Master courses and institutions summary for those who want to apply for immigration!

It is almost the time of graduating season, have you planned your future? Are you planning to do further study? If so, it will be the perfect timing. From now on if you use service through AAS to apply for universities or institutions, it will be free of charge! Here are some recommended courses that are considered as immigrating professions, have a look and see what suits you the most!  Nursing As we all know demand for nurses is far exceeding supply in Australia. Applying for immigration through skill stream with the nurse occupation will provide you a high chance of…

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What is Professional Year (PY)?

AAS realises that a lot of students are not familiar with Professional Year (PY). Students who want to immigrate to Australia you might consider, as it is a useful program. PY is a training program dedicated to international graduates who specialised in accounting, IT, and engineering. Most importantly, the program provided local placement opportunities which is enhancing the employability in Australia and immigrating opportunities. Navitas Professional organises the PY program. CPA, ACS, EA recognised the program. The program duration is 44 weeks, of which 32 weeks for lessons and 12 weeks of placement. Here is a summary of the PY…

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Perth and Gold Coast are now classified as regional areas!

The Australian Government has classified Perth and Gold Coast as regional areas, and has increased the visa quota from 23,000 to 25,000! Besides the Perth and Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Wollongong, Geelong, New Castle, Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra are all remote regions. In another word, except for Sydney and Melbourne, and Brisbane, other cities are classified as regional areas. Universities at Gold Coast: Bond University, Griffith University, Southern Cross University Universities at Perth: The University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University What are the benefits of the new policy? • Provided with an extra year of graduation visa (visa 485) • Points…

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Why would you choose AAS?

A lot of students want to study abroad, and it is easier to have an agency to do the administration for you.  Choosing the institution, profession, accommodation, and applying for a visa, could be new and difficult for you. Education agency will base on your preference and capability to recommend to you the possible possibilities.  What makes AAS stand out from other education and student service agency? • AAS provides a series of services AAS services include education and immigration consultation, and visa application. Administrative procedures could be complicated and new to you, and we could handle them for you. For…

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Honest Words For Students Who Want To Apply For Migration

The Australian Department of Home Affairs has announced a new policy for international students who are looking for migration opportunities. It might be confusing, and we are here to assist you. Indeed, we have a few words for you. 1. Check the information carefully, do not just listen to words from mouth. As shown in the chart below, it is the migration allocation of places to different applicants. The picture is retrieved from the Department of Home Affairs, https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/what-we-do/migration-program-planning-levels#. A quick summary from the chart, A. The government has given out 160,000 migration places for 2020-2021, which is the same as last…

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Time to give up as an accounting student?

Immigrating with the CPA or accounting qualifications had been a popular trend over the past two decades. Unfortunately, there are more speculations about accounting is no longer on the skill required list for immigration.  A 25-year-old student C from Hong Kong, she has graduated from a three-year accounting degree. She soon got a job from a Chinese company, working as a part-time accountant. During 2018-2019, she was preparing to apply for permanent residency. She took the CCL, got straight eights in IELTS, had work experience in the field, and reached the age of 25 to get as many points as…

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