Frequently Asked Questions - Australia


SSC, Intermediate, Bachelors (Individual mark memos, PC & CMM), IELTS / PTE center-based test, Work Experience Documents(If Applicable),Passport (Front &Address pages), Gap Justification (If applicable), Immigration history (If applicable).

To study 2 Years Masters in Aus It would cost you around AUD22,000 - 50,000, depending on in which university you want to study.For example If you want to study at low budget Institutions you can go for MIT it would cost you around AUD22,000 for two years of Masters. If you want to study in one of the Top Universities in the world you can choose Go8 Universities in Australia like Uni of Melbourne, Uni of UNSW. It would cost you around AUD40,000 - 45000 for 2 years Masters. Studying in Australia is Considered to be cheaper than USA & Canada both in terms of tuition fees & living expenses.

Before you start looking for a job in Australia, it is essential to understand the job market in the country. The Australian job market is highly competitive, and it can be challenging to find a job, especially if you are an international student. In Australia, college students can work in various fields, including retail, hospitality, and service or industry. Studying in Australia for international students is quite beneficial as you can work part time up to 24 hours per week, and during breaks, Students can work as much as you want. In Australia, there are many different sorts of part-time skilled and unskilled professions, and the compensation for each of them varies depending on the region, demand, and type of work. Australia's hourly minimum wage is AUD 21.38, so students can earn up to $855.20 per fortnight during the school term and more during school breaks. However, this rate may change based on the sector and the nature of the work.

Victoria: Deakin University, La Trobe University, RMIT.
New South Wales: Western Sydney University, Macquarie University, University of Wollongong
Queensland: James Cook University, Central Queensland University, Bond University, Queensland University of Technology.
South Australia: Flinders University, University of South Australia, University of Adelaide.
Western Australia:University of Western Australia, Murdoch University, Edith Cowan University
Tasmania: University of Tasmania.

No, There is no concept of On-campus placements in Australia, Most Australian Universities have a department / Career Center, which helps students to get jobs and help students to prepare for interviews. Only internships are offered, and it's also common for employers to collaborate with universities in Australia to identify and recruit talented graduates from various fields.

The cost of living in Australia can vary significantly depending on the city or region. Generally, larger cities tend to have higher living costs than smaller towns and rural areas.

UG : IELTS 6.0/6.0 equivalent , PG: IELTS 6.5/6.0 equivalent

Some of the most in-demand fields in Australia include Healthcare, IT, Engineering, Construction and Building Trades, Tourism and Hospitality, and Environmental Science.

Yes. Australian Universities do provide scholarships for international students which can cover the tuition fee. The scholarships are mostly based on Academic Merit, Financials and English Language Ability as well. The amount of scholarship may vary from University to University depending upon the requirement.

The Rankings of the universities do fluctuate year by year. But, there is a coalition of some top research oriented universities in Australia called G08 Universities (Group of Eight Universities). These Group of Eight Universities are known for high quality teaching and research and academic excellence. These universities focus mainly on innovation and knowledge creation.

Yes. Students who are applying for a visa to Australia must meet some medical requirements. Applicants must undergo a medical test which involves Chest x-ray and other tests depending upon each individual prior to the Visa Application.

International students in Australia can work up to 48 hours per fortnight. From 1 July 2023, international students graduating from Australian education providers with eligible higher education qualifications will be granted two additional years of post-study work rights.
* two years to four years for select Bachelor degrees
* three years to five years for select Masters degrees
* four years to six years for all doctoral degrees.
This extension will be added to the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) for eligible graduates; or enabling a new visa application for those select students who already hold a TGV and will be seeking an additional two years

Australia is a fantastic location for overseas students looking for internships! They provide a wide range of options in a variety of industries, allowing you to get practical experience and fully immerse yourself in Australian work culture. You have the option of interning in big cities like Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane, or you can choose to go to more rural places with their own distinct industry. But it's not all business; in addition to expanding your professional network, you'll get to see Australia's natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. There is something for everyone, regardless of their interests in engineering, marketing, finance, or hospitality. The above-mentioned three cities are well-known for their business centres and are home to several Fortune 500 corporations.
In Australia, a lot of internships do pay. On the other hand, pay may vary depending on the industry and the quantity of labour you do. Certain internships provide a stipend or reimbursement of costs, while others offer an annual salary. Most large firms offer paid internships, whereas smaller businesses or non-profit groups offer unpaid internships. That being said, in order to fully comprehend the compensation offer, it is crucial that you conduct extensive research on both the internship programme and the chosen employer. Naturally, the experience you obtain from both paid and unpaid internships is quite valuable, but choosing the ideal option for your family will rely on their financial circumstances.
Students who graduate from Australian universities have a competitive advantage over their classmates since work integrated learning (WIL) is a crucial component of the curriculum. The phrase "work integrated learning" refers to a variety of programmes that combine academic theory with practical experience in the field in a real-world work setting. It's a fantastic method for college students to get some real-world work experience while they're learning. As a matter of fact, WIL is a mandatory component of several courses, including those in nursing, pharmacy, public health, social work, engineering, and business studies. Students are able to apply these credits towards their degree. Several well-known universities, like Deakin University, RMIT University, and Monash Business School, are renowned for having robust WIL curriculum. The most popular WIL programmes that assist students in becoming prepared for the workforce while they are in school are internships, project-based learning, clinical placements, work placements, apprenticeships, simulations, fieldwork, etc. Universities and industry collaborate to train students and give them practical, hands-on experience so they understand how to apply what they have learned in the classroom to a real-life work setting in order to generate a highly competent workforce. This exposure helps students understand their subject matter better and gives them an advantage in the job market after graduation.

