Need to take an English proficiency test as part of visa requirements? Yasmin Khushairi explains why PTE Academic may be the best fit for you.
New visa arrangements have been made to enable Singaporean travellers easier access into Australia. Hieu Chau has more.
Changes to the 457 temporary visa program are coming, says Australian Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull. What does this mean for international students and graduates? Mihika Hegde has more.
DO you think the current post-study work visa increases your chance of employment in Australia? What do you think can be done to improve your post-study experience? Trinh Le reports on a new research project about the employability of international graduates.
NEW changes to state nomination requirements in South Australia and a revised skilled migration list in ACT make applying for residency easier for international students and graduates. April Dudgeon has the story.
DOZENS of international students have been left devastated, penniless and suicidal following an alleged visa and migration scam. Rowan Forster has more.
FOLLOWING the cancellation of the controversial “Operation Fortitude”, we speak to several international students to get their opinions over the Australian Border Force’s cancelled visa fraud crackdown in Melbourne’s CBD. Dea Putra reports.
MANY international students burdened by complicated visa processes will soon find it easier to enrol in, and complete their studies. A new simplified student visa system will allow educators to focus more on quality education. Rowan Forster has the details.
INTERNATIONAL students will benefit from changes to visa regulations to accept a range of English language test scores including TOEFL, Pearson – and from January 2015, Cambridge English – in addition to IELTS. Gabriella Ariffin reports.
NOT ready to return home after graduation? We’ve done the legwork for you and compiled a list of countries you could work in on a working holiday visa. Gabriella Ariffin has the details.
STARTING this month, Australia’s top accounting bodies will recognise a wider range English language tests, giving international students and graduates more options. Kai Yi Wong reports.
THE inaugural Melbourne International Student Conference was a weekend of inspiration, learning, personal and professional development, networking and encouraging entrepreneurship to plug gaps in the community for the 100 delegates in attendance. Faridah Wu brings you the highlights.