Study in Australia


About Australia

About Australia

Australia, officially known as the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands. It is the largest country in Oceania and the world’s sixth-largest country by total area. Australia’s capital is Canberra, and its largest city is Sydney. Consists of total six states: Western Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and three internal territories: the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), the Northern Territory, and the Jervis Bay Territory. The country’s other major metropolitan areas are Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide. 

Australia is a highly developed country, with the world’s 14th-largest economy. It has a high-income economy, with the world’s tenth-highest per capita income. It is a regional power and has the world’s 13th-highest military expenditure.  Immigrants account for 30% of the population, the highest proportion in any country with a population over 10 million. Having the third-highest human development index and the eighth-highest ranked democracy globally, the country ranks highly in quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, civil liberties, and political rights, with all its major cities faring well in global comparative livability surveys. Australia is a member of the United Nations, G20, Commonwealth of Nations, ANZUS, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), World Trade Organization, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Pacific Islands Forum, and the ASEAN Plus Six mechanism.


Capital Canberra
Largest city Sydney
Official languages None
National Language English
Demonym Australian, Aussie

  • Upper house
  • Lower house

  • Senate
  • House of Representatives
Density 2.8/km2, 7.3/sq mi
Currency Australian Dollar ($) (AUD)
Time zone- Summer (DST) (UTC+8 to +10.5)(UTC+8 to +11.5)
Date format DD-mm-yyyy
Calling code +61
ISO 3166 code AU
Internet TLD .au
  • Name: Commonwealth of Australia
  • Government: Democracy
  • Population: 25 million (2020)
  • Urban Population: 90%
  • Capital: Canberra with 450,000 people (2020)
  • Language: English
  • Unemployment: 12%
  • Currency: 1 Australian dollar ($) = 100 cents
  • Religion: mainly Christians
  • Time zones: 3
  • National Symbols: Golden wattle (flower), opal (gemstone), green and gold (colours) and the Commonwealth Star (a seven-pointed star)
  • National Animals: Kangaroo, emu
  • National Holiday: 26 January (Australia Day)
  • National Anthem: Advance Australia Fair
Why study in Australia?

Why study in Australia?

  • Top Quality of Universities

Australia is home to 43 universities in total, with 40 Australian, two international and one private university. It’s a case of quality as well as quantity, with six Australian universities ranking in the internationally renowned top 100.

  • Top work opportunities for international students with high employment rate

With the Australian Student Visa, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week during the semester. During semester breaks you could even work full time. Get 2-year post study work visa and 3 years post study work visa in regional cities. Just search for student jobs on the internet, like for example SEEK. This is one of the most used job platforms in Australia. 

Australia is ranked 4th among the 42 countries in the Asia–Pacific region, and its overall score is substantially higher than the regional and world averages. Australia’s Maximum unemployment rate is 11.20 and lowest is 4.0, which shows the highest employment rate.

  • Get Hands on training hassle free

Many Australian universities offer practical projects, internships or work opportunities to their students. You can easily get working exposure.

  • Known for its latest Technology and Innovations

Australia has a reputation for adopting new technologies at a faster rate than in most other countries and enters the new millennium with one of the highest rates of internet access in the world. Facilities for teaching, training and research are world-class in terms of state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms, outstanding libraries and modern technology.

  • Improve English Speaking Skill

While you study in Australia you will get the chance to improve your English skills. Since English is the official language of the country, you can communicate in English with everybody – in the supermarket, in your free time, at the university. You can easily fulfill the bands requirement during applying your permanent residence.

  • Cultural Diversity

Australia is a vibrant, multicultural country. Australia is home to the world’s oldest continuous cultures, as well as Australians who identify with more than 270 ancestries. Since 1945, almost seven million people have migrated to Australia. This rich, cultural diversity is one of their greatest strengths. It is central to national identity.

  • The Great Outdoors and tropical weather

Australia’s seasons are at opposite times to those in the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring. 

Australia is famous for its diverse terrain. If you’re a beach lover, you are spoiled for choice with thousands of kilometers of pristine coast to choose from. Bushwalking or kayaking are often achievable within a day trip.

Education System of Australia

Education System of Australia

Compared to other countries education is globally recognized. The Australian education system is distinguished from many other countries by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The AQF was established in 1995 and is a national policy that covers qualifications from the tertiary education sector (higher education, vocational education and training) in addition to the school leaving certificate, called the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.

Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act

The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) framework protects the rights of international students studying in Australia, including:

  • Your right to receive, before enrolling, current and accurate information about the courses, fees, modes of study, and other information from your institution and your institution’s agent.
  • Your right to sign a written agreement with your institution before paying fees, setting out the services to be provided, fees payable, and information about refunds of course money. Make sure to keep a copy of your written agreement.
  • The Tuition Protection Service (TPS) is a placement and refund service for international students, which is activated in the event that your institution is unable to teach your course.

The institutions’ responsibilities

The ESOS framework sets out the standards that Australian education providers must meet in offering education and training services to international students. ESOS and the National Code also outlines the responsibility of providers in managing their education agent network. These standards cover a range of information you have a right to know and services that must be offered to you, including:

  • Orientation and access to support services to help you study and adjust to life in Australia.
  • Contact details of officers available to help international students.
  • If you can apply for course credit.
  • When your enrollment can be deferred, suspended or cancelled.
  • What your institution’s requirements are for satisfactory progress in the courses you study and what support is available if you are not progressing well.
  • If attendance will be monitored for your course.
  • A complaints and appeals process.

Your responsibilities

As an overseas student on a student visa, you have responsibilities to:

  • Satisfy your student visa conditions.
  • Maintain your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the period of your stay.
  • Meet the terms of the written agreement with your institution.
  • Inform your institution if you change your address.
  • Maintain satisfactory course progress.
  • If attendance is recorded for your course, follow your institution’s attendance policy.
  • If you are under 18, maintain your approved accommodation, support and general welfare arrangements.
Course Information

Course Information

Courses offered in Australia for international students and its intakes.

Schools (only for domestic students or with permanent residence)

  • Length – 13 years in total (Kindergarten/Preparatory to Year 12)
  • Semesters – 4 (usually called terms’)
  • Starts – Late January/early February

Foundation (offered for International students)

  • Length – 1 year (some may be longer)
  • Semesters – The semester breaks will depend on your course
  • Starts – February but can vary by course and institutions

Vocational Education and Training (offered for International students)

  • Length – 1 to 4 years
  • Semesters – Two
  • Starts – February, but can vary by course and institutions

Undergraduate (offered for International students)

  • Length – Typically 3 years (4 years for honours degree)
  • Semesters – Two, although some institutions offer three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts – Typically March, but can vary by course and institution

Postgraduate (offered for International students)

  • Length – 1 to 2 years
  • Semesters – Two, although some institutions offer three semesters (trimesters)
  • Starts – Typically March, but can vary by course and institution

Doctoral (offered for International students)

  • Length – 3 years (plus 1 year for review)
  • Semesters – As most doctoral candidates do not attend class, there are usually no formal semesters
  • Starts – Start dates are negotiated with PhD supervisor

English Language Programs (offered for International students)

  • Length – From 5 weeks to 1 year
  • Semesters – The year is split into weeks
  • Starts – Throughout the year

What is Course credits and exemptions?

Course credits for prior learning can allow you to build on what you have already studied.

In Australia, you can apply to use course credits you have already earned to build on your studies.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), or credit transfer, refers to the recognition of previous informal and formal training, work experience, professional development, professional licensing and examinations, and other work-based education and training. Credit transfer is available in both undergraduate and postgraduate programs, at the discretion of the institution. Credit can also be given for previous vocational education and training (VET) studies.

Australia has a system to recognize qualifications from other countries. The Australian Government organization National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition (NOOSR) helps Australian institutions to recognize qualifications from overseas, allowing for recognition of your previous studies.

Below is a brief explanation of the difference between credits and exemptions.


You need an overall number of units or subjects during a course to earn your qualification.

If you bring work or study experience from somewhere else, your new provider may allow credit that contributes to your total, so you don’t have to repeat classes.


An exemption also means you’re excused from attending a unit or subject.

If you get an exemption rather than a credit, you might have to take another unit or subject to earn credits and contribute to your overall qualification.

How do you get a course credit or exemption?

The requirements and process vary by institution and course, but generally details of your work experience can be anything that proves your experience – from a workplace reference to a published work. Study experience will usually be an academic transcript or qualification documents from your last education institution, as well as a description of the curriculum you covered.

Once you have decided on a preferred course and institution, contact one of their course specialists or admissions team and tell them about your study plan. They will be able to give advice about the best education pathway that allows for credits or exemptions and suits your goals.

How to transfer institute or course if you are an international student?

There are a number of things to organize and check before you make the decision to change either your course of study or your institution.

Contact student support services on campus or other advisors for help and advice.

