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1.      Beachsafe: Beachsafe is a free app developed by Surf Life Saving Australia that provides real-time safety information for over 12,000 beaches across Australia.

2.      Meetup: Meetup facilitates connections with individuals in your vicinity who share your hobbies or similar interests. Many meetups cater to the needs of international students and those looking to enhance their English language skills.

3.      Emergency+: Emergency+ is a free app that connects you with essential services while you’re in Australia. It uses your smartphone’s GPS functionality so you can provide Triple Zero (000) call-takers with your exact location in an emergency.

4.      Citymapper Sydney/Melbourne: Just enter your current location or your destination, and Citymapper provides you with real-time travel options, whether it's by walking, public transportation, cycling, or driving, ensuring you navigate the city like a true local.

1.      Department of Home Affairs: The Department of Home Affairs provides information about adequate health insurance for visa holders.

2.      Better Health Channel: The Better Health Channel provides information about healthcare for overseas visitors in Australia.

3. provides information about Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

4.      The University of Adelaide: The University of Adelaide provides information about health insurance for international students.

Department of Home Affairs: This is the Australian government's official website for immigration and citizenship. It provides information about Australian visas, immigration, and citizenship.

1.      Australian Catholic University International Student Scholarships: These scholarships are available for international undergraduate and postgraduate students at Australian Catholic University, awarded based on academic merit.

2.      Curtin University International Research Scholarships: Curtin University in Perth offers international scholarships for master's and Ph.D. programs. Additionally, they offer the Meng Fei Innovative Future Leader Scholarships worth AU$10,000 for international undergraduate and master's students.!/

3.      Deakin University Scholarships: Deakin University in Melbourne offers a scholarship search tool to help students find scholarships for their studies.

4.      Australian National University Scholarships: ANU offers various scholarships for international students at all study levels. You can find details using the university's scholarship search tool on their website.

5.      Macquarie Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships: Macquarie University in Sydney provides partial tuition fee scholarships to outstanding international students. Please note that this scholarship is not open to students from Europe, ASEAN countries, Mongolia, Australia, or New Zealand.

6.      Melbourne Research Scholarships (MRS): The University of Melbourne offers scholarships for high-achieving domestic and international students undertaking master's research programs.

7.      Monash University International Scholarships for Excellence: Monash University in Melbourne awards merit-based scholarships for undergraduate and graduate international students.

8.      Rotary Peace Fellowships: These Australian scholarships are granted to master's degree students studying within one of Rotary’s Peace Centers, such as the University of Queensland.

9.      University of Newcastle Postgraduate Research Scholarships (UNIPRS): International scholarships for postgraduate students to study at the University of Newcastle in Australia.

10.  University of Sydney International Scholarship (USydIS): These scholarships are available for international students pursuing research programs (master's or Ph.D.) at the University of Sydney.

11.  Victoria University International Scholarships: Victoria University offers various scholarships for international students, including the VU International Postgraduate Research Scholarship.

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1.      International students can apply for scholarships through the Online Australia Scholarships Information System (OASIS).

2.      Australia Awards Scholarships: This is a highly prestigious and competitive program that offers government-funded grants to students from selected developing countries who can show leadership qualities and a drive for change.

3.      Research Training Program (RTP): These scholarships are available to both domestic and international students who wish to pursue postgraduate-level research degrees at eligible Australian universities.

1.      Visit the Official Australian Government website for international students for information on courses, education providers, and scholarships.

2.      For news on the higher education sector in Australia in terms of the social, economic, and cultural value of higher education in the country, visit this site.

3.      The University of Sydney: This is one of the top universities in Sydney and Australia, and is ranked in the top 20 universities in the world.

4.      ANU: The Australian National University is a world-leading university located in Canberra, Australia.

5.      The University of Melbourne: This is Australia's number one university and a world leader in education, teaching, and research excellence.

6.      The University of Western Australia: UWA is one of Australia’s “sandstone universities”, and is also known as one of the Group of Eight leading research universities in Australia. 

7.      The University of Adelaide: It offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research programs across various disciplines, including arts, business, engineering, health sciences, and law.

1.      For the latest visa requirements and application procedures, visit the Official Government Visa Portal.

2.      For general information on immigration and visas, visit this website.