Surviving Australia: 5 Interesting Tips for International Students
There a few tips you can use for making the most of your studies in this amazing country!
Despite common misconceptions, the population of Regional Australia is rising. Between 2007 and 2012, the population outside of Australia’s major cities grew by 6.6%. The Australian Bureau of Statistics projects that the population outside capital cities will grow by 26% between 2007 and 2026.
After almost three years studying in Australia (two of them doing a Masters in QUT), I’ve learnt few lessons and things so far that could help you out to make the most out of your studies abroad.
As an international student, it is important for you to know a bit more about the Responsible Service of Alcohol (more commonly known as the “RSA”).
As it gets closer to the end of the 2016/17 year (30th June), the places for some occupations are getting smaller.
Migrating to a new country is a testing process as it is. Incorporating the challenge of finding employment in a new and diverse market can sometimes be an even greater hurdle to execute. Many newly settled professionals in Australia sometimes struggle to find work and it can be for a multitude of reasons.
Over the last few months, we have had enquiries from students wishing to apply for Permanent Residence, once they have completed a two-years their Child Care / Early Childhood course.
Getting invited for an interview by a prospective employer is normally a good sign that you are on the right track to gaining employment.
In this day and age, everything can be found online and with Linkedin becoming such a critical part of candidate sourcing process, recruiters typically have a good idea of your background and history before they even meet you.
Being an international student can be a challenging experience.
You’re a long way from home, your family in a strange (but amazing) country on the other side of the world from the things that you know.