Australia is one of the world’s most popular destinations for international students, offering a diverse variety of experiences and opportunities in a country known for its vast expanses, multicultural cities and natural beauty.
Study in Australia from Bangladesh. Australia is popular among Bangladeshi students for its cultural diversity, friendly natives and high quality of education. Students from Bangladesh can choose from a wide range of world-class universities suited for every budget and with generous scholarships.
An Australian degree is widely recognized as equal to one from the United States, Canada, UK, or Japan. Australian universities consistently do well in international rankings. The cost of living in the Australia is also seriously affordable compared to most other top destinations for Bangladeshi students. Students from Bangladesh are eligible to work up to 20 hours fortnight during academic sessions and full-time during scheduled breaks like winter vacation.
In general, tuition fees in Australia starts at about AUD 25,000 (about USD 17,600) per year. Tuition fees vary based on universities and the desired course or level of study.
For all Bangladeshi students, a visa is needed to study in Australia. The visa is issued against CoE (Confirmation of Enrollment) which can be obtained from the university after meeting all the admission requirements and depositing an initial amount.
Working as a Student
Working part-time during studies is possible. A student from Bangladesh can work up to 40 hours fortnight and full-time during vacations in Australia.
Top 10 Universities in Australia
Australia is home to few of the world’s leading universities. At Compreed, we have considered various credible sources to make a list of Top 10 Universities in Australia for Bangladeshi students.
Source: Times Higher Education
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Studied Abroad: Student Stories
“Hi, I’m Sandipan. I’m fascinated by Science and Technology, with a keen interest in Analytics. When I’m not working or volunteering, you can probably find me at my local library. I love books, music and visual culture, and currently serve as staff at one of the largest public Anime/Manga conventions in Sydney. I studied Biomedical Science (that’s Applied Clinical Chemistry/Diagnostics to a lot of you) at the University of Technology Sydney, and did a year of research on RNA biology. I currently work as an Insights Analyst at a major telecommunications company in Australia, and moonlight as a Teaching Associate at my alma mater."
How did your foreign degree contribute towards your current profession?
“I gained transferable soft skills and built interpersonal and influencing skills that help me drive outcomes on a regular basis n my current role as an Insights Analyst at SingTel."
In your opinion, what are the real benefits of studying abroad as compared to studying in Bangladesh?
“Access to thought leadership, enhanced facilities for research and study and opportunities to work with students of diverse backgrounds and nationalities."
What tips would you give to ambitious students who would like to study abroad?
“Be ambitious. Be curious. Seek opportunities to learn and gain industry/leadership experience. Be prepared to meet/work with people with a value set that’s completely different from your own."
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Course of Study: Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biomedical Science
Graduation Year: 2015
Current Position: Insights Analyst at SingTel
Current City: Sydney
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