Study in Australia

Australia has a leading global education with some of the world's best universities that provide international students with a range of programs and quality study options. Australia has the third highest number of international students all over the world, despite having a population of only 23 million.

 

Australian courses are of very high quality and recognized worldwide by both employers and other academic institutions. Also, many Australian universities have already been featured in the top 50 ranked universities in the world in the following areas: Art & Humanities, Clinical & Pre-clinical Health, Engineering & Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Science and Social Sciences.

 

The highlight is that the Australian students can enroll in a double or combined degree program which leads to the award of two Bachelor degrees, especially in areas of Arts, Law, and Science.

 

Work While Stydying:

International students in Australia holding a student visa can apply for a work permission, once they finish their courses.

A visa with permission to work enables students to work up to 20 hours a week. In some cases, family members can also apply for permission to work up to 20 hours a week throughout the year. In the case of master's and doctorate students, family members can apply for permission to work unlimited hours. The money a student earns from working in Australia should only supplement his or her income and can not be used as the only source of income.

 

BESA offers students a wide variety of programs & services in Australia; such as: Foundation, Bachelor Degree, Masters Programs, and Language Courses.