Welcome to Australia
Australia, the land of Kangaroos, has attracted the third largest number of the international students to come and study in Australia. Every year, around 400, 000 overseas students get educated from Australian universities, colleges and institutes. There could be hundred of reasons behind these unbeatable figures. However, spectacular nature view, beautiful infrastructure and peaceful climate are undeniable reasons behind its popularity as one of the most desirable study abroad destinations among overseas students. So, before you get study visa for Australia land on this beautiful country, you might be excited to know more about the lifestyle and climate in this country. Lets go further.
Australia is a country of endless opportunities and incredible beauty. A natural wonderland of sublime glamour, breathtaking beaches, incredible ancient rock formations, crystal blue waters and pristine rainforests, Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world and has the lowest population density per square kilometer. The majority of Australia satypical flora and fauna can be found nowhere else in the world and the lifestyle is surely one-of-its-kinds. The Capital of Australia is Canberra which is another beautiful state of the country.
Australian Capital Territory :- The youngest of Australia States and Territory legislatures is the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Territory and not a State. It is the home of Canberra, the Australian Capital.
Northern Territory : The Northern Territory, Territory and not a State, has Darwin as its Capital. It is highly celebrated for Uluru, earlier popular as the Ayres Rock. This ancient monolith is purely spellbinding and a treat to the human senses. It captures the imagination and leaves the visitors mesmerized; that too with a deep sense of wonder they hardly experienced ever.
New South Wales : Recognized as the home to Sydney, New South Wales is one of the most charming and delightful state in the world. The boundaries of the state span from the sub tropical northern border with Queensland to the extra moderate Victorian border.
Queensland : Queensland is bisected by the Tropic of Capricorn, and is rightly known as the Sunshine State of Australia. The Capital of Queensland, Brisbane, is one of the fastest emerging cities in Australia and it provides an exceptional dais for touring the Gold Coast, popularly known as AustraliasPlayground, and the Sunshine Coast which is famous for its surfing beaches, rainforests and elegant resorts like Noosa.
South Australia : South Australia is overwhelmed with adorable attractions to allure the visitors. Adelaide, the state capital of South Australia which is renowned as the City of Churches, is a lovely small paradise and is perhaps quainter than any other mainland capital.
Tasmania : Tasmania, the Apple Isle, showcase glorious lakes, majestic mountains, rivers, beaches, waterfalls, and much more. It makes a strong statement about how effortless it is to go across the whole island in just a matter of few days. Historic settlements of the quaint stone cottages that have been transformed into comfy and cherished accommodation dot the landscape.
Victoria : Victoria is Australia’s smallest and the most densely populated state with Melbourne as its Capital. Melbourne, dominated by trams, is a fine medley of old European sophistication and the trends of the modern world. This small State, tenderly known as the Garden State, reaps a strong advantage from its comprehensive road network and is therefore great for a touring holiday.
Western Australia Western Australia is the largest of all Australian states. Perth, the City of Lights, is the Capital and the largest city in Western Australia. It enjoys a Mediterranean climate all-year-round, and is surrounded by gorgeous gardens and reserves which are in deep contrast with the Outback terrain lying beyond them.
The Australian qualifications are practical oriented and commands a world-class recognition and reputation throughout the world for the employment and further studies.
The Learning atmosphere encourages the student for self-learning and imparts up-to-date knowledge based skills in the area of study rather than mere theoretical study.
Over 100000 international students enter Australia every year.
The excellence in Education, the multicultural background of students, value for money, English speaking country and on top of that, Governmental and institution support for international students are some other aspects that has made Australia very attractive destination for students from all over the world to study Australia.
Australia provides one of the world’s most meticulous consumer protection mechanism for international students.
Australia is a safe country compared to almost anywhere in the world. Crime and political unrest are limited.
Required Documents :-
- Marksheets & Passing certificate of Year 10 & Year 12
- IELTS Result Copy (If not given- conditional offer letter will be issued)
- Marksheets of Bachelor’s degree
- Degree Certificate (Provisional degree certificate is acceptable, if original not received till date)
- Marksheets & Degree certificate for PG/Masters degree, if completed in India.
- Work Experience certificates (if applicable)
- Statement of purpose/ Recommendation letters (Depending on course)
- Application fees draft (Depending on the university)
- Current valid passport with at least 6 months validity
- Offer Letter from Institute.
- Ecoe from Institute
- Application forms
- IELTS test results taken within last 24 months
- Copy of most recent diploma and most recent mark sheets
- Other educational certificates/diplomas/degrees with mark sheets
- Education Loan
- Bank record showing transaction history
- PCC & Medical
Australia Facts :-
|Unemployment:||4.9% (March 2011)|
|Area – Total||7,617,930 km 2,941,299 sq mi|
|Main Cities||Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.|
|Area (km 2)||7741220|
|LARGEST CITY POPULATION (IN THOUSANDS)||4154.7|
|AVG. TEMPERATURE IN CAPITAL CITY||22|
|LOWEST AVG. TEMP.||8.4|
|HIGHEST AVG. TEMP.||26.2|
|GDP (BILLIONS$ 2003)||716|
|GDP PER CAPITA( AUS$ 2001)||GDP PER CAPITA( AUS$ 2001)|
|POPULATION DENSITY (PER SQ KM)||2.5|
|GROWTH RATE OF POPULATION(% ANNUM)||1.4|
|GOVERNMENT EDUCATION EXPENDITURE(% GDP)||5.9|
Australian Universities under SSVF
|1. Australian Catholic University||North Sydney, Queensland|
|2. Bond University||Robina, Queensland|
|3. Central Queensland University||North Rockhampton, Queensland|
|4. Charles Darwin Universities||Darwin,Northern terrority|
|5. Charles Sturt University||Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra|
|6. Curtin University||Perth|
|7. Deakin University||Geelong, Melbourne|
|8. Edith Cowan University||Joondalup, Western Australia|
|9. Federation University||Ballart, Melbourne|
|10. Flinders University||Adelaide|
|11. Griffith University||Brisbane|
|12. James Cook University||Geelong, Melbourne|
|13. La trobe University||Melbourne|
|14. Macquarine University||Sydney|
|15. Monash University/td>||Clayton, Melbourne|
|16. Murdoch University||Murdoch|
|17. Queensland University Of Technology||Brisbane|
|18. RMIT University||Melbourne|
|19. Southern Cross University||Lismore, Sydeny|
|20. Swinburne University of Technology||Hawthron, Melbourne|
|21. The Australian NationalUniversity||Canberra|
|22. University of Adelaide||Adelaide|
|23. University of Melbourne||Melbourne|
|24. University of New South Wales||Sydney|
|25. University of New Castle||Callagham, Sydney|
|26. University of Notre Dame Australia||Framental, Sydney|
|27. University of Queensland||St.Lucia, Brisbane||28. University of Sydney||Sydney|
|29. University of Western Australia||Crawley, Western Australia|
|30. Torrens University Australia||Adelaide|
|31. University of Canberra||Canberra|
|32. University of New england||Airmidale, Sydney|
|33. University of South Australia||Adelaide|
|34. University of Southern Queensland||Toowambaa, Brisbane|
|35. University of Tasmania||Hobart , Tasman|
|36. University of Technology,Sydney||Sydney|
|37. University of Sunshine Coast||Siipy downs, Brisbane|
|38. University of Wollongong||Wollongong|
|39. Victoria University||Melbourne|
|40. Western Sydney University||Penrith,Sydney|
|41. Carnegie Mellon University||Adelaide|