Many overseas students choose Australia for various reasons, including top universities, incredible wildlife, thriving cities, and many oceans. When it comes to studying in Australia, international students have many options.

Australia is a multicultural melting pot. It's no wonder that Australia's universities are among the best in the world, as they provide a wide range of degrees and majors.

Australia has a quick and easy application process (subclass 500) if you're looking for a student visa. Students at some Australian universities may participate in internships or work placements.

Most international students will find it easy to comprehend and be understood because Australians speak English. If you're having a great time studying in Australia, you might want to extend your stay.

Application Process

If you are from Nepal and want to study in Australia, here is a step-by-step guide. We'll work with you to analyze your needs and connect you with the appropriate university college or language provider.

We'll work with you to analyze your needs and connect you with the appropriate university college or language provider. Pre-screening is the initial step in the procedure, and it involves looking at percentages, subject-specific marks, pass year, and any gaps. Students' language abilities, annual family income, financial resources, and course preferences are all taken into account. Students must be able to communicate in English in order to study in the United States and Australia, and the IELTS/ TOEFL/ PTE/ CAE examination is used to establish English proficiency in Australia.

Step 1: Fill out an admissions application (Offer Letter)
It's the first step toward enrolling in an Australian university or college. The institution or university will send you an Offer Letter based on your academic credentials and IELTS score. After receiving an offer letter from the university/college, you must now compile financial documents for GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant).

Step 2: Create a financial strategy.
Financial documents certify that you have the funds to cover your tuition and living expenses while studying in Australia.
*The following documents are required for the GTE application.

  1. A copy of the student's citizenship certificate and a signed offer letter (Sponsors and Applicants)

  2. All pages of the passport containing the applicant's birth certificate (Colored photocopy)

  3. Annual Income Source Relationship Certificate Tax Clearance Verification of the Address on the Certificate

  4. Property Appraisal (Valuation of 1 crore or more for university, but less for college) - The Municipality (Nagar Palika)/Village Development Committee is in charge of this (Ward).

  5. Savings or a bank loan (accepted from 'A' class financial institutions like a bank)

  6. (At least three months' worth of savings) Proof of finance source or savings in a bank account approved by the university (where the money came from).

Step 3: COE & OSHC (Confirmation of Enrollment)

  1. Documents from the Certificate of Eligibility (COE) are required.

  2. SWIFT documentation from a bank with a NOC (No Objection Letter).

  3. Send a NOC and an offer letter to the bank, along with a fee to the university/college. The fee is then paid from the bank via SWIFT.

  4. Send in a COE application together with bank paperwork.

  5. Colleges and universities will issue COE and OSHC papers.

  6. You can have your medical exam either before or after you submit your visa application.

Step 4: Submit a Visa Application

  1. Getting a COE and an OSHC letter from a college or institution, completing an SOP, and applying for a visa are all steps in the process. Then you'll have to do Biometrics.

  2. Finally, wait for the visa decision from the High Commission.

  3. Please contact us if you have any questions about the process of studying in Australia from Nepal.

Course Faculties

After obtaining their 12th and Bachelor's degrees, Nepalese students apply to study overseas. After they reach the age of twelve, they use it for undergraduate programs. Students in Australia can apply for the following programs after completing Year 12.

  1. Certificate III

  2. Certificate IV

  3. Diploma

  4. Advance Diploma

  5. Bachelor

Direct Students can also pursue bachelor's degree programs. A bachelor's degree in Australia typically lasts three years. An IELTS score of 6.5 with no band less than 6 and an academic score of 60% or above are the standard entry requirements for Bachelor's level. Bachelor's degree programs are typically offered by universities. However, some colleges provide Bachelor's degrees.

After finishing their Bachelor's degree, students in Australia can apply for the following programmes.

  1. PostGraduate

  2. Graduate Diploma

  3. Graduate

  4. Masters

Credit toward a master's degree is often granted through postgraduate, graduate diplomas, and graduate courses. At the Master's level, the normal admittance requirements are IELTS 6.5, no band less than 6 in IELTS, and 50% in academics. Although a bachelor's degree should be completed in four years, several universities accept three-year bachelor's degrees.

After completing their Master's degree, students can apply for Masters (Research), Doctorate, and Double Master's degrees. In general, an IELTS score of 6.5 with no band lower than 6 is necessary, as well as an academic score of 50% or better. A PhD in Australia typically takes 3 to 4 years to complete.

Course Costing

While studying in Australia is not cheap, it is less expensive than in several other Western countries. The government of Nepal offers scholarships to Nepalese students on a regular basis to assist them to learn more conveniently. You will be required to pay for each study period in advance as an overseas student.

Things to know
Working on and off campus throughout the duration of full-time study gets a Student Visa holder a minimum wage of $18.23 per hour, or $719.20 per week (before tax). Work that is properly recorded as part of your course is exempt from the restriction.
The majority of scholarships for studying in Australia fund tuition; however, certain scholarships may also cover living or travel costs. Research programs can provide students with up to a 100% scholarship that covers both tuition and living expenses. Because scholarships are competitive, you should apply as soon as possible.