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Study in Australia from Nepal requirements

Pursuing a study opportunity in Australia from Nepal involves meeting several essential prerequisites. Study in Australia from Nepal requirements begins after the completion of a recognized educational qualification equivalent to the Australian Year 12 standard and satisfies the specific academic criteria of their desired course and university. Demonstrating proficiency in the English language, typically through exams such as IELTS, TOEFL, or PTE, is customary, with minimum scores varying according to the institution and program.

Study in Australia from Nepal requirements includes financial preparedness where applicants are required to present proof of ample funds covering tuition fees, living costs, and additional expenditures. Mandatory health coverage in the form of Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is indispensable for the entire duration of the stay. Attaining a Student Visa (subclass 500) encompasses acquiring a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from the selected educational institution, submitting financial documentation, a genuine temporary entrant (GTE) statement outlining study intentions, and undergoing health and character evaluations.

Exploring scholarship possibilities, comprehending tuition fees, and grasping the cost of living also holds paramount importance. Study in Australia from Nepal requirements requires one to apply for the Student Visa through the Australian Department of Home Affairs once acceptance is received. Comprehensive preparation, including arrangements for accommodation, transportation, and other essentials, is strongly recommended prior to departure. Maintaining up-to-date information from official channels is critical, as requirements may shift, ensuring a smooth transition into Australian academic life and culture.

What are the admission requirements for studying in Australia?

Study in Australia from Nepal admission requirements can vary from program to program and university to university in Australia. The entry requirements for the same program can be different from university to university because of the fact that universities and colleges are autonomous institutions in Australia.

Certain programs such as Nursing may have higher IELTS requirements in Australia even at Bachelor's degree level whereas Master's degree programs may have lower entry requirements in different fields of studies.

For most of the programs, students can directly apply as consecutive bachelor's or master's degree study whereas some programs such as MBA may require additional work experience to be eligible for admission in the program.

Similarly, students whose bachelor's degree is not considered equivalent to the Australian Bachelor's degree may apply for credit transfer for a year or two at an Australian university leading to a Master's degree. Likewise, students who have low grades in Bachelor's degree or have studied a 3-year Bachelor's degree from Nepal may apply for a postgraduate qualifying program leading to a Master's degree.

When considering the study in Australia from Nepal requirements, it's noteworthy that the allure of Australian education lies in its adaptability to diverse academic pursuits and individual prerequisites. Irrespective of your desired study level or specific needs, Australia offers options suited for everyone. In essence, if the prospect of studying in Australia captivates you, there exist varied avenues for application, and a shortfall in one aspect shouldn't be a deterrent to pursuing your educational aspirations. However, it's important to tread cautiously, as excessive enrollment in supplementary courses could potentially result in visa denials.

Overview of Entry Requirements in Australia

Programs Academic Requirements English proficiency requirements Exceptions
Diploma/Advanced Diploma (VET) program GPA 2.7 NEB (10+2) Overall Score of 5.5 in IELTS with no band less than 5.0 or PTE Academic 42 Diploma in Nursing usually has higher IELTS requirements. A few TAFE colleges may have higher IELTS requirements.
Pathways GPA 2.7 NEB (10+2) or equivalent Overall Score of 5.5 in IELTS with no band less than 5.0 or PTE Academic 42 Diploma in Nursing has higher IELTS requirements and also other Pathway programs at TAFE may have higher IELTS requirements
Bachelor degree GPA 2.8 NEB (10+2) or equivalent Overall Score of 6.0 in IELTS with no band less than 5.5 or PTE Academic 50 A few Bachelor programs at certain specific TAFE may need higher IELTS 6.5 (6.0) and also Bachelor programs in Nursing
Master degree Bachelor degree with some industry experience Overall Score of 6.5 in IELTS with no band less than 6.0 or PTE Academic 58 A few universities may accept students with IELTS score of 6.0 (5.5) or IELTS 6.0 (6.0) for certain programs. Programs such as TESOL or Nursing require English proficiency at C1 level (IELTS 7.0 with no band less than 7.0)

Notes on Entry Requirements

  1. The entry requirements mentioned here are the basic entry requirements to give you an idea about requirements for studying in Australia in different degree level. Entry requirements can vary from program to program or university to university.
  2. The basic entry requirement for most bachelor degree programs at a university in Australia is a good first division or at least GPA of 2.8 in NEB or equivalent.
  3. Students who have completed A-levels must have 3.5 A level credits with an overall grade of C in A-levels for entry in Bachelor degree programs.
  4. Usually most universities will not provide you waiver if your English proficiency is low. Hence it is recommended that you prepare very well for your IELTS Examination and if possible, join our IELTS preparation courses to help you achieve the score you need for your admission process.
  5. Most universities recognize 4 years Bachelor degree from Nepal as an equivalent to Australian Bachelor degree and all national universities in Nepal are NOOSR recognized.
  6. If you have a gap after your education, you must provide evidence of activities undertaken during your gap.
  7. Too many backlogs in your transcripts can often lead to refusal of application for offer.
  8. Under 18 years of age students can also apply, however the requirements such as pastoral care and consent from parents are required.

