Australia has a robust, world class education system with a large range of education options across the Vocational Education and Higher Education sectors. A significant majority of Australian Universities are ranked amongst the Top 400 Universities of the world (Times Higher Education Survey –

The Australian vocational Education System is regarded as one of the best in the world, with a practical approach to education through competency based training and assessment that equip students with the skills to perform effectively in the workplace.

All University programs that are available to international students must comply with the requirements of the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act. This ensures that established standards are met and services are provided to all international students. Furthermore, all education providers are subject to the requirements of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). Further information can be found at These features provide peace of mind to prospective students knowing that they will obtain a high quality, internationally accepted qualification, while being supported through the process.

The recent introduction of the Streamlined Visa Processing (Knight) reforms has placed more responsibility on the University in determining their chosen students with little interference from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)

Furthermore, graduates will have the opportunity to apply for Post Study Work rights entitling them to work full time in Australia for up to two years post completion of their qualification. More details can be found at arrangements.htm. These reforms ensure prospective students will gain international work experience, maximize the value of their education qualification and obtain faster visa approvals.

A key feature of the Australian Education system is the ability of students to “Earn while they learn”Australia is one of the few countries where overseas students are permitted to work up to 40 hours per fortnight during the academic year and full-time during vacations. Masters students and their dependant spouse have unlimited work rights for the duration of the course.


Country – Australia
Capital – Canberra
Language – English/Native Language
Official Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD)
Climate – Generally Arid to Semi Arid; temperate in South & East tropical in North
Time Difference
Canberra, Sydney & Melbourne : (+10 hrs UT/GMT) 4hrs 30 min ahead of India but has 1 hour extra Daylight Savings Time during summer
Brisbane : (+10 hrs UT/GMT) 4hrs 30 min ahead of India but does not have Daylight Savings Time during summer
Adelaide & Darwin : (+9.30 hrs UT/GMT) 4 hrs 00 min ahead of India but has 1 hour extra Daylight Savings Time during summer
Perth : (+8hrs UT/GMT) 2 hrs 30 min ahead of India but has 1 hour extra Daylight savings Time during summer Australia is a constitutional democracy based on the values of equality, fairness, non discrimination and justice, which is underpinned by a robust parliamentary system. These values define the Australian culture and are the basis for the Australian term “mateship” or “mate” which means Camaraderie. Or friendship.

Australia is a multi-cultural nation that has built a rich fabric of communities living in harmony. Some 47% of the population were born in a different country and this contributes to a high quality of life that is unrivalled by many other developed nations. For example, Melbourne, a large city in the south of Australia, has been voted the “world’s most livable city” four years in a row by The Economist. It is often said that you can visit any part of the world without ever leaving Melbourne. Australia has rich deposits of natural resources that have created a consistently strong economy. It is a key trading partner with most countries throughout the world. The resources from beneath the ground, as well as above including the World heritage listed tourist areas of the Daintree rainforest, the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru, have ensured continued economic growth for the past 20 years. As a result, Australian incomes are amongst the highest of all developed nations as a percentage of GDP and remain one of the few countries to have withstood the global economic meltdown.

A key benefit of living in Australia is the emphasis on a healthy lifestyle and the preservation of environmental assets such as parks, gardens and coastline. These are seen as instrumental in contributing towards safe and peaceful living conditions and creating harmonious societies. Also, the government provides a large array of safeguards for its people including well developed infrastructure, a high value for the rule of law and protection for the disadvantaged such as medical treatment, accommodation and social security. These safeguards ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity and a level playing field to make their mark in Australia.

Australia takes great pride in a high quality education system that is among the top five of the world, yet maintains a population that is a small fraction of other developed nations. The education system ensures a high quality of infrastructure, teaching faculty, course curriculum, and extracurricular facilities at a uniformly high standard across all educational bodies. Of the 41 Universities in Australia, 37 are operated by the government, but all are required to meet exceptionally high standards of academic excellence. The Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector includes 59 TAFE or government colleges throughout Australia, but is also complimented by large array of high quality private sector institutions.

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