Australia is one of the most popular study abroad destination for Nepalese students. There are 43 universities around the country with at least one in each territory of Australia. It is sought-after destination for students due to its affordable and quality educational experience, healthy lifestyle and strong potential for career growth.
Australia is 9 th ranked in the university ranking system around the world. The top universities there provide over 22,000 over courses in diverse fields such as Medicine, Nursing, Engineering, Language, Business, Art, Social Sciences, and many more.
Below are some reasons why studying in Australia could be the right choice for you.
Standard of Living
The standard of living in Australia is quite high with developed cities, contemporary infrastructure, advanced health care services, proper transportation system, and further more facilities. Around 30 of the world’s best livable cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane are in Australia, so you will have a greater standard of living if you decide to study in an Australian university.
Safe student community
The Australian universities have to follow the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) law. The law protects the well-being of international students, increases the students’ quality of life, and also provides provision for accurate and current information about all international students.
Career growth opportunities
Australia allows students to work up to 20 hours a week, so you can cover your daily expenses and gain work experience during your university years. Furthermore, you can further work in Australia after your graduation with a
Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa.
Documents required to study in Australia
1. Academic documents such as school transcripts
2. IELTS/ TOEFL results
4. Financial Documentation (Loan, Proof of funds)
5. Identification card
6. Visa application form How can you apply to Australian universities?
1. Personalized career counselling
2. Offer process
3. Financial Documentation
4. GTE Approval Request sent to institutions.
5. GTE Approved and Payment Approved
6. No Objection Letter
7. Payment to institutions
8. COE (Certificate of Eligibility) Request/ Received
9. Lodge Visa Application
10. On Arrival Support in Australia
11. Ongoing Support from WI Education Consultancy
With our guidance, you can find the right institution, and complete the right requirements needed to study there.