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Frequently Asked Questions

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All Australian Universities are govt. funded and are AVCC members. The DEST (Department of Education Science & Training. Govt. of Australia) has released a rating of Australian Universities.

No, IELTS is mandatory for INDIAN students to apply for Australian visa.

Not necessarily but some business schools do require GMAT score.

You can lodge your visa through paper visa at the AHC in New Delhi or through e-visa at DIVP in Adelaide (Australia).

Graduate Diploma is a one year Program that one can do after bachelor’s degree and if one studies for one more year the Graduate diploma is converted to Masters.

One can change his institution after completion of one academic year in that institution.

Yes, According to RPL(Recognition of Prior Learning) one can get credits for the subjects already studied.

Yes, one can apply for a Permanent Residency and if it is granted you can stay in Australia.

Yes, but scholarships are limited and there is high competition for them. (Please contact us for each university scholarship requirements).

Yes one can get admission in bachelors degree with credits i.e. advanced standing.

A student is allowed to work 20 hrs. per week on part time basis during session/classes and full time in vacations.

The average monthly living expenses in Australia depends on the student, while generally it lies between A$600-1000.

Yes your family can accompany you to Australia but one needs to show additional funds for the family (education and living expenses).

Yes, but scholarships are limited and there is high competition for them. (Please contact us for each university scholarship requirements).

yes if you are enrolled in a masters degree or higher program. Then your spouse can work full time.

No the spouse will have the same working rights as applicable to the principal applicant i.e. the student.

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