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New Student Visa System in Australia for 2016

Australia has adopted a new student visa processing system that might make life a little easier for future students and higher education providers. The proposed new process, called, the simplified student visa framework (SSVF), will launch in July 2016 replacing the streamlined visa processing (SVP), which has been used since 2012. The changes are great […]

Good News for Students aspiring to study in Vocational courses in Australia

Good News for Student planning Higher Education in Australia…. “The non-university education system supports thousands of Australian jobs directly, and indirectly.” Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Scott Morrison and Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne announced a package of measures that would simplify student visas through a streamlined assessment-level framework (ALF) and by extending streamlined […]

Good days ahead for Student visas to Australia

Some of the Premiers of Australia are pressurizing federal government to make the student visa process more easy and accessible. international students visa should be set to change, after Victorian premier Denis Napthine called for faster processing procedure. Addressing a Council of Australian Governments meeting on April 19, Dr Napthine said it is important to […]

STUDENT TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENT IS ENDING ON 31ST DEC 2012

The Australian Government has announced number of changes to its skilled migration program on 8-2-2010 which includes withdrawal of the Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL) and introduction of new Skilled Occupation List (SOL) from 1-7-2010. The students who have entered Australia before Feb 2010 has an option to select a skill form the skilled […]

Sudden increase in number of students enrolling into Australian universities

With the rising Australian dollar value , the number of students planning to study in Australia also increased. As most of the universities have increased their funding into research activities. International students are showing interest to do studies in Australia. The Australian newspaper reports that there has been a sharp rise in offshore visa grants […]

Good news for students who want to study internationally

New reforms and guidelines are developed by the developing nations to monitor dodgy educational agents. Due to fraud educational agents and migration agents many students are getting into trouble and loosing their hard earned money. This is in turn spoiling the reputation of international education system. Some of the leading nations like Australia, UK, New […]

Australian Governament has announced Fellowships to Indian Students

Australian Studies Fellowships are now open. The primary purpose of the AIC Fellowship program is for more fully acquaint visiting Indian scholars with Australian Studies centres and programs in Australia. Applicants must be employed as academic staff or be undertaking research degrees from a recognised Indian University. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to research and […]

Streamed line process is getting started from March 24th 2012 for Students visas

Streamlined Visa Processing: “Good news for Students who wanted to study in Australia” Students who are lodging their student visa applications on or after 24th March 2012 with COE from the participating university for Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree levels irrespective of their country of origin who are enrolled with universities are eligible for streamlined […]

Student visa requirements are going to be relaxed_Minister of Immigration

The Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Chris Bowen MP, today announced the Government will make the visa application process easier for students from 29 countries by reducing assessment levels across a range of student visa subclasses from 24 March. The changes are in response to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s (DIAC) 2011 review of […]

Loans for Forgein students to study in Australia

HECS-STYLE loans could be used to resuscitate the ailing international education industry and compensate poor countries for brain drain. Professor from Australian National University’s Crawford School of Economics and Government, said most of the 180,000-odd overseas higher education students in Australia had to raise about $20,000 a year to fund their tuition. “They’ve got to […]

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