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Choosing an Education Agent

Choosing an Education Agent

Usually Education agents assist international students to secure a place in an Australian school. While institutions can enrol students directly, they also work with the global student agent network such as IEA-A International Network. You may choose to use a qualified education agent, usually known as a student counsellor, academic adviser, or student recruiter in […]

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International Education Strategy for Australia Aims Million Students by 2025

International Education Strategy for Australia Aims Million Students by 2025

The Australian Education Roadmap developed by Austrade clearly articulates an ambition to develop, enhance and grow the onshore sector to welcome up to 720,000 students; compound annual growth of 3.8% on the nearly 500,000 Australia welcomes today. “In a high market-share scenario, these numbers could almost double to nearly 990,000 by 2025,” states the report. […]

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Australian International Education Export Boom / Phil Honeywood

Australian International Education Export Boom / Phil Honeywood

Yet another review has landed on desks around Canberra. A newly released 160-page Productivity Commission paper on International Education Services has underlined what many of us who work in this dynamic sector already know. Not only is international education kicking goals for our beleaguered economy but it continues to enhance Australia’s global credentials. Notwithstanding this, […]

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New training initiatives for hospitality and tourism sectors

New training initiatives for hospitality and tourism sectors

Restaurant & Catering Australia has welcomed new training and product development arrangements for the vocational education sector announced by the Australian government this morning. R&CA CEO, John Hart says that the announcement serves as a welcome step in addressing the needs of the tourism and hospitality sectors. “The [hospitality] sector is currently experiencing a shortfall […]

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International students love Australia, survey finds

International students love Australia, survey finds

Eighty eight per cent of international students are satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience, outperforming similar competitor nations. A new report on international students’ experiences has found widespread satisfaction across all survey areas — learning, support on arrival, living and support services — at a rate higher than similar competitor nations. The lone […]

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Sydney Festival 2015 opens

| January 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Sydney Festival 2015 opens

Sydney Festival start. For Daily Deals look at the http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2015/dailydeals The mirrors in the Spiegeltent have been polished. The contortionists set to bend across its stage are limber. International guests from Belgium, Shanghai and beyond are streaming through Customs. The street art-covered labyrinth has been erected. The 2015 Sydney Festival is ready to go. Sydney’s 39th […]

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Changing courses and education providers

| December 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Department of Immigration published information about how to change your course while you are studying in Australia. You can get further information from IEAA on visa requirements or new course acceptability on sydney@inteducation.com or you can call 02-92327055. If you are thinking about changing your course of study, you need to ensure that you continue to […]

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Australian Student visa applications rise strongly

| February 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Australian Student visa applications rise strongly

More than 74,000 applications were lodged in September quarter 2013, the highest for the quarter in the past four years International students Increase comes after slump caused by a ‘perfect storm’ of migration rule changes, bad publicity about safety and the strong dollar. A large increase in international student visa applications in Australia has raised the […]

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Study Group takes over pathway college for Australian National University (ANU)

| December 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
Study Group takes over pathway college for  Australian National University (ANU)

Study Group is to take over an existing pathway college at the Australian National University (ANU). Based in Canberra, ANU is one of Australia’s top-ranked universities. It established ANU College to provide English language and other courses intended to prepare international students for further study. Study Group’s chief executive David Leigh told EducationInvestor  that the […]

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Trades Recognition Australia Migration Skills Assessment Applicant Guidelines

| November 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Trades Recognition Australia Migration Skills Assessment Applicant Guidelines

Overview of TRA Migration Skills Assessment /  May 2013 Purpose of the TRA Migration Skills Assessment Guidelines These guidelines describe the TRA Migration Skills Assessment program and the requirements for applicantsseeking a skills assessment under the program.The primary audience for these guidelines is potential applicants for a TRA Migration Skills Assessment. Terms explained in the […]

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