International students in Australia: Work rights extended

Work rights in Australia extended for international students, Verbalists Education

The post-pandemic recovery of the international education sector has been boosted by generous policies concerning in-study and post-study work rights for international students. These policies are evolving, and today we’ll look at the latest rules around work rights in Australia, which are set to take effect on 1 July 2023.

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Post-study work visas and the best countries to work in after studying

Post-study work visas and the best countries to work in after studying

One of the appeals of studying abroad is the opportunity to experience a new work culture via post-study work visas. According to the 2019 International Student Survey report from QS, when choosing a country to study in, 35% of respondents want to be able to get a work visa after graduation. In some circumstances, like in case of Canada, the right post-study work visa can be the first step towards becoming a permanent resident of the country that hosted you during your education.

If you’d like to stay abroad after your studies, these English-speaking countries offer the best work visa schemes for international students based on length of stay.


International students are switching destinations in their search for in-person learning; Canada is the first choice

university and higher education destinations and students preferences durig covid 19

A new study tracking international students’ attitudes and behaviors through the pandemic finds that students are increasingly willing to begin studies online if they can eventually switch to face-to-face learning.

Demand for in-person learning is high, and more than half of international students said they would consider switching destinations for the chance to begin face-to-face learning as soon as possible. READ MORE

International student numbers in Australia could fall by half by mid-2021 if borders remain closed

International student enrolment in Australia could fall by half by mid-2021

Australia’s foreign enrolment is projected to drop to 50% of current numbers in 2021 if borders remain closed to international arrivals, according to a new report from the Mitchell Institute, an education think tank at Victoria University.

In 2019, more than 758,000 visa-holding international students were studying in Australia. This year, there are about 210,000 fewer students due to COVID-19-related restrictions. READ MORE