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25
Aug

0

Perth Ranked 2nd Friendliest City in the World

Perth has been ranked as the second-friendliest city in the world in American luxury travel magazine, Conde Nast. Hundreds of thousands of readers voted in Conde Nast’s 2017 Readers’ Choice Awards for their favourite cities based not only on the attitude of the residents but on the city’s safety, amenities and ease of navigation. The […]

25
Aug

0

Great News From Stanley College

Congratulations to our partner institution Stanley College in recently welcoming their 10,000th student. With three campuses and 1900 enrolled students looked after by 200 friendly staff, Stanley College has become the largest Western Australian private training provider registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students. In 2016, Stanley College won the […]

25
Aug

0

Closure of ACT Subclass 190 Visa

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has recently announced that due to the migration quota being met, the ACT Migration Program is now closed and applications from overseas residents will no longer be accepted. If you are living overseas, you will not be able to commence an application for the ACT nomination of a Skilled Nominated […]

20
Apr

0

Changes to Australian Citizenship Laws

Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull has announced changes to Australia’s citizenship laws. Prospective Australian citizens will now face a tougher citizenship test and increased English language and permanent residency requirements. The current citizenship test will be altered in order to assess migrant’s commitment to Australia and their attitudes towards religious freedom, violence and equality. The […]

12
Apr

0

Australia Welcomes Indian International Students

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visited India on Monday to discuss Australia’s fastest-growing education market. The number of Indian students studying in Australia has more than tripled since its low in 2011 and Indian students now contribute more than $2.3 billion to the Australian economy through the higher education, vocational education and school sectors. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said: “India is showing it […]

27
Mar

1

Student Visa Assessment Level Changes

After changes to the Australian Student Visa System in July 2016 all education providers and all countries are allocated an immigration risk rating. The student visa assessment levels are now determined using a combination of the education provider where the student intends to study and the student’s country of passport. Your combined assessment level will […]

14
Mar

0

Tips for Finding a Job in Australia

International students studying in Australia have the privilege of being able to work whilst completing their studies. For students studying vocational or higher education courses, during the study terms, you can generally work up to 40 hours per fortnight. During scheduled study breaks and holidays work hours are unlimited. Students who are completing a postgraduate course do not […]

02
Feb

0
AMA Training

9 Steps to Prepare for Your Studies in Australia

  1) Pick a course for you Find the course to suit your future goals and enrol at the education provider of your choice. You may chose to use an education agent as they are well informed about all courses and institutions in Australia. Education agents can assist you with everything from choosing the course […]

12
Jan

0

Australia Continues to Attract International Students

Education is Australia’s second biggest export industry behind mining with Australia attracting more international students than Britain according to JLL’s latest Student Accommodation Market Review. The number of enrolments from international students are reaching record levels – now accounting for more than a quarter of all higher education enrolments in Australia. Victoria continues to lead […]

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