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Australia is one of the top study destination with an excellent education system and a high standard of living. There are over 1100 institutions offering a wide range of programs in Australia. According to statistics, 35 Australian universities are ranked among the world’s best-ranked universities. Australia spends up to $ 250 million dollars per year in financial aids, scholarships and grants. The contemporary lifestyle and the indigenous culture attracts many international students every year. The country is popular for its diverse landscapes, modern cities and its laid-back attitude.


Why Study in Australia?

Australian universities are recognized worldwide with good ratings for the quality of teaching, research and graduate employment. Australia offers bachelor’s degrees, graduate certificates, diplomas, master’s degree and doctorate degrees. The Universities provide environments that promote innovation, independent thought, and creativity. Students can work part time for 20 hours per week while pursuing education. The international students get two years of post-study work visa allowing them to work in Australia. Australia excels in areas like science, technology, business, education, humanities and research. Graduates from Australia successfully find jobs in the market.


Australia at a Glance

Australia is a highly developed country with the world’s fifth highest per capita income. Nearly one-fourth of the population in Australia is born in another country. Australia is a friendly place and the residents are passionate about sports, food, and entertainment. The famous cities are Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane. The Australian continent experiences a variety of climates due to its size. The temperature can range from below zero in the Snowy Mountains in the south to extreme heat in the Kimberley region in the north-west.


Popular Universities & Popular Programs
Business Computer & IT Engineering
International Business

MBA (Specializations)

Engineering Management

Marketing

Computer Science

Information Technology

Cyber Security

Data Analytics

Data Science

Computer Networking

Engineering Management

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Robotics & Mechatronics

Intakes: Major Intakes: February & July Minor Intake: September & November


Australia's Education Cost
The study cost depends on what degree you want to pursue i.e.diploma, bachelors, masters or ph.d and also varies according to the ranking of the university. The the average cost of study in Australia is between A$ 24000- A$ 36000 per year for Under-Graduate Courses and Post-Graduate Courses. SRM Overseas Consultants provides assistance related to Education Loan which can help plan your finances.

Qualifying Exams & Coaching

PTE / IELTS / TOEFL iBT


Universities we Represent in Australia

1 University of Adelaide, South Australia (CRICOS Code 00123M)
2 Macquarie University, Sydney (CRICOS Code 00002J)
3 RMIT University, Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 00122A)
4 University of South Australia, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 00121B)
5 University of Tasmania, Hobart & Launceston. (CRICOS Code 00586B)
6 Deakin University, Melbourne & Geelong. (CRICOS Code 00113B)
7 Griffith University, Gold Coast & Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00233E)
8 James Cook University, Townsville, Cairns & Brisbane. (CRICOS Code 00117J)
9 Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 00111D)
10 Flinders University, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 00114A)
11 Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. (CRICOS Code 00213J)
12 Western Sydney University, Parramatta. (CRICOS Code 00917K)
13 CQUniversity Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth. (CRICOS Code 00219C)
14 Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 00004G)
15 Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane. (CRICOS Code 00005F)
16 Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth. (CRICOS Code 01241G)
17 Torrens University, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 03389E)
18 University of Southern Queensland Sydney Education Centre. (CRICOS Code NSW 02225M)
19 Charles Darwin University, Melbourne (ATMC). (CRICOS Code 00300K)
20 Federation University, Melbourne & Sydney (ATMC). (CRICOS Code 000103D)
21 University of Sunshine Coast, Melbourne & Sydney (ATMC). (CRICOS Code 01595D)
22 Victoria University, Sydney Campus. (CRICOS Code 02475D)
23 Latrobe University, Sydney Campus. (CRICOS Code 00115M)
24 Le Cordon Bleu, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth. (CRICOS Code 02380M)
25 TAFE International Western Australia. (CRICOS Code 00020G/01723A)
26 UTS Insearch, Haymarket, New South Wales (CRICOS Provider Codes: UTS Insearch 00859D, UTS 00099F)
27 Deakin College, Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 01590J)
28 LaTrobe Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 03312D)
29 Edith Cowan College. (CRICOS Code 01312J)
30 Griffith College, Gold Coast & Brisbane. (CRICOS Code 01737F)
31 South Australia Institute of Business & Technology, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 02193C)
32 Curtin College, Perth. (CRICOS Code 02042G)
33 Eynesbury College, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 00561M)
34 Newcastle International College. (CRICOS Code 03293B)
35 Western Sydney University Sydney City Campus (CRICOS Code 00917K)
36 University of Canberra College, Canberra (CRICOS Code 00212K)
37 Sydney Institute of Business & Technology. (CRICOS code 01576G)
38 Australian College of Applied Psychology, Sydney (CRICOS Code 01328A)
39 Australian National University College, Canberra. (CRICOS Code 01682E)
40 Flinders International Study Centre, Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 01682E)
41 Taylors College, Perth & Sydney. (CRICOS Code 01682E)
42 Australian Technical & Management College, Melbourne. (ATMC CRICOS Code 03013D)
43 SAE Institute, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth. (CRICOS Code 003121)
44 University of Adelaide College (CRICOS Code 00123M)
45 Murdoch Institute of Technology, Perth. (CRICOS Code 03127E)
46 Melbourne Institute of Technology, Sydney & Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 01545C, 03245K (NSW)
47 International Institute of Business & Information Technology, Sydney & Adelaide. (CRICOS Code 01917B, 00103D)
48 ECA Graduate Institute (CRICOS Code 02997M)
49 Asia Pacific International College, Sydney & Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 03048D)
50 Strathfield College, Sydney & Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 02736K)
51 English Language School in Sydney. (CRICOS Code 02644C)
52 Sarina Russo Institute, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 00607B)
53 International College of Management Sydney. (CRICOS Code 01484M)
54 The Imperial College of Australia, Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 02858M)
55 Education Access Australia, Melbourne. (CRICOS Code 02450B)
56 Engineering Institute of Technology, Perth (CRICOS No: 03567C)
57 New England College of Technology, Brisbane & Sydney (CRICOS NO. 03113M)
58 MEGA College, Sydney (CRICOS No. 02657J)
59 Canterbury Business College, Sydney (CRICOS Code 01899K)
60 Canterbury Technical Institute, Brisbane (CRICOS Code 02938M)
61 Canterbury Language Academy, Sydney (CRICOS Code 02534J)
62 Academies Australasia Polytechnic, Melbourne (CRICOS Code 02439G)
63 Excelsia College, Macquarie Park (CRICOS Code- 02664K)
64 Australian Institute of Higher Education, Sydney (CRICOS Code 03147A)