It is heartening to see, the Australian government has opened its doors and welcoming International students again, after nearly two years of isolation. Those students who got a visa and started studies online can travel Australia immediately, provided they have received both doses of an approved vaccination. https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines/approved-vaccines . We at International Scholar would be very happy to provide up to date information to those interested students.
Some students have been waiting for a long time for the opportunity to pursue their studies abroad, in Australia, now the wait is over. Australia is arguably the most popular overseas study destination among Sri Lankan students. It is home to five of the world’s top 50 student cities in the world. Melbourne and Sydney are ranked among the top 10 student cities in the world. Australian qualifications are internationally well recognized, and have a reputation of catering to the needs of the market place. Also, graduates from Australian higher education institutes are well trained and skilled to be worked ready. Most Australian universities are ranked within the top 500 universities in the world, close to half of the Australian universities are ranked within the top 100 in the world.
For selected students, Australian universities offer generous scholarships
There are nearly half a million International Student from 192 countries studying in Australia. For those students who successfully complete their studies, Australia offers generous post-study opportunities. In addition to post study opportunities, there are good opportunities for interested students to apply permanent residency and migration.
Records of first Sri Lankan, migration to Australia dates back to 1815. Since then many Sri Lankans from all walks of life have made Australia their home. Most Sri Lankans who made Australia their home live happily in Australia, contributing positively to Australian community and the economy. There are many, well known Sri Lankan born Australians, the best known among them is Dav Whatmore, who played test cricket for Australia, and then went on to coach the Sri Lanka cricket team that beat Australia at the 1996, One World Cup final. Also, there are many other Sri Lankan born Australians, who have made a name for themselves at national or International level and former governor of the state of Victoria, David De Krester is another to be noted. There is ample evidence to show a committed person has the opportunity rise up to highest echelons in Australian society
The experienced and very friendly counsellors at International scholar would be very happy to provide up to date information on studying in Australia and the scholarships available
Please contact your trusted overseas education consultant, on 011 2553466 or 076 5315540