Australian universities and colleges have an excellent reputation for quality international education with several in the Top 200 University Ranking. For many students, studying in Australia is about the opportunity to live a unique lifestyle – explore the natural wonders of its oceans and rainforests, enjoy weather like home and the buzz of its cosmopolitan cities.

Whatever your interest, you will find an Australian course and an Australian university or college that suits your needs. English language colleges are located in all major cities, and provide an intensive and fun language experience in an English-speaking country.

World-class research facilities and supervisors provide masters or research students in Australia with access to the very best minds and resources, in a wide range of study areas. Studying in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking – valued by employers worldwide.

Why Study in Australia?
From it’s international reputation for academic excellence to it’s affordable tuition and living expenses Australia has a lot to offer international students.

Excellent reputation for international education and lifestyle
Globally-recognised Australian courses and qualifications
One of the highest standards of living in the world
A young, friendly, multicultural country with welcoming communities
Work 20 hours per week or full time during vacations
Universities in Australia offer affordable tuition and living expenses, compared with many other countries
Perfect weather for travelling, exploring – and studying!
How much will an Australian education cost?

One of the most important aspects of choosing your study abroad destination is cost. Studying in Australia is more affordable than other options.

Estimated living expenses – AU$12,000 – $18,000 per year
Undergraduate course fees on average range from AU$10,000 to AU$16,500 per year.* Graduate course fees on average range from AU$11,000 to AU$18,500 per year.*
Course duration ranges from 3-4 years for undergraduate courses and 1+ years for postgraduate courses
Find out useful information about the costs of studying abroad at StudyCostCompare.
*Please note that courses in medicine and some engineering programs will be more expensive than the costs given. See the course descriptions on this site for the most up-to-date course costs.

Important information about studying in Australia

Learn more about intake dates, application deadlines, student visas and English language requirements before applying to an Australian University or College.

Main intake in February each year with a second intake in July (some providers also have an October intake too)
Application deadline for February intake is Nov/Dec – earlier for more competitive courses
Minimum visa requirements – full offer letter from your chosen institution, proof of payment, eCOE (electronic confirmation of enrolment) and proof of funds to cover course fees and living expenses. Visit the Australia Government Department of Immigration and Citizenshipfor further information.
Preferred English language test is IELTS


All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office the following documents and adhere to the following procedures:
1. Complete Admission Application Form with Lekkside Application fee (NGN 25,000.00)
2. An official high school transcript (NECO/WAEC) (if applicable);
3. Official Transcripts showing the completion of a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent for a Master’s degree program.
4. Statement of Purpose or Personal Essay (A brief statement of the applicant’s purpose of study)
5. Copy of student’s passport (inside cover and signature page)
6. Documentation confirming their high school completion was awarded, if not already indicated on official transcripts; and
Proof of English language proficiency.

Finally it is important for you to know that major languages used in Australia are English and French. But most of the universities offer courses in English language. So you need to show your efficiency by means of English Language tests. IELTS is most widely recognized and accepted English proficiency test in Australia, however, some universities and colleges accept TOEFL. The score that you must obtain in these language tests vary from institution to institution and course of study. Some universities even seek for other medium of English language test assessment. For MBA, students may be asked for two years of work experience before being admitted to the university. In most of the cases GMAT is compulsory for MBA students.

University/College may require Tuition deposit  Which must be pay into the school Account 
11. Consultancy Fee  - NGN 100.000:00 Plus 5% VAT must be pay later after admission.

Application Fee (this is charged by each school or school chosen) School Transcript