STUDY AT TOP UNIVERSITIES IN AUSTRALIA
Many Reasons to Study in Australia
This is not surprising at all when you consider that Australia has seven out of the top 100 universities in the world!
There are a stunning 22,000 courses offered across 1,100 institutions, Australia is well above other destinations such as Germany, the Netherlands, and Japan, in international rankings.
Australia has five out of the 30 best cities in the world for international students based on factors such as the student mix, affordability, as well as quality of life, and employer activity. These are all important elements for students when they try to select the best study destination.
Wide Areas of Interest
Affordable Cost of Living
Diversity of Education
Economic Power House
Attractive Options to Work
Long-Term Job Opportunities
Immigration and Permanent Residency
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What to study and where to study in Australia after completing my 12th?
After completing your 12th in India, there are options to study in 39 universities in Australia, and wherein 37 out of these are public and the rest two are private. Selecting the right program and an ideal institution is based on your interests, the academic background, and also budget.
For deciding where exactly to study and what course to pursue, we will help you by mapping your interests and skills and spend more time during your counseling session at IDI Overseas, Hyderabad.
We will do all the research required to understand which specific skill set or interest offers a good scope for your career, professionally. Then, we will narrow down your set of choices accordingly and search for finding the relevant courses and the institutions. Even the intakes (admission calendar) of your preferred courses has to be taken into consideration, because not all the universities or colleges offer a wide range of programs for all the three intakes.
How can I qualify myself for the scholarships in Australia?
What is the minimum qualification and the academic requirements to study in Australia?
What are the different accommodation options available for me in Australia?
The off-campus accommodation options involving sharing apartments with other students who are from India or staying with a local family in Australia. Usually, the rent has to be paid every two weeks or even four weeks in advance. There may be a need to pay an equivalent of about four to six weeks’ rent which is in the form of an advance/bond.