International Students spend between $10,000 to $50,000 for tuition. On top of that spend on living cost and incur an opportunity cost. What is the point if what you learnt is worthless by 2020? We are already witnessing the changes in the job market with 34% of graduates in Australia unable to find full-time work. We are already feeling the impact by being the highest qualified but least paid generation. This pattern will worsen in five years time. Article explains what 2020 skills are, how to select the best course to study at University and how to ensure you survive the Australian job market in the coming decades!
Final assessments and exams are creeping in very soon, time to pull all-nighters? What gets me through this period is ensuring that I have plenty of snacks to keep me hunger-free and energised to make it through the night. It is easy to have chips, biscuits and all the other ready to eat snacks at your disposal because we all have that bad habit of prioritising work over healthy eating. This article is for all those seeking combo of affordable and healthy snacks to power through study sessions.
Read this if you want to build your resume to impress! I think most stressful days were when I started hunting for jobs as an International Student. All I received was rejection after rejection. Discouraged and demotivated, I asked myself how could this happen when the employer didn’t even interview me? Root cause was my resume. Once I revamped my resume, I received responses and successfully locked in interviews. I am going to show you how to write a resume by sharing tips relevant to the Australian job market, a free resume template and keywords you could utilise.
If you are new to Sydney, you will soon realise the difficulty in navigating through the city of similar street corners, never-ending streets and by-roads every 10 steps. I referred to it as a maze because when I moved here, I more often get lost or walk for 20 minutes to realise I am back where I started. Good times! Since I did not have wheels at the time, I relied on public transport, it was dependable, cheaper than hailing a taxi and less strenuous than walking. In this post, I will address how to efficiently and effectively get around Sydney using public transport.
Are you planning to study in Australia as an International Student? Whilst it is the beginning of a rewarding journey, the flip side of the matter is that Australia is ranked world number 32 in the Cost of Living Index. As a result, most International Students work part-time to make ends meet. The silver lining is that there are plenty of jobs in Australia for those who make an effort. Some students actually end up finding great opportunities as a result of part-time work.
If you are interested to know how to earn extra money in Australia, keep reading. There maybe ways that you didn’t know existed!