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21.10.2020

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Student Visas for Australia

20 April 2020 In: Study, Jobs, General

Student Visas for Australia are still available despite the current coronavirus emergency. “Australia is still open for Student Visas,” says Darrell Todd of thinkingaustralia.com “Educating international student a $32 billion annual industry for Australia with colleges and universities proud of their excellence in Education at all levels.” Australia is the Number One choice of destination for International Students and demand remains high. Australia offers the highest level of education with the bonus of post-graduates being…

Australia Visa Applications

08 April 2020 In: Study, Jobs, Migration, General

Australia Visa Applications have been affected by the coronavirus emergency. Applicants should be aware that some services relating to the visa application process may be impacted by COVID-19. We are aware of issues accessing the VEVO system for certain visa holders. If you can’t use VEVO to check your visa status and conditions, you can still access your visa grant letter and visa conditions online using your ImmiAccount. VEVO – https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/already-have-a-visa/check-visa-details-and-conditions/check-conditions-online ImmiAccount – https://online.immi.gov.au/lusc/login Visa…

Study in Australia: Adelaide University scholarships

10 December 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia at the University of Adelaide where these scholarships, in addition to many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students. The University of Adelaide offers scholarships for students undertaking postgraduate research programs. If you’re interested in finding out more, visit Postgraduate Research Scholarships. The University of Adelaide offers a scholarship scheme for international students who wish to undertake undergraduate and postgraduate study or the study…

Study in Australia: art & design in Canberra

02 December 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia where Canberra’s Australian National University is expanding its art and design courses and has announced a new school name. After nearly 40 years of producing Australia’s top art graduates, The Australian National University School of Art will now be called the ANU School of Art and Design to reflect the launch of a new suite of design programs for students. Associate Professor Denise Ferris, Head of the ANU School of Art and…

Study in Australia worth $20.3 billion

22 November 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia is most popular across universities and other tertiary institutions where international education generated $13.7 billion over the past 12 months. More than 320,000 students from 130 different countries are currently studying at universities across Australia such as the award-winning Sydney University (pictured). The international education industry supports more than 130,700 Australian jobs, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. “Australia is a destination of choice for overseas students,” says Darrell Todd, founder…

Study in Australia: Brisbane student housing

19 November 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia: International education is Brisbane’s biggest export but there has been a lack of purpose-built, high quality student accommodation in the city. The shortage of accommodation has meant overseas students have been forced to seek housing in the city suburbs, some distance from university or college facilities. Now Brisbane is to get a range of new purpose-built student housing developments that will accommodate around 9,000 students. The latest development, at Charlotte Street in…

Study in Australia: Endeavour Scholarships

02 November 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia via the Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships scheme at a wide range of top Australian educational facilities. The Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships aim to build Australia’s reputation for excellence in the provision of education and research, developing professional links between individuals, organisations and countries. The scheme also aims to support the internationalisation of the Australian higher education and research sectors, by offering high-achieving individuals from overseas and Australia opportunities to increase expertise in…

Study in Australia: Student housing costs

28 October 2016 In: Study

Students enrolled at universities in Brisbane, Australia could be able to receive housing help and support from organisations including Purpose Built Student Accommodation operators The Pad, Student One and Iglu. Student beds in Brisbane have increased from 6,000 to 7,500 this year. The growth is due to international student enrolments and strong demand based on the low Australian dollar. The new streamlined international enrolment process and simplified Visa processing systems has also helped to boost student numbers. Most new student…

Study in Australia: Student Exchange

26 October 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia as an Exchange Student or, if you cannot secure an exchange place or if your home university does not have an exchange agreement, come as a Study Abroad student. To be eligible for entry into the study abroad or student exchange program, you must: Provide proof of enrolment in a university degree or post-secondary program; or evidence that you have successfully completed your secondary school studies (if you are not enrolled in…

Study in Australia: University enrolments rise

11 October 2016 In: Study

Study in Australia where Universities Australia Deputy Chief Executive Catriona Jackson said the increase in enrolments was in line with population growth and demonstrated the system was financially sustainable. Enrolments at Australian universities by domestic students increased 1.5 per cent in 2015. “The figures show there was an initial surge following the uncapping of university places as the system absorbed ‘unmet demand’. This has now tapered off, easing financial pressure on the system,” Ms Jackson…

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