Your first step will be to decide if you want to apply for admission into undergraduate, graduate coursework, or graduate research programs.
You can also choose a combination of a bachelor’s and a master’s degree program. Once you’ve decided, explore and pick a course of your choice.
Look up the admission requirements for your chosen program. See if you fulfill the academic requirements they’ve stated.
Then, check if your standard test scores match their criteria (GRE, GMAT, LSAT, etcetera, depending on the program). International students are required to take the TOEFL or the IELTS tests to be eligible for admission.
Once you’re sure you are sure you fulfill all criteria, it’s time to visit the course page on their website and apply!
Here’s a list of universities in Australia without IELTS requirements-
University of Queensland - If your previous course was taught in English or if you have work experience in a professional English speaking environment
University of Adelaide - If your previous course was taught in English or if you are ready to enroll in a language preparatory course
Bond University - a PTE certificate or C1 Advanced certificate
Swinburne University of Technology - Previous course was in English, attend an English language course, or provide a PTE or Common European Framework certificate
Macquarie University - PTE, CAE, CPE, or OET scores, or an English language course And more
UNSW ranks very high in subjects like Mineral & Mining Engineering (4) and Civil & Structural Engineering (11)
The fee per credit at UNSW is $985 for postgraduate students
Multiply this figure by 48 to get your annual fee
Statement of Purpose
Letters of Recommendation
Proof of language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE exam scores) Standard test scores (GRE or GMAT)
Portfolio (for subjects like fine arts, architecture, etc.)
New Zealand has 8 state-funded universities and all of them rank amongst the top 500 universities in the QS World Rankings-
University of Auckland
University of Otago
Victoria University of Wellington
University of Canterbury
University of Waikato
Auckland University of Technology, and more
I know for a fact that the University of Queensland (UQ) is a hub of medical research
The average cost for a master’s degree stands between AU$28,700 and AU $47,100
A medical degree would be closer to the upper limit