I have pte 54 score and 12 in 2019 and graduation from glocal university can i eligible for Australia?

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To be eligible for admission to universities in Australia, you generally need to meet certain academic and English language proficiency requirements. While the specific requirements vary by university and program, I can provide some general guidance.

For English language proficiency, universities in Australia typically accept either the IELTS, TOEFL, or PTE exams. The minimum score required varies by university and program, but a PTE score of 54 may be below the minimum requirement for some universities.

In terms of academic requirements, you would generally need to have completed a bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized institution. The specific GPA requirement varies by university and program, but generally, a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale is considered competitive for admission.

It's worth noting that admission to universities in Australia is competitive and meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Universities also consider factors such as relevant work experience, extracurricular activities, and letters of recommendation in the admission process.

Overall, while your PTE score of 54 may be a concern, it's possible that you could still be eligible for admission to some universities in Australia. 

Additionally, some universities in Australia offer pathway programs or foundation courses for international students who do not meet the academic or English language proficiency requirements for direct admission to a bachelor's or master's program. These programs are designed to provide additional academic and English language support to help students succeed in their studies.

They can also offer a pathway to direct admission to a university program upon successful completion. However, it's important to keep in mind that pathway programs can be more expensive and time-consuming than direct admission, and may not be available for all programs and universities.


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