Quick Facts

About Australia

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Smallest continent of the world

Sixth largest country in terms of land area. A country with a population of 23 million

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Divided into

6 states and 2 territories

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Capital city

Canberra

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Other major cities

Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin

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Language

English.
There are 200 other languages spoken

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Climate

Summer in Australia is from December to February and Autumn is from March to May. Winter is from June to August and Spring is from September till November.

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Climate

Low unemployment and high wage rates

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Diverse Community

Nationals from over 140 countries reside in Australia, predominantly European descent- truly multicultural

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Career Opportunity

Immigration is an important feature of Australian society. Since 1945, over six million people from 200 countries have come to Australia as new settlers.

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Major Sector in Economy

The Australian economy is dominated by its service sector, representing 68% of Australian GDP.

Major Australia Universities

TEQSA is the national regulatory and quality agency for higher education. Students’ rights are protected by law under ESOS act.

There are 43 universities in Australia
40 Australian Universities
02 International universities
01 Private specialty university

Why study in Australia?

  • A diverse and welcoming country- Out of 23 million Australians, nearly 47% are born outside the country or have one parent born overseas.
  • Economically stable- Australia has experienced more than 20 years of continued economic growth
  • Australia has been ranked as fourth happiest country in the world, behind only Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
  • Third most popular international student destination in the world
  • 8 out of top 100 universities are Australian
  • Out of the 30 best student cities, 5 cities are in Australia
  • 8th in the world in terms of University ranking, ahead of the UK, Germany, Japan and Netherlands
  • Over $200 million annual Government investment on International scholarships
  • Australian discoveries and innovations includes – penicillin, IVF, ultrasound, Wi-Fi, the Bionic Ear, cervical cancer vaccine and Black Box Flight Recorders

Only Eligible Education Providers and Education Business Partners can recruit students under SSVF. The list includes 42 National universities and associated Non-University Higher Education Providers

Major Industries

Mining, Industrial and Transportation Equipment, Food Processing, Health care & Medical, Chemicals, Design & Architecture, Energy & Oil, Logistics, Building Trades, Media & Advertisements, Information & Communication Technology, Tourism and Steel form major industries in Australia

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Universities

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General Admission Requirements

Minimum 60% marks in the last passed examination

IELTS- Bands 6.0 for Bachelor’s and Bands 6.5 Bands for Master’s Degree

Certain universities and courses may have certain specific IELTS requirement

ELICOS is available for the candidates who have scored less in IELTS

Profiles with GAP years and/or backlogs may
require additional assessment

Post study opportunities

Student successfully completing at least two academic years in Australia towards, gaining a qualification /award is eligible for Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485). This visa has two streams:

  • Graduate work (18 months) for diploma, degree or trade qualification meeting Australia study requirements and nominating a qualification on OSL
  • Post-study work (up to 4 years- in certain regional areas) for those completing an Australian higher education qualification (Bachelors or masters) irrespective of the field of study

Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) – Defined

The genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) is an integrity measure to ensure that the Student visa Programme is used as intended and not used by international students as a way of acquiring permanent residency in Australia.
Following factors considered by Universities & Govt. to assess GTE significance;

  • The applicant’s circumstances in India-academic & employment
  • The applicant’s potential circumstances in Australia-
    course of study & university
  • Language ability
  • Immigrant history
  • Financial capacity

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Why Careerline for Australia?

  • More than 21 years of counselling and recruitment of students to top institutions across the globe
  • Unbiased university and course selection from more than 40+ Australian Universities
  • Education Loan assistance
  • Expert Visa Counselling & Interview preparation
  • In-house IELTS / TOEFL, GRE and SAT Coaching
  • Support in Australia: Airport pickup, accommodation etc.
  • Hundreds of success stories!
  • Regular counselling visits of top-ranked colleges and Universities

Estimated Visa Application Cost (Subject to Change*)

Main Applicant Adult Dependent
AU$ 628 AU$ 460

Approx Tuition Fees

Post Graduate Under Graduate
25,000 to 40,000 AU$ 25,000 to 36,000 AU$

Students can work 40 Hrs a fortnight and adult dependents can work full time; provided the student is enrolled in Masters by coursework.

Simplified Student Visa Framework – Financial & Other requirements:

  • Fulfill Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirement
  • Sufficient finances to support yourself and/or your family during your stay in Australia.
  • Receive Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE)
  • Fulfil health and character requirements
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

Acceptable Financial Evidence

  • Education loan
  • Bank Saving Accounts
  • Fixed Deposits (No Lien Certificate)
  • PF/PPF/GPF/CPF– (Withdrawable amount) (Held with Nationalized banks and 3 months old)

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