Study MS in Australia

  • There are 43 universities in Australia for master’s study.

  • As per QS World University Rankings 2018, 5 Australian universities figure in the top 50 list – The Australian National University (Rank 20), The University of Melbourne (Rank 41), The University of New South Wales (Rank 45), The University of Queensland (Rank 47), The University of Sydney (Rank 50) and a total of 7 universities is in the top 100 list

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Why choose to study MS in Australia?

Australian institutions are known to offer quality education, research opportunities and hands-on training in their programs, owing to which the country has now become the third most popular study abroad destination. However, some factors which make it perfect for pursuing an MS degree are: 

  • An internationally recognised degree that is modelled on the British education system

  • An internship with indigenous companies that will make you career ready

  • Academic excellence with nearly eight Australian universities ranked among the world’s top 150

  • Ample research opportunities and a high starting salary

  • Develop both technical and leadership skills at the same time

Top Institutes for MS in Australia

  • The University of Sydney

  • The University of Melbourne

  • The University of New South Wales

  • The University of Queensland

  • University of Technology, Sydney

  • Monash University

  • Australian National University

  • RMIT University

  • Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Student Visa Terms and Provisions

  • A student visa is called a Subclass 500 and can be applied for online. You should apply at least 12 weeks before the commencement of your program. The visa is valid for the duration of the program and an additional two to three months.

  • Along with scanned documents of education and work experience, and their certified copies, you also need to submit an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment for each course application.

  • Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) – This assessment is an integrity measure which confirms the applicant’s intention to stay in Australia only temporarily. For the GTE, a written statement should be submitted addressing factors like:

    • Circumstances in the applicant’s home country and reasons for not studying there

    • Potential benefits of studying in Australia and how it will help the applicant in the future

    • Any academic gaps

    • Employment history

    • Economic circumstances in the applicant’s home country

  • Depending on the situation, you may be called for an interview, a medical exam, and verification of criminal records.

  • The processing time after the interview is 26 to 45 days

Work Permits

Part-Time Work Permit

  • As an international student, you can apply for a work permit at the Australian Tax Office by submitting your Student Visa

  • The permit is valid for the same duration as a student visa; the part-time work permit allows students to work 20 hours per week; one cannot work more than 40 hours in two weeks; you can work as much as you want during vacations

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