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Medical insurance benefits and
tuition protection

Student visa holders are protected by government with their paid tuition fee and receive medical benefits. Under the Australian federation government, ESOS ACT, student’s tuition fee is protected and if student cannot continue his/her study, it will be refunded or transferred.

02
The excellence of education and world-class university

Student can experience unique and innovative education system that produce 15 Nobel laureates. Also, 50% of Australian university is ranked in top 300 world university rankings.

03
Scholarship programs

Australian government offers scholarship to excellence students and researchers by scholarship program.

04
Language Communication and freedom of choice of region

Students can learn standard English accent in any region in Australia as Australia has no regional accent. There is broad choice of region and student only need to consider culture, living costs and others

05
Multi-culture and safety law

There is no racism on international students as Australia is multicultural country. People in Australia understands the difference of culture and live in diverse environment. Australian government is strict on race, religion, and gender discrimination.

06
Geographical advantage, less time difference with Philippines

It is easy to contact to family and friends in the Philippines as Australia has only 1-2 hours time difference with in the Philippines.

07
Early graduation in higher education

Australian bachelor degree is 3 years program, therefore, it is quicker to get qualification compare to United States and Canada. It also saves money and time of students.

AUSTRALIAN

G8 UNIVERSITIES IN THE WORLD

As there are eight Ivy League schools in America, Australia has the best Australian Universities called “G8” (Group of 8). G8 universities consist of the best international and exchange students from North America, Europe, Asia and other countries and many Nobel laureates graduated from G8 university.

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AUSTRALIAN TECHNOLOGY NETWORK

Australia has ATN (Australian Technology Network) university which is technology focused universities while there is G8 universities in Australia. ATN universities train students not only academic skills but also real industrial practices to be able to prepare the employment in the future. It spreads to four different states and put effort on training students with innovative and creative, social responsibility. As a result, there is high rate of salary and employment rate compare to other university graduates.

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The benefits of New Zealand Universities
  • The qualifications you'll gain in New Zealand are highly regarded and sought-after by employers and other educational institutions around the world.

  • When you study in New Zealand, you will learn beyond your subject. you will become a confident, critical and creative thinker. These skills are highly prized by employers worldwide.

  • As a member of the Lisbon Qualification Recognition Convention, New Zealand qualifications are recognised in over 50 countries.

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What you can do while study in NZ Universities
  • Working 20 hours per week during the year

  • Full time during scheduled breaks

  • If you are a student, who is studying from Postgraduate Programmers(Level 8), your partner and dependent child can live in NZ with the same duration like you. You partner can be eligible to apply a work visa and your child can study free in NZ schools as a domestic student.

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What you can do after study in NZ Universities
  • Post-study work visa (open) for 12 months

  • once working, visa options for a further 2 or 3 years

04
Migration Opportunities
  • There is a bonus point calculation for your qualification if you graduated from NZ Universities and Your Program Level.

 

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International Environment and Academic Excellence

11 of the top 250 Universities in the world can be found in Canada. At University level study, students are likely to encounter internationally educated professors and lecturers. This helps foster in the students a more global outlook as they pursue their careers after graduation.

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​Various Levels of Study and Pathways for Every Kind of Student 

In Canada, students have the option of studying programs at different levels depending on their preference. A student can opt to spend 1 to 2 years in a College and be immediately job-ready for specific occupations. After spending some time in the workforce and accumulating more experience, they can continue to upgrade their qualification and earn credits as they enter a University.

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Cost of Living and Tuition Costs are Competitive

5 of the top 100 best student cities in the world are in Canada. Canada’s cost of living can be considered one of the most affordable in the world. Students are also allowed to work 20 hours per week on a Study Permit and even more on Co-Op programs to help alleviate living costs. There are ample opportunities throughout the provinces, regardless if it’s a big metropolitan city or regional areas. Tuition of schools are also very competitive when compared to top study destinations such as the US, UK, Europe and Australia.

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Study Direct Stream

The application process for a Study Permit in Canada can be made simple by this unique system, the Study Direct Stream. With this mechanic, a genuine student would be relieved of the burden of gathering so many financial documents. A reasonable upfront payment of tuition fees and a Canadian bank’s guaranteed investment certificate are all that’s needed to comply with the financial requirements of a Study Permit Application.

 

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