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The country


IELTS required

  • Population  - 2.5 crores

  • 19 cities

  • 1 ASD = 49 INR

  • Minimum wage is 19.5 $/hr

Key industries
  • Service industry

  • Mining & metals

  • IT

  • Tourism

  • Healthcare

  • 43 Universities

  • 2 International Universities

  • IELTS 6.5

  • 2 year stay back period

  • Minimum 3 years, 65 points for PR

Stay back
  • 2 years for students who graduate

  • 18 months for diploma students

  • 3 years for Masters

  • 4 years for PHD

Australia is a commonwealth nation with a booming economy. It is home to many top tier universities such as Deakin, Monash, Victoria to name a few. The stay back option is convenient for international students to apply for a job and obtain a work visa. The country is rich in Minerals, with mining making 9% of the nations GDP. However, 61% of the GDP is from services sector making it ideal for higher studies in Marketing, Data science and Engineering.  The culture is very outgoing, extroverted and welcoming. Get in touch with us to select a course to launch a career in Australia.


Associate degree

  • Duration - Two years

  • Completed following - Year 12 or equivalent, Certificate III or Certificate IV

  • Details - The Associate Degree is a short-cycle Degree program that can help with career development if you're already working and don't have time to complete a full Bachelor Degree. It can be a pathway to a Bachelor Degree or prepare you for an Advanced Diploma in specialist industry training. An Associate Degree will be about the basics or foundations of your field. It will cover the broad theory and enable you to develop the basic employment-related skills.



Bachelor Degree

  • Duration - Three to five years (depending on program)

  • Completed following - Year 12 or equivalent, Certificate III or Certificate IV

  • Details - A Bachelor Degree is the basic qualification for entry to a field. It will give you a systematic body of knowledge, the underlying principles and the problem-solving techniques you'll need to work in the discipline. With deeper content than an Associate Degree, your Bachelor Degree will develop your skills and knowledge to the point where you can pursue postgraduate studies if you want to.



Bachelor Degree (Honours)

  • Duration - Four years

  • Completed following - Bachelor Degree

  • Details - If you do particularly well in your Bachelor Degree, your institution might grant entry to an additional year of study to enable you to graduate with honours.


Graduate Certificate

  • Duration - 6 months

  • Completed following - Bachelor Degree

  • Details - Your Graduate Certificate will broaden individual skills you already have from an undergraduate program, or develop your knowledge in a new area.



Graduate Diploma

  • Duration - One year

  • Completed following - Bachelor Degree

  • Details - A Graduate Diploma will apply a body of knowledge in a range of contexts for you to undertake professional or highly skilled work and as a pathway for further learning.



Masters Degree (Coursework)

  • Duration - 1 to 2 years

  • Completed following - Bachelor Degree (Honours) or Bachelor Degree

  • Details - A Masters Degree (coursework) involves traditional coursework that will develop your expertise in your field. A Masters Degree takes either one year after a Bachelor Degree with honours, or two years after a Bachelor Degree.



Masters Degree (Research)

  • Duration - Typically 2 years

  • Completed following - Bachelor Degree (Honours) or Bachelor Degree

  • Details - A Masters Degree is a course of independent research that will further your postition as an expert in your chosen field of study.

Doctoral Degree

  • Duration - Typically 3 to 4 years

  • Completed following - Masters Degree

  • Details - The highest award offered by Australian universities, the Doctoral Degree is a research program, although it can have some coursework. The three components of your Doctoral Degree are:


Australian Catholic University

Australian National University

Bond University

Charles Darwin University

Charles Sturt University


Curtin University

Deakin University

Edith Cowan University

Federation University Australia

Flinders University

Griffith University

James Cook University

La Trobe University

Macquarie University

Monash University

Murdoch University

Queensland University of Technology

RMIT University

Southern Cross University

Swinburne University of Technology

University of Adelaide

University of Canberra

University of Melbourne

University of New England

University of New South Wales

University of Newcastle

University of Notre Dame Australia

University of Queensland

University of South Australia

University of Southern Queensland

University of Sydney

University of Tasmania

University of Technology Sydney

University of the Sunshine Coast

University of Western Australia

University of Wollongong

Victoria University

Western Sydney University

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