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Studying in Australia is modern, innovative and dynamic; it provides high-quality education relevant to the ever-changing demands of the workforce. It also provides a firm base for students who want to pursue higher education. Any university in Australia has achieved excellence in the variety of majors.
ALL THAT IN ADDITION TO
1. Many Universities to choose from
New South Wales: University of Sydney, University of Technology, Sydney University of Western Sydney, Macquarie University, University of Wollongong University of Newcastle, Charles Stuart University.
Queensland: Griffith University, Central Queensland University.
Victoria: La Trobe University, RMIT, MIT, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE.
Western Australia: University of Western Australia, Curtin University of Technology.
Tasmania: University of Tasmania.
2. Job opportunities.
3. Fabulous resources.
4. A great place to live.
Queensland With regions such as the Gold Coast and Whitsunday, it is little wonder that Queensland brings to mind lazy days on sunny beaches. It's true, the perfect climate and seaside towns show relaxed Australian culture at its best.
New South Wales Australia's oldest state is packed full of amazing attractions, places of spectacular natural beauty, unique history and a bunch of fun activities for all to enjoy.
Australian Capital Territory its full name is a bit of a mouthful so the state is known simply as the ACT. You could easily miss it on the map as it's far smaller than the state of New South Wales that completely surrounds it.
Victoria For a small state, Victoria has some of the best sightseeing and most fascinating places in the country. From the heady Gold Rush days to the dramatic scenery, there are surprises around every bend.
Tasmania Tucked away at the far south of the country and across the untamed waters of Bass Strait lays Tasmania, a place rich with heritage and spectacular natural history.
South Australia Wine connoisseurs won't be disappointed, with regions such as the Barossa, Clare Valley and The Limestone Coast, South Australia's large selection of acclaimed wineries will satisfy your every taste bud.
Western Australia has a rugged and beautiful outback & a history tied to the ocean. From the vast open plains of the Nullarbor to the colorful marine wonderland of Ningaloo Reef, WA provides the best of both worlds.
Northern Territory a land of contrasts, the Northern Territory is rich with striking scenery. From the lush rainforests of Kakadu and Katherine to the arid red plains of the Red Centre in Alice Springs and the great rock, Uluru, the land is full of surprises.
Living costs in Australia
Australia is a sophisticated, friendly and affordable country which enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the world. The average international student in Australia spends about $250 per week on:
- Incidental costs.
You may spend more or less, depending on - the course you choose to study, where you choose to live and your lifestyle.
a) Divan provides all information about life in Australia
b) Provide students about the information of universities and institutes.
c) Provide students about the information of emigration regulation that concern student.
d) Divan answer all mindful students questions about studying in Australia and outfits them with accurate and right information of available specialism, semester
duration, universities fee & the cost of living in Australia .
e) Divan applies instead of student for the student visa through the Australian embassy and gives details on how to travel.
Required documents to apply
1- Two personal photos.
2- Passport copy.
3- Transcript of high school.
4- Transcript of university.
5- Experience certificate.
6- Research proposal (PHD student)
7- Epitomized of any research that PHD student go through.
Note: all documents must be translated by a certified translation office.