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Published on November 18, 2017

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Slide 1: STUDENT VISAS BY AKKAM IMMIGRATION AUSTRALIA Points for Today’s Discussion: Points for Today’s Discussion Unique Features about Australia Standardized Exams Pathway Programs Total Cost Visa Case Studies FAQs MAP OF AUSTRALIA: MAP OF AUSTRALIA Australian States & Capitals: Australian States & Capitals Australia is divided into six States and two Territories. O States Western Australia South Australia Queensland New South Wales V ictoria T asmania Northern Territory Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Cap i tal Perth Adelaide Brisbane Sydney Melbourne Hobart Darwin Canberra About Australian States & Capitals: About Australian States & Capitals Western Australia Western Australia is the largest state . The state’s wealth also includes iron, nickel, wheat and wool , which is mostly exported from the port of Fremantle. Victoria Victoria is the smallest state on Australia’s mainland. Victoria contains more than a quarter of Australia's total population - approximately 5 million people. This state is famous for the goldfields of Central Victoria. Tasmania This state is known for its unique wildlife, wilderness and unspoiled beauty. South Australia Driest state in Australia Famous for the Barossa Valley, a major wine producing area of Adelaide. About Australian States & Capitals: About Australian States & Capitals Western Australia Western Australia is the largest state . The state’s wealth also includes iron, nickel, wheat and wool , which is mostly exported from the port of Fremantle. Victoria Victoria is the smallest state on Australia’s mainland. Victoria contains more than a quarter of Australia's total population - approximately 5 million people. This state is famous for the goldfields of Central Victoria. Tasmania This state is known for its unique wildlife, wilderness and unspoiled beauty. South Australia Driest state in Australia Famous for the Barossa Valley, a major wine producing area of Adelaide. Why Australia?: Why Australia? • Large land area, sixth largest country in the world and has the lowest population density per square kilometer. Safe learning environment. Multicultural society. Relatively warm climate. Standard of living & cost is viable. Part time job opportunities are available. • IELTS,TOEFL, PTE & CAE scores are acceptable. Why Australia?: Why Australia? ELICOS (Pre-sessional English) programs are available. World class qualification. Students can work 40 hours per fortnight when the course is in session and 40 hrs/week during scheduled course breaks. Chances of getting Permanent Residence by gathering 60 points. Introduction of new Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) has simplified the visa process. Post Study Work Visa of 2 years for the students who complete at least 2 academic years of degree (Masters or Bachelors) in Australia. If students study in Regional areas in Australia they get 5 extra points which support in achieving 60 points for PR. Types of Educational Institutions: Types of Educational Institutions Colleges: Public Colleges i.e. ( TAFEs ) Private Colleges . Offering English language courses, Vocational (work-training) courses, University pathway programs and Bachelors degrees. Universities: Offering majorly Master’s & Bachelor’s degrees. Universities in Australia: There are 42 Australian Universities, of which 2 are private: Bond & Notre Dame. The Higher education sector consists mainly of Universities. Australia’s top 8 universities form a group of 8 i.e., G8. 6 Australian Universities come in top 100 universities worldwide and 21 Australian Universities come in top 400 as per the QS World University Ranking 2015 - 16. Universities in Australia Slide 12: Australian Universities represented by AKKAM Sr No. Name of the University Location in Australia 1 Queensland University of Technology Brisbane 2 University of South Australia Adelaide 3 Griffith University Brisbane and Gold Coast 4 University of Tasmania Hobart and Launceston 5 Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne 6 Western Sydney University Sydney Australian Universities represented byAKKAM: Australian Universities represented by AKKAM Sr No. Name of the University Location in Australia 8 Deakin University Melbourne, Geelong 9 Le Cordon Bleu Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth 10 RMIT Melbourne 11 CQUniversity Australia Rockhampton, Melbourne, Brisbane & Sydney 12 Australian Catholic University Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide 13 James Cook University Brisbane Slide 14: Australian Universities represented by AKKAM Sr No. Name of the University Location in Australia 13 Southern Cross University Gold Coast, Sydney & Melbourne 14 Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane 15 Charles Darwin University with ATMC Melbourne 16 University of Southern Queensland Sydney 17 Latrobe University Sydney Campus 18 Macquarie University Sydney Slide 15: Australian Universities represented by AKKAM Sr No. Name of the University Location in Australia 18 Victoria University Sydney Campus 19 Federation University with Melbourne Institute of Technology Melbourne & Sydney 20 Federation University with IIBIT Sydney & Adelaide 21 Federation University with ATMC Melbourne and Sydney 22 University of Sunshine Coast with ATMC Melbourne and Sydney Regional Campuses of AKKAM represented Universities: Regional Campuses of AKKAM represented Universities Universities CQUniversity Australia University of South Australia University of Tasmania Deakin University Regional Campus Bundaberg, Emerald, Gladstone, Mackay, Noosa and Rockhampton Whyalla and Mount Gambier Hobart /Launceston Geelong, Warrnambool Hyderabad: Office No: 6-3-1191-1196, 2nd Floor, Brij Tarang, Above Mebaz Showroom, Beside White House, Kundanbagh, Begumpet. Landline : 040-40198115/ 40178116 Mobile : +91 7207601601 +91 7207602602 Chandigarh Office Address: Address : #139-140, 2nd Floor Sector-9 c, Madhya Marg Chandigarh - 160009, India  Landline : 0172 - 4191191  Mobile : +91 7087479000  Chandigarh@akkam.in http://www.akkam.in: Hyderabad : Office No: 6-3-1191-1196, 2 nd Floor, Brij Tarang , Above Mebaz Showroom, Beside White House, Kundanbagh , Begumpet. L andline : 040-40198115/ 40178116 Mobile : +91 7207601601 +91 7207602602 Chandigarh Office Address : Address : #139-140, 2nd Floor Sector-9 c, Madhya Marg Chandigarh - 160009, India  Landline : 0172 - 4191191  Mobile : +91 7087479000  Chandigarh@akkam.in http ://www.akkam.in

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