Over the years, the number of international students choosing Australia as their study abroad destination has gone high. Recently, the International Education Advisory Council (IEAC) has predicted a significant rise in the number of overseas students studying in Australia in coming years.
Since more than 80 percent international students studying at Australian universities come from Asian countries, Nepal is not an exception. In fact, the land down under is the first choice of Nepalese students when it comes to choosing an overseas study destination. The study in Australia for Nepali students is like a dream, and they want to realise this dream at any cost.
Australia has a lot to offer Nepalese students, so we have put together a list of some unique aspects of studying abroad in Australia.
Education in Australia
Degrees and qualifications obtained from top-ranked Australian universities are recognised and preferred everywhere in the world. The country’s higher education industry is federally regulated, meaning the Government of Australia evaluates all universities in the country to ensure that they maintain high standards of education.
The following are some key factors for choosing to study in Australia:
- A wide variety of specialist institutions
- Best quality of scientific research
- Innovative teaching styles
- Plenty of services and support to overseas students
- Worldwide acceptance of Australian higher education standards
Post Study Work Visa
Australia offers Post Study Work Visa for Genuine Int’l Students through Minimum Two Years Degree from a regional university.
When it comes to Study in Australia Cost, the country compares favourably with top study abroad destinations for international students.
- Estimated living expenses: Around AUD20,290 per annum
- Average undergraduate degree cost: AUD15,000 to AUD33,000
- Average postgraduate degree cost: AUD20,000 to AUD37,000
- PhD Degree: AUD14,000 to AUD37,000
- Course duration: three to four years for undergraduate courses and one or more years for postgraduate.
The Australian lifestyle is popularly known for being relaxed. The can be great for the ones hoping to improve their studies in a laid-back environment. Australians consider cultural diversity one of their greatest strengths. Other lifestyle benefits of overseas students include:
- A multicultural society
- A safe environment
- A bagful of unique travel choices within the country
- Exciting cities
- Flexibility to work part-time up to twenty hours per week and full-time during holidays.
Do you want to enrol at an Australian university? Do you want to study engineering in Australia? Are you looking for more information about Australia courses? If yes, then you should contact our expert education consultants at AECC Global.
AECC Global is a world-class education expert in Nepal.