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As part of the Australian Migration overhaul announced end of last year, following occupations are mentioned explicitly to be in high demand: 

  • Nurses

  • PCA, disability and aged care workers

  • Psychologists

  • Engineers

  • Teachers

  • Accountants

  • Cyber Security specialists

  • Workforce related to Net zero (Environmental Consultant, Biotechnologist etc.)

Regional Migration was also highlighted, grants and allocations for visa applicants for regional areas could have comparatively smoother transition compared to that of the ones to metro Cities like Melbourne and Sydney.

Migration Planning Level 2024-25

📢Migration Planning Level 2024-25; Department now accepting public submission
📢Go8 proposes amendment to TR 485 Age limit


Upcoming Invitation round in NSW

Victoria invitation round update

3 key sectors to be possibly in very high demand in the near future

✅72 % of places in the 2023‑24 permanent Migration Program to skilled migrants.

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Study in Regional Australia

Benefits of studying in Regional Australia

There is a misconception among many migrants that places which are considered as regional have lesser opportunities. The capital of Australia, ACT is considered as regional area along with major metro cities like, Perth, Adelaide, etc.

If you are seeking to migrate, considering to move to regional could be a good option, as Skilled Migration is less competitive through regional streams and you have additional benefits. Also, there are benefits for students studying in regional Australia.

Additional 5 points for Skilled Migration for living and studying in regional area for 2 years

✅Comparatively less required points to receive PR invitation

Additional points from the State (Up to 15 points)

Possible option to apply for Residency through DAMA (Designated Area Migration Agreements) program. (Higher Age limit; good option for applicants who are over 35)

✅Up to 4 Years of Temporary Graduate Visa (TR 485)

✅Up to 30% Scholarship

Study options in Regional Area:

✅Diploma of Nursing

✅Accredited Diploma of Community Service


Automotive Technology and other Trade courses

In-demand Bachelor and Master courses in regional areas.

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Difference between Enrolled Nurse and Registered Nurse: Study and Migration pathway

Nursing is one of the most in-demand occupations in Australia. If you are opting for a Nursing career, it is pivotal that you understand the difference between Enrolled Nurse and Registered Nurse.


An enrolled nurse is a professional who has completed, at minimum, their diploma qualification. Upon finishing a  'Diploma of Nursing' course, you will be eligible to practice as an ''Enrolled Nurse". An enrolled nurse, generally works as part of a team and generally administrates and monitors medicines and intravenous therapy.

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Whereas a registered nurse personally creates and oversee the management plans of a patient. A Diploma in Nursing qualifies you to be an Enrolled Nurse, whereas to become a Registered Nurse you need Bachelor or higher level qualification in Nursing.

✅You can become an Enrolled Nurse after completing ''Diploma of Nursing"
✅Transfer your overseas Nursing accreditation with a 1-Year course
✅Master of Nursing without Nursing background


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Migration Event Event at Swinburne University (Victoria), Monash University (Victoria) and Australian National University (Canberra)

Free Migration Events for you!


Currently, we have 3 migration events that will be running early this March. Registered Migration Agent - Michael Moeidjiantho (MARN1572961) will be presenting to you about different topics on each event, check the details below:

Swinburne University (Tues, 5 March 2024)

💡Graduate Visa (TR 485), Skilled Migration, Visa Options

📅Tuesday, 5 March 2024

🕒6 PM

📍TD Building (Room: TD121) - Swinburne University


Monash Clayton Campus (Thurs, 7 March 2024)

💡Graduate Visa (TR485), Migration Review for 2024, PR Pathway

📅Thursday, 7 March 2024

🕒6 PM

📍Building Engineering 72, 14 Alliance Lane, Room E7 - Monash Clayton Campus

Canberra - Zoom Meeting (Fri, 8 March 2024)

💡Graduate Visa (TR485) & Canberra State Nomination Program

📅Friday, 8 March 2024

🕒6 PM (Canberra time)
🎦Zoom Meeting


There will be a Q&A session with Registered Migration Agent at the end of the session.

This event is open to all international students and all visa holders, if your friend wants to join the event, please advise them to register via the link below, or you can forward this email.

🔗Registration Link:

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$10,000 scholarship each year at Macquarie University (Sydney)

Student Visa update!

Up to $10,000 scholarship each year for students from ASEAN countries for in-demand Master courses Macquarie University.


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✅1 Year Diploma courses starting from $5,600.
✅Up to 10,000 Scholarship for In-demand Bachelor/Master courses.
✅2 Years of Graduate Visa (With Full time working right) with Diploma courses.
✅PR pathway with Aged care courses (Starting from $7,500 per year).
✅2 Years Master of Research course with full-time working right during study period (AU$19,800/year)

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  • RACC Education & Migration Services

  • 15 years of experience

  • We can help you with applying for all Visa and Courses

  • No service charge for onshore student visa application*

  • 4.9 out of 5 customer satisfaction (Google Rating)

  • Our Team speak multiple languages

  • Registered Migration Agents (MARN1172003, MARN1572961)

English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Indonesia, Malay, Bangla, Tagalog, Vietnamese, etc.​

To know more about your Permanent Residency Pathway/Visa or options, connect with Registered Migration Agents (MARN1572961) and Education Agents.

Book Online Consultation with us to know about the Application process, intake dates, and other study options:

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