Australia is one of the world’s most diverse and welcoming countries and the third most popular international student destination in the world.

Currently home to nearly 700,000 international students, the Australian Government has invested over AUD 300 million in scholarships for international students.

The main intake is in October, but some institutions offer February & July intakes

  1. Study at globally ranked institutions

Some institutions in Australia are among the top 100 ranked institutions in the world. With a very high quality of education, the path to a successful future starts with the education you receive. The practical learning system prepares students to meet the industry’s needs at the moment.

  1. Gain work experience while you study

Grow your global networks by having the opportunity to study and work at the same time. As a student, you are allowed to work for up to 20 hours a week when the semester is going on and full-time during semester breaks. A great way to get work experience and extra cash while still studying.

  1. Has a multicultural society

With a very welcoming international community, Australia hosts students from all walks of life, from different continents, countries and cultures. You associate with different cultures, learn more about them and expand your worldview. Experience Australia from a global view.

  1. Employment opportunities

An Australian degree makes a student attractive to the global workforce. With a wide range of courses and practical experience gained during your study period, a student is able to gain employment opportunities not just from Australian-based companies, but in the global landscape.

  1. Access extensive student support services

Institutions work hard to ensure that each student feels welcomed and supported throughout their study and stay in the country. This is greatly influenced by the high number of international students in the country. The supporting system is drawn from the institution to the community of residency and the welcoming nature of the country in general.

  1. Stay in Australia

The country boasts a high quality of living, especially in the cities. After graduating, students can opt to stay in the country or return to their home country. In order to stay, they will need to apply for a new visa. This provides international students with the ability to boost and grow themselves in an environment that encourages them to explore the undiscovered areas of technology, engineering, social interactions, etc. You can opt to advance to a higher level of education in the same country

  1. Staying in touch through alumni groups

Once done with your studies, the friends form a lifetime connection. The alumni groups and forums ensure that you will never lose touch. With so many international students, you have a community anywhere you go.

  • Transcripts
  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate
  • Curriculum Vitae


Current Rate $1 Australian Dollar = Kshs94

For one to study in Australia, the tuition fees and living costs vary depending on the institution you choose to study in and the geographical location of the institution. Institutions that are located in the major cities usually are more expensive compared to institutions located just outside the cities. Please note that the amounts below are the average tuition fees, they might be higher or lower depending on the institution


A Bachelor’s degree takes a minimum of 3 years


A Master’s degree takes a minimum of 2 years.

Living cost consists of the basic needs the student would need to complement their stay and studies in the country. These include accommodation, food, clothing and pocket money. We advise that a student have at least AUD$ 22,000 for the year.

New South Wales

Charles Sturt University

Macquarie University

Southern Cross University

University of New England

The University of the New South Wales

University of Newcastle

The University of Sydney

University of Technology, Sydney

University of Western Sydney

University of Wollongong

Australian Catholic University


Bond University

Central Queensland University

Grith University

James Cook University

Queensland University of Technology

The University of Queensland

University of Southern Queensland

University of the Sunshine Coast



Deakin University

Federation University of Australia

La Trobe University

Monash University

RMIT University

Swinburne University of Technology

University of Melbourne

Victoria University



The University of Tasmania


Western Australia

Curtin University

Edith Cowan University

Murdoch University

The University Of Western Australia

University of Notre Dame Australia


Northern Territory

Charles Darwin University


Australian Capital Territory

Australian National University

University of Canberra


South Australia

Flinders University

Carnegie Mellon University

The University of Adelaide

Torrens University Australia

University of South Australia



We strive to provide apt services and revise some of the following exclusions which are subject to change from time to time.

  1. Original passport
  2. Passport-sized photos
  3. Confirmation of offer letter
  4. Source of income
  5. Academic documents