Australia is a friendly, adventurous and modern nation that welcomes international students and ranks fourth among the most popular destinations for international education across the world. The population comprises more than 130 nationalities, which also makes Australia one of the most multicultural countries in the world.
The Australian education system is highly respected for its structure and strict regulatory environment, which support and protect the interests of all international students. The result is a guaranteed, quality education that produces graduates who are highly sought after on the world stage.
Australia Admission Checklist
The main intake for all Australian Institutions is July. Every University opens admissions for all courses that they offer, for the July intake. There is also a Mid-year intake offered by some Australian Universities during November and February. It is important to keep in mind that, a university offering an intake in February might not necessarily offer all the courses that they have on the list, during the mid-year intake. Whether or not a University will offer a July intake can be found out on the university website, university brochures or from our career counselors. Some universities also follow November - summer intake. It is available only for a limited number of universities and limited courses.
The following checklist will be helpful while applying to a university in the Australia:
- Resume / Bio-data ( resume is mandatory for MBA)
- Statement of Purpose for masters programmes and especially for MBA programmes
- Graduation Degree Certificate / Provisional Certificate (if applying for PG)
- Transcripts of marks
- Standard 12 mark sheet
- Standard 10 mark sheet
- 2 Recommendation letters (out of which at least 1 should be academic, with the other being from the work place, if student is working)
Work experience letters (if applicable)
- IELTS / TOEFL/PTE scorecard (as proof of English proficiency) but for visa IELTS is mandatory
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- Portfolio of work must also be included, incase of application for courses in art / design etc.
- If you the student has more than 70% in English in the 10th and 12th standard we can request some universities for English test waiver but for the visa, one needs to sit the test get and obtain an over all band score of at least 5.0 for DIMIA purpose.
- For Diploma Programs IELTS overall band score of 5.5 is sufficient
- For most of the programmes IELTS overall score of 6 bands and above is mandatory
- For health related programmes mostly the band requirement is 6.5 and above
- Normal time taken for granting the masters admission is one week to two weeks (if all documents are submitted properly)
- For health-related programmes the may vary from one month to two months
- Admission is possible without IELTS score in hand and also with a pending provisional degree and transcripts but IELTS needs to be submitted before applying for a visa and provisional degree or any other conditions to be met before the enrolment into the institution.
- Work experience letters (if applicable)
- IELTS / TOEFL scorecard (as proof of English proficiency ) but for visa IELTS is mandatory
- Any other relevant certificates
- Portfolio of work must also be included, incase of application for courses in art/design etc.