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Top Things to do in Perth

By | November 15th, 2021|Blog Category|

Perth; a place where soft-sand beaches and parks meet the urban metropolis of creativity and innovation; is a place which everyone craves to visit. It is one of the few urban oases in Western Australia's diverse landscape, and that's why everyone loves it here. With art galleries, breweries, creative restaurants, a relaxed neighborhood, cool events [...]

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Western Australia prepares to Open its Borders

By | November 15th, 2021|Blog Category|

Western Australia will also be welcoming back fully vaccinated students just in time for the first semester of 2022. The state has come up with a Safe Transition Plan which was made after a meeting with different education leaders in Western Australia. The WA Government will announce the official date of the border opening [...]

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No Quarantine needed for Students Flying into NSW

By | November 12th, 2021|Blog Category|

International students who are properly vaccinated and wish to study in New South Wales will no longer be required to undergo quarantine. Students will return to NSW via aircraft beginning in December as part of a staged trial scheme, with the first chartered plane carrying returning overseas students touching down on December 6.   [...]

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The Art Gallery of WA – Destination Western Australia

By | November 10th, 2021|Blog Category|

Situated in the heart of Perth’s Cultural Centre, the Gallery houses the State Art Collection with works by renowned local and international artists from the 1800s to today. Immerse yourself in the Balancing Act gallery space displaying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Take a free guided tour or find something unique [...]

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Updates to Western Australia Border Openings

By | November 6th, 2021|Blog Category|

According to a recent update, Premier Mark McGowan has revealed that Western Australia is likely to open its borders only after February 2022. While the state IS downgrading its restrictions, the state is believed to only fully open by early February, aiming for a 90% double dose vaccination rate . “This puts us in [...]

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Education and living costs in Australia

By | November 5th, 2021|Blog Category|

If you want to go to Australia, knowing how much it costs to live and study in Australia is crucial to your application and financial planning. There are several expenses like accommodation costs, education costs and cost of living that you might want to finance before going to Australia. Students should be aware about the [...]

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Beaches and Local Attractions Around Perth

By | November 1st, 2021|Blog Category|

People in Perth live a certain type of laid back lifestyle and this is only more supported by the enormous number of beaches Perth has around it. Beaches are a staple for entertainment, leisure and an escape from the industrial ad technological aspect of the city. Below are some of the best beaches you can [...]

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Process for your Student Visa to Australia

By | October 29th, 2021|Blog Category|

For your Australian education journey to start, you will need a student visa. Students often are confused about the whole application process regarding visas so we wrote this article to help prospective students know about the entire visa process. Apply for a school or university in Australia Before you can even think about getting [...]

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Working and Skilled Category Visas -Types of Visas in Australia

By | October 27th, 2021|Blog Category|

Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) - Subclass 491 visa The Skilled Work Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 491) allows skilled migrants to live, study and work in designated regional areas for a period of 5 years. This subclass is available and suitable to skilled workers who are willing to live and work in a designated regional [...]

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International Students Will Probably be Returning to Australia from 2022

By | October 25th, 2021|Blog Category|

The Australian government is currently preparing to safely reopen its international borders. The double dose vaccination throughout the country is currently standing at 55 percent and is on track to reach the 70 percent benchmark soon. The TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) has approved and registered four COVID-19 vaccines: Pfizer,  AstraZeneca, Moderna, and  Janssen . [...]

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