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Top 3 reasons for studying abroad in Australia

Posted on November 4, 2019
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Top 3 reasons for studying abroad in Australia

Australia is a popular study abroad destination. As per an estimation, it is said that Australia has the highest concentration of international students among the various countries in the developed world.

Depending upon the individual perception of the international student concerned, there can be many different answers to the question why study in Australia? While a significant number of international students are choosing Australia for the excellent education system, many head towards the Land Down Under attracted by the high standard of living.

Which universities and colleges in Australia are at the top globally?

As per the QS World University Rankings 2020, Australia has the following in the global top:

Rank in 2020 Institution
29 Australian National University (ANU)
38 The University of Melbourne
42 The University of Sydney
43 The University of New South Wales (UNSW)
47 The University of Queensland (UQ)
58 Monash University
86 The University of Western Australia (UWA)
106 The University of Adelaide
140 University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
207 University of Newcastle
212 University of Wollongong
224 Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
230 Curtin University
237 Macquarie University
238 RMIT University
271 Deakin University
274 University of South Australia (UniSA)
291 University of Tasmania
320 Griffith University
377 James Cook University (JCU)
383 Swinburne University of Technology
400 La Trobe University
424 Flinders University
442 Bond University
468 Western Sydney University
484 University of Canberra

Top 3 reasons for study abroad Australia include:

Diversified education:

Educational institutions in Australia offer a wide range of degrees and courses to choose from. When selecting a study overseas destination, a key consideration is usually of successfully shortlisting the schools that best cater to the interests and requirements of the student concerned.

High standard of education:

The Australian education system is globally recognized. With the government regulating the education imparted in the universities and colleges in Australia, a high standard of education is maintained throughout the country.

Attractive post-study work rights:

When you study abroad in Australia, you can avail attractive post-study work rights on the successful completion of your studies.

 Once you complete your studies, you can stay on in Australia on:

  • Graduate Work Stream under the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)
  • Post-Study Work Stream under the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485)

Difference between the Streams

Graduate Work Stream Post-Study Work Stream
Who is this for?

For overseas students that have graduated recently with the qualifications and skills relevant to specific occupations in Australia.

For those overseas students that have graduated recently with a degree from an Australian institution.

Can I bring my family with me? Yes. Yes.
Eligibility You must have a qualification that is relevant to an occupation on the skilled occupation list.

You must have a recent degree in a CRICOS-registered course.

While bachelor degree students can avail post-study work rights up to 24 months, post-graduates get the same for up to 4 years.

In Australia, international graduates have full work rights, without the requirement for a job offer. International graduates are not even required to work in an area that is limited to skills shortage.

The subclass 485 is regarded as a pathway to achieving Australian permanent residency. More the reason for its immense popularity, especially among the Indian students.

If you are looking to Work, Visit, Invest, Migrate or Study in Australia, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No. 1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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