You must check your student visa requirements and ensure you follow the correct procedures to maintain your visa. It’s important that you do not assume that the advice you get from friends, fellow students or education agents is correct. Make sure to keep a copy of any course cancellation and enrolment paperwork.

Remember, if you change your institution or course at any time you must contact the Department of Home Affairs and provide an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) certificate from your new institution.

Changing your course

If you want to change to a new course at the same institution you are currently studying and at the same level of qualification, you do not need to apply for a new student visa unless your current visa is about to expire.

Changing your level of qualification

If you want to change your level of qualification, for example from a Diploma to a Bachelor Degree, you may need to apply for a new student visa because your visa subclass may change. Visit the Department of Home Affairs website for more information.

Changing your institution

If you are thinking of moving to a different institution, speak with your current institution for information on doing this. In most circumstances the new institution will be restricted from enrolling you if you have not completed a minimum six months of the main course of study (at your current institution) for which your visa was granted.



Diploma leading to Bachelors & Bachelor Degree :– 

In best four subjects – CBSE/ICSE – 55%, State Board – 60%, PSEB /HSEB – 65%

Master Degree :– 

Minimum 65% from Section 1 and Section 2 University

Minimum 70% from Section 3 University

Backlog Accepted – Maximum 10 for 3 years degree and maximum 20 backlog for 4 years degree

English Language Requirements


  • Bachelor – 6.0 bands (No less than 6.0 bands in each module)
  • Master Degrees – 6.5 bands (No less than 6.0 bands in each module)

Please note for Doctorate/Nursing as per university requirement increases*



Main Intakes:

  • February
  • June/July
  • November (offered in some universities)

Please note there other intakes like January & June

EAP Intake:

  • March/April
  • May
  • October/November
Admission Process

Admission Process


Australia Student Admission Checklist

  • Passport
  • Academic (S.S.C, H.S.C/Diploma, Bachelors Marksheet, Transcript, Degree, Backlog Summary)
  • Work Experience (If applicable) (Salary slips, Form 16/ITR, Salary Statement)*
  • IELTS/PTE/TOEFL Score Sheet
  • Marriage Certificate & Marriage Photos (If applicable)
  • Spouse Academic (If applicable)
  • Spouse Experience Details (ITR)*
  • Family Details (D.O.B, relationship, Occupation)
  • ID Proofs of Applicant




About ATMC

As a frontrunner in international education, the Australian Technical & Management College (ATMC) provides a pathway for international students seeking higher education in the fields of Business and Management in Australia and abroad.

First established in the Indian subcontinent, ATMC has evolved into a flourishing nationally recognized educational institution in association with two leading Australian universities that specialize in the fields of information technology and business: Federation University, VIC & NSW, Australia (Fed) and Western Sydney University, NSW, Australia (WSU).

The college has campuses in Melbourne and Sydney, offering a range of innovative courses designed to prepare students for the global workforce.

Our campuses are located in some of the most liveable and culturally diverse cities in the world, so our students are guaranteed an unforgettable international study experience. ATMC campuses are warm and inviting, and specifically catered to support students studying abroad.

Offer a range of degrees that are delivered in a personalized and practical learning environment with a strong focus on global industry connections. ATMC students graduate with the skills, knowledge and relevant industry experience necessary to make a significant impact on the world.

Quality Courses

ATMC, in association with Fed and WSU, offers an exciting collection of bachelor degrees, associate degrees, graduate diplomas, master degrees in Information Technology and Information Systems and bachelor and master degrees in Business and Accounting. There is an absolute commitment to keeping the degree programs offered up-to-date at all times and relevant to the industry environment nationally and internationally. At the ATMC the class sizes are small so that students enjoy the learning experience and don’t get lost in the crowd. Staff is accessible. At the ATMC students are a name, not just a number. In fact, academic and administrative staff get to know the students.

Modern Equipment

Resources are put back into the College to develop facilities and services that benefit students. The College employs contemporary technology in all aspects of the business, delivery, and services.

Excellent Teaching

Classrooms are spacious, fully air-conditioned and inviting. The classrooms are equipped with technologically up to date learning and teaching equipment and resources. The ATMC is dedicated to providing the latest and best hardware and software solutions for all students.  From diverse operating systems (such as XP, Linux, and UNIX) to high-end applications software (such as .NET, Java Enterprise, Case Tools etc). ATMC provides training in all of these areas. All labs are equipped with high-end HP servers, Database management solutions, latest multimedia workstations and wireless devices.

