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Study in Australia

Study in Australia

Study in Australia

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WHY Study in Australia?

  • Home to 7 of the top 100 universities in the world
  • Home to 5 of the 30 best student cities
  • 3rd most popular destination for international students
  • 2 – 4 years stay back opportunity through the Post Study Work stream
  • Globally recognised courses and qualifications

Services of C.Ed. 

Profiling

Assessment of your academic qualifications, work experience, financial status, career goals, as well as your life interests and aspirations.

Country/University/Course selection

Shortlisting of potential countries, universities and courses that match your profile.

Application Review and Submission

Completion and submission of the application forms to your final choice of universities.

Visa Counselling

Preparation work (including mock sessions) for the interviews you may have with the High Commissions or Embassies as well as the collation and review of relevant documentation for submission of visa application.

Standardised Tests

Evaluation of any standardised tests that you may need or a review of results you have already obtained.

Document Editing

Editing of your application essays, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation and resume.

Interview Preparation

Preparation work (including mock sessions) for the interviews you may have with your chosen universities.

Visa Counselling

Preparation work (including mock sessions) for the interviews you may have with the High Commissions or Embassies as well as the collation and review of relevant documentation for submission of visa application.

About Australian University and Colleges

Known for the strong educational infrastructure and quality life, Australia has always been among the top 3 choices for the international students. There are a number of Australian university and colleges offering a plethora of courses and degrees for students coming from different corners of the world. Top Australian Universities include University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, University of Queensland, University of New South Wales, The Australian National University, University of Western Australia and many more. Australian university rankings on the global charts are constantly maintaining the standards with University of Melbourne’s improved place to 33 in the world ranking. The atmosphere and scenic views of the country also add up to the reasons for students picking an Australian University.

Study in Australia

Meet CQUniversity Australia

Meet CQUniversity Australia

Having Campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

Meet University delegates for on the spot offers on

CQUniversity Staff will be available to interview prospective students for places in their exciting range of internationally recognised and employment focused degrees. Scholarships are available for outstanding candidates in bachelor, two year master and research degrees.

  • Aviation
  • Creative Arts
  • Information Technology
  • Management (including graduate MBA)
  • Nursing
  • Life Sciences

Secure your future at CQUniversity by bringing your original documents for an on-the-spot assessment at the following information session.

 

C.Ed. Overseas Education
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Ph: +91 11 4941 5471, +91 90137 80243

Work Permit in Australia for Students

Work conditions for Student visa holders

university-admissions

You cannot work until you have commenced your course in Australia. Once your course has commenced you are permitted to work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight when your course is in session, and unlimited hours when your course is not in session.

  • Work that is a formal registered part of your course is not included in the limit of 40 hours per fortnight.
  • If you are doing voluntary, unpaid work, it is not included in the limit of 40 hours per fortnight if it:
    • is of benefit to the community
    • is for a non-profit organisation
    • would not otherwise be undertaken in return for wages by an Australian resident (that is, it is a designated volunteer position), and
    • is genuinely voluntary (that is, no remuneration, either in cash or kind is received—board and lodging acceptable).
  • If you are a subclass 574 (Postgraduate research sector) student visa holder and you have commenced your masters by research or doctoral degree in Australia, there is no limit on the number of hours you may work.
  • You can work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during any preliminary courses you undertake on a subclass 574 (Postgraduate research sector) student visa.

An example of how 40 hours a fortnight is calculated: After their course has commenced, a student visa holder works the following numbers of hours over a four week period:

  • week 1 – 15 hours work
  • week 2 – 25 hours work
  • week 3 – 25 hours work
  • week 4 – 10 hours work.

In the fortnight comprising weeks 1 and 2 above (40 hours worked in that 14 day period) or in the fortnight comprising weeks 3 and 4 above (35 hours worked in that 14 day period), the work condition is not breached. However, the student visa holder has breached their work condition in the fortnight comprising weeks 2 and 3 above (50 hours worked in that 14 day period). Students found to have breached their work conditions may be subject to cancellation of their visa.

Source : http://www.immi.gov.au/students/students/working_while_studying/

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