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There’s no doubt that a great mentor can be invaluable to your career — after all, mentors are able to provide you with insightful feedback, introduce you to important connections and maybe even help you find your dream job.

  • Is a University better than a College in Australia? minus icon for close question plus icon for open question

    A University is better than a College in Australia but it has its own merits and demerits. In the context of Australia, Universities are able to grant degrees. However, colleges are only able to grant diplomas or certificates, not degrees. Besides that, colleges are small and are more focused on local students. On the other hand, Universities consists of both domestic and international students.  

    Universities are considered to be expensive but are more prestigious than colleges. Likewise, Universities offer further studies such as Master’s Degree Doctorate Degree and Post Doctorate Degree.

  • The Department of Home Affairs allows most students to bring their immediate family members to Australia. If your dependents were included in your original student visa application, you could apply for them to join you after you’ve commenced your studies.

    Visitor visas can be an excellent alternative to parent visas, as they are relatively inexpensive and give a fast outcome. If you obtain a long-stay visitor visa, it can allow your parents to spend a few years Australia

     

  • I assume you are asking this question considering yourself as studying abroad, student visa applicant.

    In that case, you must know about the rules of employment available for you as a student in Australia. When you have grabbed the correct information required for earning, you can take a breath in a harsh time by starting up your new path in a prepared manner. It’s always good to stay alert about everything which adds value to lessen confusion and frustration a newcomer get faced in a new place for sure.

    The path to carrier success is not a comfortable one and also worth accepting challenge sort of the situation for International Students and graduates in Australia.

    International students in Australia on a valid student visa can work for up to 20 hours per week while school is in session. There is no limit on the number of hours an international student can work during recognized school vacations. Remember, you can only get part-time as a student.  

  • When you reach to Australia as a Student but still be working as a part-time employee, it takes a little time for you to get to know about the system and culture. As soon as you get familiar with places and manage your basics, you can start looking after any jobs which can support your financial need as well as boost your skill. As an international student in Australia, you shouldn’t think of getting dream jobs at first go.

    You can find a job in Australia through many jobs finding sites and as well as through the links you have of the people already living in Australia. You can go through some of the websites below.

    www.seek.com.au

    www.careerone.com.au

    www.oneshift.com.au

    www.spotjobs.com

    www.gumtree.com.au

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