Enjoy the warm beaches, amazing locales and mesmerizing cities as you visit Australia for your higher studies.
Are you tired of spending your weekends in the dorm room? Are you looking for a fun getaway with your friends, but your wallet is restricting you? Have a look at these pocket-friendly ways to enjoy yourself on the Gold Coast in Australia and make the best of memories with your loved ones.
Don’t take the current citizenship rules for granted – apply as soon as you are eligible!
Engineer: The time spent job seeking is one of the most costly and mentally/physically exhausting exercises there is… Hence, if you could do something to minimise time chasing recruiters and applying for job advertisements which may or may not even be for a real job, would you?
STATE SPONSORSHIP – FOCUS ON TASMANIA: Have you ever considered Australia’s most southern state – Tasmania, as being your key to permanent residency? Discover all your options NOW!
Stay Healthy: Being a student in a foreign country like Australia can be challenging and it might get hectic to balance full-time studies, a part-time job and a social life. As a result of this busy lifestyle, your health can suffer and it becomes very hard to stay healthy and fit.
Australia could be the best choice for students looking for ample options with least competition in the market. Here are some the best causes of considering this country for your future studies!
This is a relief for many accountants who have been waiting and wondering how they can achieve 85 points.
News on the Temporary Sponsored Parent visa: As per our previous blog on this topic it was expected that the NEW Temporary Parent visa could be introduced as early as November 2017 if the Bill was passed in Parliament – Migration Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Bill 2016.
Job Market in Australia | According to a recent media release by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in September 2017, the trend unemployment rate has finally reached its lowest level since March 2013. This reflects the strength in employment growth over the past 12 months. The strongest annual growth was recorded in Queensland (4.1%), followed […]