This section provides information about how to make the most of your study in Australia, as well as a guide to what you can expect if you're heading to university or further study for the first time.

03rd April 2019

There’s a place for you in Melbourne: Harriyadi's Story

Read about Harriyadi's experience as a student in Melbourne. 

18th March 2019

What is it like to study in regional Victoria?

Federation University Australia (Fed Uni) has capital city campuses, but did you know its larger campuses are in regional centres? 

06th March 2019

There's a place for you in Melbourne: Linh's Story

Read about Linh's experience as a student in Melbourne. 

07th February 2019

There’s a place for you in Melbourne: Jirayut’s story

Read about Jirayut's experience as a student in Melbourne. 

14th November 2018

How can we support international students in Australia?

Knowing where to find support will help to make your Australian study experience a positive one. 

08th August 2018

Top five courses for permanent residency in Australia

We look at the qualifications that could lead to a permanent stay Down Under. 

24th July 2018

What level of English language proficiency are you?

There are five different ratings you can achieve; Functional, Vocational, Competent, Proficient and Superior.

09th July 2018

Courses that can lead to permanent residency in Australia

From accounting and teaching to automotive and engineering, the range of courses is very broad.

05th July 2018

Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189): What are points and how many do you need?

Take a look at what you need to do to secure a Skilled Independent visa.

13th June 2018

Five reasons you should study in Melbourne

There's more to Melbourne than Hosier Lane and Flinders Street Station. 

Does university acceptance improve my visa chances?

14th May 2018

Does university acceptance improve my visa chances?

Discover more about the relationship between getting into university and obtaining a student visa. 

10th May 2018

What international students need to know about foundation and bridging courses

 

For many international students, it is the ideal pathway into a full-time undergraduate degree. 

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