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Study in Australia & Australian Education for Bangladeshi students

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Planning to study in Australia & Then PR in Australia ?

Important things to consider first

You have so many educational options to choose from in Australia, so take some time to think about your career and life goals. The course you study will shape your career and life plans. Also think about whether you want to study in the city or in the country. Do you want to study at a small or large college or university? What level qualification do you want? (eg certificate, diploma, degree etc). You will probably find that the course you want to study is offered at several places in Australia. Is it important that you live somewhere warm or cold?

You will also need to consider the institution´s academic entrance requirements, as each college or university and each course has its own standards. If you don´t have enough English, you will need to think about English Language too.

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.

Tuition Fees

The cost of studying in Australia compares well with other countries that take international students. You will find that the combined costs of tuition fees and living expenses are lower in Australia than the US and UK. Each institution has different fees for different courses.

You will find that tuition fees in Australia for international students are even more competitive with other countries, especially when you calculate current exchange rates.

The following is a guide only:

English Language courses

A$200–A$350 per week

Vocational education and training courses

A$8,000–A$12,000 per year

Bachelor degree (undergraduate)

A$10,000–A$18,000 per year

Graduate Diploma, Masters degree, PhD (postgraduate)

A$12,000–A$18,000 per year

For specific information about tuition fees, please contact us and we will advise you.

English Language

You can study intensive English language (known as ELICOS) at more than 100 institutions in Australia and at a relatively low cost. Some institutions are private, semi-private or government owned. All institutions are properly registered and offer high quality English language training, many using advanced language laboratories, video, computer and library facilities.

There are no entrance requirements for English Language courses. Courses are offered at all levels (beginner to advanced) and course starting times are very flexible. This flexibility makes it easy for you to combine English Language Training with a holiday, or with another course.

You can study:

  • General English (emphasis on communication skills)
  • English for Academic Purposes (preparation to study at university, TAFE or a private college)
  • Examination Preparation (preparation for TOEFL or IELTS examinations)
  • Study Tourism (learn English while learning about Australia or enjoying activities such as scuba, golf, horse riding, sailing etc)
  • And more…

Many students will take an English Language Test to determine their level of English, and to decide how much English Language Training they may need. All tests assess your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a very popular test in Asia, however, most Australian institutions prefer the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) test.

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.

University (undergraduate and postgraduate)

There are more than 40 universities in Australia ranging in size from 3000 students to more than 30,000 students. There are more than 600,000 students studying in Australian universities and over 160,000 of these are international students. All Australian universities are strictly monitored to maintain high standards in teaching and research. Most Australian universities are located in cities, while some are found in rural environments.

Universities offer courses in a wide range of areas at the following levels:

  • Bachelors Degree
  • Graduate Certificate
  • Graduate Diploma
  • Masters Degree
  • Doctorate (PhD)

University in Australia is a combination of lectures, tutorials and seminars, as well as individual study in laboratories and libraries. There is a wide range of extra-curricular activities that balance academic life.

Each university has its own entrance requirements for each course offered. You will also need to have a minimum level of English before you can start a course.

Average fees for classroom-based courses (eg Law, Arts, Economics, etc) range between A$10,000–$13,000. Laboratory-based courses (eg Science, Engineering, Medicine) on average range between A$12,000–$27,000.

Most courses start in February, however, some may also start in July and October.

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.


Australian Technical and Further Education (TAFE) is a government owned and operated education system that offers courses in almost every field of study. There are more than 230 government TAFE colleges around Australia that offer courses at certificate, diploma and advanced diploma levels. Many TAFE courses will lead to credit transfer arrangements at Australian universities so you can earn credit towards a bachelors degree. Some TAFE courses are only a few weeks while others may take up to three years to complete. Some TAFE colleges are located in cities, while others are in rural areas. Most courses start in February, however, some may also start in July.

TAFE courses emphasise practical and professional learning that will help you get a job.

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.

Private and Specialist Colleges

Private and Specialist colleges offer courses in almost every area of study, usually at certificate, diploma and advanced diploma level. These courses are often designed to teach practical skills you can use in the workforce. Courses can range from 10 weeks to 3 years, and each college will have its own entrance requirements. Many private and specialist colleges have credit transfer arrangements with universities so you can earn credit towards a bachelors degree.

Some examples of the types of courses you can study at a private or TAFE college:

  • Accounting
  • Aviation
  • Business management
  • Child care
  • Computer studies
  • Graphic design
  • Hair and beauty therapy
  • Information Technology (IT)
  • Marketing
  • Office administration
  • Secretarial Studies
  • Travel and tourism
  • Hospitality and hotel management
  • And many more

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.

High Schools

Australian schools offer quality education at world class standards. Each State or Territory in Australia is responsible for its own schools however the Australian Federal Government ensures the standards and quality of teaching are maintained throughout the country.

The majority of Australian schools are public and approximately one quarter are private and charge full fees. Many private schools are run by religious institutions. Some schools offer boarding facilities.

There are thousands of schools in Australia, far too many to list here. You need to consider your individual needs (ie large school or small school, is religious education important, which city or town would you like to live in, etc).

Please contact us so we can find a course that interests you and help you with an application.

Bangladesi students can enroll and study in the following Australian Colleges, TAFE institutes and Universties through our Australia Office :

  • Ballarat University.
  • Central Queensland University.
  • The University of NewCastle-NSW.
  • The University of New England-Armidale-NSW.
  • Curtin University of Technology, Sydney-NSW.
  • Southern Queensland University-Sydney-NSW.
  • University of Ballarat at IIBIT, Sydney.
  • AIT-Academy of Information Technology-Sydney, NSW.
  • Canberra Institute of Technology.
  • International College of Management.
  • KvB Institute of Technology.
  • Central College, Sydney.
  • University of New South Wales.
  • Australian Catholic University.
  • Brighton Institute of Technology.
  • Willam Angliss.
  • NMIT-Northern Institute of TAFE.
  • Holmesglen Institute of Technology.
  • Chisholm Institute of TAFE.
  • The Meridian International School.
  • ACTH - Australian College of Tourism & Hospitality.

 After finishing study students can apply for permanent residence through our Australia Office.

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