On 1 July 2016, new simplified student visa framework (SSVF) was introduced. This has been great news for a lot of countries allowing them a more simplified process of apply for student visas. The biggest change overall is that the whole student visa application process
Last week and for the first time, EMSA organised a Facebook live chat session, where Shannon Semenikow, as Director and senior migration expert of EMSA, answered all the questions related to the new visa changes starting from the 1st of July. Read here to
On 1st July 2016, the student visa process in Australia will undergo major changes. These changes will be due to the introduction of the Simplified student visa framework (SSVF). Read here what you need to know about the changes
Finally! After two or three years, you have finished your bachelor or master’s degree and now you are part of all the cheerful university graduates out there ready to start your professional career with a valuable Australian degree in hand. First of all, CONGRATULATIONS! If you
At EMSA, we will help you to make your first step and get into the workforce as soon as possible. For many, working in the Hospitality industry could be one of the most likely industries to start with and get some money coming into your pocket.
Recently, the International Consultants for Education and Fairs has published a very interesting article about the increase of student visas cancelled or under review. More important, the article explains DIBP is increasing its security measures to prevent students cancel or change courses without a
When you come to Australia as an international student, there is a huge range of courses to study and sometimes it’s hard to figure out what is right for you. In this blog we will try to explain a little bit more about how you
During my days as an International student back in 2010, I found myself working with a delightful lady who was studying her bachelor degree and who was usually very busy between her studies, her part time job and her voluntary activities.
Newsflash! In a joint media release this week, the Minister for Education and Training, Christopher Pyne and the Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Michaelia Cash announced the introduction of a Simplified international Student Visa Framework (SSVF) to help boost Australia’s international student sector.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has announced an increased in the visa application charges from 1 July 2015. Significant increases have been made for the Significant Investor Visa subclasses and also for offshore Partner visas.