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Visa Applicant can now be barred for 10 years for providing false or Misleading Information in the Visa Application

Posted Date: 22 Nov, 2017

The government introduced the changes to migration regulations by promulgating the Migration Legislation Amendment (2017 Measures No. 4) Regulations 2017 which has come into effect on 18th November....

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An Update from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection on 457, PR and TSS Visas

Posted Date: 29 Oct, 2017

 Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) provided registered migration agents with an update on employer-sponsored visas  Migration Alliance Members might find the followin...

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How many International Students came to Australia in 2017 so far?

Posted Date: 05 Sep, 2017

Australia is considered as one of the top destinations for international students and had over half a million enrollments in first of half of 2017. From January to June 2017, a grand total of ...

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Occupation Ceilings for 2017/18 Released!

Posted Date: 03 Aug, 2017

Accounting and ICT Students Very Happy Today!  Occupation Ceilings for Programme Year 2017/18 Programme year 2017/18 occupation ceilings for the MLTSSL have been finally been released! Belo...

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My visa application is refused, so now what? Guide to appeal

Posted Date: 14 Jun, 2017

Historically speaking, changes to Australian immigration requirements often results in increased number of refusals of applications.  There are reasons for increased refusals.  These reasons...

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New rule slows road users to 40km/h when passing emergency vehicles

Posted Date: 20 Jun, 2017

The Victorian State Government has announced that from 1 July 2017, road users will need to slow down to 40km/h when driving past stationary or slow-moving emergency or enforcement vehicles with flash...

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Swinburne University has the highest dropout rate in the state

Posted Date: 01 Apr, 2017

Swinburne University has the highest dropout rate in the state, with almost 30 per cent of its first-year students abandoning their courses. New Education Department data shines a light on the more...

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Could building campuses offshore be the future for Australia’s universities?

Posted Date: 20 Mar, 2017

At Wollongong University’s booming Dubai campus, thousands of students from scores of countries are studying – in English – for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business, fi...

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Australian universities’ investment in research has driven improvement in their global rankings

Posted Date: 24 Mar, 2017

Australian universities’ investment in research has driven improvement in their global rankings, according to a global higher education think tank that produces one of the most influential world...

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Traditional research universities are under threat from newer institutions in areas such as technology

Posted Date: 15 Mar, 2017

Traditional research universities are under threat from newer institutions in areas such as technology, according to the QS rankings, and developing countries are biting at the heels of the developed....

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