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SYUDY IN AUSTRALIA

COUNTRY OVERVIEW

Australia  officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country in the Southern Hemisphere comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Neighboring countries include Indonesia, East Timor, and Papua New Guinea to the north; the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and New Caledoniato the north-east; and New Zealand to the south-east. Australia lies between latitudes 9° and 44°S, and longitudes 112° and 154°E.

Summer daytime temperatures range from 32 to 40 °C (90 to 104 °F). In winter, this falls to 18 to 23 °C (64 to 73 °F).

 An adult literacy rate of Australia is assumed to be 99 per cent .Australia regularly scores among the top five of thirty major developed countries (member countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development). Government grants have supported the establishment of Australia’s 38 universities.

CULTURE

The basis of Australian culture has been strongly influenced-by Anglo-Celtic Western and Distinctive culture. Features have also arisen from Australia’s natural environment and Indigenous cultures. Since the mid-20th century, American popular culture has strongly influenced Australia, particularly through television and cinema. Other cultural influences come from neighboring Asian countries and through large-scale immigration from non-English-speaking nations.

LIST OF UNIVERSITY

 

LIST OF AUSTRALIAN COLLEGES

           NEW SOUTH WALES (NSW) COLLEGES OF TAFE

  • Hunter Institute  [Hunter]
  • Illawarra Institute  [Illawarra]
  • New England Institute  [New England]
  • Northern Sydney Institute  [NSIT]
  • North Coast Institute  [NCI]
  • Open Training & Education Network  [OTEN-DE]
  • Riverina Institute  [RIT]
  • South Western Sydney Institute  [SWSI]
  • Southern Sydney Institute  [SSI]
  • Sydney Institute  [SIT]
  • Western Institute  [WIT]
  • Western Sydney Institute  [WSI]

          VICTORIA (VIC) COLLEGES OF TAFE

 

  • Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE  [BRIT]
  • Box Hill Institute of TAFE  [Box Hill TAFE]
  • Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE  [Gipps TAFE]
  • Chisholm Institute of TAFE  [Chisholm]
  • East Gippsland Institute of TAFE  [East Gippsland TAFE]
  • Gordon Institute of TAFE  [Gordon]
  • Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE  [GO TAFE]
  • Holmesglen Institute of TAFE  [Holmesglen]
  • Institute of Land and Resources (TAFE)  [LandFood]
  • Kangan Batman Institute of TAFE  [Kangan]
  • NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE)  [NMIT]
  • RMIT TAFE  [RMIT TAFE]
  • South West Institute of TAFE  [SWIT]
  • Sunraysia Institute of TAFE  [SuniTAFE]
  • Swinburne University of Technology TAFE  [Swinburne TAFE]
  • University of Ballarat (TAFE)  [Ballarat TAFE]
  • William Angliss Institute of TAFE  [William Angliss]
  • Victoria University (TAFE)  [VU TAFE]
  • Wodonga Institute of TAFE  [Wodonga TAFE

 

          QUEENSLAND (QLD) COLLEGES OF TAFE

 

  • Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE  [Barrier Reef]
  • Brisbane North Institute of TAFE  [Brisbane North]
  • Central Queensland Institute of TAFE  [CQIT]
  • Cooloola Sunshine Institute of TAFE  [CSIT]
  • Logan Institute of TAFE  [Logan]
  • Gold Coast Institute of TAFE  [GCIT]
  • Moreton Institute of TAFE  [Morton]
  • Mt. Isa Institute of TAFE  [MTISA]
  • Open Learning Institute of TAFE  [OLI]
  • Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE  [SQIT]
  • The Bremer Institute of TAFE  [Bremer]
  • Tropical North Institute of TAFE  [TNQIT]
  • Wide Bay Institute of TAFE  [WIDE BAY]
  • Yeronga Institute of TAFE  [YERONGA]
  • Southbank Institute of TAFE  [SOUTHBANK]

 

 

      CANBERRA (ACT) COLLEGES OF TAFE

 

  • Canberra Institute of Technology  [CIT]

 

WESTERN AUSTRALIA (WA) COLLEGES OF TAFE

 

  • Challenger TAFE  [CHALLENGER]
  • Central West College of TAFE  [CENTRAL WEST]
  • Central TAFE  [CENTRAL]
  • Kimberley College of TAFE  [KIMTAFE]
  • Pilbara TAFE  [Pilbara]
  • South East Metropolitan College of TAFE  [SEMC]
  • South West Regional College of TAFE  [SWRC]
  • Swan TAFE  [SWAN]
  • West Coast College of TAFE  [WEST COAST]

SOUTH AUSTRALIA (SA) COLLEGES OF TAFE

 

  • Eynesbury Senior College  [EYNESBURY]
  • International College of Hotel Management  [ICHM]
  • SA College of Natural Medicine  [SACNM]
  • South Australian Institute of Business and Technology  [SAIBT]

