Overseas Education has always been looked up as a costly affair. Australia has emereged with a solution to this problem by providing a high standard of quality education at affordable rates. Australia provides excellent living conditions and a tolerant multicultural society. The Australian Higher Education Institutions rank amongst the world's best and the quality of the education that they offer is equally high.
The Higher Education in Australia provides value for money by offering shorter and more instensive courses. The Australian Education is more practical and responsive to the needs of the present day market because it incorporates the latest innovations in all fields whether it be science or marketing or management.
Australia seems to be high on the list for many reasons:
Encore Education is a member of The Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (AAERI). The Association is supported by Australian High Commission, New Delhi and its members. AAERI aims to maintain high level of ethics in the profession of counselling and students recruitment for Australia.
Indians with 12 + 3 are acceptable for the Masters degree.
Masters course is available for the duration of 1, 1.5 and 2 years.
Australian Education is accepted thoughout the globe.
Visa processing is quite simple and less tedious.
As of now over 6,00,000 students of Indian Origin are studying there.
High Standard of education in international terms, good research facilities available with state of the art equipment.
Australian universities are members of an International Academic community and academic staff is frequently recruited on an international basis.
Australian academics and graduates are keenly recruited into institutions overseas, indicating a measure of Quality Education.
ESOS Act is put into effect to protect the interest of overseas students.
Safe country with pleasent climate and a stable democracy.
In Australia every course offered in a university has CRICOS Code which is given by Australian Government reflecting that the education system is fully controlled by the Government in Australia. There is no formal ranking of universities. Thus students from all around the world have long made Australia their education destination.
The Indian and Australian education systems are very similar in structure, i.e 10+2+3.
The VET & TAFE'S:
Vocational education and training (VET) gives students practical skills for their careers. The VET sector is divided into two sections: a nationally recognized government system of Technical and Further Education (TAFE); and private providers. TAFE is the largest provider of tertiary education courses in Australia.
The awards in VET sector are: certificates, advanced certificates, associate diplomas, diplomas. Studying at TAFE level is also a way of gaining entry - termed a pathway - to Australia's universities.
Most TAFE institutes have arrangements with specific universities, enabling students to gain credit for a portion of their study undertaken at TAFE. The VET courses include computing, design, pilot training, business management, hospitality and tourism and many other courses. Universities:
There are 37 public universities and two private universities in Australia which offer both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. University study can lead to the following awards: Undergraduate - Bachelor Degrees, Bachelor Degrees (with Honors'), Undergraduate Diplomas, Associate Diplomas; Postgraduate - Doctoral Degrees, Masters Degrees, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates.
Australia has a shortage of skilled workers thoughout all positions whether it is a trader or white collar professionals. GSM (general skilled Migration) gives permanent residency visa to the applicant and a family.