Why

Australia?

Australia has an excellent international reputation in education and training. Australia offers a diverse range of study options for international students, with more than 1,200 institutions and over 22,000 courses to choose from. You can study at all levels of education from primary and secondary school, to vocational education and training (VET), from English language courses to higher education (including universities). And regardless of what you are studying or how long you are studying for, Australia’s laws promote quality education and protection for international students.

This includes the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007 (National Code). These provide nationally consistent standards for providers of education and training for international students.

As an international student on a student visa, you must study with an institution and in a course that is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). CRICOS registration guarantees that the course and the institution at which you study meet the high standards expected by international students. the high standards expected by international students.

Sydney

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is the largest city in Australia. It has a population of around 4.76 million and is located on the southeastern coast of Australia.

The economy of Sydney is larger than that of Hong Kong or Singapore, and produces more than $ 306 billions of goods and services every year. The main industries in the city are financial and professional services, manufacturing, information technology and communications, tourism, research and education, and the creative industries.

Employment prospects in Sydney are generally considered quite good, with many opportunities available and a low unemployment rate.

The world-class universities based in the city include the University of Sydney (USYD) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW), both named in the top 100 universities in the world.

Melbourne

Victoria’s vibrant capital is a wonderful city that is often ranked amongst the world’s most liveable city each year.
Melbourne has the highest number of restaurants and cafes per number of people than any other city in the world!

Melbourne plays host to the Australian Open Tennis Championships, the Australian Grand Prix, the Australian 500CC Motorcycle Grand Prix, Spring Racing Carnival, the Australian Football League Grand Final and many other special events.

Job prospects are generally quite reasonable for migrants moving to Melbourne. The main industries in Melbourne – and Victoria as a whole – include the automotive industry, aviation, building and construction, education, engineering, nursing, financial services, and information and communications technology. The city and itsemployers are welcoming of migrants looking for work and Australia has a reasonably low unemployment rate, meaning job prospects are good.

Melbourne is known for its unpredictable weather, and it’s often possible to experience “four seasons in one day”.

Melbourne has the largest tram system outside of Europe, and the fourth largest in the world overall

Melbourne is renowned for its world-class universities and vocational education. Victoria has the highest university participation and graduation rates in the Asian region.

Canberra

Canberra is modern city, set within extensive parks and gardens and enjoys four distinct seasons. The city is the national capital city and is the home of the Australian story. Located on the ancient lands of the Indigenous Ngunnawal.

The national capital’s four distinctive seasons bring their own beauty and charm, making Canberra a rare treat among Australian cities providing a kaleidoscope of colour throughout the year.

The population of the ACT was 387,100 people as at September 2014. (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

Canberra is very family-friendly. As well as Australia’s best education system and excellent health facilities, we have a clean environment, low crime rate, Australia’s best roads and hundreds of kilometres of bike paths. It’s a safe, relaxed way to live.

Perth

The capital city of Western Australia is a vibrant, energetic city whose claims to fame includes picture-perfect beaches, exotic wineries and expansive parklands.

As well as being the most isolated capital city in the world, Perth is the sunniest. Perth enjoy an average eight hours of sunshine on any given day Thanks to the mining industry, Perth has the highest per capita number of self-made millionaires of any city in the world.

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast shares the title with Brisbane as one of the most desirable places in the world to live when ranked on political, social, economic and environmental factors, personal safety and health.

Gold Coast City’s climate is sub-tropical with 287 days of sunshine annually and an average water temperature of 22 degrees Celsius.

The Gold Coast offers one of the largest choices of themed attractions in the southern hemisphere with interactive experiences.

Study/Work

English Courses

Due to globalization and connectivity, English as a second language is a fundamental tool to communicate and interact with people around the world whether it’s for business, travel, or personal reasons. Learning English requires lots of real life practice, motivation and setting up your personal goals over the time.

At Will World Education, we offer a wide range of English courses tailored to each student’s needs. We help our students to find the right program according to their expectations and personal goals.

We represent more than 100 institutions recognized by industry and professional bodies, giving you a peace of mind that you would be taught to a high standard.

The Best Course to
meet your personal
goal General English

This type of course enables you with the basic tools to communicate and improve your English skills for everyday situations. Enhance your four basic skills (speaking, listening, writing and reading) within a relax and learning atmosphere with native teachers. Entry from elementary level to upper intermediate.

EAP: English
for academic
purposes

This is the perfect pathway if you have academic goals. This course develops your skills to a high level with a strong speaking and writing focus. It is an option as a direct pathway to many colleges to start a vocational, undergraduate or postgraduate course.

IELTS:
Test Preparation

This type of course enables you with the basic tools to communicate and improve your English skills for everyday situations. Enhance your four basic skills (speaking, listening, writing and reading) within a relax and learning atmosphere with native teachers. Entry from elementary level to upper intermediate.

Another Test
Preparation

This is the perfect pathway if you have academic goals. This course develops your skills to a high level with a strong speaking and writing focus. It is an option as a direct pathway to many colleges to start a vocational, undergraduate or postgraduate course.

Working while you are studying

Under your student visa, you are allowing working in Australia; it can complement your study and living experience. In addition, a part-time job can assist you while you are studying in Australia with living expenses and gaining work experience in your field.

Usually, students’ visas allow you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while you are studying, and unrestricted hours during any scheduled course break. However, you need to make sure your visa allows you to work.

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection issue visas. You can check if your visa allows you to work by using the department’s free Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) service.
Find out more at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.

Australia has a wide range of industries and many have part-time employment
opportunities, including:

· Retail – supermarkets, department and clothing stores.
· Hospitality – cafes, bars and restaurants.
· Tourism – hotels and motels.
· Agricultural – farming and fruit-picking.
· Sales and telemarketing.
· Administration or Clerical roles.
· Tutoring.

If you have existing qualifications and/or professional work experience,
You may be able to secure casual or part-time job in your field.

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