We do understand that you may be overwhelmed with all this information. Please schedule an appointment (Face to Face or Online) for individual consultation or complete our free qualifications check application so that we are able to guide you on a personal level based on your qualifications to achieve your dream of studying in Australia.

Application for Offer Checklist for Applying to study in Australia

A. Application for Offer Checklist (Diploma/Bachelor)

  1. Passport
  2. SEE Mark sheet and Character
  3. NEB Transcripts, Migration and Provisional
  4. IELTS/PTE of equivalent Test Report form
  5. Statement of Purpose for chosen program
  6. Signed Application forms*

B. Application for Offer Checklist (Master program)

  1. Passport
  2. SEE Mark sheet and Character
  3. NEB Transcripts, Migration and Provisional
  4. Bachelor degree Transcripts, Provisional and Migration
  5. Work Experience (if available)
  6. IELTS/PTE of equivalent Test Report form
  7. Marriage registration certificate if applying along with Dependent
  8. Statement of Purpose for chosen program
  9. Signed Application forms*


  • It is possible to either send us the signed application form as scanned copy PDF file in email or sign it at our premises after thoroughly going through it.
  • Additional Documents may be requested such as portfolio if you are applying for Architecture or design related programs
  • Unit outlines/Syllabus if you are applying for credit transfer

How to write Statement of Purpose for Studying in Australia?

A statement of purpose is a very important part of application for offer or GTE Assessment Application and students must write it in their own words which reflects their English proficiency. Students may need guidance initially or orientation on how to start writing the letter of motivation, but you must write it in your own words and by yourself.

Most students have a tendency to get it written from someone else or copy it from the internet which is not acceptable by many universities and visa may be refused in many cases.

Statement of Purpose (SOP) for offer

A statement of purpose for your application for offer can slightly vary with the statement of purpose for GTE assessment application or your visa application. In the SOP for offer, you should think to satisfy mainly about the following:

  1. Why do you want to study a particular course?
  2. Why do you want to study at a particular university or college?
  3. Why do you want to study in Australia?
  4. What type of career do you envisage after the completion of your studies?

Statement of Purpose (SOP) for GTE

Individual universities or colleges may have individual format for the statement of purpose for GTE (Genuine Temporary Entrant) assessment application as well as the length and content may slightly differ from one provider to another. Some institutions may ask you to provide a much more in-depth and detailed statement of purpose whereas some may ask you to submit a to the point version in no more than 3-4 pages. This same Statement of purpose can also be used with little variation when applying for your visa at the Australian High Commission through online submission. In the statement of purpose for GTE, you should think of the following points:

  • Introduction
  • Academic Background
  • Employment/Training details
  • Reasons for choosing Australia rather than your home or other countries for your higher studies
  • Reasons for choosing the program and how it relates to your current education and future career plans upon completion of your studies
  • Financial Income and Sponsorship details
  • Other relevant information with regard to your application.

Detailed Information regarding the GTE Requirement can be found under:

Why choose Edupark Asia for studying in Australia?

Edupark Asia offers you excellent study options for your higher education in Australia no matter whether you want to study Diploma, Bachelor or Master. Here are few reasons why you should choose to study in Australia with Edupark Asia.

Shaping outstanding careers

We have already helped shape world class outstanding careers of more than 1000s of students in different countries. You can be assured of the best career advice for your study abroad on day one.

Decade of experience

People at Edupark Asia have years of experience in supporting students for their study abroad and test preparation wishes and have proven track record in education consulting in Nepal.

Professional consultants

Edupark Asia is a team of professional consultants who believe in quality work and top class advising services to students interested in studying abroad for a better future.

Free IELTS Preparation

We offer the best possible Intensive IELTS/PTE Preparation and ensure that you have the required IELTS/PTE score to help you apply for your chosen degree programs in Australia.

Zero Processing fees

We do not charge anything for consultation, offer and the visa processes. Our university and visa application process is very transparent which helps you save a lot.

Excellent Support

We provide excellent support for your applications and throughout the process and even after your arrival in Australia which helps you a smooth start of your studies from Day 1.