Welcome to ACME International


Australia has emerged as one of the most sought after study destinations for Indians in the past decade. With many world-class educational institutions catering educational programmers and specializations in varying fields, over 3 Lakh overseas students pursue higher education from Australia every year. The world-class education curriculum and infrastructure can be established with 7 universities of Australia consistently ranking in the world’s top 100 universities in the world.

Why Study in Australia
Word Class Education
Great diversity in course options
Universally recognized degrees
Part-Time Work Right
Relatively lower cost of education
Numerous Scholarships opportunities
70% Australian Universities are ranked within 500.
Most liveable Country with High Standards of Living
Avail scholarships of up to 50%
Apply for the top Ranking universities




SportsMany more
Accounting & management studiesHospitality & tourismArts
It/computingHealth & social scienceVisual & performing arts
Finance & accountingLawPhysiotheraphy
* Note: This does not include high value courses such as veterinary and medical. Please visit institution/University websites directly to see costs for these courses.


There are many scholarships, grants, and bursaries which can help support you financially with your studies in Australia. They are offered by the Australian Government, education institutions, and a number of other public and private organisations. You can use the search tool available on every page of this site to find scholarships, along with contact details for the institution providing the scholarship.

All applications and enquiries for scholarships are made through the scholarship provider.

Here is information about some of the major scholarships programs available for international students:

Australia Awards - The Australia Awards aim to promote knowledge, education links, and enduring ties between Australia and our neighbours through Australia's extensive scholarship programs. The program brings together scholarships offered by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAT), the Department of Education and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). Read more about Australia Awardsand Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships.
Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) - From 1 January 2017 the Research Training Program (RTP) replaced the International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) program. Find out more about the Research Training Program at the Department of Education website. Applications for these scholarships are made directly to a participating university.
Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowship - The Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowships are open to high-achieving female researchers from APEC economies for research opportunities in partnership with Australian education and research institutions. The fellowships aim to support women’s economic empowerment in the APEC region and raise the profile of female role models in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Read more about the Australia APEC Women in Research Fellowship.

Who can apply for a scholarship?
All scholarships listed on our website are available to international students. Many are available to students of all nationalities, however all scholarships conditions are set by the institution or organisation offering the scholarship and applications have to be done directly with the scholarship provider. To find out if you are eligible to receive a scholarship you must contact the organisation offering the scholarship.


The general criteria for applications in Australian universities are mentioned below:

English language proficiency:
All applicants are required to take a recognized English language proficiency test. IELTS/TOEFL/PTE score is generally considered by Australian Universities.

For undergraduate programs, a minimum IELTS band score of 6 with no less than 6.0 in each section is required and for post-graduate programs, a minimum IELTS band score of 6.5 with no less than 6 in each section is required.

Academic requirements:
Undergraduate study in Australia

High-school certificate or Year 12 of school education
Academic scores with a minimum 60 % or above in class XII
Mathematics in-class XII as a prerequisite (for some sciences and technology courses)
Postgraduate study in Australia

Recognized undergraduate certificate or 15 years of education
Strong academic background
Relevant work experience (some universities require this for MBA programs)


Tertiary education
Tertiary education in Australia comprises higher education (universities), and vocational education and training institutes [vocational education and training (VET) and technical and further education (TAFE) colleges]. Classes are generally conducted in large group lectures and small group tutorials.
Qualifications offered
The country has a unified system of qualifications, well-known as the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF), which is regulated by the Australian Government. It unifies and assures the quality offered at different levels of education in Australia so that students can move easily from one level of study to the next after completing their previous level, and from one institution to another, as long student visa requirements are satisfied by the student.
Following are the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) levels of qualifications granted by Australian institutions for higher education:
VET Education or Diploma Course (Year 1- leading to Degree – Bachelors direct into 2nd Year)
Associate Degree
Advanced Diploma

Bachelor Degree
Bachelor Degree (honors)
Post-Graduate Courses

Master’s Degree (extended)
Master’s Degree (coursework)
Master’s Degree (research)
Vocational and Technical Schools
Australia offers Vocational and Technical studies known to TAFE and VET through various institutes. These institutes offer short courses, certificate courses, diplomas, and advanced diplomas. These courses are meant to provide training for students in a particular vocation or help them to get out into the workplace.
Computer &IT
Engineering and many more…..


1. Location & University Selection
3. Apply for an Offer Letter Conditional / Unconditional
4. Financials (Submit All Financials for Payment Approval)
5. Fees Payment- (Pay 1st SEM fee for e COE)
6. Pre-Medical
7. Visa Lodgment
8. Pre-Departure Session


The Department of Home Affairs has financial requirements you must meet in order to receive a student visa for Australia. From 1st February 2018 the 12 month living cost is:
=>You - $20,290
=>Partner or spouse - $7,100
=>Child - $3,040


The Student visa costs from AUD $575 for the main applicant, unless they are exempt.


