A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

As mentioned elsewhere we are nearly a decade old organization. Over the years, we have helped scores of students and migrants to realize their dreams. Not only we have our own office, but have build up a strong network of our existing clientele who will help you to assimilate easily in the Australian milieu.

Most English speaking countries require prospective students or migrants to that country to have a specified minimum understanding of the English language. This understanding is mostly evaluated through their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 
These skills are tested through various English Language Proficiency Tests (ELP). 
The most popular and widely accepted amongst these tests are: 

  • Pearson’s Test of English: (PTE).
  • International English Language Testing systems: (IELTS).
  • Test of English as Foreign Language: (TOEFL).
  • Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test (also known as Certificate in Advanced English)..
  • PTE : 360 days in a year.
  • IELTS: 48 days in a year.
  • TOEFL: 50 days in a year.
  • CAE: 22 days in a year.
  • OET: 91 days in a year.
  • PTE : 5 days after the test.
  • IELTS: 13 days after the test.
  • TOEFL: 10 days after the test.
  • CAE: 28 to 42 days after the test.
  • OET: 16 days after the test.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

As mentioned elsewhere we are nearly a decade old organization. Over the years, we have helped scores of students and migrants to realize their dreams. Not only we have our own office, but have build up a strong network of our existing clientele who will help you to assimilate easily in the Australian milieu.

Most English speaking countries require prospective students or migrants to that country to have a specified minimum understanding of the English language. This understanding is mostly evaluated through their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 
These skills are tested through various English Language Proficiency Tests (ELP). 
The most popular and widely accepted amongst these tests are: 

  • Pearson’s Test of English: (PTE).
  • International English Language Testing systems: (IELTS).
  • Test of English as Foreign Language: (TOEFL).
  • Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test (also known as Certificate in Advanced English)..
  • PTE : 360 days in a year.
  • IELTS: 48 days in a year.
  • TOEFL: 50 days in a year.
  • CAE: 22 days in a year.
  • OET: 91 days in a year.
  • PTE : 5 days after the test.
  • IELTS: 13 days after the test.
  • TOEFL: 10 days after the test.
  • CAE: 28 to 42 days after the test.
  • OET: 16 days after the test.

As mentioned elsewhere we are nearly a decade old organization. Over the years, we have helped scores of students and migrants to realize their dreams. Not only we have our own office, but have build up a strong network of our existing clientele who will help you to assimilate easily in the Australian milieu.

Most English speaking countries require prospective students or migrants to that country to have a specified minimum understanding of the English language. This understanding is mostly evaluated through their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 
These skills are tested through various English Language Proficiency Tests (ELP). 
The most popular and widely accepted amongst these tests are: 

  • Pearson’s Test of English: (PTE).
  • International English Language Testing systems: (IELTS).
  • Test of English as Foreign Language: (TOEFL).
  • Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test (also known as Certificate in Advanced English)..
  • PTE : 360 days in a year.
  • IELTS: 48 days in a year.
  • TOEFL: 50 days in a year.
  • CAE: 22 days in a year.
  • OET: 91 days in a year.
  • PTE : 5 days after the test.
  • IELTS: 13 days after the test.
  • TOEFL: 10 days after the test.
  • CAE: 28 to 42 days after the test.
  • OET: 16 days after the test.

As mentioned elsewhere we are nearly a decade old organization. Over the years, we have helped scores of students and migrants to realize their dreams. Not only we have our own office, but have build up a strong network of our existing clientele who will help you to assimilate easily in the Australian milieu.

Most English speaking countries require prospective students or migrants to that country to have a specified minimum understanding of the English language. This understanding is mostly evaluated through their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 
These skills are tested through various English Language Proficiency Tests (ELP). 
The most popular and widely accepted amongst these tests are: 

  • Pearson’s Test of English: (PTE).
  • International English Language Testing systems: (IELTS).
  • Test of English as Foreign Language: (TOEFL).
  • Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test (also known as Certificate in Advanced English)..
  • PTE : 360 days in a year.
  • IELTS: 48 days in a year.
  • TOEFL: 50 days in a year.
  • CAE: 22 days in a year.
  • OET: 91 days in a year.
  • PTE : 5 days after the test.
  • IELTS: 13 days after the test.
  • TOEFL: 10 days after the test.
  • CAE: 28 to 42 days after the test.
  • OET: 16 days after the test.

