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Australia is one of the leading career picked and academic destinations for students worldwide. It offers great work opportunities after completing studies successfully.
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Candidates can apply for a work permit of 2 years in Australia if studying a 2-year master’s program. The minimum duration of your study period must be at least 24 months (104 weeks).
Students must have at least two years of academic study in Australia in order to be eligible for a post study work visa. You may get a single degree or multiple degrees but the total duration of your study must be at least two academic years.
For eg. if you study the 1.5 years Master of Information Technology Management from the University of Sydney, then you still have to study for another 6 months in Australia to be eligible to get the 2 years work permit in Australia. Or if you finished a 1 year MBA in Australia from Melbourne Business School, then to be eligible to apply for a Post Study Work Visa in Australia, you need to finish one more degree which of at least 1 year duration.
Under student visa regulations for working in Australia, Indian students can work for up to 40 hours per fortnight in part-time or casual employment during term – time. The international student centre can advise you on visa conditions regarding work in Australia. A part-time job must not interfere with your study course, as study is your number one priority. It is not designed to subsidise your course or living costs. Students should also check the immigrationwebsite for information on the work rights of your dependants, ie spouse and children. Awards set down through the Fair Work Commission regulate working conditions in Australia.
Working while studying in Australia offers you a wealth of experiences and opportunities for cultural exchange. Students may also benefit from a volunteer position (no wages) – sign up to VolunteerConnect (www.vconnect.org.au) to receive information about volunteering positions inyour areas of interest. Your resume (also known as a Curriculum Vitae or CV) will also be richer from the experiences. Looking for a casual or part-time job is usually quite time consuming but you can start on campus.
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