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The latest news from Australia and tips for prospective & current international students, keeping you informed on your education journey.

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The benefits of online learning

People want to learn more and enroll in classes one after the other. But due to busy schedule, they often lack the time to go to a university and earn another degree. But with online classes, learning is a lot handier. It is the most convenient way, especially for working individuals, to get trainings and even higher education. Online classes are more beneficial for those who want to earn certifications for career advancements. With the advantages of online

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Student visa news from major destinations abroad

One of the major impacts of the pandemic was border closures, which directly affected the study abroad dreams of thousands of Indian students. Now that we are learning to  live with the pandemic , India is relaxing the rules and regulations, and slowly letting things get back on track. International flights have once again started operating from India. We bring you the study visa news from the popular destinations so that you can plan your study abroad

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Are you looking to study Biotechnology abroad?

Biotechnology is a popular subject and it is safe to guess that the relevance of Biotechnology will only increase in the years to come. An undergraduate degree in Biotechnology will give you a firm base; however, a master's degree may be necessary for identifying the topic that interests you the most and improving your career prospects. Several universities in the UK, the USA, Australia, and Canada offer courses in Biotechnology. Learn more about them and the


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  • 15-APR-2021

    Australia likely to allow international students to return by semester 1, next year

    The Federal Education Minister of Australia has clarified that the return of international students in large numbers might be possible only by Semester 1 of next year. The vaccination drive will heavily influence this decision.

  • 21-MAR-2021

    Australian government willing to support private quarantine facilities established by universities

    The government has made it clear that returning Australians will be given preference and quarantine facilities. Hence international students will not be able to return anytime soon. However, the government is welcoming the prospect of universities establishing private quarantine facilities to bring back international students.

  • 19-MAR-2021

    Singapore and Australia might consider a travel bubble arrangement

    Australian Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment has revealed that Singapore is interested in creating a travel bubble between the two countries, as reported by the Pie News. He hopes that this could happen by mid-2021, provided the vaccine rollouts proceed as planned.

  • 28-FEB-2021

    International students will have access to COVID-19 vaccine

    The vaccine drive was introduced to ensure that many people have access to the vaccine. The government has conrifmed that all student visa holders will have access to the vaccine for free.

  • 19-FEB-2021

    Fee rebates to international students

    Some Australian universities are offering fee rebates to international students. Around 140,000 international students were unable to attend institutions in Australia due to the pandemic and subsequent border restrictions. Australia doesn’t have a timeline as yet for the return of international students. Institutions have to rely on other measures to ensure that students do not switch courses to other countries. Hence some universities are offering discounts and fee rebates, as reported by ABC News.

  • 12-FEB-2021

    Survey reveals the fate of face-to-face lectures in Australia and New Zealand

    An organisation called the ACODE (Australasian Council on Open, Distance and E-learning) conducted a survey with respondents from 43 institutions from Australia and New Zealand. When 32% of institutions said that they will be returning to face-to-face lectures this year, only 10% said yes to the idea of returning to full lecturing after 2021. Six institutions do not intend to return to face-to-face lecturing at all.