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Study in Australia

Study in Australia

Despite its distance from the U.S.A., taking a semester, summer, or academic year to study abroad in Australia may be one of your life’s best experiences. Filled with natural wonders, unique wildlife, and some of the best universities in the world, you’ll get a fantastic education in and outside of the classroom.

Students who study abroad in Australia can expect to be immersed in diverse cultures, rich traditions, and innovative ideas. Whether you are touring an art gallery in one of Australia’s lively cities or bushwhacking across the Australian outback, there is an adventure to be found for any student willing to try something new.


Australia’s cosmopolitan cities (often situated on a beach!) make the perfect background to an unforgettable study abroad experience. Melbourne and Sydney are both ranked in the top 10 best student cities in the world. Australia is a nation of diversity – from its multicultural peoples to its varied landscapes, this land down under has got it all!


Many students who come to Australia study abroad in major cities in the southeast. But, you can stay a step ahead of the pack and study where all of those studentswill eventually vacation: the Gold Coast!
The Gold Coast is located along some of the finest beaches in the world, and situated near many natural World Heritage sites (including rainforests!). Surf in the morning, study at Griffith University or Bond University during the day, and indulge in fresh seafood and bustling nightlife in the evening. Explore the country’s geological diversity, and see for yourself why Australia’s varied landscapes are really its prized jewel.


When you select a study abroad program in Australia, consider the differing types of accommodation offered. Whether you opt for university residences, private accommodation, or homestays, you should choose a program where your living situation is ultimately comfortable for you.
To get a real feel for the university life of the typical Aussie student, it’s recommended to choose a study abroad program where you can stay in a campus dormitory or university flat. Being surrounded by local or international students can add more depth to your experience than living with other students from your home country.

IFSA-Butler’s study abroad programs emphasize an integration with Australian students in all of their housing options. AustraLearn guarantees “pre-arranged accommodation to fit YOUR lifestyle,” so whatever your cup of tea, you’ll be happy to find it!

Immersion & Cultural Activities

Some program providers will include extra activities for weekend fun in their program fees. These cultural activities are intended to add an extra level of excitement into your Australian study abroad experience – why stress over where to go, when someone will do all the planning for you?!

The Education Abroad Network gives their students the option of participating in as many added excursions around Australia as they see fit. With choices such as “Alternative Spring Breaks” in Thailand or weekends in South Island, New Zealand, the Education Abroad Network happily organizes affordable sightseeing to ensure their students’ experiences even more memorable. Conversely, CIEE’s program in Perth automatically includes a surf lesson, Australian Rules football match, Aboriginal Heritage tour, and a wildlife park tour.


Since the English language used in everyday life AND is the medium of instruction at learning institutions, your language barriers while studying abroad in Australia will be fairly limited. Your biggest concern will be attempting to master that sweet Aussie accent and understand the slang (and if you’re feeling brave, try to learn the language of love for vegemite).


Living In Australia

Studying And Working In Australia

The quality of education in Australia is internationally recognized as one of the best in the world. Moreover, Australia is one of the few countries around the world that allows international students to work legally while attending their studies. Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience.

We offers a large range of courses in Australia to attend different expectations and needs, so our students can obtain the desired qualification.
There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience in your study area.
A student visa allows you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while your course is in session, and unrestricted hours during any scheduled course break.

We Can Help You!

We are offering an educational consultancy for international students. We have been offering our services since 2003 for those who have the dream of living and studying in Australia.

Our aim is to facilitate this moment of transition for the students, offering high quality service in relation to courses, information about accommodation, work and tourism in Australia. We provide education advice, consultation, and guidance for all current and prospective international students in finding the right future path for each individual right through to career adviceand student mentoring.

To study in Australia you’ll need to apply for both admission to an educational institution and also for a student visa from the Australian Government.

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Important Information

Duration:4 weeks or 8 weeks (1:30 hrs/session)
Batch:Every Monday
Duration:8-10 hrs/week
Class timings:8:00 am – 9:00 pm
Class size:Maximum 6 students