Australia boasts to be third largest English speaking destination for international students (the US and UK being the first two). The Australian education system is similar to ours and students can complete Bachelor’s degrees in three years and Master’s degrees in usually two years. The tuition fees of Australian universities vary from USD $7000 to USD $15000 per annum (some universities may charge higher fees). You can work for 20 hours per week on campus while studying in an Australian institution. Even though you do not get permission for a year of work after you graduate, you can apply to work in Australia through the skilled migration programme.
For admissions to the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes students need the IELTS only. Having a SAT or GRE score respectively may not enhance your profile. For MBA programmes students should appear for the GMAT as well as the IELTS.
“Australia is an internationally recognised source of high quality education as well as research excellence. Our universities, vocational education and training colleges and schools are world-class. And Australia is a world leader in English language courses for international students. Australian Government legislation requires quality assurance agencies and codes of conduct to be in place so that international students in Australia and their parents enjoy a level of service and financial protection that is unrivalled. Multicultural Australia is a safe, friendly, sophisticated, and harmonious society in which students can learn and travel in an English speaking country. Australia also offers excellent value for money and a high standard of living,” states the Australian Government website.