During 2013-2016, the number of Indian students coming to Australia grew exponentially.
Studying in Australia is an exciting prospect, but aspirants must be cautious. If you are interested in applying, please read the following information.
Before arriving in Australia
For students considering studying in Australia, it is advised that they be fully informed about the actual costs of studying there and the relevant laws governing work, housing, and other aspects of living in Australia.
Be sure to do your homework before enrolling in a program in Australia.
Find out which course is best suited to your needs.
You should check the reputation of the institution offering the course, particularly if it's a privately run institution. Make sure the institution and the course you plan to enrol in are registered with the Australian government. You can visit the following links to check the status of the institution. http://cricos.education.gov.au/ and www.studyinaustralia.gov.au.
Check the institution's website to get all the information you need, including information about the course, the environment, the teaching methods, facilities, minimum English proficiency, etc.
For students, the maximum work week is 20 hours, and most jobs pay only minimum wages.
Ensure you have enough funds to cover your living and education costs. Australian regulations require a minimum of A$ 18000 per year to cover accommodation, transportation, and food expenses.
Use a Registered Migration Agent for migration advice instead of an education agent.
Australian migration agents must be registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). A Registered Migration Agent is bound by a Code of Conduct and is required to have a comprehensive understanding of Australian migration law and procedure and meet high ethical and professional standards.
As an international student in Australia, the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) requirement is a condition of your student visa, which requires you to have the policy for the whole of your study here. For details visit www.oshcworldcare.com.au
Import of goods in baggage:
You should be aware that all luggage arrives at the airport x-rayed or screened. A quarantine inspection is required for all food, plant material, and animal products. False declarations and failure to declare quarantine items are illegal. bound by a Code of Conduct and is required to have a comprehensive understanding of Australian migration law and procedure and meet high ethical and professional standards.
After you arrive in Australia - Settling Down.
- When you arrive in Australia, you need to provide the High Commission/Consulate with your contact information, including your name, address, the name of the university or educational institution you are attending, the course you are participating in, and how long you intend to stay.
- Learn about the student services provided by the institution you have joined, such as counselling services, assistance in finding suitable housing and jobs, and help in improving your English.
- Make sure you check out the various banks on campus before opening an account. Do not keep large amounts of cash at home or on you.
- Before buying a mobile phone, compare plans. For international calls, use phone cards.
- You are responsible for maintaining and cleaning the accommodation you choose. Before sharing an apartment, discuss how domestic tasks will be shared.
- Keep in mind your course structure and the evaluation methods that apply to you to familiarize yourself with the educational aids available to you, especially libraries and online resources.