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Aug 11, 2008

Seminar On Education Opportunities In Australia And New Zealand

Candidates at the seminar on education opportunities in Australia and New Zealand, organised by Dilinger Consultants in Coimbatore on Sunday. Australia and New Zealand are countries that have an open migration policy. The countries are also in need of young, qualified professionals from other countries to take up citizenship. A one-day seminar organised by Dilinger Consultants here on Sunday discussed the prospects of studying in Australia and New Zealand.

Students who were doing their graduation and their parents attended it. “Indians are the fastest growing immigrant population in Australia and there is tremendous scope for education and employment in the country,” said Robert Dilinger, Director of the Consultancy. Students who studied there could work and get their permanent residency in the country easily, he added. Getting a visa to Australia and New Zealand too was not difficult task, Mr. Dilinger pointed out.Australia and New Zealand were cheaper options to study when compared to the U.K. and the U.S. The cost of living too was not much. Students could work part-time and earn while they learnt. They could work part-time for about 20 hours a week during working days and full time during holidays. A student would require close to $ 200 a week for their expenses, which could be easily earned through part-time jobs.

Australia had about 62,000 Indian students. Though Melbourne was the most preferred destination for Indian students, there were a lot of them studying in Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide. A majority of students from the Coimbatore belt preferred to do their Masters in engineering studies, IT in particular. Masters in Biotechnology, Professional Accountancy and even Hotel Management were the other courses in demand. Some of the Australian and New Zealand universities even accepted the Indian three-year graduation.

The consultancy not only helped the students in identifying the right kind of courses but, assisted them in procuring bank loans, securing admissions in universities and finding accommodation.“It does not end there. We also give them guidance on taking part-time jobs, choosing the right career after completing their education and applying for permanent residency,” Mr. Dilinger said. The next intake for most universities was in November 2008. The others were in February 2009 and then in July 2009. Students who have completed their graduation in first class and with good English communication were eligible to apply for Masters programmes in these countries, Mr. Dilinger said. The consultancy could be contacted at (0) 9282230030 or log on to http://www.dilinger.org/

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