Education Agents Australia

Education Agents Australia - We are registered Australian education agents

Australian Education Agent

International Student Services: We offer applicants of all ages, education backgrounds and needs free services. Registered education agents provide all necessary information and support you before, during and after your stay in Australia. Based on our experience of the Australian education system we can increase your chances to get accepted in a course of your choice.

International Student Services

We want to offer applicants of all ages and education backgrounds and with additional needs a service in Australia that will provide all necessary information and supports you before, during and after your stay in Australia. Based on our experience of the Australian education system we can provide services to international students of all education backgrounds.

Our Education in Australia Services include:

  • Guidance on how to apply for a course
  • Information on English language tests
  • Help with your application forms - translations, certified copies and submissions 
  • On-going support after an application for study has been submitted
  • Support on student visa issues like application, extension or renewal
  • Information about flights to and from Australia
  • Student Accommodations
  • Information about live in Australia (health insurance, bank accounts, public transport, student discounts)
  • Information how to get Australian awards recognized
  • In Australia: Orientation and support on all Australia related questions (e.g. How can I find a shared accommodation? Can I take my pet with me? How do I get a school or child care place in Australia? How do I handle communication problems with my co-students, cultural differences, stress etc.)
  • Your Advantage: Dedicated education agents during your stay in Australia answer your questions during your stay and are available via email.
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Free Study Australia Advice

Australian Education Counsellors

After waiting for months, many aspiring students who want to study in Australia get a rejected mail from the immigration department. Although the reason is provided, it is frustrating to fill up the visa application again and submit the same to the authorities.

FAQ

Our FAQ helps answers to the most commonly asked questions about studying in Australia.

The questions and answers below provide a brief response to the most commonly asked questions. For more information you should refer to the relevant sections of the website or contact us.

Australian Schools

What are the entry requirements for Schools?

Entry requirements can vary between schools throughout Australia. Academic performance and ability is taken into consideration during the selection process. Some schools are more selective in their student intake and focus more on academic or sporting excellence.

Vocational Training Australia

I am 30 years old, and have a Grade 10 certificate. What can I study in Australia?

Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system is often referred to as Technical and Vocational Education (TVE) in other countries. Usually there are no other entrance exams to VET institutions. However some courses may have certain pre-requisite subjects or need demonstrated work experience.

VET delivers training that is both practical and career-oriented and includes courses in computing, business studies, marketing, tourism and hospitality. VET is also available in Australian schools. You may continue studying at university once you have completed the course. Please look at our homepage under the section “Education” for more information.

What is TAFE?

TAFE is part of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) system and the largest provider of post-secondary education service.

 

Higher Education Australia

What are the entry requirements for Undergraduate studies?Undergraduate courses require an Australian Senior School Certificate of Education (Year 12) or the overseas equivalent of an Australian high school matriculation. Some courses may also have certain pre-requisite subjects.

What are the entry requirements for Postgraduate studies?

Entry to postgraduate courses for Universities in Australia requires satisfactory completion of a first degree at undergraduate level. Demonstrated research ability or relevant work experience may also be taken into consideration.

 

Education Australia Application

What should I submit with my application?

Applicants who want to work or study in Australia need to supply the following documentation:

  1. CV and Letter of Introduction
  2. Certified copy of your passport, which is valid for the duration of your stay in Australia.
  3. Certified copy of your references and academic records.
  4. Current English test results (must be original) or proof of evidence that English was the primary language that you studied under. (Please note that we can help you find English language schools in Australia).

When should I apply?

It will depend on which institution you are applying to, but it is generally a good idea to start applying 6 to 12 months in advance. You should check with us as dates may vary between institutions.

Schools- you will need to apply in the year before you wish to commence. It is a good idea to check well in advance with the school you are applying to. The academic year for primary and secondary school begins in late January and runs through to early December. There are four terms with each term lasting up to 12 weeks.

Universities- you will need to check with the institution you are applying to or with us. Courses are run between early February and December. University applications generally close in October each year. Undergraduate students and coursework Master Degree students commence their courses at the beginning of the year.

PhD students and research Master Degree students may be able to negotiate an alternative starting date with their supervisors. Universities accept July enrolments for some courses.
Apply now and receive free student service.

 

Are there any scholarships?

In addition to local scholarships, the universities themselves or organisations such as Rotary International, foundations or industry groups offer other awards or scholarships. Always check on financial assistance with us first.

 

Job Search in Australia

Employment

Working Holidays

Can I obtain a student visa that allows me to work?

Student visas allow you to work part-time (20 hours per week maximum) and are valid for the duration of your studies. Student visas are valid for any course accredited by the government to accept international students (CRICOS courses).

Before you can apply for your student visa you will need your confirmation of enrolment from an institution in Australia. There is also the requirement for a medical examination for periods of three months or longer.

How can I find a job if I am on a working holiday visa?

There is certainly a high number of working holiday visa makers who like to work during their stay, however AA is prepared to help to find a job in a short time frame.

Students

I am an international student and want to work over the weekend. Is that allowed?

You need to apply for a student visa with work rights after you arrive in Australia and commence your course of study.

Generally, you (and your dependants) are limited to 20 hours work per week during the semester. You may work full-time during holiday periods. Dependents of Subclass 574 Masters and Doctorate students have unlimited work rights after the principal student visa holder has commenced his or her course in Australia.

 

Immigration Australia

What do I need to know about visas, customs etc?

Visitors must have a valid visa and current passport for entry into Australia. A visa must be issued in your own country and be entered in the passport before the travel date.

