Postgraduate Courses

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Project Introduction

There are two major types of postgraduate courses: research and coursework. Postgraduate courses in Australia generally take 1.5 to 2 years to be completed, and the applicants will be assessed if they have the relevant undergraduate course background. For example, some majors are only open to undergraduates who have studied in the course, and some majors do not require students to study related fields. For students who want to return to China after graduation, the first choice is to consider famous universities such as the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney; for students who want to stay in Australia in the future, they can choose some remote schools such as the University of Western Australia and so on. After graduation, international students can usually apply for a temporary graduate work visa (485 Visa) for about 2 years to help graduates stay in Australia to find work and gain experience.

Admission Requirements

When applying for the top eight Australian universities, the average score is required to be above 85
IELTS 6.5 with no band less than 6

Application Preparations

Undergraduate Graduation Certificate
Academic Transcripts (Chinese and English versions are required)
IELTS results transcript
CV and letters of recommendation