Admission procedure to get admission into Australian universities and colleges

Admission Procedure

Australian institutions have major intake in the month of February/ Early March each year. July/ August intake is also a very big intake with few courses in the specialized programs not being offered at this point of time. Some courses also start in the month of May, October and November.
Intakes

Australia generally has two intakes i.e. February and July, with few Universities offering multiple intake in September & November. It is suggested that you should start making applications ideally 7-8 months prior to the intake. University generally takes around 4-6 weeks to process the applications.

Documents needed

Documents needed for making an application are resume, statement of purpose, marksheets and passing certificates from 10th onwards, two reference letters from colleges / employers and passport copy or birth certificate & IELTS score sheet

Entry Requirements / Eligibility

Undergraduate – Bachelors

  • A good academic record in High School Certificate or 12 years of schooling
  • Some courses such as Computing and Engineering will require Mathematics and /or Science as pre-requisites
  • 6.0 IELTS

Postgraduate – Masters

    • A good academic record in Bachelors Degree from a recognized university is necessary
    • Any work experience in the field will be helpful
    • For MBA programs at some Universities students need to have work experience along with their Bachelors Degree
    • 6.5 IELTS

If you need any help regarding admission please do not hesitate to mail us at dhaka@india-ges.com or call us on our helpline numbers. One of our counselors will help you all the question.

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