Student Mentors

At the ATMC, recognize that students might need additional help with their academic studies. So, at ATMC, they assign mentors to each of our students. This offering is open to all ATMC students, free of charge, whereby they are able to work with high-performing, more senior students, who act as their mentors. These mentors, students with specialized knowledge who have excelled academically, are employed to assist students, whether individually or in small study groups.

Job Placement Assistance

At the ATMC we provide job placement assistance in which complete guidance is provided in terms of resume preparation, mock interviews, etc.


The Business School
Course Course Code Location 2020

Annual Fee


Duration (Years)
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) CRICOS Code : 044114D Sydney 25,500 3 years
Graduate Certificate of Management CRICOS Code: 085207D Sydney 28,000 1 Year
Graduate Certificate of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085206E Sydney 28,000 1 Year
Graduate Diploma of Management CRICOS Code: 085208C Sydney 28,000 1.5 Year
Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085209B Sydney 28,000 1.5 Years
Master of Business Administration (Health Service Management) CRICOS Code: 085623K Sydney 28,400 2 years
Master of Business Administration (International Business) CRICOS CODE : 0100319 Sydney 28,400 2 Years
Master of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085211G Sydney 28,400 2 Years


Faculty of Science & Technology
Course Course Code Location 2020

Annual Fee


Duration (Years)
Bachelor of Information Technology CRICOS Code : 074009A Sydney 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Business Information Systems) CRICOS Code : 092106F Sydney 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile App Development) CRICOS Code : 092109C Sydney 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Security) CRICOS Code : 092055A Sydney 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development) CRICOS Code : 092108D Sydney 24,300 3 years
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics) CRICOS CODE : 095031G Sydney 25,500 1.5 Years
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Software Engineering) CRICOS CODE : 080506M Sydney 25,500 1.5 Years
Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics) CRICOS CODE : 095030G Sydney 26,100 2 Years
Master of Technology (Research) CRICOS code: 088662A Sydney 25,500 2 years
Master of Technology (Software Engineering) CRICOS CODE : 080497G Sydney 26,100 2 Years


The Business School
Course Course Code Location 2020

Annual Fee


Duration (Years)
Bachelor of Business CRICOS Code : 039579B Melbourne 25,500 3 years
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) CRICOS Code : 044114D Melbourne 25,500 3 years
Graduate Certificate of Management CRICOS Code: 085207D Melbourne 28,000 1 Year
Graduate Certificate of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085206E Melbourne 28,000 1 Year
Graduate Diploma of Management CRICOS Code: 085208C Melbourne 28,000 1.5 Year
Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085209B Melbourne 28,000 1.5 Years
Master of Business Administration (Health Service Management) CRICOS Code: 085623K Melbourne 28,400 2 years
Master of Business Administration (International Business) CRICOS CODE : 0100319 Melbourne 28,400 2 Years
Master of Professional Accounting CRICOS Code: 085211G Melbourne 28,400 2 Years


Faculty of Science & Technology
Course Course Code Location 2020

Annual Fee


Duration (Years)
Bachelor of Information Technology CRICOS Code : 074009A Melbourne 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Business Information Systems) CRICOS Code : 092106F Melbourne 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile App Development) CRICOS Code : 092109C Melbourne 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Networking and Security) CRICOS Code : 092055A Melbourne 24,300 3 years
Bachelor of Information Technology (Software Development) CRICOS Code : 092108D Melbourne 24,300 3 years
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics) CRICOS CODE : 095031G Melbourne 25,500 1.5 Years
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Software Engineering) CRICOS CODE : 080506M Melbourne 25,500 1.5 Years
Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems and Business Analytics) CRICOS CODE : 095030G Melbourne 26,100 2 Years
Master of Technology (Research) CRICOS code: 088662A Melbourne 25,500 2 years
Master of Technology (Software Engineering) CRICOS CODE : 080497G Melbourne 26,100 2 Years




The limiting factor for the Indian students, who wish to study a quality Australian undergraduate program, is the time & money required to pursue their educational programs.

The Abroad Unified Pathway Program (AUPP) allows you to undertake the first year of your International Bachelor’s Program in the comfort of your home country & then complete the remaining two years of your Bachelor’s Program in Australia/New Zealand. 

Benefits of AUPP

  • Saves next 1 year due to Covid 19 Situation (Stay with your parents until situation gets normal)
  • Saves 7.5 lacs in first year
  • Earn while study.
  • Get two years’ work permit after course
  • Be an Australian student in India.
  • Online Study with expert faculty (IT or Business)

How do you save 1 year?

