Options after English Test
After completing an English course in Australia, there are indeed several plausible options to consider if you wish to stay and work in the country. Here are a few possibilities:
Option 1: Covid Visa
Your current visa needs to be expiring within the next 90 days
You must be currently working. (It can be ANY work)
Example: An applicant holding a student visa which is expiring on 15 August 2023 and she is currently working as kitchen hand at a restaurant for 20 hours per week is eligible to apply for Covid visa.
Benefits of Covid Visa
No Visa application fee
Stay in Australia for up to 12 months (with Full-time working right)
You can also study while holding Covid Visa
Our service fee to apply for Covid visa is $490+GST. Book a Free Phone Consultation to discuss more about Covid Visa: https://www.racc.net.au/booking-calendar/tr485-476-tourist-600-covid-408-2
Option 2: Student Visa
You can choose to apply either for a Bachelor Course/Master Course or, an in-demand Diploma course which can possibly give you a positive skills assessment.
In-demand Bachelor/Master courses start from $12,000 per year with an initial deposit of $6,000.
Here are a few of the most in-demand Bachelor/Master course study options:
Bachelor/Master of Teaching
Bachelor/Master of Information Technology
Bachelor/Master of Engineering
Bachelor/Master of Social Work
Bachelor/Master of Business Administration
Bachelor/Master of Nursing etc.
In-demand Diploma courses start from $ per year with an initial deposit of $...
Here are a few of the most in-demand Diploma/Packaged course study options:
Diploma of Nursing
Diploma of Community Services
Diploma of Automotive Technology
Advanced Diploma of Information Technology
At RACC Australia - We do not charge any service fee for Student Visa Application.
Book a FREE Phone Consultation with us to know about the Application process, intake dates, and other study options:
Victorian Government's plan for the Early Childhood Sector
The Australian Government will provide $1.7 billion over 3 years from 2022-23 (and $671.2 million per annum ongoing from 2025-26) to assist families with more than one child under six in childcare and reduce out-of-pocket costs.
A new $2 billion, 4-year national reform commitment will be established to strengthen the delivery of preschool and better prepare children to start school.
Government’s plan locks in ongoing Australian Government funding beyond 2025, with reforms to be agreed with all states and territories to lift preschool attendance and outcomes.
The Victorian Government is investing almost $5 billion over the decade to deliver Three-Year-Old Kindergarten. This investment will create an additional 6,000 teaching jobs across Victoria.