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How to apply for admission at an Australian University

  1. Choose the course and university

The very first step in getting admitted to a university/college in Australia is to choose a course that you are interested in based on your previous educational qualification. Always do your own research about the course you would like to do and Australian university/college where you would like to pursue your course. Make sure the chosen Australian education institution and course is registered under CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students).

  1. Check the requirements of your chosen course and university

You will require a few documents at the time of admission to Australian University such as your previous qualification mark sheets and certificates, language proficiency test scores. Every university has its own specific set of required documents. Each Australian University websites will provide the lists of the documents.

Statement of Purpose – Australian universities require you need to submit a Statement Of Purpose for Australian University Admission (SOP) that articulates your career pathways, your interest, professional contributions, goals etc that proves your genuine interest in this particular course. The SOP is one of the important deciding factors for the admission panel of Australian university to grant admission. A well- written SOP gets you an instant image in front of the admission panel. So plan well and draft the best of SOP you can. Read about SOP guidelines.

English Language Proficiency Test (Insert Image) – It is very essential to prove your efficiency in the English language to pursue any course outside India where the official language is English. There are different standardized language tests for Australian University- IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, OET and Cambridge Advanced Test. Department Of Home Affairs of the Australian government has specifically prescribed the minimum marks required for each of these exams on their official website.

                      TEST                                                                                                              SCORE

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)                                At least 7 for each of the 4 test components​

Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT)    At least 24 for listening, 24 for reading, 27 for writing and 23 for speaking

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic)                                      At least 65 for each of the 4 test components​

Occupational English Test (OET)                                                                     At least B for each of the 4 test components​

Cambridge C1 Advanced test                                                                           At least 185 in each of the 4 test components​

Overseas Student Health Cover – Overseas Student Health Cover is an insurance package that provides international student to meet the hospital and medical care expenses they may need when in Australia. OSHC is a mandatory step in getting your acceptance in Australian university as well as student visa in Australia. You can purchase OSHC either through your Australian university directly or with the major health insurance providers in Australia such as Australian Health Management, BUPA Australia, Medibank Private, Allianz Global Assistance and nib OSHC are the major providers.

  1. How to apply in Australian University?

For applying at an Australian University, there are 2 ways;

Applying directly in Australian university website – Most universities either have a webform where you can complete the application. Otherwise, an application form will be provided, which can be downloaded. You would need to fill it up and send by post to the given university address.

Applying through a Study Abroad Agent for Australia – Again, most Australian Universities have a tie-up with Study Abroad Agents. You can find out more about this through the university website or by contacting the agents directly.

  1. When to apply for Australian Universities?

There are generally two admission intakes in Australia;

July intake in Australian University

February intake in Australian University

It’s totally up to the students to choose the intake period.

To choose an intake in Australian University, keep in mind few points like whether the preferred course is available during the intake you wish to join, availability of part-time jobs, course fees, availability of the certificates and documents that are required for the Australian University admission etc.

Always remember that the ‘complete application process’ along with appearing for interviews and Australian student visa application procedure should be completed well before intakes. Ideally, you should start your admission process 6 months before the Australian University application deadline.

There will be three deadlines for one intake for most of the universities in Australia. You have to take your language test, aptitude tests and other relevant tests at least 3 months before the deadline. The final three months must be utilized for filling out the application form for the visa so that you do not end up messing in the last minute.

Please Note: University Tuition Fee hike usually happens during the month of February in Australia. Students choosing the July intake will be subjected to this hike twice more than students choosing the February intake.

  1. Receiving the offer letter from Australian University

Once you have successfully applied your application to Australian universities where you intend to do your course, you will receive a conditional or unconditional offer letter.

An unconditional offer letter is given to a student when the student has met all the requirements of the Australian University.

On the contrary, a conditional offer letter is given to a student when he/she is yet to complete the formalities of the Australian university. This letter is given basically with conditions like to complete all the document submission or formalities within a given time frame.

Once the offer letter is provided to the student, the student has to accept the offer with all the conditions mentioned in the offer. This offer letter is an agreement between the student and the Australian University.  This letter will outline the Australian University course you will be enrolled in, enrolment conditions, the fees you need to pay, and the refund payable if you back out before you complete the course in Australian University.

  1. Paying Australian University Fee

The next stage is paying your first-semester tuition fees. To do the payment, you can either approach your bank or any RBI licenced money changer.

Once you complete the payment, send your fees receipt to the university as evidence.

  1. Confirmation of Enrolment

Upon accepting the offer letter by Australian University you will receive an electronic Confirmation of Enrollment (COE) by email. COE makes you eligible to come to Australia for pursuing the course you have opted for.

It will be in the form of an online code, which will come into use when applying for the visa. You need to insert this in the appropriate space provided in the online application form.

This is a very important and valid document to be included in the document list to apply for an Australian student visa without which a rejection is made right away.  It confirms that you have accepted the offer by the Australian University, and have paid Australian University tuition fees and Overseas Student Health Cover premium (OSHC).

By completing this final step, your admission to an Australian University is guaranteed! So this article on How to apply for admission at an Australian University, lists down all the steps logically and sequential manner.

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