Study in Australia
Complete guide to study in Australia – Education System, Colleges, Courses, Eligibility, Work, Cost, Application & Visa Procedure
Studying in Australia from Nepal is a great way to experience the unique Aussie lifestyle while gaining great new skills. Australia has world-class universities, practical vocational colleges, and outstanding English language schools to support international students. If you are interested in studying in Australia – you are in the right place.
Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000 courses to choose from.
In Australia, every course offered in a university has CRICOS Code which is given by the Australian Government reflecting that the education system is fully controlled by the Government in Australia. There is no formal ranking of universities. Thus students from all around the world have long made Australia their education destination.
While overseas study is expensive, Australia is more affordable than most other destinations and offers a high standard of quality education, excellent living conditions, and tolerant multicultural society. Australia’s Higher Education Institutions rank among the world’s best and the quality of education they offer is correspondingly high.
Higher education in Australia provides value for money by offering shorter and more intensive courses, they quickly incorporate the latest innovations in science & technology, modern trends in marketing & management in their diploma/degree programs, hence Australian education is more practical and responsive to the needs of Trade & Industry.
The universities in Australia have an excellent reputation. The best universities in Australia, the so-called Group of Eight, are almost all of them on the list of the Top 100 universities in the world.
The most common choice for international students is to do a Study Abroad-semester where you take separate courses for 1 or 2 semesters. You can choose which subjects you want to focus on in the university’s academic directory. Normally you take 4 courses (24 Australian credits) during one semester.
If you want to study for a full degree in Australia, you can choose between a Bachelor’s Degree in 3 years or a Master’s Degree in 1-2 years.
In Australia, many of the colleges are vocational or more practical. These colleges are usually smaller than the universities. The number of students can vary from a couple of hundred to a couple of thousand.
Some Australian colleges offer 3-year bachelor’s degrees like the universities. The difference is that the degrees are more practical, and the colleges are usually focused on specific subjects such as design, music, or animation. These colleges are a good choice if you are looking for practical education in a creative field.
Other colleges in Australia offer diploma courses which are usually one year long. Usual subjects are business, hospitality, tourism, marketing, and management. These diplomas are usually less expensive, more practical, and less demanding than university studies. The number of students in each class is usually smaller.
Some examples of Australian colleges are IH Business College that offers diploma courses in Business and Project Management, and Academies Australasia who offer diploma courses and bachelor’s degrees in Tourism and Hospitality Management.
If you want to improve your English, studying at a language school is your best option. You have the opportunity to start any Monday and decide the length of your course yourself. Study standard English or exam courses focused on Cambridge Exams or IELTS that are useful when applying to universities or colleges. You can also take a TESOL course if you want to work teaching English as a second language.
Why study in Australia?
What can you study in Australia?
- Visa application form
- Photocopy of passport
- Identification card copies
- Four filled self-adhesive name and address labels
- Passport-sized photo(not older than six months)
- Formal educational documents(photocopy)
- IELTS/PTE certificate
- Criminal record check results
- Proof of funds from a suitable source
- Proof of cash deposits
- Medical reports and x-ray examinations
- Proof that the student has an Overseas Student Health Cover for the total duration of the visa
WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA FROM NEPAL
The following are some of the reasons that seem to attract Nepalese students from Nepal to study in Australia.
- Nepalese 12+3 is acceptable for master’s degree.
- Duration for the master’s courses is between 1, 1.5 to 2 yrs.
- Competitive costs for tuitions and living in comparison to other developed countries. Like USA, UK etc.
- Australian education is recognized worldwide from US to NZ.
- High Standard of education in international terms, good research facilities available with state of the art equipment.
- Visa process is straightforward and fair.
- Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF).
- Currently over 40000 Nepalese Students in Australia.
- Australian universities are members of an International Academic community and academic staff are frequently recruited on an international basis.
- Australian Countries and graduates are keenly recruited into institutions overseas, indicating a measure of Quality Education.
- ESOS Act to protect the interest of overseas students.
- Safe country with pleasant climate and a stable democracy.