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Study Abroad in Australia

Australia boasts 40-odd internationally-recognised universities with outstanding reputation in teaching, research, infrastructure and student satisfaction.  

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIt is a top study abroad destination which offers both quality of education and quality of lifestyle.

Down Under is an ideal place for you to develop personally and intellectually. In this special country which is both an island and a continent, there is plenty of room for you to grow and achieve. Study in Australia – probably the best place to live and learn.

The estimated tuition fee ranges from AUD$15,000 to AUD$35,000 per annum. The Australia Department of Immigration & Border Protection has financial requirements you must meet in order to secure a student visa. For an individual, you need to provide AUD$18,610. For an accompanying partner, the amount is AUD$6515. Most student visas allow you to work during academic term time for up to 40 hours per fortnight and unrestricted hours during any scheduled academic term break. Most international students work to offset living expenses and to gain relevant work experience in their study area.

Australia is an increasingly popular study destination with students from around the world enrolling at one of its 40-odd universities. There are literally hundreds of study programs and students come from over 120 countries to pursue an education and lifestyle of their dream. Australia’s vibrant multiculturalism attracts a great diversity of students and professors who feel right at home in the biggest island in the world. Whatever your academic inclination or study interest, you will find a university that suits you. If the staid University of Sydney is not your cup of tea, you can always live it up at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Australia is THE place to study and to enjoy life!

Edupoll’s Australia University Rankings

  1. The Australian National University
  2. University of Melbourne
  3. University of Queensland
  4. University of New South Wales
  5. University of Western Australia
  6. University of Adelaide
  7. University of Sydney
  8. Monash University
  9. Macquarie University
  10. Queensland University of Technology
  11. University of Wollongong
  12. University of Newcastle
  13. University of Tasmania
  14. University of Technology Sydney
  15. La Trobe University
  16. Curtin University
  17. Flinders University
  18. Murdoch University
  19. RMIT University
  20. University of South Australia
  21. Deakin University
  22. University of New England
  23. University of Western Sydney
  24. James Cook University
  25. Griffith University
  26. Swinburne University of Technology
  27. Southern Cross University
  28. University of Canberra
  29. Victoria University
  30. Edith Cowan University
  31. Australia Catholic University
  32. University of Notre Dame
  33. Charles Sturt University
  34. University of Southern Queensland
  35. Federation University ( former University of Ballarat)
  36. University of Sunshine Coast
  37. Charles Darwin University
  38. Bond University
  39. CQ University

The above universities are distributed across all six states of Australia, Northern Territory and the capital territory. If you have a geographical preference, they are listed below:-

New South Wales

  1. University of Sydney
  2. University of New South Wales
  3. Charles Sturt University
  4. Macquarie University
  5. University of New England
  6. University of Newcastle
  7. University of Technology Sydney
  8. University of Wollongong
  9. University of Western Sydney

Queensland

  1. University of Queensland
  2. Queensland University of Technology
  3. Griffith University
  4. University of Southern Queensland
  5. CQ University
  6. James Cook University
  7. Bond University
  8. University of the Sunshine Coast

Victoria

  1. University of Melbourne
  2. Monash University
  3. RMIT University
  4. Victoria University
  5. La Trobe University
  6. Swinburne University of Technology
  7. Deakin University
  8. Federation University

South Australia

  1. Flinders University
  2. University of Adelaide
  3. University of South Australia
  4. University of Adelaide
  5. Australia Catholic University – with seven campuses in Australia

Western Australia

  1. University of Western Australia
  2. Curtin University
  3. Edith Cowan University
  4. Murdoch University
  5. University of Notre Dame

Tasmania

  1. University of Tasmania

Northern Territory

  1. Charles Darwin University

Australia Capital Territory

  1. University of Canberra
  2. Australian National University

Study in Australia (2)For more information, visit: www.studiesinaustralia.com
For scholarship opportunities: https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/australian-education/scholarships