The list below gives you an indication of the range of course costs for different types of qualifications.
=>School - $7,800 to $30,000
=>English language studies - Around $300 per week depending on course length
=>Vocational Education and Training (Certificates I to IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma) - $4,000 to $22,000
=>Undergraduate Bachelor Degree - $15,000 to $33,000*
=>Postgraduate Masters Degree - $20,000 to $37,000*
=>Doctoral Degree - $14,000 to $37,000*
* Note: This does not include high value courses such as veterinary and medical. Please visit institution websites directly to see costs for these courses.

All costs are per year in Australian dollars. To convert to your own currency, visithttp://www.xe.com


=> 20 Hours /week for Student (Part Time)
=>40 Hours/week during vacation For Student
=>Full Time for Dependent


=> Financial and Commercial Analysts: Required to provide insights and analysis to operations to drive improved business performance.
=>Pay rollers: As an essential role, departing staff are immediately replaced.
=>Professional practice accountants: Fine-tuned technical skills are not enough; employers want exceptional verbal and written communication skills, business acumen and the ability to engage with clients.
=>Architects: Sought in the eastern states and South Australia for development projects that require planning and design. Revit software skills are valued.
=>Para planners and Financial Planners: Candidates with a degree and Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning (ADFP) or Certified Financial Planner (CFP) are in short supply.
=>Quantitative Risk Analysts/Modellers, particularly in credit risk: An increase in the amount of lending, the move to online applications and International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 9 requirements have fuelled demand.
=>Contracts Administrators, Site Managers and Project Managers: Needed across much of the country.
=>Early Childhood Teachers: Qualified candidates are in high demand but short supply.
=>IT Integrators/Coordinators: Skills in both teaching and learning, as well as technical IT expertise, are needed in schools.
=>Renewable experience: As renewable energy becomes increasingly popular, these candidates are needed in the energy sector.
=>Civil and Structural Engineers: Sought across the country in response to various infrastructure, residential and commercial projects.
=>Residential Building Managers: In high demand in eastern states as more high-rise residential projects are completed.
=>Case Managers: Needed in healthcare, specifically the disabilities sector, in response to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Employers want candidates with high volume case load experience.
=>Senior HR Advisors and HR Business Partners: Professionals who add value to the bottom line rather than solely offering traditional HR services are sought.
=>Senior Claims Consultants and Claims Assessors: Required in the life insurance industry as insurers restructure teams and decrease portfolio sizes for claims staff.
=>DevOps Engineers: Given the automation trend, candidates with multiple skills are needed to create agile production environments.
=>Mid to senior level Construction and Property Lawyers: Current construction and infrastructure projects and active property markets in certain locations create demand across the in-house, private practice and government sectors.
=>Supply Chain/Inventory Managers: Those with tertiary qualifications and Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) experience are sought.
=>Data Analysts: Needed to manage and manipulate data to gather insights and trends in order to inform predict and therefore develop targeted calls to action.
=>Clinical Research Associates: Pharma, biotech and medical device companies are outsourcing trials to contract research organisations, which creates this staffing demand.
=>Production Managers: Regardless of whether a company manufacturers in Australia or not, products must be assembled and delivered on time and within budget.
=>Change Managers: Adaptable Change Managers who can work across technology, process and cultural change are needed in the government and financial services sectors.
=>Skilled Sales Administrators: Required to support growth in sales teams. Candidates need advanced technical skills and the ability to manage large amounts of data.
=>Residential Property Managers: Sought in many states and territories to grow a rental property business.
=>Store Managers: Needed in response to the growth of retailers.
=>Policy Officers: Experienced candidates with strong written and analytical capabilities are wanted to progress government initiatives.
=>Contract Managers: Necessary in many locations due to an increase in bids and tenders.
=>Trade-qualified Carpenters: Sought by multiple companies, but there is a skill shortage.


After 2 years study – 18 months Skilled Graduate Visa (TR)
Than retake IELTS with Good User Score Bands each section for getting Permanent Residency


Yes you can join your partner to Australia at the time of Student visa or later after visa grant.


Australia's is $18.29.
Minimum wage advocates love to point to Australia's $18.29 an hour minimum as evidence that a very high wage floor needn't stifle a country's growth. After all, Australia hasn't had a recession in 20 years. But Australia is hardly an outlier.
Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience in your study area.
Most student visas allow you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while your course is in session, and unrestricted hours during any scheduled course break, but before you undertake any paid work you need to make sure your visa allows you to work.

Paid work
Australia has a wide range of industries and many have part time employment opportunities, including:
=>Retail - supermarkets, department and clothing stores.
=>Hospitality - cafes, bars and restaurants.
=>Tourism - hotels and motels.
=>Agricultural - farming and fruit-picking.
=>Sales and telemarketing.
=>Administration or Clerical roles.
If you have existing qualifications and/or professional work experience, you may be able to secure casual or part time work in your field.


Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

Northern Territory


South Australia



Western Australia