Study In Australia

Why Study in


Australia has strong educational infrastructure and quality life, both of which are relatively affordable.


Earn while you learn: Australia is one of the few countries where overseas students are permitted to work up to 20 hours each week during the academic year and full-time during vacations.


Australia has just crossed the 20 million -population marks. Australia has the bluest skies, the freshest air, the cleanest water and a wide range of exotic fruits and vegetables such as kiwis, mangoes, avocados and so on, available throughout the year. Most ‘Ozzie’s’, as they  are  called,  live  around the wide coastal area, with the biggest city being Sydney, followed by Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, etc.


People in Australia are extremely friendly and largely outdoor oriented, involving themselves in a variety of sports.  Dignity of Labour is an integral part of the Australian culture, with minimum wages being one of the highest world-wide. People from all strata’s of society, be it a street-sweeper or the MD of a big company, take great pride in what they do.


Of the 39 Universities in Australia, 37 are government funded. The educational system  is  essentially  non – elitist,  with  the quality of infrastructure, teaching faculty,  course  curriculum, and  extra-curricular  facilities  at  a uniformly high standard across    all  educational  bodies.


The key perceptional differences between universities are built around their age and level of research.  The  older universities  tend  to   be   more inclined  towards   research,   and  eight  such universities, called the   “Group  of  Eight” (University  of Sydney, University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Western Australia, Monash University,  University  of  Queens  land, University of Adelaide, and University of New  South  Wales) have established themselves  as  some  of the best in the country.


Today,  Australia  is  a  truly  multi -cultural nation, with people from all over the world including  Pakistan,  China,  the  UK,  the USA and so on, collectively forming a part of the Australian community. All leading MNCs have a base here, making it ideal for professionals.  Above all, Australia is a safe place, without racial discrimination, with an educational system based on world-class research that is still ideal in terms of value for money.

Australia offer some scholarships and bursaries for certain faculties for students with strong academics. They are available to commencing international students, and / or   continuing international   students.

For more details log on to The international Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) scheme is funded by the commonwealth Government .Some Universities who offer scholarships are Dakin, Griffith, Bond, Swinburne etc.

Thus  with  so  many  avenues for funding one must allow sufficient time to reap the best out of the opportunities.

University of Sydney Foundation Program | University of Sydney

Australian Institute of Applied Sciences

Australian National University College | Australian National University

Endeavor College of Natural Health

Taylors College | University of Western Australia

Martin College

Australian College of Physical Education

Charles Sturt University Study Center (Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney)

Flinders International Study Center | Flinders University

Australia Admission Checklist

  1. All Educational Documents ( Original + Two Copies ) must be attested by IBCC/HEC. Student must be having 60% marks in his last education and no gap at all for UG courses, For PG courses reason of the gap like Experience letters etc must require.
  1. One Photographs (Passport Size)
  2. Copy Of Passport (One year valid, First Page, Second Page and Last Page)
  3. Copy of CNIC
  4. Two Academic Reference Letters
  5. Student Statement of Purpose (Be strict on it as this must be provided by student. We can give him guidance how to prepare it but finally student has to prepare it and in last we can elaborate it)
  6. Contact detail ( Landline number + Mobile Number + Email Address + Residential Address)
  7. English Test Score Report (IELTS , TOEFL, PTE)
  8. Any Previous Visa Application record (Previous Refusal)
  9. Copy of Bank Statement (personal & sponsor)
  10. University will conduct the interview of student based on his SOP.


GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) Requirements

The genuine temporary entrant (GTE) requirement is an integrity measure to ensure that the student visa programme is used as intended and not as a way for international students to maintain ongoing residency in Australia. The GTE requirement applies to all student visa applicants.


Visa Fees (For up-to date information check relevant embassy visa section)


Visa SubclassBase Application ChargeNon- internet Application ChargeAdditional Applicant Charge
18 and over
Additional Applicant Charge under 18
Subclass 500$575N/A$430$140


Travel, tuition and living expenses

You must declare on your application that you have enough money to pay for travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself, your partner and your dependent children for the duration of your stay in Australia. You must also have enough money to support your partner and dependent children, even if they do not travel with you to Australia.

The table below outlines the amounts in Australian dollars (AUD) that you need access to. These amounts are the minimum required for this visa. They do not necessarily represent the cost of living in Australia.


ExpensesPer PersonAmount required in AUD
TravelYourselfReturn air fare to Australia
Family membersOne return air fare to Australia per person
TuitionYourselfCourse fees
LivingYourselfAUD 20290 per year
PartnerAUD 7100 per year
First childAUD 3040 per year
Each other childAUD 3040  per year


Note:- (A simple formula is Living Expenses + Balance Tuition Fee + 2000 AUD). Bank statements would be three to six months old. But if it is on the name of student and a valid proof of available of transfer of funds then one month old would work.

The department must be satisfied that an applicant, once in Australia, will have the sufficient funds they claim to possess to cover the travel, tuition and living costs for themselves and their family members.

Acceptable sources of income

The money to support you and your family members may come from any legal source.

Fully Funded Students

If you are a fully funded student, you must show evidence that the sponsoring agency, government or organisation will cover the cost of:

  • Travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself and dependent family members accompanying you to Australia
  • Supporting your dependent family members remaining in your home country, taking into consideration the local standard of living.

Note: If family members later decide to join you in Australia, you must show evidence of extra funds from an acceptable source to cover their travel, tuition and living expenses in Australia.

Evidence of income:


  • Please provide appropriate proof from the followings related to you:
  • Tax Statement
  • Income Statement.
  • Business Statement
  • Audited Business Accounts
  • Loan documents
  • Bank account statement(s)
  • Proof of rental income
  • Proof of income from savings like fixed deposits
  • Proof of income from agricultural land

When considering whether the funds will be genuinely available, take into account additional information and supporting evidence you provide, such as:

  • the nature of the relationship between you and the person who is providing the funds, where applicable
  • your income, assets and employment or those of the person providing the funds
  • evidence of financial support history
  • source of funds for any lump sum deposits.

More about Australia

LanguagesEnglish & Native Language
Official CurrencyAustralian Dollar (AUD)
ClimateGenerally Arid to Semi Arid; temperate in South & East; tropical in North