Many Australians have a strong interest for sports, particularly their native Australian Rules Football (AFL), rugby, cricket, and tennis. Getting involved in sports is an excellent way to meet new people. Australia boasts a thriving cultural landscape as well, with annual music, art, and cuisine festivals.

The ferries, buses, trams, and trains are all contemporary and cozy, with most of them having air conditioning. CCTV is used to maintain and keep an eye on the stations and terminals around the clock. To protect everyone's safety, uniformed and plainclothed security personnel patrol stations and terminals and occasionally ride in vehicles. When a student's student card is valid, they can travel gratis. On the other hand, with a valid student card, university and VET students are allowed unrestricted bus travel for three hours on any scheduled public bus route for a fee of $1.00. The monthly fees for the Bus Concession Pass range from AUD30 to AUD90, the Tram Concession Pass from AUD35 to AUD100, the Train Concession Pass from AUD40 to AUD110, the Taxi or Ride Share (per ride) from AUD10 to AUD30, Bicycle Maintenance from AUD5 to AUD15 and Car Maintenance and Fuel AUD 150 – AUD 300 per month.

Yes it is Mandatory for the International Students ,as it covers the visits to the Hospital for Treatment from the doctor and also basic consultation ,ambulance coverage and many more. Depending on the OSHC Providers ,the services and coverages also vary.

The overall process takes 3 months to minimum 6 months of time ,right from the admission to till visa approval ,and also based on the cases ,we received it varies also based on that ,if financials and income is also ready for the student at the time of the application then ,it will be reduced also .

Your backlogs are never an issue for your visa success. However, universities consider your backlogs count to release the offer. Most of the universities accept up to 15 backlogs whereas few universities accept till 25. Active backlogs, 50 percent and below, backlogs more than 25 are of course some of the issues to get an offer; So the game is within the university. Applying to the university which accepts your profile, Arranging funds and showing your family income as per the Australia's Immi home affairs guidelines is not gonna create a problem for your visa.

Before talking about the best universities for scholarships let us first discuss how universities announce scholarships. Uni looks for the deserved students on the basis of their percentage and the section of the university they are passed out from. For example we have X,Y,Z students. X with 65%, Y with 70% & Z with 75%. Now the university looks into the section of the university they are passed out from. X from section-A university, Y from section-B university, Z from section-C university. So the Uni considers the X with 65% from Section-A is equal to the Y&Z and announces scholarship accordingly.
Now Most of the universities like Deakin, RMIT, Flinders, Curtin, Federation, University of Canberra starts announcing scholarships from 20% onwards and it goes till 25 to 30%, Whereas Universities like La Trobe, Central Queensland, James Cook, Tasmania starts from 25% and Others like Swinburne University announce flat 30%. However universities in general offer merit scholarships which start from 50% and go till 100%. Students will have to appear for an interview in case of eligibility.

Of course, Yes. In case if the dependent is husband then one must provide proper documentation of his graduation and experience. No long gaps in his profile are entertained unless genuine and acceptable proofs are provided. Whereas if the dependent is a wife, her graduation documents are enough to submit. Also there are no gap questions for her.

Almost all the universities offer you accommodation facilities either semester wise or year wise. On an average a multiple sharing to single sharing it is charged around AU$200 - 300 per week. If not in universities there are few websites such as,,, (An Indian Aussie website), and others which can help you finding your accommodation in your preferred location and in budget.

The Minimum % required to study in Australia is 55%, If a student has graduated from section 1 University as per Noosr Guide.

A student on a Student Visa is entitled to earn a minimum wage of $21.38 per hour or $812.60 per week(before tax) for working both on-campus and off-campus during the period of their full-time study. - PART TIME
The average student salary in Australia is $80,531 per year or $41.30 per hour. Entry-level positions start at $67,281 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $110,760 per year. - PROFESSIONAL JOBS
Since the average weekly ordinary earnings for Australians in 2023 is $1,838.10, anything around this figure would be considered a good salary.

Engineering, IT, Nursing, Science, Teaching, Analytics, Civil Engineering, Architecture and Construction Management, Quantum Technology, Cyber Security, Accounting

Irrespective of the course pursued demonstrating the right skill would definitely land you full-time employment in Australia, focusing on acquiring proper skills during studies would help you bag full-time employment

Studying in Australia for international students is quite beneficial as you can work part time up to 20 hours per week, and during breaks, you can work as much as you want.

The best City in Australia in general is Melbourne in Victoria State as is ranked top in most liveable cities in Australia also affordable in terms of cost of living, Best city also depends on individual choice where the student wants to live in Australia based on University and future benefits in terms of PSW duration