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Introduction- Australia is home to 700,000 international students and it is the third most popular international student destination in the world. It is one of the best higher education systems in the world and home to six of the world’s top 100 universities. Australian Government has invested over AUD $300m in scholarships for international students. Popular cities are comprise of Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane and Gold Coast where majority of the international student population is based. GO8 universities are the most prestigious universities of Australia ranked in 1% global ranking such as University of Melbourne, Australian National University, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of Western Australia, University of Adelaide, Monash University and UNSW Sydney. Australia is the best place for students aspiring to gain international qualification and work experience leading to PR. Also in response to Covid 19, Australian Education Providers, are responding to support students with a range of activities like fee waivers, hardships funds and food banks totaling more than $145m.
Cost- Australia offers wide range of tuition fees based on the type of courses and specialization you apply for. Undergraduate degree programs cost between AUD $ 20,000 to AUD $ 35,000 annually and Postgraduate degree programs cost between AUD $ 25,000 to AUD $ 45,000 annually.
Admissions requirement – Good academics, English proficiency score, personal statement and resume. Also to be noted that students can apply to Australian universities without any standardized tests which shall be discussed more in session.
Who should attend the webinar- Freshman students and working professionals who are looking to study, gain work experience and residency status in future.
What should attendees expect- Reasons to study in Australia, Admissions requirements for Australian universities, the application process, GTE requirement, admissions criteria, post-study job opportunities in Australia, popular streams in Australia, visa processing.