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  1. Jobs and work
    Hey!! I am an Australian student and a blogger in Trustedtutors. I am looking for a part-time Job to cover up my expenses. Some peoples told me that it is not possible to do both the work together but I want to earn something. Please help me out what is the right way to proceed.
  2. Education
    Children who move to Australia from abroad do better at school and are more ambitious that those born in the country, new research has found. Immigrant students in Australia also have a greater sense of belonging than their peers, according to the study published by the Organisation for...
  3. Education
    The higher education sector in Australia is concerned about how changes to visa programmes will affect students from overseas who want to study in Australia. Nor is the industry sure how the creation of the new super Home Affairs Department will have an impact as it is just a few weeks since it...
  4. Education
    Closer links are being developed between universities in Australia and the UK which share the same core principles despite being separated by thousands of miles. There will be a new co-operative partnership between Million Plus, the association for modern universities in Britain and Australia's...
  5. Jobs and work
    Officials in Australia are again warning backpackers and students working while in the country that they should be aware of unscrupulous employers paying them less than a legal wage. In the latest case to be highlighted by the Fair Work Ombudsman, the owners of a café and a shop in Melbourne...
  6. Education
    Students from overseas like Australia so much that tens of thousands decide to stay after graduating with some getting jobs and others taking a holiday. Their prospects are good as official figures show that university graduates in Australia are two and a half times less likely to be jobless...
  7. Jobs and work
    The extent of how young people in Australia on student and working holiday visas are being exploited by rogue employers has been laid bare with more cases going to court. In one case young people from overseas working in retail kiosks in Melbourne were underpaid while others working in gourmet...
  8. Education
    Students at university in Australia face having to pay higher fees and pay back any loans they get faster under new plans being released by ministers. Education Minister Simon Birmingham believes that universities are richer than they claim to be and as a result funding to them is going to be...
  9. Education
    A university in Australia is taking steps to make sure that students from overseas get the best they can from their studies and also help them further their careers when they graduate. Like universities around the world, the University of Queensland (UQ) welcomes students from many countries...
  10. Education
    International doctorate and masters students studying certain subjects at university in Australia who want to stay and work in the country after graduation are set to get extra points towards a skilled worker visa. As part of the Government's policy to attract more top level immigrants with...
  11. Education
    Australian universities, which attract students from around the world, have done well in the latest global rankings for higher education institutions. The 2016 QS World University Rankings show that overall Australia has nine universities in the top 200, one more than last year, five of which...
  12. Visas and immigration
    More students from around the world than ever before are choosing to study in Australia with numbers up 10% in 2015 compared to the previous year. The latest official figures show that almost half a million international students from nearly two hundred countries attended higher education...
  13. Education
    Universities in Australia and Japan have strengthened their links with the signing of an agreement that will make it easier for students to study in each country. The agreement between Universities Australia and its counterpart body, the Japan Association of National Universities (JANU), builds...
  14. Education
    International students in Australia are again being reminded of their employment rights after yet another wages exploitation case has been highlighted. Well known convenience store franchise 7-Eleven has been exposed in a TV programme as allegedly paying students for only half of the hours they...
  15. Education
    More and more students are attracted to study in Australia with the latest available data showing record numbers are enrolled of which 25% are from overseas. There were 1.37 million full- and part-time students enrolled in 2014. This total figure represents growth of 4.5% on the previous year...
  16. Education
    The relationship between business and universities in the Asia Pacific region is being strengthened with new initiatives announced by Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop. An expansion to the New Colombo Plan (NCP) will improve the future prospects of students and deepen engagement...
  17. Education
    Australian universities have become involved in a global programme that will promote more opportunities for students to take part in international study and research. Universities Australia has signed an agreement with Canadian organisation, Mitacs, which will allow Australian undergraduate...
  18. Education
    Over 200,000 people moved to Australia to live permanently in the 2013/2014 financial year, with a big increase in the number of international students. The Migration Trends 2013/2014 report shows that 290,000 student visas were issued last year Official figures from the Department of...
  19. Visas and immigration
    Australia is well known as a popular destination for overseas students and an increasing number of them are arriving from Asia but it also works the other way around. One young Australian woman has won a 12 month scholarship to immerse herself in the language, history and culture of Japan while...
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