Want to Study, Work, and Migrate to Australia? Become a Social Worker – an in-demand and respected job!

The Bachelor of Social Work is an acclaimed course for those wishing to study in Australia and later work in Australia as social workers. The course equips students with practical and theoretical education to become professional social assistants and workers. The Australian government predicts this profession to be in demand for the next decade and…

Graduate Certificate in Advanced Nursing – Driving better outcomes for person-centred care

Australia’s ever-evolving healthcare system is under strain because of resource restrictions, policy reform, and an ageing population with many comorbidities. So, nurses must be prepared to “step up” and seize these possibilities. The demand for advanced-level nurses has never been greater; for example, Job Outlook expects a 19 percent increase in demand for Nurse Managers…

Updates on International Student Arrival Plans: NSW

The Australian Government and NSW Government have supported the NSW International Student Arrivals Plan to return international students to NSW. This is in line with the State’s roadmap to recovery and the National Transition Plan for Australia’s COVID-19 response. As per this Plan, 250 international students studying with NSW education providers will be allowed to return each fortnight…

Victoria plans to remove COVID-19 quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated international travelers.

From next month, Victoria is set to scrap COVID-19 quarantine requirements for international arrivals, following in the footsteps of New South Wales. What this means is that people arriving in Victoria will not have to quarantine at home or in a hotel. The requirement for arriving travelers is that they should be fully immunized and…

Australia is giving preference to migrants and students, tourists will not be allowed now.

The restrictions imposed on international travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic have resulted in Australian immigration reaching its lowest levels since World War II. As a result, the education sector worries that students might decide to enroll in other countries, unless Australia decides to open its borders to them. Australian universities rely heavily on fees…