As mentioned elsewhere we are nearly a decade old organization. Over the years, we have helped scores of students and migrants to realize their dreams. Not only we have our own office, but have build up a strong network of our existing clientele who will help you to assimilate easily in the Australian milieu.

Most English speaking countries require prospective students or migrants to that country to have a specified minimum understanding of the English language. This understanding is mostly evaluated through their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 
These skills are tested through various English Language Proficiency Tests (ELP). 
The most popular and widely accepted amongst these tests are: 

  • Pearson’s Test of English: (PTE).
  • International English Language Testing systems: (IELTS).
  • Test of English as Foreign Language: (TOEFL).
  • Occupational English Test (OET).
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test (also known as Certificate in Advanced English)..
  • PTE : 360 days in a year.
  • IELTS: 48 days in a year.
  • TOEFL: 50 days in a year.
  • CAE: 22 days in a year.
  • OET: 91 days in a year.
  • PTE : 5 days after the test.
  • IELTS: 13 days after the test.
  • TOEFL: 10 days after the test.
  • CAE: 28 to 42 days after the test.
  • OET: 16 days after the test.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

A suitable course can be defined as any course in which the student gains knowledge which he / she can then apply to secure their careers anywhere in the world. The Australian education system ensures this. Your career will get a tremendous boost with help of a two year post study work visa if you acquire a graduate or post graduate Australian degree. (Conditions apply).

It varies on the chosen course, duration of the course. It also varies on whether the education service provider is state owned or owned privately. Please find below the approximate tuition fee per annum. All figures are in Australian Dollars.

  • School : 7800 to 30000
  • Vocational Education & Training: 4000 to 22000
  • Undergraduate Bachelor Degree: 15000 to 33000
  • Post Graduate Masters Degree: 20000 to 37000
  • Doctoral Degree: 14000 to 37000


Please note that fees mentioned above are not applicable for high value courses in Medicine or Veterinary.
Source: Australian government web site: www.studyinaustralia.gov.au

  • A student holding Student Visa – sub class 500, is allowed to work for 40 hours in a fortnight when the classes are in session and full time when classes are not in session.
  • Students pursuing Masters by Research or PhD students have unlimited work rights.
  • Student dependents are allowed to work for 40 hours in fortnight, however, dependents of students pursuing a Masters degree or above have full work rights.
  • Australia has one of the highest minimum wages in the world and students and their dependents can expect any where between Rs. 72,000 to 80,000 per month per worker.

All students who complete  course(s), which are of two years or more, are eligible to apply for a two year Post Study Work Visa. This visa allows you to work in any field for two years. This can lead to Permanent Residency if you meet the requirements for a Permanent Residency Visa.

Our Director, Mr. Dilip Kumar Nooney is a Registered Migration Agent. It means that he is licensed by the Department of Home Affairs, Government of Australia, to offer immigration related advice for prospective migrants and students who either want to migrate to Australia or study in Australia. ( https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/)

  • The Registered Migration Agent can explain available options and suggest a suitable one.
  • Help in preparing the documentation required to lodge a visa application.
  • Help the applicant a faster decision by lodging a well prepared application with correct documentation.
  • Registered Migration Agents are qualified to help applicants with their visa applications and can liaison with Department of Home Affairs (the Department) and other organizations for the applicants
  • We have tie ups with top universities and colleges in Australia with a proven track record of nearly a decade.
  • We also have our own office in Australia, which means that we can liaison better with the concerned authorities.

The immigration authorities typically require the applicant to demonstrate financial capabilities to fund minimum one year tuition fees and one year of living expense.
The current requirements are AUD 20290 for the student, AUD 7100 for spouse / partner and AUD 3040 for a non school going child.

We can help you to find a course in demand and which has a bright future by studying the fast economic trends and extrapolating the same in to the future. This is possible because of our experience.

  • 22000 Courses, 1100 Institutes.
  • 200 Million Australian $ Scholarship every year for International students.
  • ESOS Advantage – AQF safeguards your studies thru CRICOS.
  • 7 Universities in the top 100 in the world.
  • 3rd most popular destination for students in the world.
  • 250 Thousand alumni of Australian Universities making their mark around the world.
  • 15 Nobel Laureates from Australian Universities. Hub of the world for research and innovation. What do you think?

Australia offers a first world living experience. Top notch universities and a safe environment.

