The Australian Education Centre (AEC) is Education arm of Multinational Holdings group of companies Australia established over 30 years ago, having a current annual group turnover of over $10 Million.
Formed as a sister company to the Australian Migration Services, AMS, AEC endeavours to prepare and serve you for the gruelling challenges of modern education. Armed with a trained staff that professionally counsel and motivate you.
AEC has now expanded it’s services to other countries through International Student Services (ISS). ISS recruit students to reputed universities in countries including UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, and India. And offers a comprehensive consultancy service with tailor made advice and career counseling to suit the requirements and budget of the student. ISS is appointed as the representative for leading universities and colleges which offer an excellent combination of study areas.
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NINE IN TEN UNI GRADUATES ARE IN FULLTIME JOBS AFTER STUDYAlmost nine in ten graduates from Australian universities are in fulltime work three years after graduating, the latest Government figures show. The new data is reported in the 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey — Longitudinal, Australia’s largest annual survey of higher education graduates in the workforce.
There is one major difference between people who move abroad and those who don’t, according to a recent study• Living in another country allows people to experience new cultures and beliefs — consequently, they tend to reflect on their own values and cultural background.
Which states are targeting overseas students in Australia?1. Western Australia: In the recent past, the WA Govt. had removed a migration point advantage for the overseas students willing to settle in the state. This move was taken to deter
WESTERN AUSTRALIA TO ATTRACT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FOR SKILLED MIGRATION• McGowan Government moves to attract more international students to Western Australia • High achieving graduates attending WA’s universities will be targeted • Attracting international students boosts the economy and helps creates jobs for Western Australians
Who is the new Federal Minister for EducationDan Tehan is preparing to be sworn in as Federal Education Minister, following a cabinet reshuffle that saw former Education Minister Simon Birmingham moved to Trade, Tourism and Investment. Tehan has yet to outline his agenda as Education Minister, but much has already been made of his Catholic education and ties to Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV) head Stephen Elder, with The Australian newspaper reporting a “good personal relationship” between the two.
Study in AustraliaDid you know Australia has the third highest number of international students in the world behind only the United Kingdom and the United States despite having a population of only 23 million? This isn’t surprising when you consider Australia has seven of the top 100 universities in the world! In fact, with over 22,000 courses across 1,100 institutions, Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, ranking eighth in the Universities 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.
Australian universities on the rise in QS Rankings 2018ABC Online reports that new research from the Grattan Institute shows young people in Australia from African and Arabic migrant families are more likely to go to university than their non-migrant peers. Australia is overtaking the UK as the world’s second biggest destination for international students, says research from University College London. Australia has 37 universities ranked among the world’s best, according to the latest global rankings.
|Australian Education Center
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Australian Education Center
184, Grange Road,
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