AUPP Way Direct Way
Make Passport

IELTS Preparation

Confirmed Admission


Student Loan

Visa Process done by AUPP Australia

Make Passport

IELTS Preparation

Confirmed Admission


Student Loan

Visa Process done by local consultant

Pay 1 year Tuition Fees

Approx. 5000 AUD (2.5 Lacs)

Save 7.5 Lacs

Pay 1 year Tuition Fees

Approx. 20,000 AUD (10 Lacs)

Save 0 

Negligible cost of living

(Food, Accommodation, Travel)

Cost of Living for 1 year 

Approx 21,500 AUD (10,75,000 INR)

Join Second Year in 2021

Students save 1 year + 18,25,000 INR

Join First Year in 2021

Saves Nothing.

Worthy Pathway

With AUPP Pathway, you can begin your course in your home country and then through the transfer of your credits after a year, you can continue your studies in Australia/New Zealand. 

Work while you Study

Enrolled students on a student visa can work 40 hours per fortnight during their academic terms and unlimited hours during their term breaks. Taking advantage of this can ease off a lot of financial burden of the students.

Comfortable Travel

Students travel to the destination country in a group along with friends so that no one feels overwhelmed. Thriving in a new environment becomes a lot more comfortable with familiar faces around right from the beginning.

Post Study Work Permit

This is one of the biggest advantages of this program. Eligible students who complete their bachelor’s degree in Australia/New Zealand are eligible for a post study work visa.

Courses Offered at AUPP

Cost of Study

Cost of Study



1 TUTION FEES   15,000 – 18,000 7,50,000 – 9,00,000
2 MEDICAL FEES 80 4000
3 OVERSEAS STUDENT HEALTH COVER 1500 – 2000 75,000 – 1,00,000
5 VISA FEES 625  31,250
6 TRAVEL EXPENSE 2000  1,00,000
7 Approx Total Expense 21,205 10,50,000

Acceptable Financial Checklist

(Note: 6 months old funds with no recent transactions, Nationalized Bank only, please provide Gujarati to English translated documents (if applicable))*

  • Bank Saving Statements (last 3 months)
  • Fixed Deposit (1 year old)
  • Education Loan (Mortgaged property valuation, Disbursement Letter, Loan Account Statement)*
  • ITR (Last 3 years)
  • Land Documents (7,12,8A)
  • Valuation
  • Business Registration (GHUMASTA DHARA) (if applicable)
  • ID Proofs of all sponsors (Pan Card & Aadhar Card)
  • Sponsor Affidavits (Format will be provided)

Cost of living

The Department of Home Affairs has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa for Australia.

  • For students or guardians – AUD$21,041
  • For partners coming with you – AUD$7,362
  • For a child coming with you – AUD$3,152

Fund you require to prove.

(Please note the below amount is approximately calculated, it may differ as per university fees and embassy on day requirements.)

1 Year Fees 30000
1 Year Living Expense + 21500
Overseas students health cover + 2000
Travel Expense + 2000
(30,00,000 INR) 55500 AUD


All applications and enquiries for scholarships are made through the scholarship provider.

The major scholarships programs available for international students are:

Australia Awards

The Australia Awards aim to promote knowledge, education links, and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through Australia’s extensive scholarship programs. The program brings together scholarships offered by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT), the Department of Education and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). Read more about Australia Awards.

Destination Australia

The Destination Australia Program (DAP) is the Australian Government’s new mobility program for domestic and international students to study in regional Australia. Over 1000 scholarships will be available each year to support both domestic and international students studying at regional campus locations in qualifications from a Certification IV level and above. Australian tertiary institutions will be able to apply for scholarships of up to $15,000 per student, per year.

Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP)

From 1 January 2017 the Research Training Program (RTP) replaced the International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) program. Find out more about the Research Training Program at the Department of Education website. Applications for these scholarships are made directly to a participating university.

Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowship

The Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowships are open to high-achieving female researchers from APEC economies for research opportunities in partnership with Australian education and research institutions. The fellowships aim to support women’s economic empowerment in the APEC region and raise the profile of female role models in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Read more about the Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowship.

Provider scholarships

Australian education providers regularly offer scholarships to qualifying international students, based on academic merit. Consult with the admissions team or international office at the provider you are applying to for further advice and information.

Work Options

Work Options

As an international student working in Australia, you have the same protections as any Australian in the workplace. Here are some things you need to know.

