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Study masters in Australia

Vineel Chandra

NOTE: The given views/statistics are indicative. Perceptions and experiences may vary from person-to-person.


While overseas study is expensive, Australia is more affordable than most other destinations and offers a high standard of quality education, excellent living condition and a tolerant multicultural society. Australia's Higher Education Institutions rank among the world's best and the quality of education they offer is correspondingly high.

Some Benefits:-

A Masters degree by coursework or Research will make you eligible for a 2 year post study work visa as per Australian immigration policy

Each course that the student takes up is associated with CRICOS code which has a worldwide recognition in all major countries.

Allows the student to work part time for duration of 40 hours/fortnight while studying and 40 hours on vacation.

Spouse can accompany the applicant and also work fulltime i.e. 40 hours / Week during the study period as well as post study work visa period.

BBA in Australia


The most active academic intakes to study in Australia are in the months of February and July.

Although some universities offer a September or October intake but those are program specific.

Application Requirements for Study Australia

Popular courses here:-


MBA and Management specializations


Information Technology

Public Health and Health administration.

Top 5 universities:-

University of Melbourne

University of Sydney

University of New South Wales

University of Queensland

Australian National University

Scholarships for international students:-

There are various factors and requirements needed to be eligible for a student to apply for scholarship to any university.

Scholarships are very competitive. The student needs to have demonstrated an excellence in academic achievements in his last completed degree.

Scholarships can range anywhere from 2000 Australian Dollar to up to 50% of the program tuition fee.

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