Australia is a popular study abroad destination. Offering top-ranked institutions, internationally recognised qualifications, and generous scholarships to attract students from around the globe to its shores for English language courses, bachelor’s, master’s degrees, or PhD studies is its hallmark attraction.
When considering studying in Australia, it’s essential that you thoroughly explore your options and select an institution suitable to you. Be sure to visit each university’s website and read through its contents, or alternatively contact an education agent directly for advice. Also find out about their teaching methods, facilities, minimum English proficiency requirements and any other pertinent details.
Once you’ve chosen where to study, it’s time to apply for your visa. Applying for a student visa in Australia is relatively straightforward and can all be completed online; your visa will even be electronically linked with your passport so no embassy visits or waiting for mail delivery is needed!
As soon as you arrive in Australia, there are numerous opportunities to work while studying. International students on subclass 500 visas are allowed to work up to 40 hours every fortnight and may even find relevant work related to their field of study – making money while simultaneously gaining valuable professional experience! But always put studies first! Be mindful of your responsibilities and follow rules so as not to break any laws or lose your visa!