  • Work hours: Remember – as an international student you can work up to 40 hours every two weeks during term time, and unlimited hours during your holiday breaks. It is important you keep to this limit – it is what you agreed to when you were given your student visa.
  • Your pay: Australia has a minimum wage. You must be paid at least this amount – it’s the law!
  • Paying tax: If you’re working in Australia, you might need to pay tax depending on how much you earn. Get a Tax File Number (TFN) before starting work. Give your TFN to your boss to make sure you do not pay more tax than you should. Only apply for a TFN once – it is yours for life!
  • Payslips: In Australia, you must get a payslip within one working day of getting paid. Normally, workers get paid weekly, fortnightly (every two weeks) or monthly. The payslip is an important document.
  • Casual work: In Australia, you will find many casual roles. In casual work, you don’t have a fixed number of hours every week. This means you can manage your own time better.

Post Study Work Visa (Temporary Graduate (Subclass 485))

  • This visa allows eligible international students who have completed an Australian education to stay in Australia to gain work experience.
  • You can work in Australia for a period of 18 months and up to 4 years, depending on your qualification.
  • This visa does not restrict the type of work you may do or the number of hours you may work.
  • Applications for this visa must be made in Australia and you must hold an eligible student visa in the last 6 months.
  • You must meet Australian study, English proficiency, health insurance, health and character requirements.
  • You must meet the specific requirements of the stream in which you are applying for this visa.
Visa Procedure

Visa Procedure

To apply for Visa you must have Confirmation of Enrolment from Australian Education Provider, for student visa you have to apply for Student Visa Subclass 500.

Student visa (Subclass 500)

All of the following types of study are included on this visa. For more information about student visas, visit Department of Home Affairs:

  • independent ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students)
  • schools (primary and secondary)
  • secondary school exchange program
  • vocational education and training (VET)
  • higher education
  • postgraduate research
  • non-award courses
  • international students sponsored by the Department of Foreign Affairs or Defence.

Pre Departure

Once you have been accepted to study at an institution and have received confirmation of your student visa, the next step is to start planning for your arrival.

Here is a checklist to help you plan your departure:

  • Passport and Visa – Check that your passport is valid for at least 6 months prior to your entry into Australia, and that you have all your visa documentation. It is also a good idea to make copies of your passport in case you lose your passport.
  • Student enrolment and orientation documents – You will need your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) and student information pack, which you will have received from your institution.
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) – This is a requirement for entry to Australia, so make sure you have your health cover policy arranged before you leave home.
  • Travel Insurance – You should also consider travel insurance, which covers things your OSHC may not – such as cancelled flights, lost documents, dental or optical care, etc.
  • Airfares – Make sure you are aware of the date and time of your flight. Keep your flight details in a safe and secure place, with your passport and visa.
  • Contact details – You may want to have a list of emergency contact details for family, as well as your embassy, accommodation and institution details. If you have used an education agent, keep their contact details on you, in case you need to contact them once you arrive in Australia.
  • Australian currency – There are money exchange places available at Australian airports and in cities, but it is recommended to have some Australian currency on you prior to leaving your home country.
  • Transport from the airport – Whether you are taking public transport, a taxi, or you are being picked up from the airport by your education provider, it is important that you have all the details including the time, the route and, if your travel has been arranged by your institution, their contact details. If you need a map to assist you in getting to your accommodation from the airport, they will be available at the airport, or you can print one prior to leaving.
  • Accommodation details – Make sure you have the address of where you will be staying as well as their phone number and payment confirmation (if you have already paid for your accommodation).

Customs and Border Protection

You need to be aware of what you cannot bring into Australia and therefore what you should not pack. It is illegal to carry (or use) drugs including marijuana, cannabis, heroin, cocaine and amphetamines in and out of Australia. There are a number of items that you must declare upon your arrival in Australia including:

  • Firearms, weapons and ammunition.
  • Currency amounts of A$10,000 (or foreign equivalent).
  • Some medicines.

You should also be aware that as a routine part of their work, Australian Border Force officers may question travellers at any time, and trained dogs may also be used to detect illegal drugs or prohibited imports. If you are in doubt, declare your goods or ask an Australian Border Force officer for advice. Declaring goods does not necessarily mean your baggage will be examined.

People who deliberately break Australian Customs and Border Protection regulations could be fined or taken to court. You can also find information at the Department of Home Affairs website.

Packing List

Below is a list of items to buy when you arrive and are settled in Australia, and the items to bring with you.

