Agriculture, Environmental and Related Studies
Architecture & Building
Business and Management
Computing and Information Technology
Dentistry & Dental studies
Engineering & Technology
English Language for Overseas Students
Health Services & Rehabilitation
Hospitality, Tourism & Personal Services
Humanities & Social Sciences
Law, Justice & Security Studies
Social & Community Services
Study & Work Skills Preparation
Teaching & Trainer Education
Veterinary Studies & Animal Care
Qualifications Tests for English proficiency :
TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, SAT, GRE, PTE
Note: Applicable as per the Course and Universities.
Scholarships to Study in Australia
Australia Awards Scholarships (AAS) – Scholarships to study in Australia for students of all degree levels (bachelors, masters, PhD) hailing from selected countries within the Asia-Pacific region, Africa and the Middle East. Applicants from Indonesia can also apply for the Allison Sudradjat Prize and/or the Hadi Soesastro Prize.
Endeavour Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students – A range of merit-based international scholarships to study in Australia. Funded by the Australian government and available to postgraduate students from the Asia-Pacific region, Middle East, Europe and the Americas.
Research Training Program (RTP) – Postgraduate-level Australian scholarships for domestic and international students to study a research degree at a participating Australian university.
Australian Catholic University International Student Scholarships – Scholarships for commencing international undergraduate and postgraduate students, awarded based on academic merit.
Australian National University – Various scholarships available for international students at all study levels, which can be found using a search tool on the university site.
Adelaide Scholarships International (ASI) – Tuition fee scholarships available for master’s or PhD students enrolled at the University of Adelaide.
Curtin University International Research Scholarships – International scholarships for students undertaking master’s or PhD programs at Curtin University in Perth.
Deakin University – A search tool for finding scholarships to study at Deakin University in Melbourne.
Flinders International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (FIPRS) – Australian scholarships to study at Flinders University in Adelaide. Awarded to master’s and PhD research students, based on merit.
La Trobe Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) – Scholarships for international students to study at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Open to high-achieving students from outside Australia or New Zealand who are enrolled on any taught undergraduate or postgraduate program. Scholarship lasts a maximum of two semesters.
Melbourne Research Scholarships (MRS) – Scholarships for high-achieving domestic and international students to undertake a master’s research program at the University of Melbourne.
Monash University International Scholarships for Excellence – Merit-based scholarships for undergraduate and graduate international students to study in Australia at Monash University in Melbourne.
Rotary Peace Fellowships – Australian scholarships awarded to master’s degree students studying within one of Rotary’s Peace Centers (such as at the University of Queensland, Australia).
University of Sydney International Scholarships – Various Australian scholarships open to international undergraduate students studying at the University of Sydney. There are also scholarships open to postgraduate students.
University of Newcastle Postgraduate Research Scholarships (UNIPRS) – Australian scholarships for postgraduate students to study in Australia at the University of Newcastle.
University of Sydney International Scholarship (USydIS) – Scholarships for international students undertaking research programs (master’s or PhD) at the University of Sydney.
University of Western Australia International Postgraduate Research Scholarships – Research scholarships for master’s and PhD students to study in Australia at the University of Western Australia. Covers tuition fees, a fortnightly stipend for living expenses, and health insurance.
UTS International Undergraduate Full Tuition Scholarship – UTS will pay each recipient’s tuition fees for the approved bachelor’s degree for the duration of the scholarship. The scholarship lasts for the standard number of sessions required for completion of the recipient’s enrolled undergraduate course on the basis of full-time study load. There’s also an equivalent postgraduate scholarship.
Victoria University International Scholarships – A range of scholarships for international students, such as the VU International Postgraduate Research Scholarship.
International Water Centre Scholarships for International Students – Australian scholarships for international students undertaking the Masters in Integrated Water Management program at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
The Northcote Graduate Scholarship – A scholarship for UK students to undertake a postgraduate degree in Australia for up to three years. Administered by the Britain-Australia Society on behalf of the Northcote Trust.
List of documents required for Australia:
Attested copies of X, XII & Graduate Degree (if applicable), Mark Sheets including Backlogs (Re-sits)
Evidence of English Language proficiency e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, etc.
Standardised Tests e.g. GMAT, GRE (where necessary for the programme)
Two academic references
Two references from employers (where applicable)
Passport sized photographs
Statement of Purpose (SOP)
Draft for application fees, if applicable
Portfolio (for Art, Design & Architecture Courses)
Other Certificates & Achievements of Extracurricular Activities
Note: Documents required for individual universities and individual courses in Australia may vary.
Education Cost for Studying in Australia
Diploma & Advanced Diploma: AU$10,000 to 14,000/-*
Bachelor’s Degree: AU$: 15,000 to 19,000 per year*
Graduate Diplomas & Masters: AU$15,000/- to AU$23,000/-*
*Fees given are of informative nature, may vary from university to university
1. Australia offers world-class education
For a country with a relatively small number of universities, Australia offers a truly world-class education and regularly features in global rankings.Eight Australian universities placed in the top 100 in the latest QS World University Rankings, commended on areas such as academic reputation, employer reputation and international student ratio. Several universities also featured in the Times Higher Education Rankings and the Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities.
2. Australia is culturally diverse
Australia is one of the most culturally diverse nations in the world, with a large population of international students. This means that you will study with students from all over the world and will enjoy many of the comforts of home — from restaurants and grocers to film festivals and food fairs. Australia is also home to some of the best student cities, as revealed in the QS Best Student Citiesranking. Cosmopolitan Melbourne placed second, ahead of cities such as London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore. Sydney came in at fourth place, with Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth not too far down the list.
3. Australia is a beautiful country with plenty to see and do
When you think about Australia, you probably imagine beautiful white sand beaches or famous landmarks like Sydney’s Opera House. What you may not know is that Australia is a wonderfully diverse country, home to just about every type of landscape — from lush rainforests to vast dry deserts. Australia also hosts a number of World Heritage sites, such as Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory. You’ll enjoy long holidays as a student, which means you’ll have plenty of time to explore your new home!
4. Australia is strong in global research
Australian universities are strong in research, excelling in area such as arts and humanities, education and sciences. Australia is also a proud contributor to global research, credited for many important discoveries, such as penicillin, IVF and wi-fi. This makes Australia a great choice for international students — whether you want to learn from the best in a coursework degree or undertake your own research.
5. Australia offers great work opportunities
International students can work up to 40 hours per fortnight in Australia, which will help you pay for things like nights out with friends or short trips over holiday breaks. Students also have the opportunity to stay in Australia to work once they have graduated, taking advantage of the post-study work visa. There are also opportunities such as the Professional Year Program (PYP), which allows graduates of accounting, information technology and engineering degrees to gain experience and mentoring in an Australian workplace. Completing a PYP can assist you to gain permanent residency.