Information About Study in Australia.

Australia is the top destination for studies, especially for Pakistani students. Australia is one of those countries which offers a wide range of degrees to Pakistani Students. Students can go for Engineering, IT, Medical, Arts, Law and many other degrees. Pakistani students must have passed their Higher secondary school certificate if they want to apply in Australia with a minimum of 45% marks. IELTS, PTE or other English Languages test which are acceptable by Australian universities must be cleared for getting the visa.

Students from all around the globe including Pakistani students can work 40 hours per fortnight in Australia. A fortnight means 14 days. It’s up to the student that how he manages his working hours in 14 days For example a student can work 20 hours in the first week and 20 hours in the second. Similarly, a student can work 25 hours in one week and 15 hours in the second.

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There are different sorts of part-time jobs available in Australia for international students. For Example, Uber, Uber eats, working at a restaurant or a brand like McDonald and KFC, as a security officer, and many other jobs. Pakistani students in Australia are earning up to 35$ per hour and this makes it easier for them to pay their tuition fees and living expenses in Australia. Australia is a big attraction for Pakistani students because of Post Study Work available in Australia. After getting a degree from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, Pakistani students will get Post-study Work of 2 years and after completing a degree from a university located in Cities and Major Regional Centres’ of Perth, Adelaide, the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast, Canberra, Newcastle/Lake Macquarie, Wollongong/Illawarra, Geelong and Hobart, Pakistani students will get Post-study Work Permit of 3 years and other areas are offering post-study work permit of 4 years.

Permanent Residency chances are very high for Pakistani students if they opt for universities. Based on your degree and university you will be to find to good white-collar job during your post-study work which will obviously lead you towards permanent residency in Australia and later on for an Australian Passport. PR relies on the path that you have taken in Australia and my path means from which university you have graduated. Selecting good universities is very important because you have to work full time during your post-study work in Australia to be eligible for PR. A university with a great reputation will increase your chances of getting a good job which will ultimately lead you towards PR.

As a student one should maintain a balance between doing part-time jobs and studying. You are on a student visa there and study should be your first preference. A combination of both will lead to towards your final destination with bright chances.