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!
Why Australia? | There are many countries where English is the native language. Why not choose a country full of kangaroos, koalas and exotic animals as your place to live during your studies?
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”).
The Gold Coast, a vibrant city that has a lot to offer to International students. Here some reasons to achieve your dreams in Australia with us!
The 485 was created as part of the General Skilled Migration (GSM) reforms introduced in September 2007, and its purpose was to enable recent graduates whose occupation was on the SOL (skilled occupation list) to have an additional 18 months stay with full work rights to be able to gain work experience in their field.
As it gets closer to the end of the 2016/17 year (30th June), the places for some occupations are getting smaller.
Australia is reaching record numbers of international students with a growth of 10 per cent in 2015. Food, rent and pretty much everything else can be expensive and the 40 hours per fortnight work rights does not make the live easy for students.