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  • Scholarships - The scholarships tool on study in Australia is hosted by the Good Education Group through their website studiesinaustralia.com/scholarships-in-australia.

  • Study in Australia does not provide scholarships or provide advice on scholarship eligibility.

  • Courses - Course information listed on study in Australia is provided by the Department of Education. All institution enquiries regarding updates to data on study in Australia should be referred to http://cricos.education.gov.au/Contacts/CRICOSContacts.aspx

  • Students looking for detailed course information, including entry requirements, costs, scholarships and contact information should visit the university website.

  • Visas - You can find information about visas and entry requirements in the Apply to study section. If you have specific visa questions, contact the Department of Home Affairs.

  • Study in Australia is not a government immigration agency. We are unable to advise on visa eligibility, rulings or applications. Please refer all visa-related enquiries to the Department of Home Affairs.

  • Contact - For enquiries regarding content on this website, get in touch at enquiries@studyinaustralia.gov.au. Study in Australia cannot provide advice or respond to individualall student enquiries. These should be directed to relevant institutions and government departments.

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Australia is known for its diverse and welcoming people - there are so many reasons to consider studying in Australia.

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To study in Australia you'll need to apply for admission to an institution and a student visa from the Australian Government.

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