Say Hurray! To Australia
Study in Australia With dreams in their hearts and a song in their souls, suddenly students from all walks of life have discovered that Australia is a destination of opportunities – for studying, footprinting, backpacking, emigrating, working etc.
Located in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, it is also the world’s largest island. Indian students have discovered that the ‘outback’ is suddenly attractive as a place of study. “English” is the medium of language, and so students find it easy to integrate themselves into the local environment.
Top 5 tips to prepare yourself as you get ready to take the ‘outback’ ride.
1. Start with The international English language Testing System (IELTS), the world’s best English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration. Approximately 6 million students have taken the tests in 2016-2017 as per IELTS co-owner British Council. With IELTS, you will be able to assess all of your English skills like reading, writing, listening and speaking – efficiently. Best IELTS training center, The tests are designed in a way to train you how to use English as your natural medium while studying, talking, listening and learning.
Take IELTS ACADEMIC or GENERAL – depending on the University you are applying to, and make the most out of your opportunity to learn.
2. If you plan to apply to as many Universities as possible, you must consider PTE Academic, the world’s leading computer-based English test for studying abroad and immigration. PTE Academic has an advantage as the results are available within five business days. More importantly, the test uses real-life material and tasks, such as writing memos and messages, understanding discussions and newspaper articles, or participating in roundtable or classroom discussions.
PTE Academic is considered a fair and secure test. The highly accurate computer marking ensures consistent scores and rules out potential bias for the examiner. This gives Universities confidence in your scores.
PTE Academic is unlimited. Scores can be sent to as many institutions as you choose at no additional fees for extra score reports.
3. The OET is an English test that you need to take to work or study in the healthcare sector in the UK, Australia, New Zealand or Singapore. By taking the OET you will have proof that you have the right level of English, plus you’ll be learning the kind of language needed at work.
OET is recognized as the test for English proficiency for studying and working in the healthcare sector.
4. Visa processes are very simple and easy. Once the admission papers and payment have done, the Visa comes after 7 days to 1 1/2 months.
5. As with any experience in many shifts, you may notice quite a few differences between Australia and your life in India. You may have been prepared for some, but there will always be others that will take you by surprise.
– Australians have a friendly and casual attitude. You may be surprised to find that it’s common to address tutors by their first names. Australians treat everyone respectfully, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, background or occupation.
– Australians use a lot of ‘Slang’ language and initially, you may find it difficult to comprehend. Feel free to ask them what you don’t understand.