Why Nepali Students Prefer to Study in Australia?

Are you contemplating to study in Australian universities? If you do, you’ve landed at the right place. A growing number of Nepalese students are choosing to study in Australia due to many privileges available in the country. As an aspirant, you need to meet the requirement to be eligible for a student visa from an Australian consulate. Here are the requirements to get students visa as prescribed by Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP):

  • Meet genuine temporary entrant requirements
  • Financial requirement
  • English proficiency requirement
  • OSHC and character certificate

Plenty of Courses for Aspirants

After getting a student visa, you can take admission in the top-ranked universities in Australia. It has 1100 premier institutions offering over 22000 courses in different fields. The courses are designed to the international standard under strict monitoring of Australian Qualification Framework. Use of simulated projects and modern infrastructure help in getting skills demand by recruiters in the industry.

Availability of Scholarships

Another privilege enjoys by international students while studying in Australia is a scholarship in the chosen course. The country has allocated $200 million to provide scholarships to the deserving students. The scholarship in Australia for Nepalese students is an initiative taken to encourage enrolment in the local university. The scholarship includes concession in the admission fee, tuition fee, and OSHC fees in some courses. But, the amount of scholarship varies among colleges and courses selected to study.

Migration Opportunities

Migrants students fall in love with the local culture, cuisine, high standard of living, safe, and laid back environment. The dream of staying back in Australia can be fulfilled after getting Permanent Residency. If you’re an aspirant of acquiring PR in Australia, you can consult with experts to create a blueprint of the pathway.

High Job Opportunities

Australia is facing a shortage of skilled workers in many sectors. The areas facing skill crisis are added in Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skill List (MLTSSL) and Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL). Pursuing the courses falling under these categories would help you to get a job in the domestic market.

Thus, a study in Australia for Nepali students is always a profitable venture. But, it is necessary to take counselling about the career path, courses, and other information from education consultants. Book a free consultation with our AECC Global education experts to get help in realising your dream in Australia.

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