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Study in Australia

About Australia

Australia the smallest continent in the universe and formally known as the Commonwealth of Australia. It is the 6th largest country by total area , after Canada ,China ,USA, Brazil and Russia .Australia is an island bordered with Indonesia to the East ,New-Zeland to the South-East and the Solomon Island to the North-East .

Australia is an island with most of its people living about its shoreline.The centre part of Australia is mostly arid with very slight water. But in the North you can meet warm climate .Australia's estimated population is 24,096,200 that made it 52nd as most populous country in the world. Australia has a long history of farming that grow rice ,wheat and many types of fruits and vegetables . The people of Australia have cattle farms to produce milk and beef to export other neighbor countries . The constitution of Australia was as a established in 1901 and the parliament was started as a association of six states and two territories .

Canberra was elect as the capital of Australia and Sydney is the largest city of it. Australia is a well developed country of the world with world's 12th largest economy . Australia has an adult literacy rate that was approximate to be 99% in 2003 .

Why study in Australia

In Australia, you have the freedom to choose a path that suits your particular goals. There are thousands of courses on offer. Whichever course you choose, you’ll experience a unique kind of education. Studying in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking. You’ll learn to work as part of a team, to communicate effectively with others and to develop the practical skills and intellectual abilities you need for global success.
Most importantly, you’ll learn how to use your initiative. Your teachers will encourage you to think of original, practical solutions to real-world problems. Upon graduation, your qualification will make you highly sought after by Australian and international employers.
The Australian education system has a strong international reputation and is known for its effective structure and innovative policy developments. Many other countries, eager to improve their own education systems, turn to Australia for advice.
Australia is also one of the best places to live. It is a young, vibrant and friendly country in which students can live, learn and grow. So if you want a quality education and a good lifestyle, Australia’s the place to be.
The relationship of education to migration policy
You should undertake study in a field in which you intend to work once you graduate. You are strongly advised not to undertake studies in Australia with the sole purpose of obtaining a migration outcome. The student visa process is an entirely separate process to skilled migration and there is no guarantee that you will be eligible for skilled migration purely on the basis of having undertaken a course related to an occupation on the Skilled Occupations List (SOL).
The SOL is a list of skilled occupations that are in need in Australia comprising of four major groups: managers and administrators; professionals; associate professionals; and tradespersons and related workers.
The SOL can, and does, change in light of labour market needs in Australia. There is no guarantee that an occupation listed on the SOL at the time you begin your studies will still be on the SOL when you graduate.
The Australian Government wants a targeted, high-value, demand-driven, skilled migration program that is responsive to the needs of the Australian labour market. As these needs change rapidly, the skilled migration program will be adjusted accordingly.

Universities and colleges in Australia

1. Australian Catholic University
2. Australian Correspondence Schools
3. Australian Defence Force Academy
4. Australian International Hotel School
5. Australian National University
6. Barton Institute of Technical and Further Education
7. Bedford Business College
8. Bond University
9. Canberra College of Theology
10. Central Queensland University
11. Charles Sturt University
12. Claremont College
13. Collaborative Information Technology Research Institute
14. Curtin University, Western Australia
15. Deakin University
16. Edith Cowan University
17. Flinders University
18. Griffith University
19. James Cook University
20. La Trobe University
21. Macquarie University
22. Monash Mt Eliza Business School
23. Monash University
24. Murdoch University
25. Northern Territory University
26. Queens College
27. Queensland International Heritage College
28. Queensland University of Technology
29. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
30. School of Mines and Industries Ballarat
31. Southern Cross University
32. Swinburne University of Technology
33. Swinburne University of Technology, Lilydale Campus
34. Sydney Institute of Technology
35. University of Adelaide
36. University of Ballarat
37. University of Canberra
38. University of Melbourne
39. University of New England
40.University of New South Wales
41. University of Newcastle
42. University of Notre Dame Australia
43. University of Queensland
44. University of South Australia
45. University of Southern Queensland
46. University of Sydney
47. University of Tasmania
48. University of Technology, Sydney
49. University of Western Australia
50. University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury
51. University of Western Sydney, Macarthur
52. University of Western Sydney, Nepean
53. University of Wollongong
54. Victoria University of Technology