  • Peaceful and safe country with strict gun control laws.
  • Multicultural society – migrants from more than 100 countries.
  • Abundant personal freedom.
  • Egalitarian country.
  • Distance from the perennial hotspots of the world.
  • No or very little corruption.
  • High minimum wages.
  • Safe and politically stable.
  • Great sporting culture.
  • Climatic condition very similar to India.

What do you think??

Based on your eligibility, we will try to help you get scholarships, which can reduce your financial burden. We can also help you to get an education loan, based again on your eligibility.

If you apply through a Registered Migration Agent and if your documentation is genuine, the chances of getting a rejection are very low. However your individual circumstances are the top most influencer in the decision.

The cost can be reduced if you take an alternate pathway to an Australian degree. These pathways are also known as articulated study options. For example if you want to pursue Bachelor in Business Management from University of Southern Queensland (a three year course), then you will have to spend Rs. 34 lakhs as tuition fee. However if you do a Diploma in Business Administration from Pacific College (one year course, fee Rs. 5 lakhs), not only you can get admission in second year of Bachelor of Business Management of University of Southern Queensland (thus not losing one year) but also save around Rs. 6.3 lakhs in fee. There are many such options available.

No, you can bundle courses under the same visa. 

Bridging visas are temporary visas which allow people to legally reside in the Australian community while they are applying for a long term visa, appealing a decision relating to their visa, or making arrangements to leave Australia.        

This depends on your passport nationality, If you are required to complete one, you will be directed by immigration on the steps.

In order to receive a student visa, the visa office must be confident that you are a Genuine Temporary Entrant, meaning you truly plan to be in Australia TEMPORARILY in order to and then RETURN HOME.

This will depend on the severity of the crime. You will have to disclose this in your student visa application.

Immigration expects that you will have sufficient funds to live and study in Australia. This amount is sufficient for your first year's living expenses + fees for your first year of tuition + return airfare.

This amount can be shown by anyone you are close to. However, be prepared to explain the nature of the relationship if it is not your immediate family. 

This evidence can also be shown by one, or both, of your parents if they earned the equivalent of AUD 60,000 in the last financial year. This must be shown in the form of official government-issued tax statements.

Yes, you need to show at least a high school certificate, both the enrolment and the visa application. A scanned copy should be sufficient.

Decisions about refunds are discretionary, but they can also be mandatory. Department will consider your application for a refund, or must refund your money to you. It will read any supporting documentation. And then it will decide whether a refund is available to you.

This is why getting specialist help is so important. It’s not just about getting the application right. It’s also about making sure that your money works for you, and that you aren’t in a position where you have lost it later on.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

It is not necessary. Many courses are taught in English Language. Courses in Economics, Engineering, Fashion, and Management are available in English language. However you will be more comfortable in France with utilitarian knowledge of French.

There are literally hundreds of coaching centers teaching French language in India. However only certificates from  Alliance Francaise are accepted. You can learn French from Alliance Francaise centres.

GMAT for MBA, but there are also many institutes that do require GMAT. TOEFL & IELTS are required only if the institute is not able to ascertain the standard of English during the telephonic interview.

Yes. To pursue under graduate degree BaccaIaureat is required. This is equivalent to 10+ 2 in India.

No it is not the same. The word “diploma” means degree like Bachelors or Masters.

No. A poly technique in France offers B Sc , B Tech, M tech or PH.D degrees whereas polytechnics in India usually only offer Diplomas.

The French Government does not have a policy of ranking Universities and professional colleges. As far as Engineering is concerned, most colleges are specialize in only one stream for one college, one college offers only mechanical another may offer only Chemical.

There are many scholarships offered by France. The French embassy, the French External Affairs Ministry, and many institutions offer different scholarships.

It is perfectly legal for foreign students from finding employment in France.

Anyway you will be made to undergo a medical test by a French doctor upon reaching France when you apply for the “carte de séjour” or the temporary resident permit. However we do suggest that you carry a certified copy (by a registered medical practitioner) of your immunization schedule from India.

yes, It costs around Rs 3500 – Rs 4500 for a coverage of USD 50000.

Birth certificate from the Hospital or Registrar of Birth. Passport or 10th class certificate is not accepted. The birth certificate should have the names of both parents. The documents should be translated by Alliance Francaise.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The student has to apply to a Designated Learning Institute - DLI. After getting the acceptance letter, the student may be eligible to apply for a Study Permit. The study Permits are issued to entry to Canada.

