Attending an English course in Australia is one of the best ways to maximise your Australian experience. Studying is not only an opportunity to improve your English, but also an opportunity to make new friends from all over the world.
We have a great relationship with the Australian schools we work with and can offer some great promotions on courses. We help you choose the school and course that best suits your level of English, taking into account your budget and your goals, ensuring you get the best price available.
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ENGLISH COURSES IN AUSTRALIA
In Australia, there are English courses for every level and every need. You can choose from a variety of options to, based on your goals, to personalise your experience.
In fact, the duration and type of your studies can vary, depending on factors such as your existing knowledge of the language, the purpose of your trip and the visa you have.
Many students, for example, start with a General English course then move on to preparatory courses for specific exams such as IELTS and Cambridge. Others, on the other hand, are looking for courses tailored to their work needs right from the start. Examples of these types of courses are Business English, Teachers Training Courses or Medical English.
HOW TO STUDY IN AUSTRALIA: THE AVAILABLE TRAINING COURSES
The study paths that are available in Australia are varied to meet the needs of each student.
English Language Skills for Non-Native Speakers
If you’re a non-native speaker, you will want to prioritise improving your English language skills when arriving in Australia. These skills will help in your working and personal life. There are many different English language courses to choose from that are essential to access specific professional or academic paths.
Beginner: for those who are starting from scratch.
Advanced: for those who already speak English but wish to improve.
Business English course.
Courses to improve pronunciation and vocabulary.
Courses to obtain a language certificate (IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge).
The average duration of these courses is 12 weeks, but you can choose longer or shorter courses according to your needs.
Vocational Education and Training (VET)
However, if your English is already great and you want to focus on a path that can help you with your work, you can opt for a professional course (or VET). VET is a training course with strong practical content that was created with the aim of preparing for a specific profession. There are VET courses for almost all employment sectors, so it won’t be difficult to find a route that is in line with your area of interest.
There are a number of VET courses that only take three months to complete. These short-term courses are a great option for students looking to earn credit towards a degree or experience what it’s like to study abroad in Australia.
University or Post-Graduate Study
There is also the possibility of attending a university or post-graduate course in Australia. This choice can be very demanding, in bureaucratic, organisational and financial terms, as university is very expensive in Australia. Just remember, if it’s easy to dream it, it’s easy to live it; university is definitely an option for international students.
Choosing the Correct Visa
Any course you choose to study in Australia requires a visa. The Working Holiday Visa allows you to study and follow a course for four months and work in the meantime, without any limit to weekly hours.
To undertake a full-time course, the Australian government requires you to have a Student Visa. This special visa allows you to stay in Australia for the duration of your coursework, and to work part-time during the course and full-time during breaks. Student Visas are valid for the duration of a course and can even be extended for up to five years.
For more information on choosing the right visa for you, click here!