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How can I work and study in Australia?
Asked by: anupam1986
Posted on Wed, 23 Jul 2008 19:00:10 GMT
I want to study and work in Australia. I don't know how to make it possible. So can you help me by sending me some information? Right now I've been studying at Delhi University in India for three years. I don't have any work experience but now I want to work and study in Australia as a student of Hotel Management. Also, can you tell me something about Hotel Management course?
Different universities have different requirements for Hospital Management program. For admission, you’ll need to take IELTS (TOEFL is also preferred). The score you secure in IELTS test must be at least 6.5 for admission (some universities even accept 6.0 band score). For admission in postgraduate level, you must have first degree in related course. Similarly, for admission in undergraduate level, you must have completed high school or equivalent level. Since requirements may vary, it is better to contact the university or check the university website to know more about requirements in particular university.
If you meet the entry requirements of a university, you’ll need to apply for admission. The process to apply may vary according to university. Once university accepts you for admission, you’ll get an acceptance letter with which you have to apply for Australian student visa. If you get a visa you can fly to Australia and work part-time there as an international student after you obtain a work-permit. Currently, international students are allowed to do up to 20 hours of part-time work during semesters but during vacations, students can work full-time.
Kumar answered 9 years ago
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