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Australia, A Place of endless possibilities is back once again as one of the popular destinations for higher studies abroad. Very recently Australian government has relaxed visa rules for Indian students..Read Article here Australia is back as popular destination for studies
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The Frontline of a newspaper circulated daily attracted my attention when I was travelling in Melbourne metro railway on 28th July. The news carried a story regarding a trial under new racial vilification laws. Three men accused of racially taunting an Indian student in a bus heading to Portsea on 2nd of February this year will be the first to face trial in court.
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ContinueThe Hindi translation of Australia’s multicultural policy The People of Australia is now available online.
“Australian society has multiculturalism at its core. The many generations of migrants who have made Australia their home have positively shaped our national identity and contributed to the story of our nation”, said Mr Peter Varghese, Australia’s High Commissioner to…
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Navitas is committed to helping students achieve their career goals by offering scholarships to outstanding students.
The Navitas Academic Merit Scholarships are awarded by Curtin Sydney each semester. Two enrolled students with the highest semester weighted average (SWA) in four or more subjects will each receive a scholarship. The scholarships apply to all programs offered by Curtin Sydney and will only apply to students enrolled at Curtin Sydney.
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