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by Vinamra S

Australia is the third most preferred study abroad destination by international students across the globe. The land of Kangaroos offers students world-class learning exposure, research opportunities and jobs. A significant portion of studying abroad can be easily managed by managing one&amp#39;s finance and finding part-times to support oneself. Australia has several part-time job opportunities for students. The Australian student visa supports international students working in Australia to manage their living expenses. Students can work up to 40 hours in a fortnight during semesters and unlimited time during semester breaks. There are excellent part-time jobs in Australia that are skilled as well as unskilled. The typical wage for each occupation varies depending on the job&amp#39;s location, demand, and type. In Australia, the minimum wage is roughly 20 AUD. Below are further details on the many kinds of part-time occupations, the minimum salary, eligibility, etc.

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by Vinayak Bhosle

In this blog, we answer the most frequently asked questions about pursuing MS in the US, including tuition fees and livin...

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by Vinamra S

Traveling is unbelievingly exciting but can be very scary if it is your first time. There can be loads of unanswered ques...

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by Vinayak Bhosle

A study abroad experience is not exactly pocket friendly. Living in a major city in a foreign country the terrible exchan...

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by Vinamra S

Now that you have decided that Graduate School is the right next step, here comes the hard part or infact the most import...

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by Vinayak Bhosle

Ananya is contemplating pursuing her undergraduate studies abroad. However, even before her departure she has been bombar...

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by Vinamra S

Wanting to pursue Masters but don&amp#39;t know how to go about it? Here is a detailed blog on how to start your MS applications...