With a population of just under 30 million people, it now accounts for 7% of foreigners studying here in Australia. Over the past three years, Australia has experienced a huge rise in Nepalese international students, where in October of 2019, 52,000 Nepalese students were recorded as studying here.

Australia is one of the most popular abroad study destinations for Nepalese students who want to continue their higher education. Australia is renowned for its quality education, cultural diversity, vibrant nature along with a high standard of living.

The Australian Nepali population is growing with over 90,000 Nepali’s now residing in Australia

Why Study in Australia?

There are some reasons as below:

Globally recognized universities and degrees, as most of the universities are highly ranked by different world rankings like,

  • QS World University Rankings
  • QILT Student Experience Survey
  • Times Higher Education Impact Rankings
  • QS World University Rankings by Subject
  • Good Universities Guide


  • Affordable cost of study where students can opt Diploma to Bachelor and up to Master programs

  • Post Study Work visa after completion of study (2 years up to 5 years PSW opportunity)

  • Part time work opportunity where students can get 40 hours per forty night

  • Safe and multicultural society as Nepalese society is also increasing

  • Beautiful landscape and weather

Most of the Nepalese preferred courses

In Australia, most of the Nepalese students preferred, Nursing, Engineering, Information Technology, Accounting, MBA, Hospitality and Travel and Tourism etc.

The most demanding courses in Industry taught by Australian institutions:

Beside our Nepalese preference , there some courses which are taught after doing survey from the Industry like Artificial intelligence, Cloud computing, Engineering Management, Project Management, Financial risk Management, Auditing, Automation, Civil Construction Design etc.

Tuition fees in Australia

Tuition fees are very according to Courses and institutions (Colleges and Universities)
Diploma: AUD$ 8800 – AUD$ 12,500
Bachelor: AUD$ 14,500 – AUD$ 28,500
Master: AUD$ 16500 – AUD$ 38,500

As of October 2019, the 12-month living costs are;
For students – AUD$21,041,
Partners (Dependent) – AUD$7,362.
Child – AUD$3,152

Australian cities

  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Brisbane
  • Perth
  • Adelaide
  • Canberra
  • Darwin
  • Tasmania