Student visa requirements

Student visa requirements
International students require a student visa in order to study in Australia. The process of applying for a student visa depends on which country you apply from and the type of study youre applying for. The student visa application process can be involved and for this reason, students in some countries apply for their student visa using the help of a registered Australian education agent.
For assistance in your application for a student visa, contact the Australian Governments Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) office nearest to you.
Changes to international student visa rules
In December 2010, the Australian Government conducted a review of the student visa program to recommend improvements to student visa rules and conditions. Known as the Knight Review, these recommendations aim to make studying in Australia easier for international students, while maintaining the integrity and quality of the existing student visa program.
These changes to student visa rules are detailed in the
• Stage One Knight Review Changes Fact Sheet (November 2011)
• Stage Two Knight Review Changes Fact Sheet (March 2012)
These fact sheets have been translated into several other languages.
The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) website provides a timetable of the visa rule changes that are part of Stage One of the Knight Review implementation.
The student visa process
The DIAC website also outlines the process for assessing and granting student visas and a visa wizard to help determine the type of visa to apply for. This is particularly useful for students who want to establish if they can study in Australia before they begin applying for courses. Higher Education Sector: Streamlined Visa Processing
Streamlined visa processing (SVP) arrangements now allow for faster, easier visa access for international students applying to most universities and partner programs. A list of universities participating in SVP and affiliated educational program partners is available here.

If you lodge a student visa application with a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) forBachelor, Masters or Doctoral degree level program from a university or education provider participating in SVP, you will benefit from reduced evidentiary requirements and faster visa processing times, regardless of your country of origin.

However, you must meet requirements for English-language proficiency and financial capacity and will have to satisfy the genuine temporary entrant requirement.

To find out more about how you can benefit from SVP, visit
http://www.immi.gov.au/students/students/573-0/applying.htm
http://www.immi.gov.au/students/_pdf/2011-university-sector-streamlined-processing.pdf

Embassy in india

High Commission of Australia in New Delhi, India
Australian Compound, No. 1/50 G Shantipath
Chanakyapuri
PO Box 5210
110-021
New Delhi
India
Phone:+91-11-41399900
Fax:+91-11-26885199
Email:austhighcom.newdelhi@dfat.gov.au
Website URL:www.ausgovindia.com

Useful Links

Australian Government non refundable visa fees if lodged offshore:
http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/990i.pdf
Australian Budget
http://www.budget.gov.au/
Education, Training, Employment and Workplace Information
www.deewr.gov.au
Careers Options and Job Requirements
www.jobguide.deewr.gov.au
Occupational Information
www.joboutlook.gov.au
Health Services Australia
http://www.healthoz.com.au/visa_medicals/index.html
Immigration Panel Doctors
http://www.immi.gov.au/contacts/panel-doctors/index.htm
MODL
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/skilled-occupations/occupations-in-demand.htm
AIM Skills Assessment
http://www.aim.com.au/migration/default.html
CPA Skills Assessment
http://www.cpaaustralia.com.au/cps/rde/xbcr/SID-3F57FECB-1AA864FE/cpa/qualification_brochure_070308.pdf
Engineers Australia Skills Assessment
http://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/quicklinks/quicklinks-2.cfm
TRA Skills Assessment
http://www.workplace.gov.au/workplace/Programmes/TRA/
ACS Skills Assessment
http://www.acs.org.au/index.cfm?action=show&conID=contactskill
Vetassess Skills Assessment
http://www.vetassess.com.au/
IELTS
http://www.ielts.org/
World Times
http://times.clari.net.au/
Currency Converter
http://www.xe.com/
Embassies in Australia
http://www.totaltravel.com.au/library/traveller/embassies
Weather in Australia
http://www.bom.gov.au/
FIRB
http://www.firb.gov.au/content/default.asp
ATO
http://www.ato.gov.au/

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