Study In Australia
Australia attracts the third-largest number of International Students behind
the USA and UK.
Australia has sun-kissed beaches, warm weather, and an outdoor lifestyle.
Australia has a highly regarded education system.
There are 43 universities in Australia, and 15 are within the top 250 in QS World University Rankings. The main language is English. Australia is ranked 6th for its Quality of Life Index.
Benefits of studying in Australia
7 out of the top 100 universities are in Australia.
They are known for their academic excellence and research-oriented
The educational services for overseas students act (ESOS Act) governs educational delivery for international students
Study programs available in every field
Earn While you learn
Australia provides all its international students with the opportunity to work up to 20 hours per week during their semesters and full-time during the summer and winter breaks. To work on-campus or as an intern in any company, you would not require any additional work permit as your study permit is enough to help you find a part-time job. To work off-campus without a work permit you must meet the study requirements.
Post-study Work Permit
International students can apply for Post-Study Work Permit (PSWP) after completing their Bachelor’s or Master's Degree, which will be valid for two years.
If the Master's Degree includes a research component, you could extend the PSWP for three years.
PH.D students are eligible for four years of PSWP.
Pathway to PR
International Students can apply for PR under the following conditions:
At least 02 years of study at the postgraduate level in Western Australia.
Evidence of work experience
Demonstrate English Proficiency by completing one of the standard English Proficiency tests
The occupation must be listed in the new Graduate occupation list