Universities and Higher Education
There are three main types of higher education which are Bachelor, Master and Doctoral Degrees. Australian institutions offer diverse courses and Australian institutions rank among the world’s best by discipline, particularly in engineering and technology, medicine, environmental science, accounting and finance. Along with Australian universities, there are numerous institutions offer higher education courses.
Australian universities and higher education institutions provide programs leading to Bachelor Degrees and higher qualifications in a diverse range of fields. Australian universities offer programs from Architecture to Zoology.
The Bachelor degree is the most common qualification offered in Australia. Specialised research training and professional development is also offered through Master and Doctoral degrees. Graduate certificates and Graduate diplomas are also available. Diplomas are becoming less common, however, the Associate degree provides a shorter-cycle degree program for professionals wishing to further their careers.
Why study at an Australian University?
- Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world.
- Australian universities offer over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions.
- Australian universities are linked to institutions in more than 100 countries and academic staff members are recruited from abroad countries.
- Australian universities provide excellent opportunities for job placement in the professional workforce.
How can we help?
- We can help you choose the right course and university regarding your needs, budget and career path.
- We can help you with the application and entry requirements for the university.
- We can help you manage your application from start to finish.
How to apply for universities
Required documents for applying for a university or a college
- Copy of proof of highest qualification (High school graduation document is required)
- Enrolment form
- Application form
- Bank Statement (which states within 3 months of transaction)
- English scores (for those who acquired IELTS score)
- Proof of employment, detailed tax statements (only if it has been a while since graduation), family background (parents)
- Resume (for graduates)
- Copy of family relation certificate
- Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE)
Introduction on UTS
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has built reputation for its design and communication courses and provides practical procedures through training. Also, UTS is famed for its Nursing courses as well as Information Technology (IT) and Engineering courses.
UTS:Insearch is the affiliated educational organisation of UTS that provides Pathway courses that allows students to transfer into the UTS Bachelor course. Insearch students are entitled to use every facility with UTS students and every program is collaborated with UTS.
Entry Requirements for international students
Important note on minimum age requirement: Students are expected to be at least 17 years of age when commencing diploma programs. International students who have met the entry requirements aged 16 years of age at the time of UTS Foundation Studies course commencement are able to join that program providing a) they are also packaged with a UTS Insearch Diploma AND b) are 17 at the time the diploma commences.
Average HSC 67% (Based on English PLUS 3 non VET subjects, all must be Category A subjects) or maximum OP 16 If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.
IELTS: 6.0 overall with 6.0 in writing or UTS Insearch AE4 with pass grade.
If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma
* Entrance conditions and pathways will differ depending on universities or courses, so please contact us to inquire about further information.