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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 […]

New Visitor Visa introduced into Australian visa stream

  New Changes on VISIT visa to Australia As per the new guide lines the following visas are no longer available for the people around the world to visit Australia. Tourist visa (subclass 676) Sponsored family visitor visa (subclass 679) Business (short Stay) visa (Subclass 456) Sponsored business visitor (short stay) visa (subclass 459)   […]

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 […]

Skillselect for Australian Migration

 Introduction of Skillselect for GSM and Business visas.    The Skillselect is actually a process introduced in-between the visa application. This will facilitate Australia to choose only those skills which are of high demand in Australia. It also makes Australia to choose the best of the applicants to get selected to migrate to Australia. Sillselect […]

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 […]

Huge skill shortages due to high deman in Minning and construction industry

Huge skill shortages are experienced in relating to mining, and construction industries . This shortages are encouraging these industries to hike the minimum salary paid to the workers. The skilled workers from other industries are trying to enter into these industries due to high salaries . This phenomena is having a pronounced effect on other […]

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 […]

New Skill select portal for EOI(GSM)

In line with the roll-out of the new skilled migration program, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) has unveiled its new online portal. The SkillSelect.gov.au site is intended to be used by applicants for the submission of an expression of interest (EOI) in the new system. The invitation-based program is not due for activation […]

Survey states Australian Employment requirements are rising

Survey stating that Australian Employment requirements are rising despite of Global economic uncertainty A survey of Australian business leaders has shown that local sentiments towards hiring and job growth remain high despite financial uncertainty abroad. Researchers at recruitment specialists Hudson have interviewed over 4,000 employers across the country in their effort to gain an understanding […]

Australia jobless percentage is maintaining low

Australia’s unemployment rate remained steady at 5.2 percent in December, data showed Thursday, but economists said the jobs market was weakening and raised the likelihood of an interest rate cut. It came in the same as the revised November figure and compared to a consensus forecast of 5.3 percent. The Australian Bureau of Statistics said […]

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