TEQSA is the national regulatory and quality agency for higher education. Students’ rights are protected by law under ESOS act.
There are 43 universities in Australia 40 Australian Universities 02 International universities 01 Private specialty university
Minimum 60% marks in the last passed examination
IELTS– Bands 6.0 for Bachelor’s and Bands 6.5 Bands for Master’s Degree
Certain universities and courses may have certain specific IELTS requirement
ELICOS is available for the candidates who have scored less in IELTS
Educational programs in Australia are delivered through Public and Private Universities, Colleges, Vocational Education and Training (VET) schools and TAFEs. All levels and qualifications are monitored for quality standards under Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The programs levels are:
The educational system in Australia focus on actual learning for course outcomes. Thus, the courses and qualifications are designed as per industry labor needs so that the graduates are job ready. Classes are delivered through comprehensive teaching coupled with practical demonstrations on advanced technology actual set-up.
Australian education system is divided into following divisions as per age growth:
Student successfully completing at least two academic years in Australia towards, gaining a qualification /award is eligible for Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485). This visa has two streams:
he genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) is an integrity measure to ensure that the Student visa Programme is used as intended and not used by international students as a way of acquiring permanent residency in Australia. Following factors considered by Universities & Govt. to assess GTE significance;