Study In Australia

Study In Australia

It is a place where students can realize their potential in ways that they planned and perhaps in ways that they never imagined.
Australia is a dynamic, vibrant country. Its people are energetic, friendly and confident. When you study in Australia, you discover fresh challenges and develop skills in a supportive learning environment.
You excel as person, as well as academically. Australia’s education institutions will challenge and reward you academically, personally, and professionally. They offer a stimulating environment for students from around the world to gain valuable skills, experiences and qualifications.
In 2006 there were 3,32,500, international students in Australia of some 190 different nationalities of these around 32,500 were Pakistani students, studying mainly in the fields of Post graduate studies. The rich diversity of nationalities ensures that you will make life long friends with students from around the world as well as from AUSTRALIA
In Australia International students experience a unique kind of education- a learning style that encourages innovative, creative and independent thinking. International students build valuable skills, which gives them an advantage academically personally and professionally.

It is a place where students can realize their potential in ways that they planned and perhaps in ways that they never imagined.
Australia is a dynamic, vibrant country. Its people are energetic, friendly and confident. When you study in Australia, you discover fresh challenges and develop skills in a supportive learning environment.
You excel as person, as well as academically. Australia’s education institutions will challenge and reward you academically, personally, and professionally. They offer a stimulating environment for students from around the world to gain valuable skills, experiences and qualifications.

In 2006 there were 3,32,500, international students in Australia of some 190 different nationalities of these around 32,500 were Pakistani students, studying mainly in the fields of Post graduate studies. The rich diversity of nationalities ensures that you will make life long friends with students from around the world as well as from AUSTRALIA
In Australia International students experience a unique kind of education- a learning style that encourages innovative, creative and independent thinking. International students build valuable skills, which gives them an advantage academically personally and professionally.


globeAustralian Education with a Difference


Australia has a seemingly limitless array of education and training opportunities. International students can choose from a vast range of courses with a vocational orientation.
Each of Australia’s institutions has its own strengths and areas of specialization, which gives international students a wide choice and access to the latest technology and research in their chosen field. The most popular courses amongst Pakistani students are Business, Information Technology, Engineering, Science and Hospitality.
But, Australia offers much more to explore. Australian institutions place great importance on developing the ability of students to think creatively and independently, read widely and critically, participates in debate and function as part of a team. Such skills are in demand from employers and so an Australian education qualification gives international students an edge in a competitive world.
Australia has three distinct education sectors- a school sector, which provides technical skills after post secondary schooling and a higher education sectors, which provides post senior secondary qualifications. These three distinct sectors are well linked together through Australia’s unique qualifications frame work.
The Pakistani and Australian education systems are very similar in structure, i.e 10+2+3. Yet they are distinct in their teaching-learning process. In Australia, Students take a much more active role in the learning process. Australian institutions place great importance on developing the ability of students to think creatively and independently, read widely and critically participate in debate and function as part of a team. Such skills are in demand from employers and so an Australian educational qualification gives international students an edge in a competitive students an edge in as a competitive world.


Cost Effective EducationAustralia’s cost effective education


Australia enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the world but its living costs and student fees have a competitive edge over other countries.

The internationally respected Economic intelligence unit ranks Australia 12th out of 31 countries for the cost of doing business environment flows through to the cost of living and costs of providing education and training services.

As a result, Australia has built a world-wide reputation for excellence based on its high quality systems of education and training delivered at comparably lower costs. But this lower cost does not reflect a corresponding diminution of quality.

Research shows that the average cost of completing a Bachelors Degree in business was nearly 54%less than a private university in the United States of America while the cost of completing a Masters Degree in business was nearly 44% less than in the United States of America.

The cost of living in Australia also enjoys an edge over other countries. Statistics shows that the cost of living for an international student in Australia was nearly 30% less than either the United States of America or the United Kingdom. Average expenses for the students living in Australia are estimated to cost about AUD 12000 pa
Excellent communication and transport facilities, cosmopolitan shopping complexes and excellent health facilities makes Australia a pleasant living place with one of the world’s best environments, Australia is the place to study.


Internationally RecognizedInternational Recognition


Australian Education Institutions offers an exciting range of courses at the diploma, undergraduate and post graduate level. All courses offered to International students have a CRICOS number as a signifier of Australian and Quality control In addition all professional degrees like Engineering, Information Technology, and Accounting are also accredited by the respective professional bodies like Engineers Australia, Australian computer society and CPA Australia.


Work while studyWork While Study


As a student you are legally permitted to work 20 hours a week during semester and full time during vacation. It can be on-campus or off-campus. After enrolling at the institution in Australia you will have to apply for a work permit to DIMIA with a letter from your institute as proof of enrolment. Casual work may not be relevant to your course but will sharpen your soft skills. Working is a great experience but don’t rely on it for additional income. It’s also very important to balance work and study.


admissionAdmission


As there are no grading/rating of universities, students are advised to go through the program structure and course content. Reputations are built over a long period and universities are known for their specific faculties.

  • Make an application to the institution of choice through Eclat-International.
  • The institution will make an offer of admission based on qualifications after assessing the application.
  • Submit a Pre Visa Assessment (PVA) application to the Immigration Section of the Australian High Commission through Eclat-International.

CostCost Of Education


The average tuition fee for different programs can be: (AUD per annum)

Education Charges In Australia
Diploma 7,000 – 11,000
Bachelors Degree 9,000 – 15,000
Masters degree 10,000 – 22,000

Required TestsRequired Tests


For admission into any level of programs, IELTS is required for admission and for visa purpose as well.
For Master’s level programs in Sciences, Engineering and Education this is the only requirement. Unlike the US, a score in GRE is not required. At the same time, some universities prefer applicants with a GRE score.
However, for admission into MBA programs, decent GMAT score, in addition to IELTS and relevant work experience of at least 2-3 years is required along with good academic background.


applyApply Forvisa


After securing admission into the University one must start with the visa formalities.
Eclat-International provides wide range of services for studying in Australia. For information on our Visa service and other services, click here.. Contact our helpline for further assistance.


Required DocumentsRequired Documents


Following documents are required applying for Australian study visa.

  • Educational Transcripts
  • IELTS
  • Passport
  • CO

Financial RequirementsFinancial Requirements


  • Official declaration from the applicant’s parents / sponsor stating the nature of their relationship to them. They should confirm they will support the applicant financially during their studies in Australia. The applicant must also include full contact details of their parents / sponsor (including residential address and postal address, if different, and telephone numbers);
  • Evidence of sponsor’s occupation and annual income – letter from the sponsor’s employer confirming employment, and including full contact details (address and telephone numbers), and sponsor’s personal bank statements and tax returns for the last 3 years;
  • Loan disbursement letter;
  • Chartered Accountant Statements of the financial sponsor and parent;
  • In the case of company sponsorship, balance sheet and bond signed with the company;
  • Evidence of income sourced from agriculture such as evidence of ownership and valuation of land, income statement from the regional authority (eg Patwari or Mandel office) and receipt of sales, and J forms;
  • Evidence of rental income such as evidence of ownership of property and lease deeds;
  • Evidence of retirement income such as letter from the company at the time of retirement stating amount of pension, and recent bank statement showing credit of pension to account.

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