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Why Study and Live in Australia?

Australia is often regarded as one of the world’s best places to live. There is a sense of stability, opportunity, and a high quality of life in this place. Australians are pleasant, good-natured, and hardworking, and they maintain their composure even in the face of enormous challenges.

Surfing, kite-surfing, windsurfing, golf, rugby, and cricket are just a few of the many popular sports in Australia, which is home to a diverse population. Whether you’re looking for a tropical paradise or a cosmopolitan city, you’ll find it in Australia’s diverse landscapes.

Aside all these, there some added benefits like;

  • Get an Australian permanent resident/citizenship visa for yourself and your family members.
  • Get the job of your lifetime/dreams/professional job you have been seeking for.
  • Work is unlimited in Australia without restrictions.
  • Include your unemployed siblings/dependants in your applications.
  • Give your born/unborn children a great future of obtaining automatic Australian Permanent residence/Citizenship.
  • Bring a lasting solution to your unemployment dilemma in Nigeria.
  • Earn over one million naira per month on your arrival in Australia and easily get a job.
  • Obtain a masters/PhD degree without paying fees after getting your permanent residence/citizenship visa.
  • Enjoy free medical treatment while in Australia with your family.
  • Obtain an Australian visa to enable you to make it in life and lead a very comfortable life in less than 3 months of your arrival in Australia.
  • Bring and invite your parents/siblings to come visit you in Australia with ease.

Studying and Working in Australia

Australia’s educational system has been praised as one of the best in the world by foreign experts. International students can work lawfully while studying in Australia, making it one of the few countries that allows this. Working part-time while you’re a student in Australia can enhance your educational and social development.

More than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000 courses are available to international students in Australia, making it a great place to study.

A wide range of educational opportunities are available to you, starting with basic and secondary school and continuing all the way up to higher education, including vocational training (VET) and universities.

Students from all over the world are protected by Australian law, regardless of what they study or how long they study.

You can also work in Australia under the skilled program if you meet certain requirements.

Which Skilled People Are We Looking For?

Skilled people include but not limited to;

  • Medical doctors
  • Engineers
  • Nurses
  • Medical Lab Scientists and Technicians
  • Accountants
  • Economists
  • Bankers
  • Administrators
  • Microbiologists
  • Chemists
  • Biochemists
  • Physicists
  • Mathematicians
  • Statisticians
  • Agriculturists
  • Agronomists
  • Soils Scientists
  • Animal Scientists
  • Geologists
  • Managers in any company
  • Primary and Secondary School teachers and Principals
  • Lecturers
  • Customer Service Agents
  • Librarians
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Botanists
  • Zoologists
  • Nutritionists
  • Carpenters
  • Hair Dressers
  • Fisheries Officers
  • Foresters
  • School Lab Technicians
  • Draftsperson
  • Hotel Service Managers
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Mechanics
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Branch Managers
  • Graduates in Other Disciplines
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Academic Requirements

To study in Australia, you’ll need a different set of qualifications depending on what level of education you wish to pursue. Please contact us for information on each university’s admissions requirements, as they may differ.

  • Schools — Depending on the state or territory you plan to study in, the prerequisites for admission differ from school to school. Applicants’ grades and test scores are taken into account during the selection process.
  • Vocational Education and Training — As a general rule, there are no entry tests for vocational education and training (VET) colleges and universities. Some courses, on the other hand, may include prerequisites or employment obligations.
  • Undergraduate Studies — Undergraduate programs in the United States still require students to have finished secondary school, which is similar to the senior high school level in Australia.
  • Higher Education Postgraduate — Your university may evaluate research ability or relevant work experience in addition to the successful completion of at least one undergraduate degree.
  • Have a Degree — OND, HND, Bachelors, Masters, or PhD.
  • Must be less than 50 years of age.

Financial Requirements

Applicants for a student visa must demonstrate or declare that they have sufficient financial resources. Depending on the applicant’s assessment level, they may be required to show that they have enough money to cover these costs for the first year or two of their stay in Australia.

Language Requirements

Depending on the institution and the level of English language study desired, different entrance criteria apply. International applicants from non-English speaking backgrounds are expected to demonstrate proficiency in English, as evidenced by the following criteria:

Passing a standardized examination, an academic English program or passing an approved alternative requirement.

Universities in Australia will accept the following English proficiency tests:

  • IELTS – Academic
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic
  • Teaching of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) – PT and iBT
  • University of Cambridge – ESOL Examinations for the Certificate of
  • Proficiency in English
  • (CEP) or the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

1. Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Each section of the IELTS must score at least a 5.0, with a total score of at least 5.5.

2. Undergraduate Students

Each section of the IELTS must score at least 6.0. Courses like Teaching and Nursing, for example, require much higher. In order to pass the IELTS, you must get a minimum of 7.5 out of a possible 7.5.

3. Post Graduate School

Depending on the university, the minimal criterion is 7.0 overall in IELTS with minimum of 6.0 in each subtest.

