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Australia ranks as one of the best countries to live in the world by international comparisons of wealth, education, health and quality of life. The sixth-largest country by land mass, its population is comparatively small with most people living around the eastern and south-eastern coastlines.

The country’s first inhabitants, the Aboriginal people, are believed to have migrated from Asia tens of thousands of years before the arrival of British settlers in 1788. They now make up less than 3% of Australia’s 23 million people.

Years of mass immigration after the Second World War heralded sweeping demographic changes, making modern Australia one of the world’s most multicultural countries. But migration continues to be a sensitive issue politically.

In shaping its foreign and economic policy, Australia first looked to Europe and the US but in the last 20 years has developed stronger ties with Asia. It has acted as peacekeeper in the region sending missions to Solomon Islands, East Timor and Papua New Guinea.

Although Australia remains part of the Commonwealth, the future role of the monarchy has been a recurring issue in politics. An aging population, pressure on infrastructure and environmental concerns such as climate change are some of the long-term challenges facing the country.

Australian institutions offer world class degrees. The climate of the country itself suits the best for Nepalese students. One of the best things about Australia is that it has a multicultural study environment and multicultural communities that provide comfortable learning and living for international students. There is variety of courses offered in Australian institutions. Fees are also varies in the colleges and Universities.

What is so good about Australian education and training compared to other countries?

Australia is a dynamic and vibrant country with a great deal to offer international students. Choosing to come to Australia to pursue your studies will provide you with new and exciting opportunities and experiences.


Here are just a few of the common reasons international students choose Australia as their overseas study destination:

  • Dynamic and progressive educational programs
  • Caring academic staff and sufficient learning resources
  • Excellent support for academic success
  • Globally-recognized courses and qualifications
  • The relaxed, enjoyable and safe lifestyle
  • Vibrant, appealing and multicultural cities
  • Great climate
  • Amazing and diverse landscapes and scenery
  • Unique and wonderful flora and fauna


Do I need a visa to study in Australia?

Yes. You can be granted a student visa only if you wish to undertake a registered course or part of a registered course on a full-time basis. A registered course is an education or training course offered by an Australian education provider who is registered with the Australian Government to offer courses to overseas students.

To be granted a student visa you must complete a visa application form, lodge it with the evidence required, pay the application charge and satisfy the student visa requirements.

How much does it cost to study in Australia?

Tuition fees will vary depending on the course. In University, Tuition fees range from AUD8, 500 to 15, 900 for a semester. College tuition fees are much cheaper than University fees.


Are scholarships available?

Yes. Scholarships are available for international students however, most are offered for postgraduate study in universities. A majority of international students in Australia are full-fee paying students and is not awarded scholarships. Postgraduate scholarships are highly competitive and only awarded if the candidate has an excellent academic background, scholarly publications and excellent English proficiency.


What are the entry requirements to study at Australian institutions?

Students must meet minimum academic requirements and need a sufficient level of English language proficiency which can be IELTS, TOEFL or CAE for entry to Australian education and training institutions. Institutions will assess whether you meet the selection criteria set for your proposed course of study. They will look at the level and content of the study you have completed in Australia or your home country. Financial sponsorship with genuine sources of income is a vital entry requirement to get the admission. For undergraduate students most of the universities set high level of academic performance in order to get admission. Normally Universities do not entertain gap in order to join the undergraduate degrees. For postgraduate students, letters of recommendation and sample of writing may be required. If you are a research student, you should discuss your research interest with your nominated supervisor prior to the lodgment of your application.


Can I work in Australia while I study?

Yes. International students are allowed to work twenty hours per week when the school is in session whereas they are allowed to work fulltime during vacations. You may also be eligible for student loans at Australian universities. However, you should check your visa conditions before you accept any employment.



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