Five Best Courses in Australia that May Help You to Secure PR in Future
International Students hailing from different parts of the world find Australia an attractive country to settle in with their future perspectives.
[UKPRwire, Thu Oct 05 2017] International Students hailing from different parts of the world find Australia an attractive country to settle in with their future perspectives. The largely applauded attractions that lead to such excitement among migrants are the stable economy, phenomenal career choices and compensation, multicultural society, highly rated infrastructure and unmissable landscapes. The country offers a majestic lifestyle that many overseas students aspire to achieve.
Overseas students aiming to study, live, work during their stay in Australia while studying and after their studies*(Conditions Applies) should have an Australia Student Visa. After completion of 2 years of studies in Australian universities offering higher education, an overseas student can apply for an Australian post-study work visa under subclass 485. The working holiday visas and tourist visas allow the candidates to study in Australia for a short period, but they donít lead to permanent residency (PR)in Australia.
The PR pathway opens-up to the students when they fulfil the eligibility criteria of being nominated by the employer. It can be applied through general skilled migration program. If applying through General Skilled Migration, the candidate must get positively assessed for the skills by an authorised assessor.
An important thing to note here is, you nominated occupation, and your study area must match each other and should be on the list of long-term occupation released by the DIBP (Department of Immigration and Border Protection). The department revises the list every year according to the needs of the economy and labour market.
So, in order to know about the profession(s) in high demands, you may rely upon the long-term occupations list. As a general rule, you can find highly skilled job functions where there is a dearth of workers in Australia. Recently, AECC Global, a leading migration and education agency, suggested a list of courses for overseas students. The agency having their Migration Lawyer in headquarter in Melbourne also suggested that the students should contact registered overseas education consultants to assist them with their goals.
Following are some of the courses you may wish to consider:
Many engineering graduates secure Permanent Residency in Australia. The occupation list often contains core engineering courses as they significantly contribute to the Australian industries. Overseas students with relevant work experience have the highest chances of getting PR in Australia granted faster.
Hospitality and Cooking Courses
Tourism is a flourishing industry in the country that boosts auxiliary professions in managing tourist stays. The country assumes that centre stage in the world cookery scene, the credit of which goes to its multicultural society that influences food habits to a larger extent. You can choose courses to become:
Chef, Licenses Club Manager, Accommodation & Hospitality Manager, Restaurant Manager, Motel or Hotel Manager, Bed & Breakfast Operator and more.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
There is a huge demand for technology jobs in Australia, and it offers numerous jobs to IT professionals in different roles. Software application and programming, Web Development, Computer Network and System, ICT Business & System Analysis are some of them.
Health care and related services are highly regarded in the country. The Australian healthcare and infrastructure industry are known to be the best in the world. The colleges and universities in Australia offering nursing courses have well-rounded course structures and teaching experts to prepare the nursing personnel for the healthcare industry. The profession makes it to the Occupations List every year. In fact, Australian education consultants often suggest nursing courses to the international students.
Australian industries require accounting professionals specialised in different domains such as Taxation Accounts, Management Accounts, and General Accounting etc. Accountancy occupations always make their way to the list.
These were five courses suggested by AECC Global to the students who want to study, work, and live in Australia*. If you want more information about the courses, colleges, universities, scholarships opportunities, student visa process etc., contact AECC Global experts.