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Study in Australia was never been so easy before, Apply under SSVF (Simplified Student Visa Framework today.)

We act professionally to give students accurate, current, reliable, comprehensive information and advice that is from trusted sources, such as government websites, and up-to-date advice from education providers for which now we are QEAC-I042 and IATC-0069 certified agent counselor.

Note: Kindly study the below statement carefully which helps you to take the right decision for your study abroad plan especially for Study in Australia.

You are choosing Australia which means you are choosing Multicultural society, Safe, relaxed, Welcoming, Unique environment and experiences and English speaking country. Australia has a reputation as an innovative and research-intensive culture with adopting new technologies at a faster rate than most other countries and has one of the highest rates of Internet access in the world with 8 novel prizes (5 in Medicine, Physics, Chemistry and literature respectively). Facilities for teaching, training and research are world-class in terms of state-of-the-art laboratories and classrooms, outstanding libraries and modern technology. Institutions deliver practical and career-orientated training so graduates can be confident, they have the skills demanded by employers. Academic staff is recruited from around the world and often are leading industry experts in their field. Australian teachers are experienced in supervising students from many countries.

International students in Australia and their parents enjoy a very high level of service and financial protection. Quality is assured by ESOS 2000 and National Code. Australia is an international leader in safeguards and support services for international students. Specialist services are well resourced and quality assured.

There are three important reasons that attract international students to Australia:

  •  Quality
  • English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs
  • Information and Communication Technology in Schools

 

University Education in Australia

The higher education sector consists mainly of universities but also government and private institutions. This sector contributes to Australian society and Australia’s international reputation in so many ways. There are 39 Australian universities, of which 2 are private (Bond and Notre Dame).

Australian Universities have three primary roles:

  •  Storing knowledge.
  • Transferring knowledge to others.
  • Creating knowledge.

In addition to this, Australian Universities provide consultancy services to business and industry and are a source of advice for the Government and the community in general on a large number of issues and topics. They are closely involved with their local and wider communities.

Diversity and autonomy are central features of Australian universities. Each institution has the freedom to specify its own mission and purpose, modes of teaching and research, the makeup of their student body, and the range and content of their educational programs. This variety is reflected in the range of goals and objectives, staff profiles and the emphasis placed on particular courses at different universities.

TAFE Institutes, specialized institutes and other private colleges also provide post-school qualifications. While they mostly offer courses to a Diploma level, some courses are offered through to Bachelor’s degree level.

Entry Points, Entry Requirements and Costs

Students need to meet both a sufficient level of English language proficiency and the minimum academic requirements before they can be admitted to an Australian university.

Undergraduate degrees require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of this. Some degrees may also have certain pre-requisite subjects and grades.

Entry to postgraduate courses requires completion to a satisfactory standard of a Bachelor’s degree. Prospective students may also need to demonstrate research ability or relevant work experience.

University course cost in Australia is comparable to those in other English speaking countries (USA, UK). In the Australian education system, some degrees are slightly shorter than in other countries. For example, some Bachelor’s degrees take three years in Australia but four years in the USA.

Some of the measures that operate to safeguard and improve the quality of Australia’s Universities include:

  •  The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) took over from AUQA in 2011
  • Universities Australia (Universities Australia)

 

FAQ answers

 

Ability to work:

For Diploma, Bachelor or Master degree course work:

A student visa holder is subject to work condition 8105 which permits the student to work 40 hours per fortnight while their course is in session and unlimited hours while their course is not in session.

Postgraduate Research students can work unlimited hours once their course commences.

Dependent

Dependent on student visa holders is permitted to work in Australia for 40 hours per fortnight once the student has commenced their course.

If the student’s course of study is a course for the award of masters (course work or research) or doctorate degree registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and courses of Overseas students a dependent may work unlimited hours.

Compliance of Visa Condition as a student:

Satisfactory class attendance (normally at least 80%)

  • Satisfactory Academic performance

How the visa subclass and assessment level are used to determine a student’s

  • Academic and age requirements
  • English language requirements
  • Financial requirements

 

Applying with Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF):

Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from a participating university in Australia at Bachelor, Masters or Doctoral degree level as though they were a lower migration risk (similar to the Assessment Level 1 and Assessment Level 2), with respect to their country of origin.

