SFA Australia

Why People choose AUSTRALIA ?

10 reasons to study in Australia

Did you know Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind only the United Kingdom and the United States despite having a population of only 23 million? This isn’t surprising when you consider Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world! In fact, with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, ranking eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.

Given this impressive education pedigree, it’s not surprising there are now more than 2.5 million former international students who have gone on to make a difference after studying in Australia. Some of these students are among the world’s finest minds. In fact, Australia has produced 15 Nobel prize laureates and every day over 1 billion people around the world rely on Australian discoveries and innovations – including penicillin, IVF, ultrasound, Wi-Fi, the Bionic Ear, cervical cancer vaccine and Black Box Flight Recorders – to make their lives, and the lives of others, better.

More Details :http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/why-australia

SFA Australia Branch Details
P O BOX 6080
ROUSE HILL
NSW 2155
AUSTRALIA

Tel. +61 468 301 307
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Office Opening Hours : 10.30 am - 7.30 pm

Work while you study

Working while you study in Australia can help complement your study and living experience. There are a number of reasons you might want to undertake part time work while studying in Australia, including assisting with living expenses and gaining work experience in your study area.

Most student visas allow you to work for up to 40 hours every two weeks while your course is in session, and unrestricted hours during any scheduled course break, but before you undertake any paid work you need to make sure your visa allows you to work. Find out more at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection(opens in a new window)website.
  • Paid work( Retail - Hospitality - Tourism -Agricultural - Sales and telemarketing.Administration or Clerical roles.Tutoring. )
  • Internships
  • Volunteering
  • Finding Work
  • Your rights( A minimum wage. / Challenge of unfair dismissal from the job/ Breaks and rest periods. / A healthy and safe work environment. )
More Details :http://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/live-in-australia/working

Employment

Your Australian qualification will make you an attractive employee, not just to employers at home, but those in Australia and around the world as well.

If you are considering staying in Australia and working after your current visa expires, you’ll need to get a new visa that lets you do this. There are a number of options, so work out what best fits your situation.

If you completed a Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree, you may be eligible for the Post-Study Work stream of of the Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa. Alternatively, a new employer may be able to sponsor you for a new visa– talk to their Human Resources or Recruitment staff.

If you want to stay in Australia independently of employer sponsorship for a longer term or professional career, you can submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through SkillSelect. You can find out more about your visa options at the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website

Wherever your post-graduation path leads, think about joining an alumni group from your institution. It will help you stay in touch with your classmates, and can provide you with great benefits and opportunities.

Important Sources
Our Services
    • Student Visa
    • Temporary Visas & Bridging Visas
    • Family Migration
    • General Skilled Migration
    • Australian Corporate Immigration Planning
    • Business Skills Migration
    • Consular Immigration Assistance
    • Document Authentications Support
    • Permanent Residence Through Australian Eployment
    • Resident Return Visas And Citizenship
    • Austraian Work Visa
    • Immigration Advice

SFA Australia Branch


JayanthaWijethilake

Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Former Lecturer ( Monash / Deakin / MIBT )
Principal Solicitor-- (MARN1281283)


Ajith Lakshman

Country Manager – SFA Australia
Senior Consultant for Student Recruitment and New Migrant Settlement
Attorney-at-Law (Sri Lanka)
International Business, Marketing & Contracts Consultant
Expert Consultant of Strategic Planning and Governance
Expert Consultant for New Migrant Settlements



NalikaPadmasena

2015-Award Winner“Stephan Kirkaysharian AO Medal” by Governement of NSW
Honorary Senior Consultant – SFA Australia
Solicitor in NSW Australia
Chairperson of the Boronia Multicultural Services Inc Australia
( Settlement services to newly arrived migrants and refugees )
Young Lawyers Mentor for NSW Law Society and NSW University Law Society
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I was desperate to start my higher studies in United Kingdom. My first application was made in 2004 and the 2nd was made in 2005. My refusals in both occasions caused by my un matching structure of education and career as clearly stated by UK Visa Officers. Therefore I had to give up my idea of studying in UK.
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