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Things you should remember before applying for a job while studying in Australia

Education is one of the most significant parts of our being. Human beings are gifted with a sense of knowledge and ability to use cognitive thinking and perceive one’s surroundings for a better life experience. Abroad educational programs have always been attractive for domestic aspirants and a great chance to experience diverse cultural drift. The global connect of our educational system is extensive and all the major countries of the world actively participate in providing quality education to student across the globe. Australia is one of the flourishing and desirable educational destinations and is a safer country making it an irresistible opportunity. Students from around the world are going abroad for higher education and UK, USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand are the most alluring destinations offering high-quality study programs.



One of the many benefits of pursuing educational prospects in Australia is that it offers international students the opportunity to study and work for prescribed hours which enables them to be financially stable and independent during their course. The industrial structure of the Australian economy is vast creating various job opportunities for students in various sectors like retail, call centres, hospitality, and other industries. A student generally looks for retail jobs like working in a food joint, salon or shopping centre to support their financial and social survival instincts.

The Australian market is brimming with job opportunities and allows students to set a firm footstool into the beginning of their career approach. But before jumping to any sort of conclusion, let us take a moment to consider all the factors of working in Australia during our tenure of the educational program. Here is a glance at the employment rights in Australia for working students. Australian student visa offers you to work up to 40 hours prescribed work per fortnight during the semester enabling you to earn and manage your expenditure with additional money for a sustainable living and allows to you make a social circle outside your college or university gratifying your social needs.


The duration of working hours is simplified and is designed in a way that it leaves you with ample amount to study and focus on your curriculum. During semester breaks students may work full-time hours if they wish to. Working students are eligible for opening up a bank account and are to expected to pay taxes just like any other Australian Citizen. Opening a bank account ease out the process of managing your earnings like the employer can transfer the salary directly to your account. Savings are made an achievable target if you have your account statement handy and other facilities too that draws out your account statement making you aware of the balance thus, helping you save few bucks. It is essential to consider the points mentioned above and then look for an employment opportunity.


Education is the pinnacle of our success and one must thrive to achieve it with utmost excellence. With an education from abroad, one can broaden the scope of their knowledge and skills, carving out a better future for themselves.

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How International Student Integration Benefits Multicultural Communities

How International Student Integration Benefits Multicultural Communities

Australia’s education system is so popular with international students that it helps enrich our multicultural diversity. The influx of keen learners from around the world not only contributes to our economy but they also bring with them their passions, their knowledge and their stories. Australian student visas can do a lot to shape our country for the better.

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Senator Richard Colbeck said that in 2015 almost half a million international students studied in Australia and that there was a 10% growth in numbers compared to 2014. These statistics demonstrate that the Australian population is growing to accommodate international students looking for a great place to study and to live.

In addition to studying, these international students are also integrating into Australian society and are helping shape the future.Happy couple in love embracing in while exploring the city.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 24.6% of Australia’s population was born overseas while 43.1% of people have at least one parent that was born overseas. In other words, a quarter of our population has familial ties with other countries. These bonds are important to maintain and are paramount to our national identity as a place that celebrates the representation of other cultures such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, China, India and Vietnam.

Australia offers opportunities for migrants to receive the training and the professional assistance they need to satisfy the requirements of an Australian student visa. Consult a registered migration agent like Glorious Immigration to discuss fulfilment criteria such as English proficiency, health insurance cover and more.

Immigration Success Story

A recent case study of an intensive care nurse who moved from India to study in Australia highlights the advantages of connecting a Tasmanian community with culture. Mr Jerose Joseph shared his passion for cricket and Indian cinema to bring both the Indian and wider communities closer together.

Are you interested in studying in Australia on an Australian student visa? Have a look at our free online assessment today. For more information, call Glorious Immigration on +61 430 925 425 or contact us online.




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The New and Improved Student Visa Framework

The New and Improved Student Visa Framework  Visa’s 500, 590, 402, 485

The economic benefits of cultural diversity and continued immigration is contributing to the rich, vibrant suburban landscape of communities throughout Australia. The yearly influx of international students into Australia’s diverse educational environments including colleges and tertiary institutions is helping to improve racial and cultural understanding, enhance student satisfaction while supporting not only the growth of Australia’s education sector but a burgeoning, robust economy . With post-graduate opportunities for further study and work within your grasp through the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) and the Department of Immigration and Border Protections selection of Working visas, at Glorious Immigration we can guide you through the journey of studying and living in Australia. And as the Australian government heralds in the SSVF (simplified student visa framework), the process for studying in Australia has been streamlined in order to assist genuine students in navigating the visa process while supporting the Australian educational services sector. Notable changes include:

  • A reduction in the number of student visa subclasses from eight to two.*
  • The introduction of a simplified single immigration risk framework for all international students.*
  • A more targeted approach to immigration integrity while creating a more balance playing field for all the various educational providers.*
  • The SSVF has been developed to replace the existing streamlined visa processing and AL framework arrangements.*
  • Students will no longer be required to apply for a specific student visa subclass – it is intended to streamline all subclasses into the one visa.*
  • The new process will enable students to identify what documents they will be required to provide in support of their visa application by entering both their intended education provider and country of citizenship into an online tool.*
  • Documentary evidence in support of a student’s financial and English language capacity will be determined by the immigration risk of both the student’s educational provider and country of citizenship.*
  • The current eligibility criteria for the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa will not change.*

The team at Glorious Immigration will consult with you to determine the most appropriate visa for your specific circumstances and future goals.

