What is the required IELTS score for studying abroad?
Most universities and academic institutions have different requirements when it comes to IELTS scores. So, what is the best way to find out about the requirements for the course you’re interested in? Of course, you can contact the course provider directly. But you can also get in touch with an IDP education counsellor. They have access to information of multiple education providers.
Study and Work in Australia
Most student visas allow you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks. This only applies while your course is in session. When you’re on holidays from your studies, you can work unlimited hours. If you do a Masters by research or doctorate, you can also work unlimited hours. Check your visa conditions for more information.
A student visa will let you stay in Australia during your studies. So, you can stay in Australia as long as you are studying. Some university degrees can be 5-years long. If you want to stay after your studies.
On a student visa, you can travel in and out of Australia as many times as you want. This is great if you want to return home during the holidays to visit friends and family.
Obtain an Australian diploma
The real benefit of studying in Australia is getting a world-class education. By studying here, you can obtain an internationally recognised Diploma, Bachelor Degree or Master’s Degree. Or you can undertake a research qualification and get your PhD. Around the world, people recognise the high standards of Australian qualifications. So, an Australian education may be your ticket to a work visas. It may also let you remain in Australia as a Permanent Resident.
The Australian Government introduced a post-study work visa in 2013. It allows some international students completing an Australian degree to remain here. As a result, you can gain work experience after you graduate. Graduates of a bachelor and masters by coursework degree can apply for a two-year work visa. This increases to three years for masters by research graduates. PhD graduates can stay for four years.
Include a partner a family member
You can include your family members and/or your partner with your student visa. This means that your family can join you in Australia while you study.
Study in New Zealand
New Zealand’s breath-taking environment, students will also find cities abuzz with excitement and culture. Known as a relaxed and fun-loving society, New Zealand’s cities are a cosmopolitan blend of cafes, shopping, sport and nightlife. This is a diverse and vibrant multicultural society, enriched by cultures from around the world.
Study in United Kingdom
The UK is famous for many things: its language, history, landscape, culture, science, innovation and its education. The UK has one of the world’s highest student retention rates due to the comprehensive support systems in place for international students. The UK is a multicultural society with a reputation for tolerance and diversity.
Study in Canada
Canada is an international leader in computer and information technologies and has a reputation for excellence in such sectors as telecommunications, transportation, engineering, and natural resources. With vibrant cities and a strong economic climate, the country’s high standard of living and its safe and beautiful environment make Canada an ideal place for study.
Study in United States
The USA is a country of great diversity and choice. From tropical Hawaii to the temperate north-east it boasts a stunning array of quality institutions; from liberal arts colleges on an intimate scale to huge state campuses and leading research-driven universities. There is an education experience that is right for most international students.
I completed my Bachelor of Computer Science in India and worked for three years as a technical support consultant. With the help of IDP Education, I applied to study a Masters of Business Information Management and Systems at La Trobe University.