STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA WITH PHOENIX EDUCATION

The Commonwealth of Australia is a sovereign country and continent in the Oceania region. Its neighboring countries are Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, East Timor, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Zealand. Canberra is its capital and Sydney is its largest city. Other major cities are Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. Its currency is the Australian dollar ($) and the official language is English. International students in Australia have always been extremely satisfied with the education offered and pedagogy of coursework. Many Australian cities are termed as student-friendly cities. Australian universities offer a wide range of offline and online, part-time and full-time courses. Phoenix Education advises students to prefer public universities over private ones in order to have a safe environment and an enriched experience in education. Admission to Australian universities requires that students appear in English proficiency tests such as IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE.

PTE (Pearson Test of English)

PTE is an exam to test your proficiency in the English language. It is accepted by many universities worldwide, especially in Australia and New Zealand. If the student has appeared for the PTE exam, chances of his/her successful visa arrival increase manifold.

Format: it is divided into three parts-

  1. Speaking and Writing (approximately 90 minutes)
  2. Reading (approximately 40 minutes)
  3. Listening (45 minutes – 1 hour)

Results: within five business days

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

Designated test centers in India: Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Jalandhar, Kolkata, Ludhiana, Mumbai, Nagpur, Noida, Patiala, Pune, Rajkot, Vadodara and Vijayawada.

Fee: INR 10,255 + GST (18%)

Conducted: throughout the year

Some of the popular courses in Australia available in the English language are:

Bachelor’s program

Engineering

  1. Engineering Science
  2. Engineering (Honors)
  3. Engineering Advanced (Honors)
  4. Applied Science – Maritime Technology Management
  5. Bachelor of Engineering Science (Environmental Engineering Major) (online)
  6. Civil Engineering (Honors)
  7. Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (online) (Agricultural Engineering Major)
  8. Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (online) (Civil Engineering Major)
  9. Agricultural Engineering
  10. Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) (Computer Systems Engineering Major)
  11. Mechatronics Engineering (Honors)
  12. Marine and Offshore Engineering – Co-operative Education with Honors
  13. Civil and Geotechnical Engineering- Dual Major
  14. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Honors)
  15. Chemical Engineering

Medicine

  1. Medicine / Surgery
  2. Medical Research
  3. Medicinal chemistry
  4. Laboratory Medicine
  5. Medicine Bachelor of Surgery
  6. Pharmacy (Honors)
  7. Podiatric Medicine
  8. Biomedical Science (Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  9. Clinical Sciences

Commerce and Management

  1. Banking
  2. Commerce (Hons)
  3. Commerce – Accounting
  4. Applied Business (online)
  5. Marketing and Public Relations
  6. Associate Degree of Business and Commerce (online)

Humanities and Arts

  1. English
  2. Theology
  3. Ancient History
  4. Psychological Studies
  5. Language and Linguistics
  6. History and Political Thought

Master’s Program

Engineering

  1. Civil Engineering
  2. Electronic Engineering
  3. Petroleum Engineering
  4. Environmental Engineering
  5. Mechanical Engineering
  6. Marine Engineering

Medicine

  1. Midwifery
  2. Medicine (Pathology)
  3. Laboratory Medicine
  4. Pharmaceutical Medicine
  5. Veterinary Studies in Conservation Medicine
  6. Biological Anthropology
  7. Pharmaceutical Medicine

Commerce and Management

  1. Commerce
  2. Business Administration
  3. Commerce and Economics
  4. Management and Commerce
  5. International Trade and Development

Humanities and Arts

  1. Counseling
  2. Philosophy
  3. Art Therapy
  4. Ancient History
  5. Creative Music Therapy
  6. Continental Philosophy
  7. Literature and Creative Writing
  8. Translation and Interpreting Studies

Why Study In Australia

Scholarships – Many Australian universities provide a good amount of scholarship to students. Apart from that, various government agencies also provide some grants to students.

Living cost – Accommodation and food expenses to Study in Australia total to nearly INR 25,000 per month. Working part-time, you can easily manage your expenses.

Work permit – International students can work up to 20 hours every week. During vacations, they may also find summer jobs related to their own course to gain professional experience along with studies.

Top universities – Eight out of hundred top universities are Australian. Many Australians have won Nobel Prizes also. The country is known for imparting outstanding education.

Spectacular scenery – Bondi beach surfing, Whitsunday Islands, Ski ranges on Mount Hotham, Sydney Opera House, are some of the places among many which you would not want to miss exploring in Australia.

Advanced technology – The country is equipped with high technology and matches its pace with technological advancements in the world. This is why a lot of students opt for courses in Science, Medicine, Engineering, and Technology in Australian universities.

Internationally recognized degree – Australia is a member of the United Nations (UN), G-20, Commonwealth of Nations, the Australia, New Zealand, United States Security Treaty (ANZUS), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), World Trade Organization (WTO), Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, and the Pacific Islands Forum.

High ratio of international students – Around five lakh international students study in Australia. A maximum number of international students are from China and then from India.

ELIGIBILITY –

  • Medical fitness
  • Completed class XII (for graduation) and graduation (for post-graduation)
  • English proficiency test

Minimum requirement:

  1. IELTS- 5.5 overall and 5.0 each
  2. PTE- 42-49 overall and 40 each

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED –

  1. Birth certificate
  2. A valid passport
  3. IELTS/PTE scorecard
  4. Medical certificate
  5. Statement of Purpose
  6. Police Clearance Certificate
  7. Completed application form
  8. An appropriate source of funding
  9. 4 passport size color photographs (background should be white)
  10. Mark sheet of class XII (for graduation) and of class XII and graduation (for post-graduation)

UNIVERSITIES –

Sydney –

  1. University of Sydney
  2. Macquarie University
  3. Charles Sturt University
  4. Western Sydney University
  5. University of New South Wales
  6. University of Technology, Sydney

Canberra –

  1. University of Canberra
  2. Charles Sturt University
  3. University of New South Wales
  4. Australian National University
  5. Australian Catholic University

Brisbane –

  1. Griffith University
  2. University of Queensland
  3. Australian Catholic University
  4. Central Queensland University
  5. Queensland University of Technology

Perth –

  1. Curtin University
  2. Murdoch University
  3. Edith Cowan University
  4. University of Notre Dame
  5. University of Western Australia

Melbourne –

  1. RMIT University
  2. Monash University
  3. La Trobe University
  4. University of Melbourne
  5. Swinburne University of Technology

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