Study In Australia With Globally Recognized Universities



Australia has emerged as the world’s top Study Abroad destination for international students, including thousands of students from India. Here at Hurray, a leading Bangalore-based Overseas Education Consultant, we offer tailor-made services to help you achieve your career goals, with an overseas education in Australia!

We are in partnership with several top universities in Melbourne, Sydney, and other destinations across Australia, which offer a range of courses across disciplines – we will help you explore your options, find and enrol in the university of your dreams!

Major Study Abroad destinations in Australia


Melbourne is one of the world’s best cities for overseas education, with its vibrant cultural scene, excellent opportunities to broaden one’s horizons – and a high concentration of the nation’s, and the world’s, best universities.

Study in RMIT, University of Melbourne, Monash, Swinburne, La Trobe and several other top-ranked universities in Melbourne, with Hurray!


Arguably Australia’s most famous city, Sydney is a favourite with travellers and international students alike. Combine a top-notch academic experience, with the chance to explore an exciting city, by studying in Sydney.

We can help you explore your options at the University of Sydney, UNSW, Macquarie, and Charles Sturt – to name only a few!


The Australian national capital is home to the nation’s driving forces, and to its top-ranked university – the Australian National University! Avail of everything that the city has to offer while pursuing the best overseas education available in Australia, at Canberra.


The subjects that are most popular among our students looking to study abroad include Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Engineering, and MBA, as well as other Business courses.

And, for each of these subjects – Australian universities rank among the world’s best!

Check out a selection of the best PG courses for international students in each of these subjects, that we can help you explore.


Master in Data Science, offered by University of Melbourne

  • Ranked 32nd globally

  • 2-year course

Master in Applied Data Analytics, offered by Australian National University

  • 1.5-year course

  • maximum flexibility – ‘T-shaped programmes’



Master of Artificial Intelligence, offered by Monash University

  • 1.5-year course

  • only Go8 university to offer Masters in the specialisation

Master of Computing, by Australian National University

  • 2-year course

  • specialisation offered in Artificial Intelligence



Master of Engineering Science, offered by University of New South Wales


  • Ranked 38th globally

  • 2-year course

  • specialisations: Biomedical, Chemical, Food Science, Civil, Environmental, Geotechnical, Mining, Electrical, Energy, Mechanical and Manufacturing


Master of Engineering, offered by University of Melbourne


  • Ranked 40th globally

  • 2/3-year course

  • specialisations: Biochemical, Biomedical, Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Materials, Mechanical, Software and so on




University of Melbourne

  • Melbourne Business School Ranked 1st in Australia and 20th in the world

University of New South Wales


  • Ranked 26th globally


And remember – this is not all!

As a top Overseas Education Consultant, we have the expertise to help you find the course that suits your career goals best!

Studying Abroad in Australia: FAQs

  1. What types of courses are offered by Australian universities?

Australian universities offer 4 different types of courses:

  • Masters by Coursework – advanced course, typically of 1.5-2 years’ duration, with an emphasis on classroom-based teaching

  • Masters by Research – advanced course, typically of 1.5-2 years’ duration, with an emphasis on producing a research-based thesis

  • Graduate Diploma – typically of 1 year’s duration, oriented toward professional upskilling

  • Graduate Certificate– typically of 6 month’s duration, oriented toward professional upskilling

  1. What are the requirements for admission to Australian universities?

Academic: most Australian universities do accept Indian 3-year Bachelor programmes, with a specific minimum score.

Language: the preferred English tests are PTE Academic and IELTS, with a specific minimum score.

  1. When do Australian universities have their intakes?

Australian universities typically have 2 intakes a year.

  • Intake 1 – Between February and March, with certain universities or programmes commencing as late as April.

  • Intake 2 – Between July and August, with certain universities or programmes commencing as late as September.

  1. How much does it cost to study in Australia?

The tuition fee for most Masters programmes ranges between 20-37000 AUD per annum.

Additional fees will include an application fee of about 150-200 AUD, the Student Service and Amenities Fee (SSAF) of about 300-350 AUD, and the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

The cost of living in Australia varies as per the location, averaging at 20-25000 AUD per annum.

  1. Does Australia have a stay-back option for international students?

International students who graduate with a Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree awarded by an Australian University, are eligible for the Post-Study Work Stream Visa.

With this visa, the candidate is allowed to remain in the country to live and work for up to 2-4 years, depending on the qualification level.

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