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Education System in Australia for International Students

Australia’s education system is highly acclaimed all over the world, and it is acknowledged as one of the top countries in terms of quality education. You can study at all educational levels, from primary and secondary school through vocational education and training (VET), English language courses, and higher education (including universities). Regardless of what you study or how long you study, Australia’s laws support great education and safeguard international students. An international student with having student visa of Australia should be enrolled in courses that are only listed in the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students as an international student on a student visa (CRICOS). CRICOS registration ensures that the course you’re taking and the institution where you’re studying satisfy the high expectations of foreign students. On-campus bachelor’s degrees and postgraduate courses, such as postgraduate diplomas, master’s, and doctorate programs, are available to students.

The Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) is a government-approved and nationally validated national policy. The AQF is divided into ten levels and connects school, university, and vocational education. It aids in the integration of all levels into a single system, allowing students to progress from one to the next. It allows international students to choose reputable Australian universities and courses and transfer if they like, as long as they meet the necessary prerequisites.


Under Australian law, international students have particular rights and safeguards. These regulations ensure that all students are treated fairly and receive a high-quality education. The Commonwealth Ombudsman handles complaints made by international students about educational providers. In Australia, an education provider might be a school, college, or university. If you are a student at a public university or TAFE (Technical and Further Education) institution, you should contact the Ombudsman in your state or territory. To preserve uniformity and high standards, all courses offered to international students are approved by the Australian government through the CRICOS register.

Academic Year in Australia

On your level of study and course, the academic year in Australia varies. For secondary or high schools level it starts in January or February and in the case of the VET institutions or Universities it starts in late February or early March. During the month of July, September and October as well, universities offer additional intakes.  At the end of each semester, exams are held and between each semester, students will have a two to four week break. Summer vacation usually begins in late November or December and lasts until late February. During their long summer vacations, students can enroll in a short summer course or work full-time.

Scholarships and Studying Costs in Australia

The cost of studying in Australia is heavily influenced by the educational institution you attend. With low course fees and living costs, Australia provides excellent academic options for international students. Applicants can get a reduction in their course tuition a monthly stipend for the duration of their study in Australia, and free housing for their first year of study through various university scholarships.


In comparison to many other nations, such as the United States and the United Kingdom, Australia’s living costs and education fees are lower.  The cost of vocational education and training (certificates I to IV, diplomas, and advanced diplomas) ranges from $4,000 to $22,000, the cost of an undergraduate bachelor’s degree ranges from $15,000 to $33,000, Postgraduate master’s degrees can cost anywhere from $20,000 to $37,000 while doctorate degrees can cost anywhere from $14,000 to $37,000. English language studies can range from $300 to $500 per week. These all cost depends upon the educational institutes that you are studying.

Living and Working in Australia for students

There are a variety of student accommodations available, and while the cost varies depending on where you stay, you should be able to find one that fits your budget. There are facilities available for students on campus that range in price from $90 to $280 per week. Students can also choose homestay, which ranges in price from $235 to $325 per week. The cost is much higher if you live near popular places and city areas. 


While studying, International students can work part-time in Australia which makes it easier to handle their daily expenses. Students on a student visa are permitted to work up to 40 hours every two weeks. Retail, service, hospitality sectors, are the sectors that most students work in because they are paid per hour and the working hours are flexible for them. While looking for accommodations, students should evaluate the distance from their educational institute, the cost of living in the area, job opportunities in the nearby communities.

Complete guidance in Visa Process in Australia

In Australia before applying for Student Visa, you need to be enrolled in an educational institute. For this, all the past education qualifications should be provided with IELTS/ PTE scores as well. A Statement of Purpose (SOP) including all the personal information, reason for choosing Australia and in that particular educational institute, financial support from family, etc. should be written while applying for the colleges/ universities. Total assets of the family should also be shown. Once the offer letter is received from the educational institutions to which you applied, an email should be sent back to that educational institute. Once you show the financial ability to bear your living expense during the stay in Australia, COE (Confirmation of Enrolment) will be sent to you. International students should also apply for Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) as it is also mandatory so that student visa doesn’t get cancelled. It helps students with their medical bills while they are living in Australia.

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