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Migration and Study pathway for the most in-demand Occupations in Australia

The Government will increase the amount of savings international students will need in order to get a student visa. This requirement has not been indexed since 2019 and needs to increase to reflect higher living expenses. From October 1 2023, international students will need to show evidence of $24,505 in savings, which is a 17% increase on current levels. This increase accounts for indexation since 2019.

The National Skills Commission’s Skills Priority List (SPL) has been released and is now available as a digital interface that allows people to filter and search for jobs that are in high demand.

The Government will also consider using its powers under Section 97 of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act (ESOS Act) to issue suspension certificates to high-risk education providers. A suspension certificate means providers would not be able to recruit international students. This could possibly mean lower level schools will be concerned taking up no so strong applications. Let our expert Education team help you with your student visa application. 

At RACC, we do not charge any service fee for Student Visa application if you apply for a course through us. 

book a FREE phone/WhatsApp (Call)/face-to-face consultation with us via this link:

https://www.racc.net.au/booking-calendar/apply-course-student-visa-free-help

The NSC’s (National Skills Commission) 5-year employment projections show 4 service industries accounting for almost two-thirds of employment growth to November 2025. That said, future employment growth is not confined to these areas. Jobs growth is projected across a range of industries.

The National Skills Commission’s Skills Priority List (SPL) has been released and is now available as a digital interface that allows people to filter and search for jobs that are in high demand.

Job Skills Commission

Employees that are in high demand are primarily health care professionals and teachers, however a list of the top 20 occupations (based on both current shortage and projected future employment growth) also shows that there are shortages in information technology and construction sectors.

Employees that are in high demand are primarily health care professionals and teachers, however a list of the top 20 occupations (based on both current shortage and projected future employment growth) also shows that there are shortages in information technology and construction sectors.

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Multiple occupations ae in shortage within these industries and beyond. An accredited course may qualify you to fulfil this skill shortage. Here is our pick of the Top 30 Occupations in Australia:

(There are multiple other occupations which are in-demand and short courses starting from $4,800 per year). To discuss more about possible study options, book a FREE phone/WhatsApp (Call)/face-to-face consultation with us via this link:

https://www.racc.net.au/booking-calendar/apply-course-student-visa-free-help

The fees below are indicative only and fluctuates depending on new promotions and course offerings.
RACC Australia (MARN1572961) is not only has Registered Migration Agents but also is a Education Agent
At RACC, we do not charge any service fee for Student Visa application if you apply for a course through us.

Here is our pick of the Top 30 Occupations in Australia:

These fees are only an indication and are subject to change depending on a lot of factors. Book a Free consultation session both from onshore and overseas to talk to our expert education team. At RACC, we do not charge any service fee for student visa applications if you apply for a course through us.*

There are also other popular Master courses starting from only $13500 per year and short 1 year diploma courses starting from only $5,500 per year. You may also consider a 1 Year Graduate Diploma course (which is equivalent to the 1st year of Master).
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One thing you must take note is that to apply for Skilled Migration in Australia, you must have a valid Skills Assessment in your nominated occupation.

 

What is a positive Skills Assessment?
Your Skills (sometimes includes Degree + Work experience) must be accredited by an Australian Skills Assessing body and you must have a positive outcome before applying for Skilled Migration in Australia.

Following are example of few of the most popular Skills Assessment bodies in Australia:

  • AACA – Architects Accreditation Council of Australia, Inc

  • AASW – Australian Association of Social Workers

  • CPA - Chartered Public Accountants

  • TRA – Trades Recognition Australia

  • VETASSESS – Vocational Education and Training Assessment Services

For example, IT Graduates need a 1 Year Full time work experience or, a Professional Year Degree along with their Australian Bachelor/Master degree whereas eligible Australian Engineering Graduates do not require post study work experience in order to attain a skills assessment.

You may also attain a positive Migration Skills Assessment upon completing eligible Diploma courses and JRP process.
Read more:  https://www.racc.net.au/pr-pathway-with-diploma-courses-migration-skills-assessment

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