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Insurance for Australia

Many international students traveling and studying in Australia will want to have a private health insurance plan in place for the full duration of their time abroad. It’s important to think about what type of coverage you’ll need and if you plan to do any international traveling.

Many students apply for a travel medical insurance coverage for Australia so that they will be covered in case the unexpected happens. Whether you get sick, need emergency care, or need evacuation coverage, international travel medical insurance can help you.

Australia has a special health insurance coverage for international students called Overseas Student Health Cover (OSCH). This insurance is required while on your student visa in Australia – however what happens if you travel to another country? Or, if you need more comprehensive coverage? Or, if you will be traveling to Australia as a non-student? Learn more about health care and insurance in Australia.

AUSTRALIA  

Australia is the 3rd most popular student destination in the world which offers 22,000 courses across 11,000 institutions. 8 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian and the Australian Universities feature in the top 50 ranked university in the world.

The Australian Government invest more than A$200 million annually in international scholarship which makes overseas students easier to experience Australian education. Over 1 billion people around the world rely on Australian discoveries and innovations to make their lives better.

Why Australia

Australia has five of the 30 best cities in the world for students based on student mix, affordability, quality of life, and employer activity. Australian Education Services like ESOS ACT 2000 protects the rights of international students meaning that you will have right to know information from your institution and it is the institution’s responsibility to orient and help you study.

Likewise, TPS assists international students whose education providers are unable to fully deliver their course of study.

 

Here are some more information that can help you

Choosing the Right Program

How do you know what program / university is right for you? Reading our “factors to consider” section should give you a good understanding of what you need to think about so you can make the right choice.

Working in Australia

One of the benefits of being an international student in Australia is that you have permission to work part-time while completing your degree. Australia, unlike other countries, gives student visa automatic permission to work.

International students must find a job on their own, but once hired, they will gain hands-on experience in a number of fields including retail, administration, and hospitality.

Not only is this a unique opportunity for students to gain real work-experience in Australia, but it also helps students cover their living and college expenses as well as improves their business English fluency.

If you are interested in Working in Australia, we can help provide you with information on visa requirements, working permissions, landing a job and more.

See why many international students are choosing Australia as their international study destination where they can get international work experience and improve their English.

Post Graduation

You have graduated – now what happens? What are your options? Can you stay in Australia? Do you need to leave the country? Can you go to Graduate School? After you graduate, you have many options you can decide what is right for you.

Financial Aid for Australia

Studying in Australia can be expensive depending on the program. The key to success is to budget ahead of time and secure financial assistance. Once you have verified your costs, the next step is calculating how much you and your family can afford.

International organizations, international scholarships, international student loans, and private Australian organizations can be important funding sources that can help you study in Australia. Read our Financial Aid section to learn more.

Living in Australia

Living in Australia may be different to life in your home country. To prepare for life in a foreign country far from home, our “Living in Oz” section gives you help, advice and information about what life is like in Australia.