Study in Australia

Tuition Fee and Living Expenses:

Tuition Fee:

Tuition fees in Australia varies from AUD $ 8, 500 which is equivalent to Rs. 3, 91, 000 to AUD $ 20, 000 which is equivalent to Rs. 9, 20, 000 (both calculated @ Rs. 46).

Living Expenses:

Living expenses in Australia for an international student are roughly AUD $ 12, 000 which is equivalent to around Rs. 5, 50, 000. This is the figure stated by the Australian High Commission in Delhi.

 

Legal Work in Australia:

During Studies:

International students in Australia on a valid student visa can work for up to 20 hours per week while school is in session, and there is no limit on the number of hours an international student can work during recognized school vacations. Also, family members accompanying the international student (spouse and children) have the same work rights – 20 hours per week. For those students obtaining a graduate degree, like a Masters degree, their family can work unlimited hours.

Post Studies:

There is no automatic right associated with your student visa to stay on and work for a period of time in Australia after you complete your degree. Australia continues to have demand for foreign workers, and students that have earned a degree in Australia have a special work visa category. There are also several other visa categories open to international students, and Australia has a very straightforward path to permanent residency using a points system. If you want to stay and work after you graduate, you must apply and obtain a work visa.

Universities we represent:

 

University Of Waterloo

 

Conestoga College

 

Monash University

 

Queensland University of Technology

 

The University of Sydney

 

University of South Australia

 

The University of Melbourne

 

Griffith UniversityDeakin University

 

The Australian National University

 

Curtin University of Technology

 

The Australian National University

 

La Trobe University

 

The University of Queensland

 

Edith Cowan University

 

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

 

Swinburne University of Technology

 

Macquarie University

 

Charles Stuart University

 

University of Technology, Sydney

 

The University of Newcastle

 

The University of Adelaide

 

University of WollongongMurdoch University

 

The University of Western Australia

 

University of Western Sydney

 

University of Southern Queensland

 

 

Note: 'Most of the institutions mentioned above are through direct tie-ups. However, some of them might be through indirect tie-ups. In any case, Horizons Abroad would make sure you get the right information about all these institutions. Please contact our expert career counsellors for the right institution and right course for you'.