BAN ON SUBCLASS 457 & ITS IMPACT ON AUSTRALIA STUDENT VISA
The recent ban on subclass 457 visa announced by the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is only on temporary work visa and different visa category than the Post study work.
This ban would NOT have any impact on the Post Study work visa category which is subclass 485 or the part time work visa for international students in Australia.
This ban effects the people who have applied/are looking to directly apply as foreign workers for temporary work visa with sponsorship from an Australian employer.
Professionals seeking migration to Australia can continue to study in Australia for a period of 2 years for a degree related course and opt for Post Study work that can lead to migration.
Skilled professionals can continue to apply under sub class 189 and 190.
To know how this might affect you, call our Study Abroad Expert on +91 9664 483 215.
Apart from the natural beauty of the continent of Australia, There are a variety of reasons that you should consider studying in Australia. This is an important factor in being a crowd puller when it comes to foreign students. Australia, each year, registers a high number of migrants in the student community, it is growing to be a student hub and more and more people are beginning to trust the universities at Australia for education. The number of institutes and courses being offered in Australia makes it inch upward on the graph of international destinations for education. Innovation in education and a constant strife to improve quality of education has brought Australia ahead in the race Overseas Education.
Apart from the quality of education, an education experience in Australia ensures good quality of life in general. The institutes, accommodation and career choices offered in Australia are almost unbeatable in quality and innovation and these factors go a long way in helping a student decide their course of action with regard to education.
In Australia as in most other countries almost all universities and colleges can provide accommodation on or near to their campus. University apartments, residential colleges and halls of residence are generally available.
For an International student staying at the halls of residence is a enjoyable experience as you get to mix with students from other countries and/or courses. This is a preferred choice there are various budget options. Generally meals and cleaning services are provided as part of the accommodation.
Australia is a popular destinations for students from around the world. Australia enjoys a low crime rates and strict gun control laws resulting in a safe environment. Its natural beauty, advanced economy status attract highly skilled migrants, professionals and business persons from around the world, making it one of the truly multi cultural societies.
Some statistics indicate that the costs of living and tuition in Australia is generally lesser than say USA or UK. Students should note that tuition fees will vary depending on course and location, while lifestyle costs are also variable. Average living cost for an International student is about AU$320 per week on items like housing, food, clothing, entertainment and other incidentals.
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