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Bachelors in Australia for Indian students

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Studying in Australia has a ton of advantages, as we have previously discussed. You can pursue higher education in the Land Down Under, with Australia being home to some of the most prestigious universities with Bachelors and Masters Programs in a diverse array of fields.

Most students enroll in combined or double programs, giving them two bachelor degrees – and this practice is particularly prevalent in the fields of arts, law and the sciences. Australia also has high standards for higher education, with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency in charge of maintaining those standards.

From monitoring universities, regulating them and ensuring the well-being of Indian students – the TEQSA does it all. Australia has also enshrined the Education Services for Overseas Students Act which dictates the quality of the experience for every student.

With over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia has a diverse range of universities with a wide range of study options for the Indian student.

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Getting a Bachelor’s Degree (with or without Honours) takes between three to five years and allows you to qualify for entry to a particular field of interest such as the arts, sciences, law and more. The program duration varies between three to five years and you need to have completed Year 12 or equivalent and have completed your Certificate III or Certificate IV as well.

For Indian students seeking a world-class education and a great standard of living, Australia is home to 6 of the top world’s top 100 universities. The land Down Under is also ranked as the 2nd best country to live in as per the United Nations survey on quality of life.

If you meet the educational qualifications, TheWorldGrad can assist you in getting a top notch education, anywhere in the world.


Added Below is a list of some of the requirements. (Please note that specific universities or courses may require additional qualifications as well.)


A Degree: Indian students must have completed the equivalent of the Australian Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (Year 12). Here, pursuing certain areas or degrees would require certain subjects, where applicable.


Your Marks: Diploma courses in Australia require you to complete the Year 12 equivalent in India with 60% for admission to some of the top universities. For degree courses, the percentage is 65% and above.


Transcripts and more: Alongside your class 10th and class 12th mark sheets, you must produce transcripts from your educational institution for details on the subjects studied and the grades acquired.

Indian students are also required to clear IELTS or any other language proficiency tests with a good band score to secure admission to universities across Australia.


Statement of Purpose and Letter of Recommendation:

A personal essay on your interests, goals, academic and miscellaneous achievements make up your Statement of Purpose. This SoP gives universities the chance to understand the kind of student you would be, and your motivation behind choosing a particular college or stream.

Your Letter of Recommendation is another important document. Normally provided by professors or teachers that the student has studied under in the past, the LoR allows the admissions committee to learn more about you from your past educator’s perspectives.

What’s the cost?

Looking at an education that’s world class, the annual fees for an education in Australia are between AUD 29,600 and AUD 40,700. The costs are dictated by your choice of degree, the institute to enroll in and does not include living costs.

Based upon where you put up in Australia – be it Perth, Sydney or Melbourne – and of course, your spending habits, the cost of living works out to between AUD 1,400 and AUD 2,315 per month. You can read more about the associated costs of living and studying your Bachelor’s degree in Australia here.

To allow more opportunities, brilliant students often opt for scholarships. Australia offers many such grants for Indian students.


Opportunities in Australia

With all the amazing educational institutes empowering students from around the world, Australia has the 12th largest economy by GDP as of 2021. Some of the top careers Down Under are as varied as IT Systems Architect, Cloud Engineer, IT & Engineering Manager, Doctor or Physician and many more.

The median annual salary for a fresher who has just graduated varies. Salaries vary vastly from city to city and are also dictated by your chosen Bachelor’s Degree. You can expect to earn between AUD 50,000 and AUD 75,000 annually.

As an Indian student, you are also entitled to apply for a work permit. If granted, you can work for up to 20 hours a week to earn yourself additional funds towards your cost of living.

The national minimum wage in Australia is AUD 20.33 per hour, making your weekly income AUD 406.6 per week adhering to the 20 hour work week limit.


Pursuing your Bachelor’s Degree is an important landmark in your academic journey. And so is choosing where to pursue the same.

Australia offers amazing opportunities, both during and after you complete your education and is to be considered as a great destination for studying abroad for all Indian students. TheWorldGrad programs have a strong focus on student quality, with a program completion rate of 90% and an overseas progression rate of 95% as well as a Visa success rate of 100% to date. To know more about TheWorldGrad’s partnerships and our offerings, visit our website.

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