**Due to COVID-19 impact, Australia is not issuing visa till year 2024**

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA

Australia has the reputation of being a top educational hub the 3rd most popular international student destination in the world. The education system of Australia is ranked 8th in the Universitas 2019 U21 ranking of National Higher Education System, surpassing France, Germany, Norway and Japan. Apart from being a Centre stage of world cultures and scenic beauty, it also has innumerable career opportunities for you. The study programme prepare you for the industry and perhaps this is the reason why degrees from most of the universities in Australia are highly valued by employers.

A leading global education hub, Australia is known for its high-quality academic framework and innovative policy developments. It has more than 1,100 institutions and over 22,000 courses tailored for international students. Considered as one of the best places to live in, all major cities of Australia are in the world’s top 100 student cities according to QS Best student cities 2019. This is reflected in the experiences shared by our students who term the locals as open, friendly, warm and reports almost 90% satisfaction scores for their study and living experiences. Undoubtedly, you will feel at home when studying in Australia and it will always stay on your mind as a second home, as a place you are connected.

But which course is best to study in Australia?

The advantage of studying in a high-quality education system like that of Australia is that you have myriads of programs and courses to choose from. While several of these are offered through specialist colleges and universities ranking very well in reputed university rankings, almost all the top-ranking universities offer specialized programs within themselves. This means you can choose any program which best matches your interests and capabilities and then hone them further.

You have to opt for a full-time program as part-time courses are not available for International students. Here are a few of the top generic courses and fields which are popular among most of the international students (in no particular order).

  • Engineering – Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Computer, Automotive, Aeronautical, Mining, Industrial, General Engineering, Structural, Chemical, Telecommunications, Mechatronics, Polymer, Environmental, etc.
  • Law & Administration – Economics, Management, Accounting, Administration, Marketing, Finance, HR, Commerce, etc.
  • Hospitality & Tourism – Hotel Management, Tourism Management, Commercial Cookery, Culinary arts, etc.
  • Mathematics & Computing – Mathematics and Statistics, Computer-based Information System, Computer Science, etc.
  • Visual & Performing Arts – Fashion Design, Art, Graphic Arts, Crafts, Performing Arts, Music, etc.
  • Information Technology – IT, Information Systems, Networking, Security, Software Development, etc.
  • Health Sciences – Nursing, Personal and Family Health Care, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science, Public Health, Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Environmental Health, etc.
  • Agriculture – Agriculture, Forest, Horticulture Business, etc.
  • Education – Education Studies, Special Education, Teaching, Early Childhood, etc.
  • Communication – Media, Journalism, Public Relations, Corporate Communication, etc.
  • Science – Environmental Science, Biotechnology, Pharmacology, Chemistry, etc.
  • Social Studies – Behavioural Studies, Sociology, Geography, Welfare and Counseling, Sport and Recreation, etc.
  • Humanities – English, Psychology, History, Foreign Language Studies, Philosophy, etc.