2.6 lakh foreign students entered Australia by July 2022

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Representatives from Australian institutions gave detailed information about scholarships, student life, and security in their country at the event.

Abdul Ekram, the Australian Trade and Investment Commissioner for South Asia, Australia introduced the Study Australia Industry Experience programme. It was introduced with the goal of increasing employability skills among Indian students. According to his report, more than 2.60 lakh international students have entered the Australian border by July. Internal students have come to Australia to pursue higher studies after the country opens its borders after the pandemic. 

A one-day road show called “Study Australia” was organised by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade). The event was organised to inform prospective international students about studying in Australia. The event was basically held to interact with university representatives and provide information on visas and scholarships. The representatives from Australian universities provided in-depth information about scholarships, student life, and security in the nation.

“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 institutes,” Mr Ekram said in the press release. Australian universities provide world-class education, vital career pathways along with an unmatched lifestyle for students, he added.

“Since the border re-opening in mid-December 2021 until July 22, 2022, over 2.60 lakh student visa holders arrived in Australia,” Ekram informed said.

He also claims that more and more Indian students chose to study in Australia. The reason behind the popularity is the high standard of life, prospects for employment after graduation, and world-class education.

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