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There is no universally accepted ranking system in Australia for the universities. In Australia, there are 38 public universities and 4 private universities. Every university has its own specialized faculties and hence there is no need for ranking. The students have to decide based on the city and the specialization, which they intend to undertake.
Generally the major intakes are in the month of February and July every year. But there are few courses like MBA and Vocational courses, which has intakes in the month of October and April and even monthly , but the seats are subject to availability.
The Australian Universities accepts IELTS or TOEFL but the high commission requires IELTS to be one of the criteria for stepping into Australia
Apart from the Academic marks the only requirement for any course is IELTS. Hence the students need not do GRE, GMAT, unless it is a specific requirement.
For Certificate, diploma and bachelors course minimum of 12th std is considered. For masters by course work, appropriate bachelors and work experience required. For research the students should have appropriate bachelors, a research proposal and brief resume. With all the academics IELTS /TOEFL score as prescribed by the University is necessary .
As such there are no age limits for applying to the University for admission.
It is going to cost approximately AUD 18000 per year.
The tuition fee can be paid before getting PVA to secure your seat in the University/Institute or after getting PVA (Pre Visa Approval). It has to be paid directly to the University. Usually one semester at a time. You can also apply through E-Visa. This process is also called as ‘E-lodgment’. ‘E-Visa’ process is very fast and it requires just 6- 8 weeks for the decision. Issue of visa is subject to verification of financial and employment documentation, which may take up to 6- 8 weeks. Here the tuition fee will have to be paid before the visa application in order to receive a CoE (Confirmation of Enrolment).
Yes, to study in Australia the students should apply for the student visa at Australian High Commission, New Delhi.
Personal interview is not mandatory. Only the documents consisting of your academics and financial standing will be submitted to the Australian High Commission for the visa approval. However, if the visa officer feels the need to interview you to determine your intention to study abroad, then yes, there can be an interview at the Embassy or via telephone. We at DJIEC will do all the needful process to get the visa in a genuine way.
Yes, educational loans can be used to study in Australia. Please contact our counselors to know the list of accepted banks.
Yes the students can work part time for 20 hrs during weekdays and fulltime during the semester breaks. There is no restriction like only on campus; students can work anywhere they want.
Your visa will be for the duration of the course you proposed to study in Australia
Most of the universities provide accommodation in halls of residence/hostels but other options like private houses/apartments, home stay with Australian family, etc are also available.