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To enhance the employability skills of Indian Students, Australia introduced new courses

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Posted on 19 Sep 2022
10:20 AM

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The Australian Trade and Investment Commissioner for South Asia, Australia has introduced the Study Australia Industry Experience Programme for Indian students with the goal of increasing employability skills
Representatives from Australian universities provided in-depth information about scholarships, student life, and security in their nation

More than 2.60 lakh students have already entered Australia to pursue higher education since it reopened its borders in response to the effects of COVID-19's enforced lockdown, as per the Government officials.

According to Abdul Ekram, the Australian Trade and Investment Commissioner for South Asia, Australia has introduced the Study Australia Industry Experience Programme for Indian students with the goal of increasing employability skills.

Recently, the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) held a one-day road show in this city called "Study Australia" to inform prospective international students about studying in Australia, interact with university representatives, and provide information on visas and scholarships that are available.

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“We work closely with Indian students to ensure that they are making the best decisions when it comes to studying in Australia. The Study Australia roadshow provided updated, reliable and relevant information to students, parents and heads of institutions,” said Ekram during a press release.

A growing number of Indian students, according to Ekram, have chosen to study in Australia throughout the years because of the country's high standard of living, world-class education system, and employment possibilities after graduation. During the event, representatives from Australian universities provided in-depth information about scholarships, student life, and security in their nation.

Last updated on 19 Sep 2022
10:20 AM
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