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Courses with good PR prospects

International students come from all over the world to Australia because it is such an appealing place to live, study, and work in. Australia is a popular study abroad destination for international students due to the country's strong and open economy, diverse culture, world-class universities, and excellent infrastructure. Many overseas students choose to study in Australia because of the high standard of living available to them. Become familiar with what a student visa is all about (SC500).

International students who plan to stay in Australia after graduation and work, live, and study there should first apply for an Australia Student Visa. An foreign student may be eligible for an Australian post-study work visa under subclass 485 after two years of study in Australian universities, vocational institutions, or colleges offering higher education (and being recognised by CRICOS). Depending on your qualifications, you may be granted an Australian post-study work visa for one year or several years.

  • Updated information on the 485 visa’s validity period

It is possible for a student to explore for a road to permanent residency in Australia after passing the points exam and meeting other qualifying requirements. They can also get a TSS visa or a permanent ENS 186/RSMS 187 visa if their employer is prepared to sponsor them. For General Skilled Migration, the applicant must obtain a positive skills assessment from the relevant skills assessment authority and be employed in an occupation that is specified as eligible for the visa category.

One thing to keep in mind is that your field of study and your chosen profession must match, even if relevant job experience can be substituted for a formal certificate in some situations. Please be aware that the list of vocations changes frequently in response to changes in the economy and labour market.

How can you know which jobs are in high demand and will be there for the long term? While the job outlook website typically provides information on job possibilities and skills shortages in Australia, this is not how immigration occupation lists work. This post has a rough idea of the types of programmes you might want to look into. As a result, we urge you to call us for a consultation so you can make an educated choice. Enrollment assistance is another service we provide.

SOME POINTS ABOUT COURSES THAT MAY LEAD TO PR OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Meet the Australian Study Requirements: Generally, the prerequisite is to study in Australia for a minimum of two years (closely connected), but this may vary based on your field of study or level (vocational or higher ed).
  • In order to be employed, you must work in ANZSCO Job Descriptions: If you look up ‘anzco position descriptions’ on Google, you’ll notice that some occupations require specific disciplines of study, either in college or on the job. You must meet certain educational requirements in order to be considered for these positions.
  • Once your studies are complete, you should apply for a PSWV 485 visa within six months of that date.
  • Your course of study should be on the CRICOS list of approved courses.

Engineering:

Engineers are usually in short supply in Australia, and several of these occupations are high on the list of those in high demand for the long term.

  • Engineers

Agriculture and horticulture occupations:

Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

For the following professions, you may order a custom report:

  • agricultural consultant/scientist

Automotive trades:

The automotive trades cluster can access reports that give data.

For the following professions, you may order a custom report:

  • automotive electrician
  • motor mechanic
  • panel beater

Building professions, and architecture and building technicians:

The following professions have individual reports available:

  • architect
  • construction project manager
  • surveyor

Child care occupations:

Information on the child care cluster can be found in reports.

You can get a personal occupational report for any of the following:

  • child care centre manager

Construction trades:

There are reports available that include information on the building trades cluster.

Individual reports are provided for the vocations listed below:

  • Bricklayer And Stonemason
  • Cabinetmaker
  • Carpenter And Joiner
  • Fibrous Plasterer
  • Glazier
  • Painting Trade Worker
  • Plumber
  • Solid Plasterer
  • Wall And Floor Tiler

Electrotechnology and telecommunications technicians and trades:

For the electrotechnology trades cluster, a research report that gives a nationwide overview of the labour market is provided.

Individual occupational reports are provided for the following occupations:

  • Airconditioning And Refrigeration Mechanic
  • Electrician (General)
  • Electronic Instrument Trades Worker

Engineering professions:

There are reports available that include information about the engineering professions cluster.

Individual reports are provided for the vocations listed below:

  • Civil Engineering Professionals
  • Civil Engineering Draftsperson And Technician
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer

Engineering trades:

There are reports available that give data for the engineering trades cluster.

Individual reports are provided for the vocations listed below:

  • Locksmith
  • Sheetmetal Trades Worker
  • Structural Steel And Welding Trades Worker

Food trades:

For the food trades cluster, a research report that gives a nationwide overview of the labour market is provided.

Individual reports are provided for the vocations listed below:

  • Chef

Health and social assistance occupations:

For the health professions cluster, a research report that gives a nationwide overview of the labour market is provided.

Individual occupational reports for the following health professions are available:

  • Audiologist
  • Medical diagnostic radiographer
  • Medical laboratory scientist
  • Medical radiation therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Optometrist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Sonographer
  • Social worker

There are reports available that offer information about the nursing cluster.

Individual occupational reports are provided for the nursing vocations listed below:

  • Midwife
  • Registered Nurse

Teachers:

There are reports available that give information on the instructors cluster.

  • Early Childhood Teacher
  • Secondary School Teacher
  • Special Education Teachers

ICT business and systems analysts

  • ICT business Analyst
  • Systems Analyst

Other occupations

Individual reports are also available for the jobs listed below:

  • Solicitor
  • Veterinarian