Study in Australia for Ghana students
Study in Australia for Ghana students

Universities in Australia

There is no federal or state-level application system for international students applying to universities in Australia, so you will need to apply directly to the university, usually online and often for a fee. You’ll need to provide documents such as proof of your English language proficiency and certificates that verify your previous study and educational qualifications to date.

  • Acceptance to study in Australia

    If your application is successful, you’ll receive a ‘Letter of Offer’ which you should read carefully before signing and sending it back to the university to confirm your acceptance. This letter is a contract between you and the institution and sets out the course you’ll be enrolled in, the conditions, fees and refund terms.

    After you’ve accepted your offer and paid your deposit you will receive an ‘Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment’ (eCoE) by email, which outlines your program’s start date, total fees and course length.

  • International students in Australia

    Universities in Australia have a strong reputation worldwide. Indeed, only the US and the UK have more universities in the top 100 of the QS World University Rankings®. Australian universities are also known to be strong proponents of internationalization, and are well-prepared to welcome large numbers of international students each year.

  • High ranked Australian education

    All but one of the members of Australia’s Group of Eight (similar to the US Ivy League) make it into the global top 100, and a total of 37 Australian universities are featured in the rankings. Australia also lays claim to the highest number of institutions featured in the QS Top 50 Under 50 and Next 50 Under 50 – which celebrate the world’s leading young universities.

Study in Australia for Ghana students
Study in Australia for Ghana students
Study in Australia for Ghana students
Study in Australia for Ghana students
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