No surprise that Australia is ranked 3rd in top study abroad destinations. Australia has duly earned its popularity among international students for its network of world-leading universities and an incomparable range of widely recognized programs.
After your initial assessment with one of our Academic Advisors we will build a highly personalised plan based on your age, current situation and admissions goals. Next you'll be introduced to your Educational Coordinator who'll help you organise your entire E-Planet journey and act as a regular communication base for you and your family.
Your Strategist is the 'captain of your application ship' helping you build out a personalised application list and formulate a highly personalised roadmap. Your strategist will help you pull all elements of your application(s) together, ensuring your final submission(s) will be as perfect as they can be. Read just some of our strategists profiles.
Whether it be the SAT or ACT, AP or UK course specific exams, our tutors are standardised test top scorers who can help you lift your scores above the competition. As a Crimson student you'll have access to the Crimson App where you can organise tutoring sessions, access practice tests and get instant expert feedback.
Working with your essay mentor you will brainstorm, ideate, craft, edit and refine a personal statement that resonates with admissions officers. Our mentors are top school graduates who understand the nuances of what it takes to write a stand-our personal statement or supplemental essay.
Our interview mentors have sat in that interview seat before - at Oxford, Cambridge and other top schools in the UK and the US. They will work with you to make sure you're prepared for every question possible, have the skill and confidence to think on your feet, and help you prepare questions you can ask your interviewers in return.
We directly represent top universities from Australia. You can apply to any one of them and check out the scholarship programs offered by our direct partners.
Australia is a modern, democratic country with great healthcare, world-class educational institutions and geography that’s like no place else on earth.
The higher education sector consists mainly of universities (both government and private). There are 39 Australian universities, of which 2 are private (Bond and Notre Dame). Primary roles of Australian Universities:
For Diploma, Bachelor or Master Degree course work:
A student visa holder is subject to work condition 8105 which permits the student to work 40 hours per fortnight while their course is in session and unlimited hours while their course is not in session. Postgraduate Research students can work unlimited hours once their course commences.
Dependent of student visa holders are permitted to work in Australia for 40 hours per fortnight once the student has commenced their course but if the student’s course of study is a course for the award of a masters (course work or research) or doctorate degree registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and courses of Overseas students, a dependent may work unlimited hours.
Compliance of Visa Condition as a student:
Sufficient level of English language proficiency and the minimum academic qualifications are required by the students before admission in an Australian university. Undergraduate degrees require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of this. Some degrees may also have certain pre-requisite subjects and grades. Entry to postgraduate courses requires completion of a Bachelor degree to a satisfactory standard. Prospective students may also need to demonstrate research ability or relevant work experience. University courses cost in Australia is comparable to those in other English speaking countries (USA, UK). In the Australian education system, some degrees are slightly shorter than in other countries. For example, some Bachelor degrees take three years in Australia but four years in the USA.
The measures that operate to safeguard and improve quality of Australia’s Universities include:
Documents that are required to be carried by the students to the institute/university at the time of arrival for orientation and enrollment are: