The International Education Office (IEO) has now working as the Western Sydney University Representative office in Pakistan. Our team provide full support to the students from Pakistan for their admission application processing at the Western Sydney University.
Western Sydney University is a research institution driven by impact. We believe excellent research and practical outcomes are essential parts of our overarching research mission. Our research has real impact upon the social, economic and environmental wellbeing of our regional, national and international communities.
The Learning Futures portfolio at Western Sydney University supports the University’s commitment to be distinctively student-centred, and to offering life-enriching educational opportunities for all students with the capability and desire to succeed. The expertise of the staff within the portfolio is focused on supporting to innovate and excel in student-centred curriculum and teaching in today’s digitally rich learning environments.
Western Sydney University is ranked in the top 2% of unis globally! We are globally focused, research-led and committed to making a positive impact.
As a student at Western Sydney University, you become part of a dynamic, thriving and culturally rich community. There are diverse opportunities for sport and recreation, entertainment, going out and engaging with the community – both on and off campus.
Required Documents for Bachelors/Masters:
1) Matric/O Levels Mark sheet / Certificate
2) Intermediate/A Levels Mark sheet / Certificate
3) Bachelor Transcript / Degree (if applying for Masters Degree)
4) Valid Passport
5) Updated CV
6) Experience Letters
7) SOP (Statement of Purpose)
8) TWO reference/recommendation letters
If all the above mentioned documents are completed then the offer normally took a week to process.
Once all the documents are completed then following step made to get your offer
What is Proof of Funds (POF) or Financial Capacity?
OSHC – Overseas Student Health Cover
OSHC is a product designed to assist international students meet the costs of medical
treatment they may need while studying in Australia. It has been mandated by the
Australian government that all international students in Australia, with a few exceptions,
must have an OSHC policy for the duration of their Student Visa.