Study in Australia
Victoria University Swinburne University
Monash University University of Melbourne
Education Centre of Australia Torrens University , Australia
The Hotel School (SCU) Southern Cross University
University of Sunshine Coast IIBIT (Sydney) – Federation University Australia
Intensive English Language Institute (IELI)
Australia is currently the third most popular destination for international students in the English-speaking world, behind the United States and the UK. Many international students choose to study there because of the cultural diversity, friendly natives, and high quality of education.
Known for globally recognised programs, cultural diversity, friendly natives and a high standard of living, Australia is one of the most sought destination for students across the world. Read more to know about the most important reasons to pursue your higher studies in Australia.
Sure, Australia probably won’t be as challenging as studying abroad in a developing country with a different language and no running water. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. And if you don’t do your research, you may find yourself in a bind or facing some difficult surprises once you’re abroad
Australia can be expensive for student budgets. Not to mention, Australia boasts the highest minimum wage in the world. Making a part-time job a tempting and practical opportunity for study abroad students who may be looking to earn some spending money during their time abroad
International students on a student visa (called Subclass 500) in Australia. Can work for 40 hours per fortnight while pursuing their studies. You get sufficient points you can apply for PR directly as job opportunities after MS in Australia is very high.
Above all It is easier to get Australian PR with 90+ points based on latest draw. With Masters degree, good English score and work experience in Australia’s skills list, you can get Australia’s residency within a year.
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