Study abroad in


Oceanian universities offer a unique and exciting educational experience for international students. By studying abroad, you'll have the opportunity to learn about a new culture, meet new people, and gain valuable skills and knowledge that will benefit you throughout your life. Come explore the unique and amazing nature that can only be found in there! To live and study in Oceania – it's a dream come true for many people.

When are the Semester Start Dates?
Apart from the regular Semesters, you'll experience that Australia also uses 'Trimesters', which means they'll have 3 Semesters per year. In-take is all year round, so you can apply anytime for the following semesters. Usually the start dates in Australia are: Semester 1 – feb/mars, Semester 2 – july, Trimester: Semester 3 - November.
What does it cost to study?
Studying in Australia can have varying costs - on average, most Universities cost 10,000AUD per semester, but the ranking and quality of the Education definitely makes it worth it. The universities often have a page for need or merit-based scholarships, which can help lower the tuition fees significantly.
Do i need a Visa and Insurance?
For Australia you'll need a student Visa which is fast and easy to apply for on the official Immigration page. Additionally, students will need an Overseas Student Health Coverage (OSHC) which is an Insurance that covers any medical bills that a student might encounter. This is often organised by the University or the organisation for your trip.
What are the admissions Requirements?
Apart from the practicalities such as Visa and Insurance, students going to Australia will need to provide a proof of English Proficiency. This can be an English test such as Duolingo, TOEFL or IELTS, or may even be proof of proficiency through previous courses taken at University or High School level. The specific requirements depend on the University and Programme of Choice.
Can i apply for Scholarships?
Absolutely. Studying in Australia is an eligible topic to apply for Scholarships. Australian Universities often have a page for need and merit-based scholarships, that can partly or greatly reduce the tuition fees. Additionally, your home country may have Scholarships available for studying abroad, which means that the fees can become completely covered.