Australia is a grant country with a welcoming multicultural society and unique lifestyle. It is a land of beauty and contrast. It offers cosmopolitan cities and some of the best beaches in the world apart from the vast deserts. The capital of Australia is Canberra, but the commercial capital is Sydney, which is famous for the wonderful harbour and is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Other major cities include Melbourne, perth, gold coast & Adelaide. Population is concentrated in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane.

  • There are around 40 Universities including state funded & private Universities, apart from tafe institutions & private colleges offering various courses.
  • Academic year commences in February & July each year with same institutions offering September & November intake as well. Apart from other requirements IELTS exam is one of the mandatory requirements for admission & visa processing.
Career Counselling
IELTS & TOFEL Coaching
Admission Fomalities
Bank Loan Assistance
Pre Departure
  • Students are allowed to work part time during semesters & full time during vacations. Upon completion of the course they might be eligible to apply for permanent residence visa depending on the immigration policy.
  • Tuition fees range from approximate AUD 10000 – AUD 24000 p.a apart from living cost of AUD 10000/-



While overseas study is expensive, Australia is more affordable than most other destinations and offers a high standard of quality education, excellent living condition and a tolerant multicultural society. Australia's Higher Education Institutions rank among the world's best and the quality of education they offer is correspondingly high.
Higher education in Australia provides value for money by offering shorter and more intensive courses, they quickly incorporate latest innovations in science & technology, modern trends in marketing & management in their diploma/degree programs, hence Australian education is more practical and responsive to the needs of Trade & Industry.

Australia seems to be high on the list for many reasons:


Indian 12+3 is acceptable for masters degree.
Duration for the masters courses is between 1, 1.5 to 2 yrs.
Competitive costs for tuitions and living in comparison to other developed countries. Like USA, UK etc.
Australian education is recognized world wide from US to NZ.
High Standard of education in international terms, good research facilities available with state of the art equipment.
Visa process is straightforward and fair.
Currently over 40000 Indian Students in Australia.
Australian universities are members of an International Academic community and academic staff are frequently recruited on an international basis.
Australian academics and graduates are keenly recruited into institutions overseas, indicating a measure of Quality Education.
Safe country with pleasant climate and a stable democracy


Courses :

    • Humanities: English, Philosophy, History, Foreign, Language Studies, Communications, Psychology
    • Education: Education Studies, Teaching, Early Childhood, Special Education
    • Social Studies: Geography, Behavioral Studies, Welfare And Counseling, Spot And Recreation, Sociology
    • Mathematics And Computing: Mathematics And Statistics, Computer Based Information System, Computer Science
    • Science: Science Pharmacology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Biotechnology
    • Visual And Performing Arts: Art, Graphic Arts, Fashion Design, Crafts, Performing Arts, Music
    • Engineering: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Structural, Mechanical, Automotive, Aeronautical, Mining, Industrial, General Engineering, Computer, Telecommunications, Macaronis, Polymer, Environmental
    • Business Administration And Law: Economics, Accounting, Commerce, Management, Administration, Marketing, Finance, HR
    • Health Sciences: Nursing, Nutrition, Medical science, Environmental Health, Optometry, Dentistry, Personal And Family Health Care, Pharmacy, Veterinary Science, Public Health, Physiotherapy.
    • Agriculture: Agriculture, Forest, Horticulture
    • Hospitality & Tourism: Hotel Management, Tourism Management, Commercial Cookery.


There are 39 universities ranging in size from around 3,000 students to 50,000 students - 37 of these are government run. Australian universities offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs in traditional and modern subject areas such as innovative courses in IT, electronic business and science. Australian academics have won prestigious awards, including several Nobel Prizes, and are involved in ground-breaking research. Many students are also high achievers and have won international prizes and awards. There are many advantages to studying in Australian universities. They give you an international education through international staff, students, curricula, agreements and research. They offer cutting-edge technology and have strong ties with research bodies and industry, allowing you to keep up to date with the latest developments.

Government & Laws:


The Commonwealth of Australia is a constitutional democracy based on a federal division of powers. The form of government used in Australia is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government. There are three branches of government: The legislature: the Commonwealth Parliament, comprising the Queen, the Senate, and the House of Representatives; the Queen is represented by the Governor-General, who by convention acts on the advice of his or her Ministers. The executive: the Federal Executive Council (the Governor-General as advised by the Executive Councillors); in practice, the councillors are the Prime Minister and Ministers of State. The judiciary: the High Court of Australia and other federal courts. Appeals from Australian courts to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the United Kingdom ceased when the Australia Act was passed in 1986.


Geography & Climate:


Australia is the flattest continent, with the oldest and least fertile soils, and is the driest inhabited continent. Climate change has become an increasing concern in Australia in recent years. Despite this beneficial effect of Climate Change, Water restrictions are currently in place in many regions and cities of Australia in response to chronic shortages resulting from urban population increases and localised drought. Culture & Population:

The primary basis of Australian culture has been Anglo-Celtic, although distinctive Australian features soon arose from the unique environment of country and the pre-existing indigenous culture. Over the past 50 years, Australian culture has been strongly influenced by American popular culture (particularly television and cinema), large-scale immigration from non-English-speaking countries and Asian neighbours. Australian literature, cinema, opera, music, painting, theatre, dance, and crafts have achieved international recognition.

Economy & Education:


The Australian dollar is the currency of the Commonwealth of Australia, including Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and Norfolk Island, as well as the independent Pacific Island states of Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu. The Australian Securities Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange are the largest stock exchanges in Australia. The largest export markets of Australia are Japan, China, the US, South Korea and New Zealand.


Health & Sports:

Sport plays an important part in Australian culture, assisted by a climate that favours outdoor activities; 23.5% Australians over the age of 15 regularly participate in organised sporting activities. At an international level, Australia has strong teams in cricket, field hockey, netball, rugby league, and rugby union, and it performs well in cycling, rowing, and swimming. Nationally, other popular sports include Australian rules football, horse racing, soccer, and motor racing.Major international events held in Australia include the Grand Slam Australian Open tennis tournament, international cricket matches, and the Formula One Australian Grand Prix.


Home | About Us | Services | Why Abroad | Enquiry | Conact Us