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Masters Degree Programs in Australia



With an enviable climate, stunning landscapes, unique wildlife and a relaxed lifestyle, it's no wonder that Australia is one of the world's most popular destinations for international travel. As a Masters student in Australia you'll be able to experience all 'the lucky country' has to offer, whilst studying at its world-renowned universities. You won't be alone either ' Australian universities currently welcome nearly 250,000 international students, many of them postgraduates.

Masters degrees in Australia follow a similar format to programmes in Europe and America and are available at all of the country's top universities. Most of these are situated in cities on or near the coast, with strong travel links to international destinations. Further in-land lie beautiful expanses of unspoilt wilderness, home to many of the country's unique species. You'll have the opportunity to explore some of these regions whilst completing an Australian Masters degree, whether as a break from your studies or perhaps even as part of them.

A Masters in Australia usually takes between one and two years to complete (in some rarer cases this may extend to two and a half years). The academic year in Australia usually begins in February or March and runs for twelve months, including holiday periods. International students will need to apply for a visa to study a Masters in Australia and will usually be required to demonstrate that they are studying full time in order for this to be granted.


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