DLI – Designated Learning Institute. These are the education service providers, who are recognized by the Canadian government and are authorized to impart education to international students.

It depends on the course, university, province and whether it is a undergraduate or a PG program. However according to statistics of Canada, the average fee for undergraduate was CA$ 25,180 and for PG it is CA $ 16, 252

For a single person : Tuition Fee + CA $ 10,000 per annum.

For  accompanying one Family Member: CA $ 4,000.

For each additional family member: CA $ 3,000.

Requisite IELTS score is a mandatory requirement for most Canadian Universities and Colleges, However it is not mandatory for applying for a Study Permit unless applying through SPP.

It varies from visa office to visa office. however it may take approximately 45 working days if there are no issues.

Yes, students are allowed to work part time for 20 hrs. in a week during academic sessions and full time during the declared vacations.   

If the student has graduated from eligible DLI after completing a course whose duration was:

  • For Less than 8 months : No work permit.
  • For More than 8 months but Less than 2 years: Will get work permit for the simalr duration as the course undertaken.
  • For 2 years or more: Work permit is issued for 3 years.

Yes, an open work permit can be issued if the student is a full time student and holds a valid Study Permit.

It is of the same tenure as the Study Permit of the student.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

The validity of a New Zealand Student Visa is up to four years.

Yes, you can study in any institute which is fully registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Yes, a student can work upto 20 hrs a week when school is in session. however during officially declared
vacation, student can work full time. Please note that students pursuing Masters by Research and Ph.D
enjoy full time work rights.

Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa + another year, if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.

Level 7 (Non Degree):

If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.

Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa

One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.

Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.

 

NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

    Level 7 Graduate Diploma:

    If you complete Level 7 Graduate Diploma with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 2 years.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:
  • Two year open post study work visa + another year if you are working towards registration with a professional or trade body. Total 3 years.
  • Level 7 (Non Degree):

    If you complete Level 7 (Non Degree) with minimum study of 30 weeks, then you can get post study work visa for:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work visa.
  • Level 7 Bachelor Degree or above:

  • Three year post study work Visa
  • One qualification at Level 4-6 of a two-year duration:

    If you complete one qualification at Level 4-6 with 60 weeks study in New Zealand:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work Visa
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year open post study work visa.
  • Two qualifications at Levels 4-6:

    If you complete two qualification at Levels 4 -6 with the proviso that for each qualification you study in New Zealand for 30 weeks (Total 60 weeks) and the second qualification should be higher than the first:

    Auckland:

  • One year open post study work visa.
  • NZ excluding Auckland:

  • Two year post study work Visa

Medical andTravel insurance is mandatory for the entire duration of your study in New Zealand.

We recommend that you should get in touch with a fully licensed immigration agency like us. We would be able to guide you in professional way on an individual basis.

After we help you to identify the appropriate course and university, we will help you in completing the relevant application forms. Documents include educational documents, SOP etc

We will then apply on your behalf and obtain an ‘Offer of Place’ detailing information about commencement dates, course details and details about the tuition fee.

If the course you want to study is less than than three months duration, and you hold a NZ visitor’s visa, then you do not need a student visa. If your course will take three months or longer to complete, you will need to apply for a student visa.

There is no age limit to get a student visa in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand advises you allow up to a maximum of seven weeks (35 working days) for processing of student visa applications. Processing is, however, often quicker if your application is straight forward.

The visa is valid immediately upon issuing, so once you have your visa, you can use it to enter New Zealand.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required to be attended.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs. per week.

Generally No. However, in some cases, a Skype interview is required.

Yes, if you have enrolled in a full time, daytime course in a University.

If you find time, you can work up to 40 hrs per week.

A standard working week is 40 hours, within 5 working days, which amounts to 8 hours on average per day .

Poland full-time education at state institutions of higher education is free for Polish citizens. It is also free for foreigners who commence studies in at State Higher education institutes on terms applicable to Polish citizens.

Ranked in the fifth position to study in Europe. Poland is a low expenditure country where one can simply find its accommodation at low cost with high quality education.

International students have the right to work while studying in Poland as long as they are enrolled in an Institution.

A student can earn about 10-15 PLN (2.5 – 3.75 euro) per hour. The minimum wage in Poland is 317 euro per month.