As an international student, studying is only one aspect of this incredible adventure. Australia is a continent bursting with opportunities and activities that enable you to share your rich diverse cultural heritage both inside and outside of the classroom. Perhaps it’s immersing oneself in community outreach programs, or engaging in extracurricular activities that will help you to develop skill sets such as teamwork and leadership. Sharing your culture and skills with members of your local Australian community will help create memories that will support and empower you as you pursue your goals


If you wish to remain temporarily in Australia on completion of your studies, you may pursue either the Graduate Work stream or the Post-Study Work stream:

  • The Graduate Work stream: Relevant to international students who graduate with skills and qualifications that relate to occupations as listed in the Skilled Occupation List. A visa granted in this stream is usually for a period of 18 months.
  • Post-Study Work stream: Offers extended options to eligible graduates of a higher education degree that intend to work in Australia. Under this stream a successful applicant is granted a visa of either two, three or four years’ duration, which correlates with the highest educational qualification they obtained.

Our team of registered migration agents can assist you as you pursue further education in Australia. Immerse yourself into Australian society, live, study, work and explore all the opportunities and adventures that Australia has to offer. From university life to sporting clubs, campus events to holidays allow Glorious Immigration to assist you as you embark on this life-changing experience. Enrich the lives of all of those that know you as you take your memories, qualifications, and skill sets back to your home or apply to continue your Australian adventure with the range of working visas available depending on your particular set of circumstances.


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Changes to the Skilled Occupation List -Visa’s 189, 489, 485 that you need to know!

Changes to the Skilled Occupation List -Visa’s 189, 489, 485 that you need to know!

Are you planning on skilled migration to Australia? The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) have released the new Skilled Occupations List (SOL) for 2016-2017 which came into effect as of July 1st, 2016.
When migrating to Australia the Skilled Occupations List is used to determine the following visa applications:

Visa: 189 – Skilled Independent Visa
Visa: 489 – Skilled Regional Provisional Visa
Visa: 485 – Graduate Temporary Visa

If you are looking to apply for an Independent or Family Sponsored Points Tested visa or a Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) Graduate Work Stream visa, then ensuring your occupation is listed amongst the Skilled Occupation List is the first step to securing a new and prosperous future in Australia. At Glorious Immigration we can guide you through the process of skilled migration to Australia with expertise.

In order to streamline the application process, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection have also expanded the occupations list to help boost innovation and productivity and create opportunities for skilled migrants in areas that may be experiencing a skills shortage. They have also removed occupational sectors in line with labour market needs. The occupations that have been added include:

• Orthotist or Prosthetist (ANZSCO 251912)

• Audiologist (ANZSCO 252711)

Occupations that have been removed from the SOL 2016-2017 are:work-visa

• Mining Engineer (Excluding Petroleum) (ANZSCO 233611)

• Petroleum Engineer (ANZSCO 233612)

• Metallurgist (ANZSCO 234912)

• Environmental Health Officer (ANZSCO 251311)

• Occupational Health and Safety Adviser (ANZSCO 251312)

• Dental Hygienist (ANZSCO 411211)

• Dental Prosthetist (ANZSCO 411212)

• Dental Technician (ANZSCO 411213)

• Dental Therapist (ANZSCO 411214)

The review of the SOL has not impacted the Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL) and the full listing of occupations on the 2016-2017 SOL can be found here at In recognising skills gaps and the benefits associated with outsourcing skilled migrants, this process can alleviate recruitment difficulties and make a very real and valid contribution to the economic growth of Australia. So from Nurses and Engineers to Accountants and IT specialists, Australia needs you, make your enquiry today!

So what does the process entail, how does the Department of Immigration and Border Protection assess the suitability of occupations for inclusion, let us tell you how – they:

  • Identify occupations that are most susceptible to supply constraints and/or most likely to warrant government assistance in addressing these constraints.
  • Assess the medium to long-term skill needs of the economy for each occupation identified in step one, to determine if the occupation would benefit from independent skilled migration.

If as a skilled migrant you have lodged an application in the skilled categories previous to July 1st, 2016, your application is not affected by these changes. All applicants will need to undertake a skills assessment as part of their visa application and this must be performed under the guidance of a registered migration agent such as the team at Glorious Immigration. We will also provide post-study counselling and consultation and information relating to the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) – Graduate Work Stream visa. At Glorious Immigration we will furnish all the necessary application forms and information necessary regarding your assessment and ultimately your application.

The composition of the SOL is subject to annual review.