Institutions in Australia

  1. Australian Catholic University
  2. Bond University
  3. Carnegie Mellon University Australia
  4. Charles Darwin University
  5. Charles Sturt University
  6. CQUniversity Australia
  7. Curtin University
  8. Deakin University
  9. Edith Cowan University
  10. Federation University Australia
  11. Flinders University
  12. Griffith University
  13. James Cook University
  14. La Trobe University
  15. Macquarie University
  16. Monash University
  17. Murdoch University
  18. Queensland University of Technology
  19. RMIT University
  20. Southern Cross University
  21. Swinburne University of Technology
  22. The Australian National University
  23. The University of Adelaide
  24. The University of Melbourne
  25. The University of New South Wales
  26. The University of Queensland
  27. The University of Sydney
  28. The University of Western Australia
  29. University of Canberra
  30. University of New England
  31. University of Newcastle
  32. University of South Australia
  33. University of Southern Queensland
  34. University of Tasmania
  35. University of Technology Sydney
  36. University of the Sunshine Coast
  37. Western Sydney University
  38. University of Wollongong
  39. Victoria University
  40. Vocational Institutions
  41. Academia International
  42. Academy of Information Technology
  43. Academy of Interactive Entertainment
  44. Academy of Interactive Entertainment
  45. Agricultural Colleges
  46. Alexander language School
  47. AMI Education
  48. Australasian College of Natural Therapies
  49. Australia – International Institute of Workplace Training
  50. Australian College of Agriculture and Horticulture
  51. Australian College of Agriculture and Horticulture
  52. Australian College of Applied Psychology
  53. Australian Institute of Commerce and Language Education
  54. Australian International Hotel School
  55. Australian Pacific College
  56. Australian School of Tourism and Hotel Management
  57. Australian Wings Academy
  58. Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE
  59. Basair Aviation College
  60. Baxter Institute
  61. Blue Mountains International Hotel Management
  62. Box Hill Institute of TAFE
  63. Brisbane North Institute of TAFE
  64. CADET Training and Employment
  65. Cambridge College International
  66. Cambridge International College
  67. Cambridge International College
  68. Canberra Institute of Technology
  69. Canterbury Business College
  70. Canterbury Technical Institute
  71. Carrick Institute of Education
  72. Carrick Institute of Education (Adelaide)
  73. Carrick Institute of Education (Brisbane)
  74. Carrick Institute of Education (Sydney)
  75. Carrick Institute of Education (VIC)
  76. Carrick Institute of Education NSW
  77. CATC Design School
  78. Charlton Brown
  79. Chisholm Institute of TAFE
  80. Curtin International College
  81. Dalby Agricultural College
  82. Della International College
  83. Education and Training International – TAFE WA
  84. Emerald Agricultural College
  85. Endeavour College of Natural Health
  86. Eynesbury Institute of Business and Technology
  87. Gold Coast Institute of TAFE
  88. Gordon Institute of TAFE
  89. Holmes Colleges [Gold coast, Brisbane, Cairns]
  90. Holmes Colleges Australia
  91. Holmes Institute [NSW Campus]
  92. Holmes Institute and Secondary College Melbourne
  93. Holmesglen Institute of TAFE
  94. International College of Hotel management
  95. International College of Management Sydney
  96. International House Sydney – Teacher Training and Professional Centre
  97. International Institute of Business and Information Technology
  98. JMC Academy (Melbourne)
  99. JMC Academy Sydney
  100. Kangan Institute
  101. Kaplan International
  102. Kent Institute of Business and Technology
  103. Kings International College
  104. La Trobe University International College
  105. Le Cordon Bleu Australia
  106. Lloyds International College
  107. Longreach Pastoral College
  108. MEGT Institute Sydney
  109. Melbourne Institute of Technology MIT
  110. Menzies Institute of Technology
  111. Mercury Colleges
  112. Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE
  113. MIT Melbourne University of Ballarat
  114. MIT Sydney University of New England
  115. Monash College
  116. Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE
  117. NSW Department of Education and Training (Schools)
  118. Ozford College of business
  119. Pivot Point International Academy Melbourne
  120. Queensland International Business Academy (QIBA)
  121. Raffles College of Design and Commerce
  122. SAE Institute Brisbane
  123. SAE Institute Byron bay
  124. SAE Institute Melbourne
  125. SAE Institute Perth
  126. SAE Institute Sydney
  127. Sarina Russo Schools Australia
  128. SGA Embassy CES
  129. SGA Martin College
  130. SGA Martin College (NSW)
  131. Shafston Institute of Technology
  132. Skills Tech Australia
  133. South West Institute of TAFE
  134. Southbank Institute of Technology
  135. Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE
  136. Stotts Colleges and Australian Surf Industry Trair
  137. Study Group Australia (Martin, Embassy CES and Taylors Colleges)
  138. Sunraysia Institute of TAFE
  139. Sunraysia Institute of TAFE
  140. Sydney Business and Travel Academy
  141. Sydney College of Business and Information Technology
  142. Sydney School of Business and Technology
  143. Sydney West International Education (TAFE NSW)
  144. TAFE NSW – Hunter Institute
  145. TAFE NSW – Illawarra Institute
  146. TAFE NSW – New England Institute
  147. TAFE NSW – North Coast Institute
  148. TAFE NSW – Northern Sydney Institute
  149. TAFE NSW – Riverina Institute
  150. TAFE NSW – South Western Sydney Institute
  151. TAFE NSW – Sydney Institute
  152. TAFE NSW – Western Institute
  153. TAFE NSW – Western Sydney Institute
  154. TAFE SA
  155. Tasmanian Polytechnic
  156. The Hotel School
  157. Think Colleges
  158. Tropical North Institute of TAFE
  159. Wide Bay Institute of TAFE
  160. William Angliss Institute of TAFE
  161. William Blue College of hospitality management