destination for courses in the recent times. Though facing a heavy competition, Australian education is gaining increased acceptance in the global arena. In the past 10 years, more than 14 Lakh students from overseas have studied in Australia which is a proof of the growing craze for Australia Of these, around 27,000 were Indian students, studying mainly in the fields of post-graduate studies. Students from all over the world come to Australia to take advantage of its world-class higher education

, its progressive vocational education and training, its excellent schools and its world leadership in English language courses for international students. These students enjoy not only our high quality courses of study, but also our specialist support services and our safe and welcoming society.
The internationalization of Australian education and training has been occurring at a rapid rate. Linkages between Australian and overseas schools, universities and colleges, and linkages and exchange between individual students and staff have blossomed. The Australian Department of Education, Science & Training is represented in India at the Australian High Commission in New Delhi .

Fun Facts Australia

Life in Australia :

One will experience a different culture and life style from what he has been used to. If you don't get good information and awareness about the country, you may undergo a "Culture Shock" of the "blues of new place". It is important to observe the habits, reactions and customs of people. Learn as much as you can, get info-rich but never ever change your traditional values and your real self.

1. Australia is one of the most multi-cultural societies in the world. Over 20% of Australian citizens were born overseas and they are drawn from over 200 different nations. Around 20% of Australians speak a language other than English in their home.
2.Although it is predominantly a Christian society, all forms of religion are represented in Australia and they are freely practised.
3. Australians are generally friendly, direct and informal in their dealings with each other. Australian's believe in equality and a "fair go". People who work in non-professional or "blue collar" jobs such as cleaners, bus driver etc receive the same respect as those who work in professional jobs. Also it is illegal to discriminate against others on grounds of race, gender, religion etc.
4. Punctuality is important, therefore if you are running late, you should always inform whom you are meeting.
5.People in Australia form queues to buy food, wait for service from a bank teller, to board a bus or train and it is impolite to push ahead of someone already in the queue.
6. People often use the first name, even with respected elders.

There is a lot more you will learn about Australian people but be positive, be flexible and try to adapt. Listen, observe and ask whenever you are in doubt.

The method of study in Australia may be very different to what you have experienced so far. Therefore it is important to give yourself a head start. Keep up to date with Australian news and current affairs and become familiar with Australia's education system and learning culture. When you arrive, practice listening to the Australian accent - it is different but you will soon understand the local terms and way of speaking.

In Australia, students are expected to conduct independent research, collect and analyze data by themselves or in-groups, to raise questions, to participate in discussions and debates with other students and teachers. Rote learning does not exist and students take an active part in the learning process. Students spend a great deal of time in libraries and laboratories conducting their own research. To be a successful student you will need to adapt to these new methods of learning and assessment. Students are assessed continuously through essays, presentations, tests, assignments etc. One thing that may surprise you is the amount of access that you will be able to obtain with your tutors and lecturers. If you are having an academic problem, discuss it with them - don't let it develop from a minor issue into a major problem for you.

Study In Australia

  • Australia is known for its stunning landscapes.

  • Australia has one of the lowest crime rates in the World.

  • It has a vibrant heritage, is rich in the arts and is known for its sporting achievements.

  • Australian Government provides help with medical expenses through a scheme called Medicare.

  • Schooling is compulsory for children until 15 years of age in most states and territories.

  • Multicultural Australia is a safe, friendly, sophisticated and harmonious society & offers excellent value for money and a high standard of living.


Australia boasts of a very fine and high level of education and no wonder it is a favorite amongst international students. It has an impressive list of World class colleges & Universities approx. 42 Universities, situated in some of the most scenic places.

Some Salient Features

  • Quality of education is high. Australian degrees are internationally accepted. Australian Universities, vocational education and training colleges and schools are World-class.

  • The Australian Government closely monitors higher education standards. All Universities and TAFE institutes receive substantial funding from the Government.

  • TAFE (Technical and Further Education) institutes are unique in offering vocational training tailored to the job market for high school graduates.

  • Indian 3-year degree is acceptable directly for Masters programs.

  • No GRE/ GMAT/ SAT required.

  • Flexible visa regulations and immigration laws in favour of international students

  • Flexible and favourable opportunities for migration after studies.

Geography & Climate

Australia is diverse in its geography and climate. Being in the Southern Hemisphere Australia's summer starts in December and winter in June. Nearly one third of Australia is in the tropics where the average temperature is in the mid 20 degrees Celsius. The southern areas are in Temperate Zone.


The official currency of Australia is dollar.
(AUS$). 1 A$ = Rs. 52.86 /- (Approx. as on August. 2023).

Cost of Education & Living

The cost of education in Australia is between AUS$12000-19000 for Undergraduate Courses and between AUS$12000-28000 for Post-Graduate Courses. The cost of living is approximately AUS$10000 - 14000 per year, this covers all the living expenses; including accommodation, food, travel, books, clothes and entertainment.

Major Cities

Canberra, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Victoria, Queensland.

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