Australian universities have performed well in recent years and have achieved excellent results in many international rankings! The University of Melbourne, the University of Sydney, the Australian National University and more are all highly acclaimed universities worldwide. Undergraduate courses in Australia generally take around 3 years, and 5 years for some special majors such as medicine. At present, for the top eight universities in Australia, the requirements for students are that the high school final examination score should reach the Chinese First Batch of Universities score level; the language requirement is that the IELTS score should be 6.5 or above, or students can choose to take the corresponding language courses.
In Australia, Bachelor’s Degrees usually take about 3 years. For example, majors in business, IT, Arts, etc. are all 3-year courses, including Bachelor of Commerce (B Com), Bachelor of Applied Science (BSc), and Bachelor of Arts (BA). However, some more professional courses require longer study time, such as Bachelor’s degrees in law; medical-related majors are the longest, such as dentists and veterinarians, which take about 5 years; and human medicine majors require a minimum of six years.
Honours Degrees take an extra year of study on top of the undergraduate degree. The selection criteria for honours degrees are undergraduate grades and academic performance. During the studying period of Honours Degrees, students will continue to study professional subjects, complete the thesis, and so on. Australia has a high degree of recognition for honorary degrees, which is suitable for students who want to continue their academic development in the future.