News

1.Extend your stay in Australia with student visa

The additional visa changes to come out of the 2011 Knight Review which took effect Sunday 1 July. Of particular significance, the changes include an increase to the cost of living to A$18,610 (previously A$18,000) and an extension to post-study work rights. (3 Jul 2012)

http://www.immi.gov.au/students/student-visa-living-costs.htm

 

2.Deakin University jumps into top 100 University

Deakin University ranked in world's top 100 universities, under 50 years old
In the following pages please find list of updated courses on offer in Trimester 3, 2012. Should you need more information, please contact us. (3 Jul 2012)

http://www.deakin.edu.au/future-students/courses/

 

3.Navitas Australia Early Bird Discount is now on

Navitas Australia is happy to announce its Early Bird discount (A$2,000 tuition reduction) for SELECTED Australian Colleges. for more information, please contact us. (3 Jul 2012)

http://www.navitas.com/

 

4.RMIT application and enrollment period gets longer

RMIT has extended application and enrolment periods for this semester, allowing students to enrol up to three weeks after the official start-date for some TAFE programs, and up to two weeks after the official start-date for Higher Education programs.

• TAFE students can commence until Friday 13 July Applications must be submitted by Tuesday 10 July, and acceptances confirmed by Thursday 12 July... to allow for processing. Students must arrive in Melbourne and complete registration and enrolment formalities by Friday 13 July.

• Higher education students can commence until Friday 27 July Applications must be submitted by Tuesday 24 July, and acceptances confirmed by Thursday 26 July to allow for processing. Students must arrive in Melbourne and complete registration and enrolment formalities by Friday 27 July.

Please submit your applications as soon as possible. For further information, contact us! (3 Jul 2012)

 

5.Macquarie University rank revolutionized

Macquarie University has been named Australia’s highest-ranking university in two reports published in the last week. Both QS and Times Higher Education placed Macquarie first among the country’s universities under 50 years of age. The QS Top 50 Under 50 ranked Macquarie 16th in the world, while the Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 rating placed Macquarie at joint-33rd globally. (3 Jul 2012)

http://www.international.mq.edu.au/