Newsflash The Department of Immigration has announced new English requirements for students and graduates applying for 485 and 476 visas. From the 18th of April, people applying for this visa will only need to score equivalent to an overall 6.0 with no band less than 5.0.
As per usual, working in this fascinating industry makes me face challenges every day and one of them is to help International Students to manage their times when applying for a new student visa.
Are you studying a child care career and you are about to finish? Do you know what comes next? Do you know about the Graduate Work Visa? If your answer was not to any of this questions, maybe this article will help you defining your
One of the most appealing aspects for students to choose to study in Australia is the ability to work while studying. Many other countries like Canada, the US and the UK have restrictions on working. However, frequently there are misconceptions about how many hours a student
March is coming and many student visas expire around mid March. For this reason and as at EMSA we know that after Christmas holidays, our budgets are a bit reduced, here are some tips to take into consideration if you are planning to renew your
Many International students often don’t understand what type of course they are applying for or sometimes there are courses that have similar names but one of them is in a higher level than the another one and this affect their visa application level. For this reason, we
If you are looking to get work experience, professional contacts and start learning how Australian companies are managed, or simply, you are trying to achieve your goals, there are great opportunities available.
Starting in November, new English tests will be able to be used by people wanting to apply for a range of visas, and more importantly, this includes skilled migration!
Going through some of my recent student’s cases I found a very interesting topic to talk about: why an international student should work with an Education Agency? The question seems to be quite simple, however, when looking for the answers, there are many things to explore
Depending on what you study and where you’re from can mean different requirements when applying for student visas. Each country’s assessment level can even vary depending on the whether you’re studying English, Vocational (Certificates, Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas) or University (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Bachelor