Australia is a popular study destination because of its top-notch education system and a good level of living. Australia is a friendly place for its residents. The famous cities are Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, and Brisbane. 

What makes Australia a desirable destination for Study:

In Australia, there are more than 1100 institutions that provide a variety of programs. 35 Australian institutions are listed among the top universities in the world, according to data. Australia provides financial aid, scholarships, and grants of up to $250 million annually. Numerous overseas students are drawn to the local culture and modern way of life each year. The nation is well-known for its varied topography, contemporary cities, and laid-back attitude. The tuition fees in Australia are affordable compared to the US. Students in Australian universities are eligible for a post-study work permit valid for up to four years. This can act as a pathway to permanent residency in Australia.

Although the only reliable reference for the latest changes and latest fees is the university’s website, on average, international students should expect the following tuition:

Study Program Average Tuition Fees in AUD
Undergraduate Bachelor Degree
20,000 – 45,000
Postgraduate Master’s Degree
22,000 – 50,000
Doctoral Degree
18,000 – 42,000
Vocational Education and Training
4,000 – 22,000
English language studies
300 per week

Some of the Popular Universities in Australia

Eligibility Requirements to study in Australia

Minimum Educational Qualification
12 -year diploma
Language Certificate
For B.s: IELTS 6 or more
For Master: IELTS 6.5-7
Minimum GPA

If you do not succeed in obtaining the required language score, you can get admission in certain universities on a conditional basis. For more information, contact us. 

Popular Courses in Australia:


UniversityAverage Tuition Fees/ Year in AUD
Australian National University (ANU) 33,000 –  50,000
University of Sydney 30,000 –  59,000
University of Melbourne 30,000 – 48,000
University of New South Wales (UNSW) 16,000 –  40,000
University of Queensland (UQ) 30,000 –  43,000
Monash University 25,000 –  37,000
University of Western Australia (UWA) 23,000 –  53,000
University of Adelaide 23,000 –  53,000
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 20,000-  37,000
University of Wollongong 20,000-  30,000


UniversityFee per Annum (AUD)
The University of New South Wales48,000
The University of Melbourne45,000
Monash University46,000
The University of Sydney40,000
The Australian National University47,000
The University of Queensland44,000
University of Technology Sydney40,000
The University of Adelaide44,000
RMIT University40,000
The University of Western Australia40,000


UniveristyPopular ProgramTotal Fees in AUD
University of MelbourneMS in Computer Science91,700
Australian National UniversityMasters of Computing91,200
University of SydneyMS in Mechanical Engineering69,000
University of QueenslandMS in Computer Science69,000
UNSW SydneyMS in Mechanical Engineering98,000
Monash UniversityMS in Information Technology67,000
University of AdelaideMS in Civil & Structural Engineering59,000
University of Western AustraliaMS in Oil & Gas EngineeringNA
UTS (University of Technology Sydney)Masters in Finance68,040
University of WollongongMasters in Computer Science68,736


University of Melbourne, Melbourne Business School  
University of New South Wales Business School  
Monash University, Monash Business School  
Macquarie University, Macquarie Business School  
University of Queensland, UQ Business School  
University of Western Australia, UWA Business School  
Australian National University, ANU College of Business and Economics  
University of South Australia, UniSA Business School  
University of Technology Sydney, UTs Business School
University of Wollongong, Sydney Business School