Firstly, let me congratulate you all on your journey so far! Whatever path you are on I know you are getting the best help and support that you can with Shannon and his team. Their job is to make this journey easier for you and
The Gold Coast is a little city, but it’s still a city. Usually students prefer to go to bigger cities to live for their short or long experience in Australia. One of the main reasons to choose a bigger city is the concept of “more
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.
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.
Driving, oh the freedom it gives you! The gateway to adulthood and all the adventures your car can manage! But when you are living and working, or studying in a foreign country, with limited funds, whats the rules with your driving?
The problem with choice is that we often get overwhelmed with our options and find it difficult to settle on the right choice for us in that moment. For example I opened up the TV guide the other night, 23 free to air channels all with
Dear EMSA Nepalese Community, We hope this email finds you well despite the grief you may be experiencing with the recent earthquake at home. Our behalf of the entire EMSA team, I just wanted to let you know that our thoughts are with you
As part of your success and settlement in Australia, your employment and income will have great significance on how well you settle, whether you are a student needing casual work to supplement your savings and living expenses or a new skilled migrant looking to continue
Finding myself living, studying and working, in Australia, was a dream never I dreamed. I had not lived abroad and the pace and the goals that I had in my home country kept me busy enough to take the gap year that I had not