Study in Australia

Yes, why? The reasons can be many and during our first consultation we will ask what is important for you.
Is your focus more on STUDY or is it on AUSTRALIA? Or perhaps a bit of both? There are great options for everyone and we will help to make your choice easier.

Australia is a great place to further your education. From language courses to job-oriented colleges to world-class universities, the opportunities are endless. To help with the expense of education, international students are allowed to work 40 hours a fortnight and unlimited hours during study breaks. Most students find a nice study-work-life balance and enjoy their time in this beautiful and friendly country.

We have helped PhD students to find scholarships, ex working-holiday-makers extend their stays, recent arrivals to improve their language skills and everything else in between. We also understand that your plans may change over time. We’ve had clients starting with a short language course, then deciding to proceed with a professional degree and working towards staying permanently in Australia.
So whatever makes you to think about studying in Australia, talk to us and we will figure out the best option for you.


Studying English in Australia is a popular choice among international students. Having to use English in everyday situations combined with classes at language school ensure that most students improve their English very fast.
The level of courses is generally high and tuition is less than in most other English-speaking countries. If choosing to study English full-time (e.g. 20 hours a week) for at least 12 weeks, students are also eligible to apply for a student visa.

Australia has a large network of private colleges that mainly cater for international students. The typical courses available at those colleges are business administration, accounting, marketing, IT, travel & tourism management, hospitality, sport & fitness etc. The length of course is typically 6 months to 2,5 years (certificate III to advanced diploma level), with intakes 4 times a year. Some colleges also offer mid-term intakes.

At University level study options in Australia are wide - from science to management and commerce, humanities to engineering, and law to health sciences. Australian institutions rank among the world's best, particularly in engineering and technology, medicine, environmental science, and accounting and finance.
There are 43 universities in Australia, list of which can be found here. Along with universities, many other institutions offer higher education courses.


Want to know more?

If you want to know more about study options in Australia we can offer you professional advice not only about courses but also study pathway to obtain qualification and meeting visa requirements.




I had great experience with this agency, totally recommend their service. All paperwork was done for me. Jarek was really friendly and ALWAYS found time for me. Everything was so fast and professional and all my questions were answered right away. If I ever again need to deal with any visas, I will contact him for sure. Really great job!

                   Kate (Belgium)




Mul oli wh viisa lõpuni 15 päeva jäänud kui Jarekuga ühendust võtsin. Enne kui mu wh viisa läbi sai sain juba student viisa kätte. Väga kiire ja asjatundlik teenus...soovitan soojalt !!! :)

                   Kenert (Estonia)




If you like Australia, but are not sure what to study, contact Jarek and Magda. They gave me many ideas and study options and dealt with all the paperwork. I chose a massage course and really like it. The visa application went smoothly as well.

                   Helen (Estonia)