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Visa-Study in Russia from Feb 2017

Visa allows you to study in INTENSIVE Russian language course for entry into Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor or Master Engineering, Telecommunications and other courses. Visa Fees all-inclusive except air fare USD 2430                                                 […]

Finland introduces university tuition fees for non-EU

The Finnish Parliament has passed new regulations to introduce tuition fees for non-European Union students The new fee policy came into force on 1 January 2016, but under the regulations, non-EU fees are not mandatory until 1 August 2017. Institutions will have discretion in setting tuition levels, but the government has established a minimum fee […]

Australia SkillSelect 2015-2016

During 2015-16, the following number of invitations have been issued by the Department: Visa subclass July Aug Sep Oct Nov Total Skilled Independent (subclass 189) 2300 2300 2300 2000 1150 10050 Skilled Regional Provisional (subclass 489) 80 80 80 40 20 300 Total 2380 2380 2380 2040 1170 10350 The above figures do not include […]

Tasmania facing worst skills shortage in years

Tasmania is witnessing what is called as the worst skills shortage in years. The worst affected is the hospitality industry. With a turnover rate of 25% each year (Tasmanian Hospitality Association), the Tasmanian State Migration Plan suggests there is a great shortage of restaurant managers, bakers, pastry cooks, butchers, chefs and other cooks. In wake […]

Quebec’s Skilled Worker Program- online applications will start soon!

The “Regular Skilled Worker Program” for Quebec generated a ton of interest; 3,500 candidates submitted applications in less than one week, between November 4 and November 10, 2015! This huge response shows how excited people are about Quebec’s Skilled Worker Program. Quebec gets cold in the winter… but Quebec’s Skilled Worker Program is hot, hot, hot. Another round of applications […]