Types of Program and Requirement



Australia is a leading global education destination for international students, who are looking at a range of high quality higher education options. Australia offers international students an opportunity to obtain a world–class, affordable education. Australian Universities & Institutes are recognized globally for having some of the world's best facilities & educators.

Known for its vibrant & friendly culture with some of the paramount student friendly cities in the world, it is the place to choose for your higher education. Australian universities offer a wide range of courses to choose from, so if you are looking for a particular field or course to study, it is most likely that a high ranking Australian Institute would offer it. Australian universities will help you accelerate your chosen career path by adding a highly reputed qualification and superior employability skills to your CV.


There are several factors that make Australian education one the best in the world such as
  • World class Education with excellent research facilities.
  • Flexible degree programs as well as short term industry /job relevant programs are available.
  • The Education System is highly regulated by the Australian Popular study destinations Government through their initiatives taken such as ESOS and CRICOS. The ESOS Act is framed to protect the interest of overseas Students.
  • CRICOS Code is issued to every university by Australian government for the surveillance of the education system.
  • Worldwide Recognized Education System. 7 out of World's Top 100 Universities are in Australia.
  • Currently over 4,00,000+ Indian students are part of Australian Education System.
  • Australia stands as the 3rd largest International student destination country behind UK and USA.
  • Australian education offers "earn and learn" opportunity, with plenty of work opportunities that help students supplement their living expenses.
  • Students at undergraduate level can work up to 40 hours per fortnight and at Masters Level they have unlimited work rights.
  • Australian Government contributes AUD200 million towards study for International students.
  • Good schemes available to work for 2/3/4 years after study depending on level of the course.


    • Duration ‐ Two years
    • Completed following ‐ Year 12 or equivalent, Certificate III or Certificate IV
    • Details ‐ The Associate Degree is a short-cycle Degree program that can help with career development if you're already working and don't have time to complete a full Bachelor Degree. It can be a pathway to a Bachelor Degree or prepare you for an Advanced Diploma in specialist industry training. An Associate Degree will be about the basics or foundations of your field. It will cover the broad theory and enable you to develop the basic employment-related skills.
    • Duration ‐ Three years
    • Completed following ‐ Year 12 or equivalent, Certificate III or Certificate IV
    • Details ‐ A Bachelor Degree is the basic qualification for entry to a field. It will give you a systematic body of knowledge, the underlying principles and the problem-solving techniques you'll need to work in the discipline. With deeper content than an Associate Degree, your Bachelor Degree will develop your skills and knowledge to the point where you can pursue postgraduate studies if you want to.
    • Duration ‐ One year after completion of Bachelors degree
    • Completed following ‐ Bachelor Degree
    • Details ‐ If you do particularly well in your Bachelor Degree, your institution might grant entry to an additional year of study to enable you to graduate with honors.
    • Duration ‐ Typically 3 years
    • Completed following ‐ Masters Degree Details ‐ The highest award offered by Australian universities, the Doctoral Degree is a research program, although it can have some coursework.
  • Master DEGREE
    • Duration ‐ 1 to 2 years
    • Completed following ‐ Bachelor Degree (Honors) or Bachelor Degree
    • Details ‐ A Master Degree is a course of independent research, traditional coursework or a combination of the two, and will make you a leader in your field. A Master Degree takes either one year after a Bachelor Degree with honors, or two years after a Bachelor Degree.


Australian Universities have 2 main intakes during a year and both intakes are open to all courses

  • July/August intake: This is more popular for Indian students as they do not lose time in studies
  • January/February intake: This intake is also available for all courses and suits those especially going in for Masters Course


  • STEP1: Discuss your aims and study/career goals with us

    This is the most important part of your application process. We use our expertise to advise you what best may be suited for you.

    We discuss several options and start the process of short listing courses and universities that can best meet your future goals.

    We then draw a 6 to 9 months plan to ensure a very high chance to get you admitted to the universities of your choice.

  • STEP2: Apply through an education agent or directly

    Most applications are made on line and we will provide all help and support in preparing an impressive application.

    Some of the essential documents required along with an application are

    • An "International students application form" duly filled. Applicants must verify that the selected courses have a CRICOS number.
    • Supporting documents
      • 10th/12th class marks when applying for a Bachelors or diploma course.
      • 12th class/Bachelor's degree, semester wise college mark sheets when applying for a master course.
      • IELTS/TOEFL Scores
      • Statement of purpose (if required)
      • 2 to 3 letters of recommendation.
      • Personal resume/CV (if required)
      • Details of work experience (if any)
      • Photocopy of Passport
    • Application fee (for some Universities)
  • We have direct contacts with several Australian universities and will undertake the task of submission of your application, follow up with universities and getting your Letter of Offer

  • STEP3: Receiving your Letter of Offer

    If your application is successful, you will receive a 'Letter of Offer'. To confirm your offer you must respond to this letter by signing and sending an acceptance of offer back to the institution.

    This can usually be done by mail or in some cases by scanning and emailing the letter The Letter of Offer is a contract between you and the institution.

    It sets out the course you will be enrolled in, enrolment conditions, the fees you need to pay, and the refund payable if you don't complete your course with that provider.

    This contract is very important ‐ if you don't start your course, or finish your course, this written agreement will be used to determine if you will receive a refund.

    Most Letters of Offers will ask you to deposit a certain amount with the university to confirm your acceptance.

    Send your deposit only after you take a final decision.

    Keep a copy of the Letter of Offer. You will need this copy so that you are aware of your rights and if you have to make a claim against the institution.

  • STEP 4: Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE)

    After you have accepted your Offer and paid your deposit you will receive an 'Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment' (eCoE) by email.

    This will outline your course start date, total course fees and how long your course will run for.

    The eCOE entitles you to apply for a Study Visa for Australia

  • STEP 5: Apply for your Visa

    We will also provide you detailed help in your Visa application to ensure your Visa application is successful.

We at Education Pathways have a comprehensive knowledge of the Australian Education Systems ‐ a thorough knowledge of the university and colleges, the value and standing of their various courses, their official certification, ranking and the employment opportunities after graduation.

If you are thinking of studying in Australia, we can offer professional advice on your study option and opportunities. We also offer a range of services to ensure you get the most out of your education, including information on courses, qualifications, institutions, academic requirements, student visas, travels, living, part time job during study and full time after finishing study.

We represent universities and colleges and work closely with students and institutions to make your admissions and visa procession easier and to ensure your stay in the Australia a positive experience. We can boast to be among the most professional education consultants to get your admissions in to over 60 leading Australian universities, TAFE institutes and colleges.


The higher education at Australian universities, TAFE institutes and colleges consists of large number of options and up to 10 levels of study. They include UG Certificate; UG diploma; Associate degree; Bachelors degree; Bachelors (Honors); PG Diploma; Masters and Doctorate degrees. The choices have to be carefully chosen and will depend on the course you want to study; the skills you want to learn and your future plans.

You have to also decide whether to apply to a university or a college or a TAFE institute. We will always ensure you make the correct choices.

APPLY AT THE EARLIEST: The application process to Australia is well defined and laid out steps and should be strictly followed. There are several procedures primarily aimed at protecting the interests of International students and applying at the earliest is advisable.

For an admission to the course and university of your choice you must start the application process 6 to 8 months before start of the course. You must visit our office for further assistance and ensuring your full satisfaction.