Studying in Australia: open a window onto your future
Are you considering whether to study in Australia? Here are five good reasons why you should start.
Studying in Australia for your career
Studying in Australia is a great way to get a certification that is valid in Australia and in almost every part of the world. Be that as it may, a Certificate, a Diploma or a Uni course, owning an Australian Title of study might be the key to get a better job.
Studying in Australia to improve your English
Too ordinary? To a certain extent. Studying in Australia will allow you to radically improve your level of English, both on a general level and in the field you are specialising in: courses like Marketing or Business enable you, in fact, to develop a “technical” knowledge of English, with a specific vocabulary related to what you are studying (think about, for example, “Business English”, an actual subject which has been integrated in several study plans).
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Studying in Australia for your CV
If, on the one hand, studying in Australia is a good way to improve your English and allow your professional career to spread its wings, on the other hand, it can be, at the same time, a valid help to make your CV more consistent and captivating. If you’re trying to make your first steps into the world of work, you can rely on the course you are attending to apply for some internships.
Studying in Australia to make friends
One of the best ways to become an integrated part of Australian society, and meet new people straight away (but also later as well), is actually studying. Attending a school will give you, in fact, the opportunity to gain access to several social activities and services, such as school libraries, group projects, and interesting discounts on museum tickets and subscriptions.
Studying in Australia to extend your stay
Considering the possibility of enrolling in a course study in Australia will give you the chance to request a visa – the Student Visa – which allows you to stay, study and work legally in Australia. The visa you get will be valid according to the time period of your course of study. Before the Student Visa expires, you can work part-time 20 hours per week or, more precisely, 40 hours every two weeks, and full-time during holiday breaks. When your course ends, you’ll have the right to request an extra period (always according to the length of your course; for example, if you have studied for more than a year, you are entitled to 2 additional months before the official expiration of your visa).
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