Universities entry requirements:

Entry into most courses at Australian universities is assessed based on three primary factors:

1. Academic qualifications
2. Genuine temporary entrant (GTE) criteria
3. Your overall student profile includes work experience and gaps if any.

Some high-requirement courses may have additional requirements such as a statement of purpose, questionnaire or an interview, which could be considered together with your academic and GTE profile.

It is important to note that each Australian University sets its academic and GTE entry requirements, and most Universities offer pathway options such as diplomas leading to bachelors or Graduate certificates leading to master to students who do not meet the direct academic entry requirements for the course. Please make sure that you read the individual University entry requirements for details or get in touch with one of our mentors to find more information.

Standard requirements:

1. English language requirements (IELTS, PTE or TOEFL acceptable)
2. University academic and GTE entry requirements

Visa requirements and conditions:

Securing a student visa is the most essential and first step towards realizing your dream of studying abroad. A minimum of 2 years of study visa in Australia could also help you to secure a post-study work visa (SC 485) after you finish your degree.

The Australian student visa (SC 500), in combination with the post-study visa, allows students to live, study and work in Australia for a maximum of 5 years. It varies in line with the selected course.
On a student visa, SC500, students are allowed to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during the term and unlimited during the session break.

Below is a step-by-step process to prepare for your Australian study visa:

1. University unconditional/full letter of offer
2. Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
3. English test results (IELTS, PTE or TOEFL)
4. Statement of Purposes with documentary evidence to support your statement and satisfy the GTE requirements
5. Proof of funds
6. Overseas student health cover
7. Medical check
8. Character check


Shared Rental – $95 to $215 per week

On-campus – $110 to $280 per week

Homestay – $235 to $325 per week

Private Rental – $185 to $440 per week

Other Living Expenses

Groceries and eating out – $140 to $280 per week

Gas, electricity – $10 to $20 per week

Phone and Internet – $15 to $30 per week

Public transport – $30 to $60 per week

Car (after purchase) – $150 to $260 per week

Entertainment – $80 to $150 per week

Destination Key Facts- Australia

1. More snow falls in the Australian Alps than in the Swiss Alps.

2. 90% of Australians live on the coast

3. Overall, Australia has the highest minimum wage in the world at about 14.54 USD an hour.

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