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Thinking about life after graduation? Don’t miss this Migration Seminar!

LIFE after graduation can be confusing, especially when it comes to visa and job applications. Come along to one of Monash University’s Migration and Internships Seminars this Friday for some insight. Ernest Lee has more.

Are you an international student who is considering starting a career in Australia after graduation?

If you’re nodding your head, make time this Friday March 28 and head down to Monash University’s Caulfield campus. Hear from the experts at YNJ Migration Consultants and Navitas on obtaining an Australian Temporary Residency (TR) or Permanent Residency (PR) visa, how to navigate the Australian job market, and how internships can help you kick start your career.

There will be two seminars taking place on the day. The first will start at 12:00pm, while the second will start at 2:00pm. Both seminars will last for an hour each and will cover the same topics.

For those interested in applying for various visas upon graduation, the seminar topics will include:

  • TR/PR for international students in Australia
  • Recent changes in Australia’s migration law
  • Post-graduate work visas available
  • How do I calculate my points?

The experts from Navitas will be informing attendees the importance and the benefits of internships prior to starting your careers in Australia. They will also give you tips on how to obtain an internship and also inform you on the range of internships available through Navitas.

Come on down this Friday and get all the information you require to kickstart a career in Australia.

Date: Friday 28 March 2014
Venue: Theatre HB39, Building H, Monash University Caulfield
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm and 2:00pm – 3.00pm

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