Buy in Australia:

Laptop/laptop bag Winter jacket
Winter boots Winter clothes
Sweaters Thermal wear

Bring these items with you:

Clothing & Shoes:

T-shirts (round neck): 3-6 Undergarments: 15 pairs minimum (very important)
T-shirts (collard): 3-4 Shorts/three fourths: 1-3
Sweater: 1-2 good warm ones Swimming trunks: 1
Jeans (blue/black): 6-7 Track pants: 2-3
Formal shirts: 3 Socks: 6-7 pairs
Formal trousers: 2 Belt for jeans: 1
Formal suit: 1 complete set (blazer) Leather belts: 1-2
Ties: 2-3 Sports shoes: 1 pair
Formal leather shoes: 1 pair Sneakers (optional): 1 pair
One traditional dress for festivals Woodland all-weather shoes: 1 pair
A light jacket Flip-flops: 1 pair for summer and spring


Towels: 3 Sunglasses: 1 pair
Hand towels: 3-4 A good umbrella
Pillow covers: 3 A wallet for passport
Bed sheets: 2 A good wallet (leather): 1
Blanket: 1 (optional) Handkerchiefs: 12 nos.
A small table clock with alarm functionality Monkey cap: 1
India pin to Canadian pin converters: 2-3 Decent wrist watch
Shoe polish: 1 (don’t get liquid) An extra battery for your wrist watch
Shoe polishing brush: 1 A scientific calculator (very important): 1
Hawaii slippers: 1 pair for wearing inside Blank DVD’s: 4-5

Utensils and Food Items:

plate: 1 Serving spoons (of various sizes): 3-4
Knives: 3-4 Vegetable chopping board: 1
glasses/tumblers: 3 spoons: 3-4
Butter knives: 2 forks: 2
Water bottle (preferably Tupperware): 1

Specialized food items from your home country, see example below:

Ready to eat paste: 5-6 bottles minimum Rice 3-4kg for initial use
Maggi: 10-12 (minimum) Pickles: 3-4 bottles
All dals that you use in cooking: 2 kg each Some snacks – how much ever you want, for the initial days
All powders: chili, garam masala, rasam, sambard, asafetida, other powders you use –

0.5 to 1kg each

Some homemade sweets for yourself as well for seniors you need favors from.
Salt and sugar: 0.5 kg each Papads: 2-3 packs
Tamarind – 1kg Ginger-garlic paste: 2 bottles

Stationary Items:

Pens: 3-4 Notebooks: 2-3
Pencils: 3-4 Erasers: 3
Sharpeners: 3 Key chains: 2
Staple machine: 1 Pins: 2 boxes
Glue sticks: 2 Markers: 2
Highlighters: 1 A4 sheets: 1 quire
Small ruler: 1 Cellophane tape: 1 roll
Phone book: 1 (keep all your friends and relative’s phone numbers written inside before you leave)

Personal Hygiene Products:

Most of the brands available at home are available in Australia too. However, you might need to bring the following items for your first few days of use.

Tooth paste: 1 large tube Tooth brushes: 2-3
Soap: 1-2 bars Shampoo: 1 bottle
Shaving razor – a couple of disposable ones Shaving foam (don’t buy cream) – small can
Cold cream: 1 bottle Vaseline: 1 bottle
Good clean combs: 2-3 Soap cases: 2
Hair oil: 2 bottles Deodorant: 1 can
Nail cutters: 2 Earbuds: 1 small pack
Sunscreen: 1 bottle Lip balm: 2 tubes

These are the most important things you need to carry from home. If you have already decided your roommate(s), then you will have the benefit of sharing/dividing items equally. All vessels should be flat bottomed since in Australia most apartments use electric stoves. These may be the utensils you will need to carry with you.



Yes, you can get 5 to 10 weeks of elicos.

There are three intakes: February and July.

Diploma - 1 year, 1,Bachelors - 3 year and honours 4 year, Master - 2 years

For Bachelors In best four subjects - CBSE/ICSE – 55%, State Board - 60%, PSEB /HSEB - 65%

For Masters

Minimum 65% from Section 1 and Section 2 University

Minimum 70% from Section 3 University

Backlog Accepted – Maximum 10 for 3 years degree and maximum 20 backlog for 4 years degree

The University offers Diploma leading to Bachelors (1+2), Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Phd.

Backlog Accepted – Maximum 10 for 3 years degree and maximum 20 backlog for 4 years degree

Only one year gap is accepted, if you have more than one year gap you must justify.

