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TOP 5 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES IN AUSTRALIA

by Kavya Tripathi Education Overseas Consultant

Dreaming about higher education in Australia? Don’t Worry live your dream come true. Australia has been a preferred hub for students striving to study abroad for several reasons such as friendly immigration laws, world-class educational facilities and top class living lifestyle. Students from across the world, including Indian students, are seeking education in foreign countries for undergraduate degrees along with their postgraduate studies. Australia is ranked as the third most preferred study abroad education destinations by the International students. Due to the complex admission process of the Universities, it is recommended to utilize the services of study abroad admission consultants such as Transglobal. We provide services such as University short listing, submitting the complete application process including guidance on essays, SOP’s & LOR’s, foreign study visa assistance and getting merit-based scholarships and assistantships.


Although Australian Universities extend a wide variety of courses across all domains, they have seen consistency in the subject choices by their Undergraduate students. Here are the best and most preferred UG courses for those wishing to study overseas in Australia:



Mechanical Engineering keeps on being a most loving decision, particularly among the Indian understudies. This degree opens up extraordinary open doors for these students around the world, including India.


Here’s a list of Top Universities* offering UG degree in Mechanical Engineering in Australia


  • Victoria University, Melbourne

  • Federation University, Victoria

  • Macquarie University, Sydney

  • Monash University, Melbourne

  • RMIT University, Melbourne


Business Administration is an ideal option for students seeking to pursue a Master’s degree post their Undergraduate studies. This degree helps them easily transition to a Master’s degree in Australia or other International destinations.


Here’s a list of Top Universities offering Bachelors in Business Administration in Australia


  • University of Canberra, Canberra

  • Southern Cross University, Sydney - Melbourne

  • Macquarie University, Sydney

  • Monash University, Melbourne

  • Bond University, Gold Coast


Information Technology degree in Australia accepts students from a non-Science background as well. This attracts a large number of students to explore their option of technical education, despite their academic background.


Here’s a list of Top Universities offering Bachelors in Information Technology in Australia


  • Victoria University, Melbourne

  • La Trobe University, Melbourne

  • Macquarie University, Sydney

  • Griffith University, Gold Coast

  • Edith Cowan University, (Perth)

  • Civil Engineering is another branch of Engineering popular amongst the International students including those from India.


Here’s a list of Top Universities offering Bachelors in Civil Engineering in Australia


  • University of Wollongong, Wollongong

  • Victoria University, Melbourne

  • La Trobe University, Melbourne

  • RMIT University, Melbourne

  • Edith Cowan University, Joondalup


Animation and Design have seen an impressive rise in the demand amongst its Australian and International students. This degree looks at animation in all its forms. Its global focus of skills taught means your proficiency can be applied in Australia and overseas. The degree offers an elaborate course structure along with exciting job opportunities, thus making it one of the best UG courses offered in Australia.


Here’s a list of Top Universities offering Bachelors in Animation and Design in Australia


  • Bond University,(Gold Coast)

  • Griffith University, Gold Coast

  • RMIT University, Melbourne

  • University of Canberra, Canberra


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About Kavya Tripathi Advanced   Education Overseas Consultant

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