Thinking about studying in Australia means literally going to the corner of the world but this place makes it all worthwhile. Living in Australia will make you fall in love with the beaches and the nature. Starting off with the weather; summer, winter, spring, monsoon, it is all there. The weather in Australia is bearable because of nothing being that extreme. Summers are refreshing and bright, but you will obviously not feel that sweat running down your back. Winters are mostly 14 degrees and below but hardly goes down 1, so you will survive. The rain has no season; it rains whenever and wherever so better keep your umbrellas ready.
The optimal reason to study in Australia is obviously distance, weather and quality of education. Australia’s is just about 11 hours flight away and the weather is subtropical and warm like Bangladesh. People in Australia are also equally warm and welcoming to international students. Students from all over the world choose Australia as their higher education destination which makes it the 2nd most popular! This will expose you to different experiences and help develop my interpersonal and communication skills in a diverse cultural environment. Experiences are something you won’t have a shortage of in Australia. Moreover, Australia has a low crime rates which assures the safety of international students. One of the major perks about studying in Australia is that after graduation you can get upto 4 years of post study work permit, enabling you to gather enough points to be eligible for permanent residency.
February, July, and October
Varies from university to university
Validity should extend 6 months at the time of visa application.
Students stay in Australia on a student Visa so therefore you will have to study full-time. Besides your university life, you can work part-time. Students have allowance of 20 hours per weeks and can apply for jobs whenever they want. The minimum wage is $17-$18/hour with varying rates according to the jobs. Students in Australia work in cafes, supermarkets, retail stores, libraries and the list go on.
As Australia is a huge country, the cost of living varies from city to city. Living cost is lower in Regional Areas compared to cities. If you are earning, you can easily cover up your expenses. For a student, it depends on how your living style is. The university dorms are around 200-300 AUD a week and living separately in an apartment is a little cheaper but then again depends on which area you choose to live and what facilities that area provides you with. You can commute to your respected university through public transports.
Australian Universities accept IELTS or PTE.
Upto 1 year study gap is acceptable in Australia if students can give proper explanation for their gap. If a student is employed it is not considered as a study gap.
Based on your academic results you can get scholarship ranging from 50% to 10% varying on different universities.
Yes, your dependents may accompany you.
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