Why Study in Australia?

Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students in the English-speaking world, behind the United States and the UK. Many international students choose to study there because of the cultural diversity, friendly natives, and high quality of education.

Few Benefits

Globally Ranked Universities

Australia has Six universities of the world’s top 100 universities. Out of them, Aspirations Education works with, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales, University of Adelade and Monash University.

Work While You Study

International students are allowed to work 40 hours per fortnight on part time basis. Internships and volunteer work is also available. This gives you an opportunity to get some work experience even before you graduate.

Welcoming Destination

Australia is a friendly and welcoming country. Did you know, almost 30% Australians are born overseas? That means every one out of three is born in another country. Amazing huh?

Live and Study in Safety

Australia is an extremely safe country compared to almost anywhere else in the world. Because of its cultural diversity, political unrest is rare. Crime rates are low, and strict gun control laws provide a safe environment for people living in Australia.

Best Student Cities

Australia has 7 Best Student Cities in the world according to QS Best Student Cities 2019. They are Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Gold Coast.

Post Study Work Visa

International students can stay on and work in Australia after their study in an Australian education institution. This is an open work visa which can be 2 to 4 years depending on the place where you have completed your studies.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

The Group of Eight (Go8) is a bunch of eight leading Australian universities with a worldwide reputation for quality education and research facilities. They are,

  1. University of Melbourne  
  2. Australian National University
  3. University of Sydney
  4. The University of Queensland
  5. Monash University
  6. The University of New South Wales
  7. The University of Western Australia
  8. The University of Adelaide
Yes, applicants must comply with the entry criteria specified by their university. Based on the programme chosen, these criteria differ. Typically, undergraduate programs require applicants to have a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 and postgraduate programs require applicants to have an IELTS score of 6.5 to 7.0. Those who want to obtain a postgraduate degree should have a strong academic ranking in an acceptable undergraduate program. Some universities expect candidates for MBA programmes to have work experience of at least two years.
Yes, you can work part-time when you are studying. You can work up to 20 hours a week when studying and full-time during vacations. A number of part-time jobs are available in super-markets, restaurants and shopping malls. Students can also check for internships within their respective university itself.
Australia offers a bright future for those who excel academically and have the patience, perseverance and ambition to succeed. Upon completion of your degree program, you will be eligible to apply for a post-study work permit which allows to stay back in the country to work.
For students, most universities provide on-campus accommodation facilities. International students, if they apply on time, are assured of accommodation. Prices differ from institution to institution and students are recommended to ensure that before they travel out to Australia, they have a comfortable place to stay. Homestay options are very common and most leading cities offer this facility to international students with families renting out a room in their home. Usually, the rent includes meals prepared by the host family as well.

As an international student, you need to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of your study in Australia. Along with OSHC you can also consider purchasing private health insurance for items that your OSHC does not cover.

CRICOS is Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students. You have to study with an institution and in a course registered on CRICOS as an international student on a student visa, as this registration guarantees that the course and institution at which you choose to study meets the high standards required by international students to study in Australia.

It refers to the acknowledgment of prior informal and formal training, work experience, professional development, professional licensing and examinations, and other work-based education and training. Credit transfer is possible, at the institution’s discretion, in both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. For past vocational education and training (VET) studies, credit may also be provided.
All students under 18 years of age must have welfare arrangements in place for the duration of their stay in Australia until they turn to the age of 18.
The Australian Government, education institutions, and a variety of other public and private organizations provide several scholarships, grants, and bursaries to assist foreign students with their studies in Australia.