Study Abroad in Australia

What if I told you there was a way to ease your anxiety about studying abroad, make your resume shine, and have the time of your life? All while earning college credit? You're probably thinking it's too good to be true, but studying abroad in Australia with us is all of that and more.
When are the Semester Start Dates?
Semester start dates in Australia vary slightly between universities, but generally, the first semester begins in late February or early March and ends in June or July. The second semester starts in late July or early August and ends in November or December. Some universities also offer trimester or summer/winter sessions. It's best to check with the specific institution for their semester dates and any additional study options.
What does it cost to study?
The cost of studying in Australia varies depending on the university and program of study. On average, international students can expect to pay between AUD 20,000 to AUD 45,000 per year for undergraduate programs, and between AUD 22,000 to AUD 50,000 per year for postgraduate programs. This cost includes tuition fees, living expenses, and other additional costs such as textbooks and insurance.
What type of Visa and Insurance do i need?
International students planning to study in Australia will need a Student Visa (subclass 500). This visa allows students to study full-time in a registered course in Australia for the duration of their program. Additionally, students must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) to cover medical and hospital costs while studying in Australia. It is important to apply for both the Student Visa and OSHC before departing for Australia. Students should also check with their chosen university for any additional visa requirements or recommendations.

What are the Admissions Requirements?
Admission requirements for studying in Australia include proof of English proficiency, completion of an Australian high school education equivalent, and meeting academic requirements for the chosen program. Some universities may also require additional documentation such as letters of recommendation or personal statements. It's important to check with the specific institution for their admission requirements.
Where can i apply for Scholarships?
Scandinavian, German and Dutch students can apply for financial aid in the form of governmental loans and scholarships. If you live outside the mentioned countries, you can always apply for scholarships offered to international students by the university.