You will need to discuss this with your current provider their policies and procedures vary for international students. In some cases, you may be restricted from transferring your course during the first six months of the program. If you want to change before completing the first six months of your program, you must apply to your current provider for their permission. If they accept, you will be issued a release letter.
A condition of your student visa limits you to working a maximum of 40 hours per week during semester time. To look for a job, you can use job search engines or visit individual company websites where they advertise their employment vacancies in difference countries. Below are listed two popular Australian job search engines. www.seek.com.au www.careerone.com.au
You will need to check the terms and conditions on the rent agreement that you have signed and move forward according to the rent agreement.
There are several accommodation options for international students. Many students book temporary accommodation when they first arrive in their respective countries. We recommend you book between 2-4 weeks of temporary accommodation prior to your arrival and commencement of your course. Once you have attended the orientation, you will be given information about local accommodation options. Other students choose to share a rental house or apartment with other students as this reduces costs. It is advisable to secure accommodation with easy access to public transportation. For accommodation availability, you can check local newspapers and websites.
Study District has a team of professional counsellors that can provide advice on the best possible courses and education provider to suit your qualifications and your interest of study. After we receive all of the required documents, we assess and submit the application to the education provider for their further assessment.
Some University offer scholarships. You will need to check with your school, or discuss it with your program counselor.
The first university semester begins in February and the second semester commences in July and most master’s programs do not have deadlines although some schools differs depending on countries. We encourage students to submit applications at least four months prior to commencing the course program. This will give enough time to process the application and student visa lodgment. You will be required to submit original copies or certified copies of the following: your valid passport, academic transcripts, and completion certificate of your highest educational qualification. In some cases, an IELTS or TOEFL test result is also required.
The same process for changing your course applies to transferring institutions. You will need to discuss this with your current provider. In some cases, you may be restricted from transferring to another provider during the first six months of the program. If you want to transfer before completing the first six months of your program, you must apply to your current provider for their permission. If they accept, you will be issued a release letter.
A credit transfer will be assessed upon submission of the completion certificate and final academic transcripts. Some providers are able to provide conditional exemptions based on the interim transcripts provided.
If you have completed previous tertiary studies, you may apply for credit toward your course. You will need to present the course syllabus from your previous study when you apply to the university so that they can assess your eligibility.
International students are required to show access to sufficient funds to support their cost of living, return airfare to country of origin, and tuition fees.
As an international student, application for visa extension should be lodged prior to expiry date to avoid penalty. A valid visa is required for you to stay legally in your destine country.