No, there is no application fee for level 2 and level 3 Universities. Application fee is only applicable in Level 1 Universities.

Yes, scholarship is possible but it depends on particular colleges and Universities percentage requirements.

The minimum fees students need to pay is 1st Semester Tuition fees + OSHC + Enrolment Fee (if applicable) + ELICOS Fee (if applicable) prior to applying for Visa..

It is strongly recommended to start the process before 6 to 8 months prior from any intake.

Yes, some universities take an interview during your application, while some take after submitting financial documents. While some take both Interviews. While some only ask for a statement of purpose. (We strongly recommend to prepare for the interview) 

Yes, the university can either do email verification or a telephone verification.

Yes, every university verifies your documents from the Head Branch or Sub Branch of your bank.

Yes, but you will receive a conditional offer letter, and during financial submission you must have to submit the score sheet for Unconditional.

There are certain requirements, that your spouse must have a bachelor's degree and must have ITRs.

International students are allowed to work in Australia Part – Time during their study for maximum 20 hours per week and full time on weekends and holidays.

You have to show a 6 months old fund including 1 year tuition fees, 1 year living expenses,Overseas student health cover and Travel expense which is approximately 30,00,000 INR for a single student. If your spouse is accompanying you to Australia you must add his travel expense and 1 year living expense in total.

Australia accepts only liquid funds in Nationalised Banks. You can show proof of Savings, Education Loan, Fixed Deposits.

Your first sponsor should be your parents, they have to show 70% of financial and the remaining 30% your blood relatives can sponsor you.

If you are a married applicant your Spouse should be your first sponsor and your inlaws can sponsor you.

If your spouse is accompanying you your inlaws must be your first sponsor.

Income tax return is mandatory for all sponsors of the last 2 year and some universities ask for 3 years. Your sponsors must have a total income of 10,00,000 per annum (the amount is calculated after adding all sponsors ITR’s gross total income). 

For Agriculture you can show an Income Certificate but the amount must be the same as ITR.

No, Valuations only for assets and backup.

Yes, if the employer is ready to provide a certificate declaring how much fund you can withdraw anytime or else you have to transfer the amount in a savings account.

If the co-operative saving is transferred to the savings account it can be approved. (please note some universities does not accepts, it depends on the university)

Yes, you have to go for a checkup in K D Hospital or Saviour Hospital in Ahmedabad.

We strongly recommend that you submit your application at least three months ahead of your proposed date of travel. 

After completing your course you have to apply for a Post Study Work Visa and in Regional you are eligible for a 3 years work visa .

Management, Finance, Health, Engineering, Science.

It depends on the visa officer, but generally it takes 3 to 4 weeks of time to process the application.

You may submit your application online and in australia E-VISA are issued.

In Australia each University has their own criteria. For more detail Information Contact to ESPI Counsellors

You must pursue a 2 years program to get eligible for a work permit.

1 AUD = INR 53 approximately (it may vary depending on everyday rate you can search on XE .

You are not able to track your visa file in Australia, only status is shown on Immiaccount.

Generally it is not required, but it may vary as per embassy or university requirements.

In Australia many Colleges are providing AirPort pick -up and accommodation facilities. ESPI will also assist you for accommodation.

ESPI was Established in 2004, ESPI Group is an International Corporation, which is India's prominent consultant in the field of Study Abroad, Immigration and Tours & Travels Organization. ESPI group is an association of two firms i.e. ESPI Visa Consultants Pvt. Ltd., AND ESPI Tours & Travels. ESPI is providing to their students all services under one roof starting from coaching, Passport, Visa Assistance, File Preparation, Accommodation, Air Ticket, pre departure, post departure.

Yes, You Can apply for your spouse after completion of your 1 or 2 semesters.

Australia's weather is quite similar to India, In summer (December-February), average temperatures range between 20°C/68°F and 35°C/95°F. In winter (June-August), the average temperature range is 3°C/37°F to 20°C/68°F. Spring and autumn have warm days and cool evenings. Rainfall varies dramatically from year to year, but the annual average is around 286mm.

The permanent resident visa is determined on a point based system. The work experience gained through the work visa will help you to garner valuable points to qualify for permanent residency in Australia.

You can’t study online without a Student Visa.

Yes, according to the Embassy, students need to have a 14 days compulsory Quarantine plan before reaching Australia. According to travel rules if the students do not have any symptoms of CoronaVirus still they are supposed to be quarantined. 


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