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- WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA
- EDUCATION SYSTEM
- REQUIRED TESTS
- APPLICATION PROCEDURE
- COST OF EDUCATION
- LIST OF UNIVERSITIES
- WHY CHOOSE NOVUS EDUCATION?
Australia is increasingly becoming the favorite destination for education by foreign students. Australia is known today as the land of opportunities as it offers varied number of courses in all the fields of education.
HIGH QUALITY OF EDUCATION:
Australian qualifications are recognized by employers and leading educational institutions in many countries around the world. Moreover, most courses and training undertaken by international students in Australia are covered by Australian Qualification Framework (AQF). It is a system of learning which is authorized by the Australian government.
Australia is a safe, multicultural, friendly and harmonious society. Australians value the wealth of cultural diversity and social sophistication that international students bring to the campuses and communities.
Schools and employers all over the world recognize degrees from Australian schools. Graduates from Australian schools are highly sought after due to the impressive international reputation of the Australian education system. This system is carefully regulated by the Australian government in order to maintain the high standards of education associated with the country.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND INTERNSHIPS:
Australia being comparatively new in terms of attracting foreign students offers more scholarship opportunities compared to the United States or the UK. It, however, needs to be kept in mind that Australia is a less populated yet vast country which can fit in employment opportunities at a rate faster than any other part of the world.
The higher education system of Australia has both government and private institutions in it. If a university or college is seen as part of the higher education system (also known as tertiary education), then it was either established by or is recognized by the Australian government as a tertiary institution. Higher education programs include all of the schools that cover Levels I through 10 according to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).
TYPES OF INSTITUTES
UNIVERSITIES AND HIGHER EDUCATION:There are a total of 43 universities in Australia
- The Higher Education Sector in Australia primarily consists of Universities.
- The top 8 universities in Australia have formed a group – Group of 8
- Australian Universities offer pathway programs, bachelor’s & master’s degrees and doctoral program
Many Australian universities are featured in top 100 lists for international universities from around the world. The University of Melbourne and the Australian National University are two of the most well-known and well-respected universities in the world. If you are considering pursuing your higher education, whether vocational or academic, in Australia, you are in good hands. You will get a world-class education at a fair price that will make you ready for the world that you will be working in.
Programs offered by universities:
- IT & Computer Science
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Engineering & Project Management
- Education & Teaching
- MBBS, Nursing & Public Health
- Biotechnology & Biomedical Sciences
- Media & Communication
- Architecture & Urban Planning
- Business, Management & Accounting
PRIVATE COLLEGES IN AUSTRALIA:
Independent Colleges offer: Bachelor’s & Master’s Degrees
Pathway Colleges offer: ELICOS and Diploma Programs
Areas in which programs are mostly offered by Private Colleges:
- Business and Accounting
- Information Technology
Click here for more details on Universities in Australia.
English Proficiency are a mandatory requirement for most of the educational institutions in USA.
Exam Type: Standardized test. Available in 2 modules: “Academic“, “General training”.
Knowledge Skills Tested: Listening, reading, writing and speaking of the English language
Purpose: To assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers.
Exam Duration: 2 hours, 55 minutes.
|IELTS Test Component||Duration||Brief Description|
|Listening||30 minutes||4 Sections,40 Items|
|Reading||60 minutes||3 Sections,40 Items|
|Writing||60 minutes||2 Tasks|
|Speaking||11-14 minutes||3-Part One-on-one Conversation|
TOEFL: Test of English as a Foreign Language
Nature of Exam: Internet Based Test (iBT)
Total Score: TOEFL iBT is out of 120
Exam Duration: 4 hours
Exam Fee: $190
|Test Component||Duration||Brief Description|
|Listening||60 – 90 minutes||34 – 51 Questions|
|Reading||60 – 100 minutes||36 – 70 Questions|
|Writing||50 minutes||2 Tasks|
|Speaking||20 minutes||6 Tasks|
PTE: Pearson Test of English
Exam Type: PTE Academic is a computer-based English language test aimed at non-native English speakers who want to study abroad.
PTE General used to assess the English language proficiency and consists of a written paper and an interview.
Purpose: To assess the English language proficiency of non-native English speakers.
Exam Duration: 3 hours.
|PTE Test Component||Duration|
|Speaking and Writing||77 – 93 minutes|
|Reading||32 – 41 minutes|
|Listening||45 – 57 minutes|
Australian universities have below intakes:
1. February/ March
2. July/ August
3. November – few universities offer limited programs
- Provisional Certificate/CMM
- Individual Mark Memos
- 10+2 (Intermediate)Mark memo
- SSC Mark memo
- IELTS/TOEFL/PTE Score Cards
- Statement of Purpose
COST OF EDUCATION:
|UNDERGRADEUATE||AUD 14000 – 25000 P.A|
|POST GRADUATE||AUD 16000 – 39000 P.A|
|LIVING EXPENCES||AUD 19830 P.A (AS PER DIAC)|
WORK WHILE YOU STUDY:
Students who go to Australia for full-time studies can work up to 20 hours per week part-time and 40 hours per week full time during the vacation period.
