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Study in Australia

When people think of Australia, they see wide open spaces of outback bush, kangaroos, koalas, and clean air and water. Australia has much more to offer than the usual expectations. Many international students are choosing to study in Australia because of its friendly, laid-back nature, excellent education system, and high standard of living.Australia is known globally as one of the world’s most diverse and welcoming countries.Of Australia’s 24 million population, almost half (47%) of all Australians were either born overseas or have one parent born overseas, with more than 260 languages spoken in Australian homes. In addition to English, the most common are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese and Greek.Australia is the biggest island in the world, the sixth biggest country in the world in land area, and the only nation to govern an entire continent. Many people around the world know Australia for being a beautiful country but we also enjoy world-class quality of living, with six of our cities in the top 40 cities in the world. Our education system is among the world's best with safe, friendly communities from coast to coast.

STUDYING ENGLISH

Australia is a multi-cultural, English speaking country, so improving your English can be a great first step in your migration journey. English courses are generally up to 20 hours a week, cost $160-400 a week, and you can study for as long as you like. Plus, you’re able to work part-time while studying.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

Vocational education is generally shorter and cheaper than university education. It’s designed to provide job-related and technical skills for your chosen career. Courses start at six months in length and cost around $5000-15,000 AUD per year. Vocational education covers a very large range of careers including trades, office work, retail and hospitality – the most popular choice we see is project management.

PROFESSIONAL YEAR PROGRAM

Australian universities have an international reputation for quality. They’re popular with overseas students because Australia is one of the few countries that allows you to work during study and after finishing your degree. Courses are a minimum of two years and cover Bachelor, Masters, Graduate Diplomas and PhDs. Costs start at $12,000 AUD per year and there is a huge range of courses to choose from, both specialist and

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

We Provide Opportunities To Succeed Australian universities have an international reputation for quality. They’re popular with overseas students because Australia is one of the few countries that allows you to work during study and after finishing your degree. Courses are a minimum of two years and cover Bachelor, Masters, Graduate Diplomas and PhDs. Costs start at $12,000 AUD per year and there is a huge range of courses to choose from, both specialist and generalist. NAATI

Benefits of studying in Australia

-You will have several options to choose from: big or small universities and small-town or city universities.

-Students can enjoy an active and varied lifestyle in this beautiful country, along with great health-care benefits, and the thing that Canada is most known for – politeness of the locals.

-Students will have incredible opportunities to meet like-minded people and gain valuable international student experience through student clubs and organisations.

permanent residency

Check Your Eligibility

Significantly, every permanent resident is given what is known as the Permanent Resident Card (PR Card); it's the certified proof of his unique position as a permanent resident of the nation. He has to produce it whenever the involved officials ask him for it. PR card permits a person to travel outside of Canada and re-enter country. Those entering the country on a short-term basis like an international student and/or a temporary overseas worker lacks Canada's PR rights and is not a permanent resident.
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