Australia’s popularity as a study abroad destination continues to grow. It boasts world-class educational institutions, vibrant and immigrant-friendly culture, and cosmopolitan cities. The universities of Australia are recognised throughout the world for their academic excellence, ground-breaking scientific research, and developing the overall personality of the students.
It is home to 8 of the top 100 universities worldwide. Its top 1100+ educational institutions offer 22,000+ courses in various disciplines. Its degrees are recognised worldwide and students with a degree from an Australian university have excelled in their chosen field in every part of the world. The universities offer great research opportunities and international exposure to students who come here from all over the world. Australia also has 5 of the top 30 cities for students and the Australian government offers $200 million in international scholarships each year to eligible students.
Genuine temporary entrant: This is an evaluation of the genuineness of your temporary entry and stay in Australia. It looks at your academic and immigration history and the approval of your student admission application at the chosen university. Some applicants may be asked to visit the Australian embassy or consulate in their country as part of the GTE process.
Finances: This covers your capability to pay for the tuition fees at the university you have been granted admission. Besides, you must be able to show sufficient funds to cover the cost of your travel and your stay in Australia. If you have dependents like a spouse and children, you should be able to show that you have finances to cover their travel and living costs too. As an alternative, you can show evidence that your parents or spouse is willing to financially support you.
English proficiency: You need to clear any of the recognized English proficiency tests like IELTS, TOEFL iBT, PTE, and CAE, which show your capability to speak and communicate in English. This is for students whose native language is not English and who have not lived or studied for at least 5 years in an English-speaking country.