Connect . Explore . Learn | Studying and Working Indians in Australia
Last week I updated some information about living expenses in Australia. Hope it served you in some way.
Now, I am going to share some information about “Studying in Australia” and “Contact Agents” whom you can refer to, if you are an Indian and need any help.
Your search for an Australian education qualification should begin with identification of a course that best meets your requirements. Australian institutions offer a wide range of courses with diverse specializations and therefore students need to invest time in selecting the right course that meets their requirements. The decision to study abroad is a significant one, and there are many considerations to take into account.
Information is available directly from the Australian institution’s website or from their appointed representatives here in India. Often, representatives from the institutions will visit India to interview students or to participate in exhibitions - details are generally advertised in the daily press.
Australian education institutions have authorized agents to represent them in India. These agents can provide you with information about the education institutions that they represent and help students to apply for enrollment and facilitate the application for an Australian Student Visa. Make sure that the agent is an authorized representative of the institution that you wish to apply to and understand any fees that may be levied for using their services.
You can call into the Australian Trade Commission in New Delhi during working hours. Students seeking information from outside Delhi can phone, fax, e-mail or write to:
Education Office - Austrade New Delhi
Australian Trade Commission (Austrade)
Australian High Commission
No 1/50 G, Shantipath
NEW DELHI 110 021
Phone: + 91 11 4575 6233 /
Fax: + 91 11 4149 4491