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Australia is one of the most multi- cultural country in the world. Over 20% of Australian citizens were born overseas and they are drawn from over 200 different nations making Australia a real ‘melting pot’ nation. Around 20% of Australians speak a language other than English in their home. Although it is predominantly a Christian society, all forms of religion are represented in Australia and they are freely practiced and protected by law. Australians are friendly, direct and informal in their dealings with each other as they believe in equality and a ‘fair go’ society. People who work in low skilled or blue collar’ jobs such as cleaners, bus drivers etc receive, the same respect as those who work in professional jobs. It is also highly illegal to discriminate against others on grounds of race, gender, religion or sexuality.

The method of study in Australia may be very different to what you have experienced so far. It is important to give yourself a head start by keeping up to date with Australia news and current affairs and become familiar with Australia’s education system and learning culture. When you arrive, practice listening to the Australian accent.

Students are expected to conduct independent research, collect and analyse data by themselves or in groups, to raise questions and to participate in discussions and debates with other students and teachers. Students spend a great deal of time in libraries and laboratories conducting their own research. To be a successful student you will need to adapt to these new methods of learning and assessment. Students are assessed continuously through essays, presentations, tests, assignment, etc. One thing that may surprise you is the amount of access that you will be able to obtain with your tutors and lectures.

Capital: Canberra
Official Language: English
Official Currency: Australian Dollar
Total Area: 7,618,000 km²
Population: 22,834,471
Religion: Christianity
Climate: Summer-December to February
Winter- June to August
Autumn- March to May
Spring- September to November

Why Australia
Reasons to study in Australia:
1. Multicultural, friendly society, with over 400,000 international students coming to study each year.
2. Clear cut educational pathways between programs such as diploma to degree allowing for straight forward and simply progression.
3. Internationally acclaimed education options for international students plus many additional options for enhancing your English language proficiency.
4. Competitive in terms of cost of living and study for a fully developed economy.
5. Incredibly beautiful country with a wide range of scenic and leisure opportunities.
Australia has a great reputation as an educational provider; it provides high quality education for all students. There is growing awareness of the quality and variety of Australian courses and qualifications.
Many students are attracted by the courses offered by the Australian Educational System, which sets out 12 levels of qualifications across three educational sectors – school, university and vocational education and training.
Qualifications are awarded only after the achievement of competency standards. Once achieved, students can progress through different levels of qualifications, regardless of the sector, thus providing many different pathways between different levels.

Document Checklist

1. All Academic documents till date
3. Passport
4. Work Experience (If any)
5. University/ College Application form
6. Skype/ phone interview may be conducted by university for offer letter

(Offer letter processing time 1 to 6 weeks)
1. All academic documents (Transcript, Provisional, Character)
2. 2 recent passport- size color photos with white background.
4. Financial documents
@Educational Loan from Nabil or SBI bank Limited of Nepal to cover 1year tuition fee & 1 year living cost (18610 AUD) with 2000 Traveling cost for Streamlined Students or @ Minimum 3 months old bank balance certificate & statement with evidence of income.
5. Income sources with supporting documents
6. Valuation of Property with supporting documents
7. Tax Clearance Certificate
8. CA Report
9. Relationship certificate with sponsors and family members
10. Birth Certificate
11. Police Report
12. Citizenship Certificate (translated in English)
13. Confirmation of Enrollment (Coe) from University/College
14. Statement of Purpose ( SOP)
(If you are applying with a spouse, evidence of the ‘genuine and continuing’ nature of your relationship with your spouse. For Example;
- Marriage certificate
- Evidence of cohabitation
- Evidence of joint financial assets or liabilities ( if applicable) such as joint ownership of property or joint bank accounts
- Evidence of the social nature of the relationship such as photos together in various places, statements from friends / family members, loan to cover dependent’s living, travelling cost which is AUD 6515 per year with 2000 AUD Traveling cost.)
15. Visa Application form
16. Visa Application charge ( Demand Draft)
Dependent: Can apply at the same time with student
Visa Type: Student visa
Interview: Interview may taken face to face here in Kathmandu VFS so preparation is most
Intakes: University- Feb and September each year, Private College: will have flexible intake
Expenses: Tuition Fee payable for 1 year AUD 18000 to AUD 22000
Pocket money (2000 AUD)
Air Ticket (700 AUD)
Approximate expenses might be 15000 to 18000 AUD: NPR15 to 18 Lakhs.

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