Australia is a leading global education powerhouse with some of the world’s best facilities and educators, providing local and international students with a range of quality study options. As an international student on a student visa, you must study with an institution and in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). CRICOS registration guarantees that the course and the institution at which you study meet the high standards expected by international students.

Australia Education System

Like many countries, Australia's education system is broadly divided into three broad areas: primary school, secondary school and tertiary education. Each of these areas features both public (government-funded) and private (independently funded) institutions, although the majority of private institutions also receive some government funding. Tertiary education in Australia is different to many other countries in that it is divided into two sectors; Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Higher Education.

All providers of education and training services to overseas students studying in Australia on student visas must comply with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000. The Act protects Australia’s reputation for delivering quality education services and the interests of overseas students by setting minimum standards and providing tuition and financial assurance. Quality assurance of providers is undertaken by TEQSA for higher education providers, ASQA for VET providers and in the schools sector, each state or territory government department responsible for schools.

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Benefits of study in Australia

With a unique landscape and relaxed culture, Australia is a popular destination for travellers, but it is also high on the list for international students. And it’s not just for the lifestyle, Australia contains 7 of the top 100 universities in the world and the government invests around $200,000,000 annually in international scholarships. Beyond the immediate benefits of studying in Australia as an international student, the experience will benefit you for a lifetime, particularly in regards to your future career.

Across all industries, future employer will respect your Australian education and value the skills you developed while living abroad. And they should, since international study build students’ character and confidence broadens students’ perspectives and encourages students’ resourcefulness and flexibility.

Here are some more reasons to consider Australia when choosing to study abroad.

  • Academic Recognition
  • Quality
  • World class research
  • Scholarship options
  • No language Barrier
  • You can work with a student visa
  • Good weather

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Admission & Visa Process

You must have to pass through a number of steps while applying for a study visa in Australia.

A few elements, which made Australia the most preferred destination for international students is the quality of education, the modern qualifications regarding individuals, affordable, English communicating state and in addition to that, Governmental as well as institution assistance for students.

Required Documents for admission

  • All Academic transcripts and degrees
  • Copy of passport/visa (if available)
  • Bank statement (some universities may require at t0he time of admission)
  • Certificate of English proficiency (IELTS/TOEFL)
  • Personal Statement
  • 2 Recommendation letters
  • Experience letter (all previous work experiences)
  • V (it must include all details of work and education)
  • Research proposal (for PhD and Research students only)
  • Portfolio (for Art and Architecture students only)

Visa Process

  • Step 1: Chose your desired course and education provider with the help of ASCOM education counsellors
  • Step 2: Prepare for apply
  • Step 3 : Accept your offer
  • Step 4 : Organize Funds
  • Step 5 : Pay Tuition Fee & OSHC
  • Step 6 : issuance of Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE)
  • Step 7: Visa Lodgment

Once you have complied all the documents required for the visa processing the next step is to send them to the university with an application form mentioning the course you want to apply in. The university will send you an approval notification telling you for if you have been selected to study for the particular course or not. Now is the step for apply for visa on the behalf of the eCOE issued to by the college/ university you had applied in.

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Universities & Colleges

Universities in Australia have a strong reputation worldwide. Indeed, only the US and the UK have more universities in the top 100 of the QS World University Rankings. Australian universities are also known to be strong proponents of internationalization, and are well-prepared to welcome large numbers of international students each year.

Six members of Australia’s Group of Eight (similar to the US Ivy League) make it into the global top 100, and a total of 35 Australian universities are featured in the rankings. Australia also lays claim to the highest number of institutions featured in the QS Top 50 under 50 and Next 50 under 50 – which celebrate the world’s leading young universities.

Study in Australia at an Australian university or college and you will be opening the door to a world of study that will fill your life with knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm. The Australian higher education sector offers a complete range of university courses and programmes leading to highly regarded and internationally recognized qualifications. Australia is the destination of choice for students from around the world looking for a quality education at an affordable price. Click here to find an alphabetical: List of Universities in Australia

Undergraduate & Postgraduate programme

  • Information Technology
  • Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Arts
  • Law
  • Education
  • International Business
  • Business Management
  • Business and Entrepreneurship

Employment Opportunities during and after Studies

After your graduation, you have several options available to you whether you stay in Australia or head home. You may be able to continue your studies in Australia to pursue a higher level qualification or another field of study, you may be eligible to undertake post study work to put your newly gained knowledge to use and gain work experience in Australia, or you may choose to go home to undertake further study or work there.

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How to Apply

Applications for Australian universities are accepted 4-6 months before the class start dates. ASCOM counselors will help you in arranging your admission letter, arranging eCOE from university, interview preparation for admission and visa application.

Whether you plan to pursue a short-term or full degree programme in the Australia, you have to consider the following 'Five Steps to Australia Study'.

Step 1: Research Your Options

ASCOM helps in finding the programme options available and how to identify an institution that best fits your needs.

Step 2: Finance your Studies

You would need to fund your studies and the tuition cost depends on the university you will select.

Step 3: Complete Your Application

ASCOM counsellors will help you in course selection, documents arrangement and providing complete information of requirements to apply for your programme. We arrange your admission letter and acceptance letter from the university.

Step 4: Apply for Your Student Visa

ASCOM expert counsellors will help you making the visa application. Giving updated information on its requirements. You will be prepared for the interview, both for admission and visa, professionally.

Step 5: Prepare for Your Departure

Pre-departure information including gathering documents for arrival and immigration compliance are provided before you depart for your studies.

Academic Year

The University's academic year is divided into two semesters

Semester 1:  September to December

Semester 2: January to 20 May


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