When it comes to educational standards, Australian universities are placed top in the world ranking.
Students from all over the world wish to study at Australian universities because companies regard these degrees very high.
If you are planning to study in Australia, you need to make sure that your Australian education institution will recognise your qualifications for admission.
1. Undergraduate (Bachelor) Courses - Qualification Recognition
If you are looking to get entry into an undergraduate degree, you need to make sure that you meet the Australian higher education institutions qualification criterias:
You have completed an Australian Secondary School
You have completed a Secondary School Overseas
You have completed an International Qualification
International Baccalaureate along with notional ATAR and rank table
2. Postgraduate (Master) Courses - Qualification Recognition
3. Vocational Courses Qualification Recognition
Before getting into the qualification recognition for vocational courses, it is important to know about Vocational Education & Training (VET), and Technical and Further Education (TAFE).
Vocational Education & Training (VET) is an educational training that focuses on providing essential skills required for working. It provides skills to people, helping them in:
Joining the workforce for the first time
Rejoining the workforce after a break
Moving to a different career
Upgrading skills in their selected field
Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes are government-owned providers that offers VET courses. The TAFE sector is one of the largest education and training sectors in Australia. Each year, thousands of international students come to Australia to get practical skills and vocational training in TAFE.
International students enrol into TAFE institutes to:
Gain work-based skills to improve their job opportunities
Improve their chances of being accepted into some leading or higher education courses.
Take benefits of the wide assortment of courses on offer.
Enjoy the attention in small class sizes
To get entry into VET and TAFE courses, students need to provide qualification evidence which should be equivalent to the Australian year of 10, 11 and 12. Education providers offer a list of the minimum academic requirements needed for admission.
Moreover, they also can tell you which overseas qualifications for vocational education courses are recognised. The experience and qualification required to enter vocational courses vary between course to course, so make sure to check with your education provider.
Useful Topics to Explore:
|⇒ Student Visa Complete Guide|
|⇒ Scholarships for International Students|
|⇒ Australian Universities Scholarship Table|
|⇒ What does it cost to study in Australia?|
|⇒ Types of Education in Australia|
|⇒ Australian Qualification Framework (AQF)|