The Australian Government provides help in your country to contact Australian Alumni networks. Some offices help organize Alumni functions and assist Australian institutions to conduct in-country graduation ceremonies for international students who have returned home.
Australian Government offices have also been very active in developing Memoranda of Understanding and qualifications recognition between Australia and other countries. They can also advise you where to find information about employment and further study opportunities in Australia and in your country where your Australian qualifications will be highly regarded.
The Australian Government skilled migration programme targets young people who have skills, an education and outstanding abilities that will contribute to the Australian economy. International students with Australian qualifications account for about half the people assessed under the skilled migrant program.
In order to qualify for the skilled migration program applicants must pass a points test and satisfy some basic requirements.
- You must be under the age of 45 years when you apply
- You must have an acceptable level of English language proficiency
- You must have post-secondary school qualifications or work experience relevant to your nominated occupation.
- Your nominated occupation must appear on DIMIA's Skilled Occupations List
- You must be able to demonstrate recent work experience
- You must have your skills assessed prior to applying to migrate.
- Points are awarded to applicants with Australian qualification
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