 Education provider Immigration Risk Rating

Country Immigration

Risk Rating

Possible Evidentiary Requirements
Low Evidentiary RequirementsOneOne, Two or ThreeGenerally, these students would not be required to provide evidence of English language or financial capacity
TwoOne or Two
ThreeOne
Higher Evidentiary RequirementsThreeTwo or ThreeGenerally, these students would be required to provide evidence of their English language and financial capacity
Genuine Temporary Entrance Requirement-continuous to apply to all applicants

 

SSVF processing arrangements are available for students enrolled in:

 

Short CoursesAssociate DegreeGraduates Diploma
Graduates CertificateDiploma and Advanced DiplomaNon-award courses (except as mentioned above)
Courses below Bachelor level delivered by universities which are dual sector (VET and university).

 

The entry requirement for Australian Higher Education provider (University, TAFE or private college)

Direct entry to Bachelor degree: 6.0 IELTS (University Degree)

Package course i.e. Diploma + Bachelor degree: 5.5 (TAFE+ University)

ELICOS + Diploma + Bachelor Degree (English: 20 weeks ELICOS +Diploma +Bachelor Degree

Our services on state after another to you:

1.Before arriving in Australia

  • Recruitment
  • Application and Letter of Offer
  • Payment and Confirmation of Enrolment
  • Interview Preparation
  • Student Visa Application and Grant
  • Pre-Departure Briefing

2.After arrival in Australia

  • Reception in Australia
  • Admission and Orientation

3.After Completion of course

  • Graduation
  • Post-Graduation

We not only offer you a particular course but also give you the options to join its professional association as well as numbers of career opportunities like:

 

Step 1.

Suppose you want to join Business and Economics

Step 2.

We give you its specializations like the below:

 

AccountingAdministrationAdvertisingBanking and Finance
CommerceDevelopment of EconomicsEcological and Environmental EconomicsElectronic Commerce/Business
Event/Leisure ManagementHealth EconomicsHospitality and TourismHuman Resource Management
Information SystemsInternational Management/BusinessLogisticsMarketing/Public Relations
Micro and Macro EconomicsOrganizational BehaviourProcurementProfessional Economics
Public PolicyReal Estate and DevelopmentSocial Planning and DevelopmentTaxation

 

Step 3.

Qualifications are available in universities, TAFE, Private Colleges like Diploma, Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree (Course work and research and further) and entry requirements.

Step 4.

Pathway program: If you don’t meet direct entry requirements then we give you a number of pathway opportunities like Diploma + Bachelor or Foundation studies + Bachelor Degree etc.

Step 5

A professional association like Accounting students can be associated with: CPA Australia, Institute of Public Accountants, The tax institute etc.

Banking and Finance students: Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA), Financial Executives International of Australia (FEI)

Business and Management students: Business Council of Australia (BCA), Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) – Australia

Step 6.

Career Opportunities (Exist outcomes are the reason students wants to enroll for the course and this proposed course will have following exist professional outcomes):

In the same way, you may have various choice of courses and specializations like Law, Agriculture, Environment and Veterinary Science, Health, Science, Engineering and Technology, Architecture and Building, Creative Industries, Humanities, Social Science and Education and you may need its segmentation in order to forecast your career, for this I am sure you need professional help we are legally authorized to give advice for reputed Australian Education. Even being good academics, English and Finance you may face refusal which is just because that you fail to expose your exact potentiality perfectly so just don’t miss getting professional help for your easy career path. We are committed to give you professional help to get what you really deserve.

Just visit us and get fresh information. Admission open for June/July/Nov/March

Actuarial Studies

Banking

International Economist

Risk Management

Valuation

Financial Modelling/Administration and Planning

Project Manager

Chef and Bar Attendant

Beauty Therapist

General Manager

General Clerk

Hotel Manager

Tourism Operator

Management Consultant

Quality Assurance Manager

Production Manager

Real Estate Agent

Marketing Manager

Sales Assistant

Specialist Manager

Travel Agent

Accountant

Auditor

Bookkeeper

Human Resource Manager

Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising Professional

Communication Manager and Speech Writer

Business Owner

 

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