The Australian Department of Education recently announced that international students enrolled in courses linked to workforce shortages can apply to live and work for longer in Australia.
So, what’s the best way to send your transcripts? How many should you order? Where do you send them? What if your transcripts aren’t in English? We’re going to answer all your transcripts FAQs!
Australian university applications are officially open, and starting now means making your application as strong as possible. Here’s how.
Perusing a website for info is all fine and dandy, but sometimes you just need to speak to an actual human. Book a chat with an OzTREKK admissions officer.
Congratulations, you’ve been invited to attend a university admission interview! Now it’s time to start thinking about how to prepare, so you can stand out and leave a good impression.
What’s the deal with studying in Australia, how does it work, and what’s in it for me? Here are the top 5 questions we get asked about studying in Australia!
The University of Melbourne Buddy Program aims to assist new, commencing international students, helping them to have a smoother initial transition to university life
When looking to study internationally, you have two options: You can apply directly with the university or, you can apply through one of their international education agents.
If you’ve already completed university studies, course credit could help you save time and skip over some courses in your Australian degree.
What do university rankings really mean? It’s a question we get asked dozens, perhaps hundreds, of times a year. Here’s what you should know.