Australian tourist visas are free of charge and applications should be made to the relevant Australian Embassy, Consulate of High Commission.
If you are a non-resident and wish to work in Australia, a work permit is required. Visitors should ensure they apply for the correct visa to suit their requirements.

What is temporary residence?

Temporary residence is if you enter Australia on a temporary basis as visitors, students or for specialised purposes under the temporary residence program. Temporary Residence is the right to live and/or work in Australia for a limited time, or is the right to live in Australia in retirement.

In the case of skilled employment, social/cultural benefit and international relations, you are allowed to come to Australia for specific purposes, which will result in some benefit to the Australian community.

This includes people with specialist skills, such as managers, academics and medical practitioners, people who make a social or cultural contribution to the community, such as entertainers, media and film staff, sports people, religious workers, visiting academics and public lecturers; and people who contribute to the development of international relations, such as diplomatic personnel, participants in exchange programs and working holiday makers.

I have heard that I will only get a student visa if I select a registered course. Is that true?

Yes, a registered course is the education or training course offered by an Australian education provider registered with the Australian Government to offer courses to overseas students.

AA specialises in helping you to find a registered course. Please fill out our enquiry form and we will respond to you individually.

What are the conditions on my tourist visa?

If you wish to visit Australia for sightseeing, travel, visiting friends and relatives, caring for dependants who are in Australia on a student visa, or other short-term non-working activities, you will need an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) or a tourist/holiday visa.

What are the conditions for my working holiday visa?

Only applicants who are aged between 18 and 30 years and without dependent children, where conditions have been prearranged, are eligible to apply for a Working Holiday visa.

Australia has reciprocal arrangements with fourteen countries - the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands, the Republic of Ireland, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malta, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Cyprus.

 

Student Services Australia

Insurance

What insurance do I need to take out?

All students applying for student visas must take out the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSCH). Starting from AU$74 for 3 months insurance (AU$274 for one year), you will be covered for most medical expenses in public hospitals, clinics and specialists. Dental and optometry costs are not included.

Supplementary travel insurance is highly recommended to cover lost baggage, cancellation of plane tickets and repatriation.

Which funds are offering Overseas Student Health Cover?

  • Medibank Private 
  • Teachers Union Health Fund Limited, subcontracting to Worldcare Assist
  • BUPA OSHC 

What insurance do I need to take out?

All students applying for student visas must take out the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSCH). Starting from AU$74 for 3 months insurance (AU$274 for one year), you will be covered for most medical expenses in public hospitals, clinics and specialists. Dental and optometry costs are not included.

Supplementary travel insurance is highly recommended to cover lost baggage, cancellation of plane tickets and repatriation.

Which funds are offering Overseas Student Health Cover?

  • Medibank Private 
  • Teachers Union Health Fund Limited, subcontracting to Worldcare Assist
  • BUPA OSHC 

What kind of travel insurance should I choose

Visitors to Australia are strongly advised to take out travel insurance. Most travel insurance policies will cover medical expenses (including hospitalisation), cancellation charges, luggage, personal effects, travel documents, money, hijacking, death, disability, loss of income, personal liability and some additional expenses. Please contact Australien Ausbildung in case of any recommendations.

Translations

Which languages do you translate?

We translate the most common and widely used languages. These include, Japanese, French, Dutch, Spanish, German, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Korean, Italian, Czech, Portuguese, Finnish, Danish and Swedish.

How do I know if the translation will be accurate or not?

Native speakers of the language that is being translated do all translations by hand. The translators are accredited and do not use translation software.

Education Agents Australia offer free services


Australian Counsellors

After waiting for months, many aspiring students who want to study in Australia get a rejected mail from the immigration department. Although the reason is provided, it is frustrating to fill up the visa application again and submit the same to the authorities.

Can Anyone Help International Students who Plan to Apply for their Student Visa?
We can Help
AA Education Network has a dedicated team of education counsellors who provides free counselling to international students. It is a global affiliated agency that offers just appropriate tips and support you need to study and live in Australia.

How We can Help
Our education counsellors will:

  • Identify the institute and the course which will be just appropriate for you.
  • Advice you on different pathway programs which you can take up for a prosperous career.
  • Advice you on the foundation course, English learning program, or Bridging course that you must take prior to joining the mainstream course.
  • Guide you on your visa application procedure. It includes filling up the form, attaching credentials, and posting the same to the appropriate authority.
  • Offer support services, such as accommodation tips, translation of documents, part-time work options, managing living conditions, cultural shock, and expenses in Australia, and more.

Whether you focus on postgraduate studies, such as Masters or Ph.D, vocational training, such as job-based short Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma courses, English Language courses, and high school placements, we are always there to provide useful, updated tips to you.

Join us at various:

  • Educational seminars and shows where information on universities, colleges, TAFEs, and schools are provided
  • Web-based study-abroad programs and guidelines for international students
  • Workshops where admission conditions for regional universities are highlighted
  • Links that provide opportunities on higher education through our affiliated university providers

... And, get valuable insight about education in Australia.

Our Support Function
Living expenses can be devastating for students who have to spend a good amount of money to visit Australia to study. We support such students by providing:

  • Opportunities to work while they study
  • Advice on work placement, internship programs, and work experience
  • Tips for credit transfer or recognition of their Australian qualifications in case they are going to another foreign country
  • On-arrival service
  • Tips on accommodation depending on their budget
  • Help in case of emergencies, issues on cultural shock, or childcare

Contact our education counsellors with any of your queries regarding opportunities to study, live, and in Australia.

 

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