Admission Higher Education

The Australian education system is well recognised and dignified on a global platform. Australia has an integrated education system supported by the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) - a national policy for regulated qualifications across schools, vocational education and training and higher education.

Level 1       Certificate I
Level 2        Certificate II
Level 3   Certificate III
Level 4              Certificate IV
Level 5   Diploma
Level 6 Associate Degree Advance Diploma
Level 7 Bachelor’s degree  
Level 8 Graduate Diploma , Graduate Certificate Vocational Graduate Diploma , Vocational Graduate Certificate
Level 9 Master’s degree  
Level 10 Doctoral Degree  


  • Australia’s higher education system is made up of universities and higher education providers that play a critical role in fuelling innovation, driving productivity and giving students the skills, they need for future success.
  • There are 125 registered higher education providers in Australia. There are also 43 universities; 40 of which are Australian, two international, and one private specialty university. Australian universities have more than one million enrolled students and employ over 100,000 staff.
  • Higher education peak bodies include Universities Australia, the Group of Eight, the Australian Technology Network of Universities, Innovative Research Universities, the Regional Universities Network, the Australian Council for Private Education and Training and the Council of Private Higher Education.


  • Bachelor Of Social Work
  • Bachelor Of Community Services
  • Bachelor Of Nursing
  • Bachelor Of Information Technology
  • Bachelor Of Accounting
  • Bachelor Of Business    
  • Bachelor Of Engineering


  • Master Of Social Work
  • Master Of Nursing
  • Master Of Information Technology
  • Master Of Accounting
  • Master Of Business Administration
  • Master Of Project Management
  • Research 
  • Stem Course
  • Business


  • If you are a student from overseas on a temporary student visa it is a condition of your visa to maintain adequate health insurance for the duration of your stay in Australia. This means you need to purchase Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and keep your policy up to date whilst you are in Australia and holding a student visa. 
  • OSHC assists international students to meet the costs of medical and hospital care they may need while in Australia. OSHC also includes ambulance cover and limited pharmaceuticals. 


Work Rights

  • A student visa allows you to work up to 40 hours per fortnight once your program has commenced and is in session, and unrestricted hours when your program is not in session. Work that is a formal registered part of your course is not included in the limit of 40 hours per fortnight. Furthermore, you can work with different employers with a valid TFN or ABN.

Financial Expenditure

  • Applicant might be liable to show financial documents to home affairs while applying for a student visa, depending on the assessment level of their home country and institute enrolled in.

Financials for applicant per year:

  •     Living - $21,041
  •     Travel - $2,000
  •     Tuition Fee – 1 year of your tuition fee or remaining

To add dependents on your student visa an additional amount of $7,362 and $3,152 needs to be shown to support your spouse and child respectively. Dependents will also be liable to show their travel expense.