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The A-Z of Australian Student Visas

Everything you Need to Know About the Australian Student Visa Program

Did you know that by the end of February this year over 20,504* Indian students are currently enrolled in third level education in the state of Victoria? Or that over 44,571* had chosen collegiate courses in NSW? According to statistics over 45,654* students from China were also enrolled in tertiary education in Victoria, highlighting not only the exceptional levels of education offered by Australian educational institutions but also the incredible diversity of culture being shared amongst the Australian community.

The traditional model of immigration is based on creating international relationships with skilled workers, business entrepreneurs, families, and students that help to build economies, shape society and support the labour market and unite families the world over. In Australia every year the government implement levels to meet the social and economic needs of Australia. If you’re a student living in India, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Africa or any other country not listed, the chance to immerse yourself in the Australian culture while furthering your education is an adventure not to pass up if you fit all the relevant criteria!

So if you’ve been planning to experience the opportunity and multiculturalism of Australia while furthering your education there are a few considerations when making your student visa application including:

  • Financial resources: can you prove you have the ability to pay for your course? Do you need financial guidance or assistance, please consult our Registered Migration Agents for any assistance. You will also need to factor in your travel costs and living costs as well as your tuition fees.
  • Proficiency in English: Do you have a good command of the English language? Is your comprehension at a level high enough that you would pass standardised tests necessary to establish your proficiency in English?
  • Health: Good health is a vital component of your student visa application process. You will need to provide Doctor certifications to support your claim of good health.

So you know about Kangaroos and who doesn’t agree that a day on Bondi Beach isn’t something to dream about, and as you take those enthusiastic steps to making an Australian student visa application it pays to be informed. Did you know that as of July 2016 there are changes to the number of student visa categories? This has been Team of engineers learning blueprint at meetingimplemented to streamline the process and get you on your way to studying in one of Australia’s vibrant cities such as Melbourne, Sydney or Perth in a more straightforward and transparent way.

So what are the changes I hear you ask, let’s take a look!

  • There will only be two student visa categories going forward, they will be the SC500 (student) and SC590 (Student Guardian) subclasses.
  • This will streamline both the application and processing requirements for student visa applicants.
  • The criteria will be common for all applicants which features financial capacity, enrolment criteria, English proficiency and ensuring that the applicant is indeed a “genuine” student.
  • The process will also communicate openly the conditions of the visa and which courses are found to be applicable to the subclass you have chosen to pursue.

If you see yourself sipping lattes as part of Melbourne’s international café lifestyle or perhaps Sydney and Bondi with thoughts of days spent on the beach (when not studying of course!) are too tempting, fill out our online assessment form today. Australia and her educational institutions and Koalas wait to welcome you as you continue your pursuit of higher-level education and oh by the way the coffee is great!


*Department of Education and Training – Australian Government
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Australia and Skilled Migration

Are you a Nurse, IT Specialist or Engineer? Australia Needs you!

If you are a Nurse, Doctor, IT specialist or Engineer, Australia needs you! With over 68% of people migrating to Australia falling into the skilled migrant visa category, your skill set and expertise are in high demand.

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Have you pictured yourself with a work-life balance that includes vibrant cosmopolitan cities and scenic coastlines that go on forever? Growing your family in a country bursting at the seams with opportunity, while making a very real contribution to society through the practice of your nursing skills, you may be able to forge a pathway to securing an incredible future for you and your family.

Perhaps you would like to work in Australia for a year, or maybe the thought of permanent residency is more appealing. From long term options, to study and upskilling, there may be a particular visa suited to your individual circumstances. Knowing that visa applications from nurses and skilled workers receive high priority status, let’s take a look at the various options available to you through Glorious Immigration.

  • In order to make a visa application of any subclass, you need to be in good health and have achieved a certain level of education and experience in order to practice.
  • The ANMC (or the nurse regulatory body in the State or Territory) in which you choose to work will assess and determine whether your skills and education qualifies you to work as a nurse in Australia.
  • Did you know if you are aged less than 45 years and have three years training followed by three years of relevant work experience this may make you eligible for a permanent resident’s visa? This scheme is designed to support Australian employers in filling skills shortages via skilled migration.

Skill Matching Visa

A visa created for nurses who possess skills that are in demand and are looking to be nominated by a State or Territory government or an employer. In order to satisfy the requirements for this permanent visa, you must meet certain criteria for skill set, age, and English language proficiency.

Business (Long Stay) Visa

A business visa may enable you to work as a registered nurse on behalf of an approved business sponsor. This visa will allow you to stay in Australia for up to four years with full working rights for both you and your family.

Sponsored Relative Skilled (Australian Sponsored) Visa

As a nurse, you may nominate a close family relative within certain regions of Australia to be your sponsor who can also provide you with financial support. This may make you eligible for a permanent residency visa also.

Independent Skilled Visa

A permanent visa for those who wish to work in Australia as a nurse without a sponsor. In order to fulfil the criteria, you will be required to pass a points test that includes skills, age, English proficiency, work experience and area of expertise. Additional points are awarded if you hold an Australian qualification or previous work experience.

If you would prefer to pursue a temporary visa option, you may make an application for:

  • Business short stay visa (this may lead to a business long stay visa)
  • Student visa (to study a nursing course to further your skills)


The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) has more information including links to State and Territory nurse regulatory bodies.
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