Universities we represent in Australia through our partners
|1||University of Adelaide, South Australia||www.adelaide.edu.au|
|2||Macquarie University, Sydney||www.mq.edu.au|
|3||RMIT University, Melbourne||www.rmit.edu.au|
|4||Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane||www.qut.edu.au|
|5||University of South Australia, Adelaide||www.unisa.edu.au|
|6||Deakin University, Melbourne||www.deakin.edu.au|
|7||University of Tasmania, Hobart & Launceston||www.utas.edu.au|
|8||Griffith University, Gold Coast & Brisbane||www.griffith.edu.au|
|9||Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne||www.swinburne.edu.au|
|10||Flinders University, Adelaide||www.flinders.edu.au|
|11||Western Sydney University, Parramatta||www.uws.edu.au|
|12||Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide||www.acu.edu.au|
|13||James Cook University, Brisbane||www.jcub.edu.au|
|14||Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane||www.csu.edu.au|
|15||Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth||www.scu.edu.au|
|16||CQUniversity Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth||www.cqu.edu.au|
|17||Torrens University, Adelaide||www.torrens.edu.au|
|18||Charles Darwin University, Melbourne||www.cdu.edu.au|
|19||University of Southern Queensland Sydney Education Centre||www.usqsydney.nsw.edu.au|
|20||University of Sunshine Coast, Melbourne & Sydney||www.atmc.edu.au|
|21||Victoria University Sydney||www.vu.edu.au|
|22||Latrobe University Sydney Campus||www.latrobe.edu.au|
|23||Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth||www.cordonbleu.edu|
|24||TAFE International Western Australia||www.tafeinternational.wa.edu.au|
|25||UTS Insearch, Haymarket, New South Wales||www.insearch.edu.au|
|27||Deakin College, Melbourne||www.mibt.vic.edu.au|
|28||Edith Cowan College||www.edithcowancollege.edu.au|
|29||Griffith College, Gold Coast & Brisbane||www.qibt.qld.edu.au|
|30||Sydney Institute of Business & Technology||www.sibt.nsw.edu.au|
|31||South Australia Institute of Business & Technology, Adelaide||www.saibt.sa.edu.au|
|32||Curtin College, Perth||www.curtincollege.edu.au|
|33||Eynesbury College, Adelaide||www.eynesbury.navitas.com|
|34||Newcastle International College||www.nic.nsw.edu.au|
|35||Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus||www.westernsydney.edu.au|
|36||University of Canberra College, Canberra||www.canberra.edu.au|
|37||Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney||www.acap.edu.au|
|38||Australian National University College, Canberra||www.anucollege.edu.au|
|39||Flinders International Study Centre, Adelaide||www.flinders.edu.au|
|40||Taylors College, Perth & Sydney||www.taylorscollege.edu.au|
|41||The University of Sydney Foundation Program||www.sydney.edu.au|
|42||The University of Western Australia Foundation Program||www.corporate.studygroup.com|
|43||Melbourne Institute of Technology, Sydney & Melbourne||www.mit.edu.au|
|44||Australian Technical & Management College, Melbourne||www.atmc.edu.au|
|45||SAE Institute, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth||www.sae.edu.au|
|46||University of Adelaide College||www.college.adelaide.edu.au|
|47||Murdoch Institute of Technology, Perth||www.murdochinstitute.wa.edu.au|
|48||International Institute of Business & Information Technology, Sydney & Adelaide||www.feduni-ade.iibit.edu.au|
|49||Zenith Business Academy, Sydney||www.zba.nsw.edu.au|
|50||Asia Pacific International College, Sydney & Melbourne||www.apicollege.edu.au|
|51||Strathfield College, Sydney & Melbourne||
|52||English Language School in Sydney||
|53||Sarina Russo Institute||
|54||International College of Management Sydney||
|55||The Imperial College of Australia, Melbourne||
|56||Education Access Australia, Melbourne||
|57||Engineering Institute of Technology||
|58||New England College of Technology||
|59||MEGA College, Sydney, Australia||
|60||Canterbury Business College, Sydney||
|61||Canterbury Technical Institute, Brisbane||
|62||Canterbury Language Academy, Sydney||
|63||Australian Institute of Higher Education, Sydney||
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