What I have learned Studying in Australia
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 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.
Think who is your public.
If you’re looking for a job in hospitality, you should highlight the experience you have related to this sector. For example, if you’ve worked for a catering in an event, as public relationship for an hotel, or as waitress in a café; there’s no need to include your experience in childcare from 5 years ago. If you were the employer, would you rather give the job to someone who has got an accurate knowledge in the sector or to someone who has been changing every three months his profession?
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 can determine the big question about what to study in Australia.
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 your career in the Sunshine.