TASMANIA (TAS) COLLEGES OF TAFE

The Institute of TAFE Tasmania  [TAFE TASMANIA]

 

COURSES OFFERED

Different courses with variety of subjects are offered for graduate and undergraduate courses in different colleges, under different universities. They are-

·        Management (Various Stream)

·        Occupational Health, Safety and Environment (Ohse) Courses

·        Supply Chain Management

·        Music and Theatremusic and Theatre

·        Multimedia and IT

·        Engineering, Mining and Technology

·        Humanities, Psychology and Social Work

·        Education

·        Advertising

·        Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) (Human Movement)

ELLIGIBILITY FOR AUSTRALIAN EDUCATIONAL COURSES (GLOBAL ENTRANCE EXAM)

Candidates should pass below entrance exams for respective courses.

FOR UNDER GRADUATE

SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
Scholastic Aptitude Test which is commonly known as SAT is mandatory for under graduate course application for foreign students.

FOR POST GRADUATE

ENGLISH TEST

VISA

AUSTRALIAN STUDENT VISA

The Australian Government operates an Overseas Student Program (OSP) that allows people who are not Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents to study in Australia.

Any person who is not an Australian resident may apply to study in Australia under the OSP.

A person who wants to study under the program must obtain a Australian student One visa before they can commence a course of study in Australia.

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.

The Australian education system is divided broadly into four levels of schooling:

  1. primary;
  2. secondary;
  3. vocational education; and
  4. Training and higher education.

However, there are also other options available to students from other countries wishing to undertake study in Australia, such as English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) and non-award courses.

Links between visa subclasses and courses/qualifications

Student visa subclass

Courses/qualifications

Subclass 570
Independent ELICOS

English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) undertaken as a stand-alone course, not leading to an Australian award

Subclass 571
Schools

Primary school
Secondary school including junior and senior secondary
Approved secondary exchange programs

Subclass 572
Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Certificate I, II, III, and IV
Diploma, Advanced diploma
Former RATE system qualifications: Certificate, Advanced certificate and Associate diploma

Subclass 573
Higher Education

Bachelor degree
Associate degree
Graduate certificate
Graduate diploma
Masters Coursework

Subclass 574
Masters (Research) and Doctorate

Masters Research
Doctoral degree

Subclass 575
Non-award Foundation Studies/Other

Enabling course: non-award foundation studies
Other full-time courses or components of courses not leading to an Australian award

Subclass 576
AusAID and Defence

Full-time courses of all types undertaken by AusAID or Defence students sponsored by the Australian Government

Assessment levels

Different assessment levels within each of the student visa subclasses determine eligibility for a student visa, by establishing the threshold requirements that an applicant must meet in order to be granted a student visa.

The assessment levels are prescribed according to the passport held and the education sector of study.

The country/sector assessment levels assigned have been based upon objective criteria and objective data regarding the compliance of students from different countries and in different education sectors.

Assessment level 1 represents the lowest assessment level and assessment level 5 the highest.

The higher the assessment level, the greater the minimum evidentiary standards an Australian student visa applicant has to satisfy in respect of criteria relating to financial capacity, English proficiency and other relevant matters.

Assessment level 3, 4 and 5 applicants must make their initial student visa application while they are outside of Australia.

Forms and Student Information Booklets

This list offers direct links to the latest versions of the department’s student information and application forms, and student information booklets.

Note: printed copies of the Temporary Entry Overseas Students booklets are available at departmental offices in and outside Australia.

The processing time differs for Australian Student Visa from country to country.

WORK OPPORTUNITY (DURING + AFTER COURSE)

While being on a student visa, the immigration department (DIMIA) legally permits the overseas students to work for a period of 20 hours per week.

There are many consultancies in Australia that will help one  finding jobs in the      industry that you are after.

Students can earn expected about USD $10-$14per hour in Australia. As we know Australia is a land of vast opportunities. With an Australian higher education preferably a Master’s Degree, the opportunities for finding a job in the Australian Market is unlimited. Not only in Australia but also in many other countries, Australian degree is valued at high standard.

ESTIMATED COURSE COST

In Australia, the cost of studding includes the Tuition fee and the living expense varies from University to University. In general terms , for a year of university in the Australians universities, one should have a total budget (Fee +lodging+food+living) some where between AUD $20000 and USD $ 30000 per year

EMERGENCEY CONTACT (EMBASSEY)

In case a student gets any difficulty on security he or she can contact on their respective embassy given in the following website-

http://www.embassy.gov.au/#a

STUDENT TRAVEL ESSENTIALS

Students should be aware of the country rule before travelling .They should be under the guidance of particular university or college rules.

Important Note

It is preferable to commence application-related procedures at                            least five months in advance of the intake.

CONSULTANTS FOR OVERSEAS STUDIES

Courtesy- Australian Website