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Australia has a multi-cultural society; this helps numerous students from across the globe to happily integrate and settle in to a hub of diverse people. Therefore, allowing them to feel at home, while at the same time encountering different people, with disparate personalities. This way a student is able to enjoy the best student life in a safe and friendly, as well as, inclusive environment.
Australian universities try their best to help each and every one of their students; this enables them to provide support to international students through: foundation years and pathways, academic support, English language support and consumer protection. We know that choosing where you want to study, live, and spend your time for the next four years is a big decision. So, a student must consider some additional things before choosing to study in Australia.
Choosing the right Degree
Course preparation is very important for plays a student. Every student is different, in terms of their likes, dislikes, strengths, dreams, goals and so on. In order to achieve one’s goals, an appropriate coarse in university is absolutely crucial as this is the first step towards one’s dream job. So, the question arises: how do you choose what is best for you? This can be answered through checking university rankings, as these are a great way to help compare key performance indicators across different universities. Also, Australia has 35 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016-17, with six featuring in the top 100. With the help of official statistics and data all present, a student can easily decide which university (according to which course) is best fit for them.
The Australian Government provides quality indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), in order to assist students in comparing courses and universities. This is an important Australian Government initiative that helps you make the perfect choice as well as provides independent, impartial information about student experiences and graduate outcomes. You can visit the QILT website to compare things such as:
- Overall satisfaction of current students and recent graduates
- Rates of students moving into full-time employment after graduation
- The median salary received by recent graduates.
Internship and Employment
It is now easier for overseas students to work in Australia because of the recent changes in the student visa policies. A lot of student visas allow part-time work, and full-time hours during holidays. Studying while earning some money is a great way to gain real world experience in the everyday workplace. In order to assist you, the Australian community organizes numerous volunteer charity groups and organizations in different cities. This is an excellent opportunity for international and domestic students to make new friends and get some hands-on experience. Applying for an internship program is also a wise move to gain exposure to a professional environment, gain real industrial experience, and build your prospects, as well as recognize your approach.
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