Discover our colleges, campuses, and eleven partner universities in Australia
With a unique teaching style that encourages students to be innovative and creative, Australia is ranked as one of the world’s top study destinations. Australia has been home to over half a million international students from 192 countries. Australian cities are safe, clean, and some of the most liveable cities in the world.
Australia offers something for everyone: vibrant cities and quiet towns, shining beaches and tropical rainforests. And, hundreds of programs and disciplines to choose from.
Pathways to study in Australia
There are two entry points to undergraduate university study in Australia with Navitas.
Students who have completed Year 11 or GCE O Levels with pass in 3 academic subjects or equivalent can start in our Foundation Program and progress to our Diploma program.
Students who have completed Year 12 or GCE O Levels with pass in 5 academic subjects or equivalent, or a Navitas Foundation Program, can start in our Diploma program and progress to Year 2 of a bachelor’s degree.
Academic entry requirements will vary depending on the individual Navitas pathway college. Please refer to individual college websites for exact entry requirements and entry points. Fast-track option not available at all locations. Progression into university degree program is
dependant upon student meeting the required GPA.
*Not offered at all locations.
Australian Immigration Advice or Assistance
If you plan on seeking immigration advice or assistance, we recommend you use a migration agent who is a registered member from the Office of the Migration Registration Authourity (OMARA). OMARA registered agents must meet high professional standards and their conduct is regulated, including the fees they are allowed to charge.
Search for an OMARA registered migration agent here – Register of Migration Agents.
If you wish to use an unregistered agent outside of Australia, ensure you understand what you can reasonably expect from them and know your options if the agent acts incompetently, dishonestly or fraudulently. If you suspect an unregistered migration agent is engaging in criminal behaviour, you should report them to your local law enforcement authority and inform your local immigration office.