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Why study in Australia?

After the USA (211,703 Indian Students), and Canada (124,000 Indian Students) being the most favoured destinations, the share of Indian students going to Australia (87,115 Indian students) has increased in the recent past. It is the third most favourable destination for Indians students for their study abroad dream.

  • According to World Education News, 1.5 times growth, from 23,849 to 35,380 Indian Students was reported in a decade.

  • According to the findings of the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, the overall share of Indians studying in Australia is enhanced to 15% in 2016 in comparison to 7% in 2000.

The major pull factors in favour of Australia are as follows:

  • The diverse, multicultural lifestyle of Australia
    • There are more than 200 languages and dialects been spoken in Australia
    • 4 out of 10 Australian are migrants
    • Australia’s 47% of the total population was born outside the country
  • The duration of courses offered are shorter than those in other countries

    • Traditional Academic master’s programs taught by coursework are generally around 18 months long

  • Reasonably lower study costs ranging from around $AUD 15,000 - $AUD 33,000 for undergrad and $AUD 20,000 - $AUD 37,000 for postgrad programs annually.

    • Getting an undergraduate degree from Australia will cost you AUD 30,840 (US$ 22,170), (Rs 14 Lakh)  per year in 2018

  • Globally recognized courses and education

    • Around 7 Australian Universities are ranked among top 100 universities of the world (QS world rankings)

    • 15 Australian Scientists have been awarded a Nobel prize for their contributions in the various fields

  • Availability of grants via varied scholarships

  • Opportunities for part-time work (40 hrs per week)

    • Students planning to study in Australia under Visa Subclass 500, are eligible to work for up to 40 hours in a fortnight (14 days commencing on any Monday and ending on the second following Sunday)

    • While when the course is in session and for unlimited hours (During breaks, when the course is not in session). The only condition is that the student cannot start working until the course commences.

  • Favourable visa, immigration, and work policies

    • Visa red-tapism in Australia is on the lower end when compared to the US and UK.

    • Visa process in the UK and the US is costlier and lengthier than Australia

  • The quality of life in five Australian cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, and Adelaide makes them one of the most livable places in the world.

If you need any help with the application process or financial assistance, feel free to contact us careertalks@9careercafe.com

 



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