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Australia has everything. There are world-class universities here, and a carefree lifestyle with plenty of weather. It's no surprise that every year, students from all over the world rush to Australia to study abroad, and you could be one of them.

The following is a quick list of the biggest benefits of Studying in Australia:

  • With a student visa, you can work

Are you still seeking strategies to reduce the cost of studying in Australia? When it comes to visa limitations, Australia is far from alone. International students will need a student visa to enter the country, but the benefits that come with it set Australia apart: student visa holders are eligible for employment in Australia. Working while studying in Australia can help bring the expense of an already priced experience down.


Students can work up to 40 hours per week in positions that simply require basic skills, such as grocery stores, food, and beverage service, or even varied responsibilities on their university campuses. With a minimum wage of little under 17 dollars per hour in Australia, students can cover a significant portion of their living expenditures such as rent, groceries, utilities, and possibly even some tuition.

  • There isn't any language barrier here

This may seem self-evident, but never underestimate the value of studying abroad in a country where one of the most common languages is spoken, which is English! For an international student, overcoming a language barrier can be a significant obstacle, influencing virtually every part of life, from the classroom to daily tasks such as grocery shopping or reading street signs.


  • Cities with the Most Student-Friendly Environments

Australia offers some of the most student-friendly cities in the world. Several Australian cities are included in the QS Best Student Cities Rankings 2022, which considers desirability, affordability, and student sentiment. Since 2014, Melbourne and Sydney have been among the top cities.

  • Research/Technology Expertise

Universities in Australia have made significant investments in research in practically every discipline of science, health, and technology. The Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) programmer of the Australian government recognizes and encourages research activities at Australia's higher education institutions, and it has chosen several important areas of national strength to focus its research on technology and development. The evaluations are based on a five-point scale, with 'World Standard,' 'Above World Standard,' and 'Well Above World Standard' acting as higher indicators.

Requirements for studying in Australia
There are a number of prerequisites for studying in Australia, which is one of the most popular international educational destinations for Indian and other international students. Australia is noted for its practical, knowledge-based, and well-respected educational system, as well as its focus on world-class infrastructure development. Many international students flock to the country because of its superior living standards, high quality of life, lucrative future employment, research opportunities, and relatively low educational expenditures. 

Australia is a premier educational location for higher education, with degrees earned in the country receiving international respect. Institutions of higher education and VET (Vocational Education and Training) providers may have different eligibility requirements and admission criteria for overseas students.

Eligibility criteria​
It is important to be aware of the prerequisites for studying in Australia. The following are some of the most important prerequisites for studying in Australia:

  1. Applicants for diploma-level courses must achieve a grade point average of at least 60% in their Class 12 exams.

  2. Students who wish to pursue bachelor's degrees must get a grade point average of 65 percent or above on their Class 12 exams.

  3. For admittance into postgraduate programs, all Australian universities recognize the 3-year graduation degree. For example, Indian bachelor's degrees such as B. Sc, B.A., and B. Com are equivalent to a 12-year Australian bachelor's degree.

  4. Qualifications equivalent to Australian Bachelor (Honors) degrees may be required by some universities and programs. For example, bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees (H), bachelor's degrees.

  5. Most Australian universities require a solid fundamental university degree from a major Indian university or college or comparable.

Types of Post-Study Work Permits in Australia

  • Work Stream for Graduates

International students who have completed the Australian Study Requirements and have an applicable qualification, as well as skills relevant to occupations on the Skills Occupation List, are eligible for the Graduate Work Stream (SOL). Students who apply for a Vocational Education and Training qualification at one of the TAFE institutes would be eligible for this. This visa is valid for a period of 18 months.

  • Post Study Work Flow

International students who have completed the Australian Study Requirements and obtained a bachelor's, master's, or doctoral degree from a recognized Australian university are eligible for the Post Study Work Stream. Only students who applied for and were granted a student visa for Australia on or after November 5, 2011, are eligible for this visa. The length of your tenure is determined by the type of degree you hold.

A bachelor's degree, a bachelor's honors degree, or a master's course degree (a degree without a related industrial training) is valid for two years, for example. A master's degree in research qualifies you for a three-year Temporary Visa, whereas a doctor's degree qualifies you for a five-year Temporary Visa.

To get the most out of your study abroad experience, live in or near some of the world's most popular student cities

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