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Reasons for selecting Australia.

Research Intensive Country Having Strong R&D Capabilities

Australia has strong R&D capabilities, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation based in Australia (CSIRO) is considered as one of the largest and most diverse research institutions in the world. More than 50,000 people associated with higher education are involved in research activities and CSIRO is involved in research in areas as diverse as environment, health, IT, space, agribusiness, etc. 

 

It is a research-intensive country and has a proud history of world-class research & and development leading to path-breaking innovations and discoveries like penicillin in 1945, the invention of Wi-Fi, and the “black-box” which is an integral part of every airplane in the world. Many students who have studied in Australia have won Oscar Awards and Nobel prizes for their work. 

 

Australia has 35 Special Research Centers and Key Centers Of Teaching and Research at different Australian universities and an additional 63 Co-op Research Centers are set up to promote joint research between academia and industry.

 

Highest Minimum Wage and Lowest Unemployment

Australia has the highest minimum wage rate in the world – compared to all other developed nations & lowest unemployment rate.  No wonder, Australia is considered an ideal destination to study, live and work.

Cost of Living (Per Month)

AUD 1200 - AUD 3000

Part-Time Jobs
(Maximum Hours)

40 Hours per week

Full time in vacations

Post-Study
Work Visa

Upto 5 Years

Popular Programs in Australia.

Study in the Top Institutes of Australia.

Explore all Affiliated Institutes.

University
City
The University of Western Australia
Perth
La Trobe University Sydney Campus
Sydney
Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus
Sydney
UTS College - University Technology Sydney
Sydney
UTS India - GLS University
India
University of Tasmania (Hobart,Launceston Campus)
Hobart,Launceston
University of Canberra - Sydney Hills Campus
Sydney Hills
ACAP - Australian College of Applied Professions - Adelaide | Brisbane | Byron Bay | Melbourne | Perth | Sydney Campuses
Adelaide | Brisbane | Byron Bay | Melbourne | Perth | Sydney
SAE Institute - Adelaide | Brisbane | Byron Bay | Melbourne | Perth | Sydney Campuses
Adelaide | Brisbane | Byron Bay | Melbourne | Perth | Sydney
Federation University - Sydney & Melbourne
Sydney & Melbourne
Western Sydney University - Melbourne Campus
Melbourne
RMIT University (Australia)
Melbourne
Southern Cross University (Campuses:Lismore, Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour)
Lismore, Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour
Southern Cross University (Campuses:Melbourne, Sydney, Perth)
Melbourne, Sydney, Perth
Swinburne University of Technology , Melbourne
Melbourne
University of the Sunshine Coast
Sunshine Coast
Victoria University , Sydney,Brisbane
Sydney & Brisbane
University of Newcastle
Newcastle
University of Western Australia College (UWA) leading to The University of Western Australia
Perth
Curtin College - Curtin University
Perth
Deakin College - Deakin University, Geelong | Melbourne Campuses -
Geelong | Melbourne
Edith Cowan College - Edith Cowan University
Perth
Eynesbury College - The University of Adelaide
Adelaide
Eynesbury College - The University of South Australia
Adelaide
Griffith College - Griffith University, Brisbane | Gold Coast Campuses
Brisbane | Gold Coast
La Trobe College Australia (Melbourne) - La Trobe University
Melbourne
South Australian Institute Of Business & Technology - (SAIBT) The University of South Australia
Adelaide
Sydney Institute Of Business And Technology (SIBT) - Western Sydney University
Sydney
University Of Canberra College - University of Canberra
Canberra
Western Sydney University International College - Western Sydney University
Sydney
Charles Sturt University Sydney
Sydney
CIC Higher Education
Melbourne
IIBIT Federation University
Melbourne / Sydney
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