The Association of Australian Education Representatives in India (AAERI), on 26 November 2014 held a Higher Education Fair in Hyderabad for the students who want to study abroad. There are quite a lot of formalities that one has to be aware off before applying for courses in Australia. The Fair was aimed to let students know about the nitty-gritty of the procedures involved and the complex set of formalities that are there while going for an admission in Australia.
Those students who are willing to kick-start their higher education in the Australian shore first need to have a clear Streamlined Visa Process, Work Permit option and a Permanent Residency Visa ready. Australia is quite a preferred location for higher studies among Indian students and the fair aimed to raising the number even higher by letting aspiring candidates know more about the procedures and requirements.
Bubbly Johar, the Vice President and Observer of AAERI said, “Apart from quality education at affordable rates, we promise other things. Even after completion of the course, one could stay back for two years on work visa and then apply for a permanent residency.” He made it clear in the fair that those students who want to work and study at the same time can do the same by working upto 20 hours a week and after their education gets over they could work upto 40 hours a week.
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