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Changes in Student Visa

Two important changes to the student visa programme were announced in October that will help to streamline and simplify the student visa application process. Visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s website for the latest information about these changes

 

 

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Durgesh, an international student from India, is studying for his PhD at Monash University. He talks about his experience living and studying in Melbourne.

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Living Costs in Australia

Knowing the average living costs in Australia is an important part of your financial preparation. For your reference, here are some of the costs associated with living and studying in Australia. (All costs are in Australian dollars.)

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Australia named 'happiest' developed nation again

Australia has been ranked as the world's happiest nation among developed economies for a third year in a row, with a whopping 84 per cent of the country's population saying they are satisfied with their lives.

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75% Of Indian Students Prefer Studying In Australia

Education experts have revealed that Australia has re-emerged as the most preferred Country for Indian Students to pursue Higher Education. In order to find the exact strength of preferences, the Lowy Institute and Australia India Institute had conducted a poll where they found that 75% of Indian students believe that Australia was a good place for higher education. The United states stands second in the ranking given by Indian students.

Why International Students love studying in Australia

More and more international students are choosing Australia as their study abroad destination. The International Education Advisory Council predicts a 30% rise in the number of international students studying in Australia within the next seven years.

Australia has a lot to offer international students, and we have put together a list of some of the most unique aspects of studying abroad in Australia.

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Many Indians living in Australia have excelled spectacularly in their chosen professions and fields by dint of their single-minded dedication and hard work. In this section of famous Indian personalities in Australia, we have tried to trace their life, history and biography

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City of the week - Melbourne

Multi-cultural Melbourne is an artistic, sophisticated and eclectic city. Compact in size, the city is split into distinct pockets, each with its own individual vibe and character.

Behind the historic Victorian-era architecture of the main city streets lies a hidden web of tiny laneways and alleys. Here you will find one-of-a-kind fashion boutiques, h***-in-the wall cafes, and hip bars and restaurants.

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