Study in Australia

Australia is the largest island and the smallest continent in the world. It lies between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean. It is about 11,000 kilometers southwest of North America and 3,200 kilometers southeast of mainland Asia.

Australia is blessed with a climate that ranges from temperate to tropic. Situated in the Southern Hemisphere, its summer months are around Jan-Feb and their winter in June-July. The land supports a variety of natural geographical features- sandy beaches, rain forests, deserts, mountains, lakes and rivers. This is turn allows a plethora of flora and fauna to flourish. This large island sustains a wide range of animals – from the humble sheep and cattle to the exotic koalas, wallabies, kangaroos and pandas that are unique to this country.

On some occasions though, Australia is known to face natural calamities such as flash floods, earthquakes and very hot, dry spells that could lead to bush fires. It is for this very reason that the Australians are constantly fighting to ensure the environment is well looked after and not abused.

The present population of Australia is approximately 22.7 million. New South Wales is the most populous of the states. As is the case almost everywhere in the world, the urban population far outnumbers the rural numbers.

On an average, the Australians enjoy a very good standard of living further enhanced by a relaxed lifestyle giving equal importance to work and play. There is no dearth of educational and the employment opportunities to the right candidate and this ensures the standard is maintained.

Why study in Australia?

With only the US and UK ahead of it, Australia has the third largest number of international students studying there. For many students from all over the world, Australia is their first choice of English-speaking study destination. This is because Australian qualifications are world recognized and often lead to good job positions. The study costs are also comparable to the US & UK.

Our students already enrolled in:

  • IIBIT/Federation University
  • Navitas Group
    • Curtin College/University
    • La Trobe College/University
    • Deakin College/University
    • SIBT/Macquarie University
    • ECC/Edith Cowan University
  • Victorian Institute of Technology (VIT)
  • Wentworth Institute (WIN)
  • Shafston International college
  • Royal Gurkhas Institute of Technology
  • Southern Cross Educational Institute (SCEI)
  • St. Peter Institute
  • Queensland International Institute (QII)
  • Australian Technical College (ACT)
  • Pax Institute of Education
  • University of Tasmania (UTAS)
  • ATMC/Federation University
  • ATMC/University of Sunshine Coast
  • Charles Sturt University
  • Blue Mountain College
  • Australia Institute Of Business & Technology
  • ATMC/ Charles Darwin University
  • Southern Cross University
  • Central Queensland University
  • Pacific College Of Technology
  • Australian Catholic University
  • University Of Technology Sydney
  • University of Southern Queensland
  • James Cook University
  • Kaplan Business School
  • Institute of  Health & Nursing Australia
  • Martin College
  • Study Group
  • University of Wollongong
  • Australasian International Academy
  • Ransford College
  • Australian Institute of Higher Education
  • Murdoch University
  • Flinders University
  • Australian Harbour International College
  • Australian Health and Management Institute
  • Axis Institute
  • Engineering Institute of Technology
  • Australian Technical College Western Australia
  • Crown Institute of Business & Technology

We are the associate member of Association of Australian Education Representative in India (AAERI).