Yes, Australian qualifications are internationally recognized and graduates are highly sought after in the work place.
There are intakes available in February, July and October depending upon the exact course.
The entire process can take 2-3 months from application to visa processing (including medical test etc.)
There are Foundation and Diploma programs available as pathways for students who might not meet the direct entry requirements.
Yes, Australia is a safe country whose cities are consistently ranked as some of world’s top cities to live in.
Yes, Australia allows students to work part time up to 40 hrs every 2 weeks during the school term and full time in the holidays. Students are advised not to depend upon part time jobs to pay their tuition fees.
Yes, Australia allows applicants to travel with their families (spouse/children).
Koala assists students with their applications, visa processing, accommodation arrangements and arrival services.
Australia does give students post study options but these cannot be guaranteed.
Students have the option of living on campus, off campus and in home stays. Koala will provide assistance with all accommodation options.
Australian universities do offer partial scholarships to eligible students but these cannot be guaranteed.
The cost of studying in Australia starts from approx. A$15000 per year for Foundation/Diploma Studies programs and start from approx. A$20,000 for degree programs. Living expenses range between A$20,000-25,000 per year.