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  • Why International Students Need to Make Aussie Friends

    Why International Students Need to Make Aussie Friends

    A recent report on the satisfaction levels of international students in Australia, the United States and Britain has found that a student’s social life plays a big role in their happiness with their study experience. International students who made local friends were more satisfied with their international education. They were also more willing to recommend their university to others.
  • Organisations and groups every international student needs to know

    Organisations and groups every international student needs to know

    FOLLOWING warnings by the NSW police and government about an unofficial body purporting to represent the needs of international students on campus, Meld reporter Joanna Robin gives you a run-down of who’s who, and the organisations that really represent the international student community.
  • How a Swinburne Graduate and a former Iranian refugee Sam Bashiry turned a $1000 router into a $15 million internet business

    How a Swinburne Graduate and a former Iranian refugee Sam Bashiry turned a $1000 router into a $15 million internet business

    “Bashiry's story is not uncommon among refugees with a report published by the UTS business school last year finding refugees have significant entrepreneurial potential and, with the right support, can contribute to the economy, create income for them and employ others.”
  • Australia Day

    Australia Day

    On Australia Day people of Australia come together as a nation to celebrate what's great about Australia and being Australian. It's the day to reflect on what they have achieved and what they can be proud of in our great nation. It's the day for Australian people to re-commit to making Australia an even better place for the future.
  • Melbourne: world's most liveable city - 2015

    Melbourne: world's most liveable city - 2015

    For the fifth year in a row, Melbourne has been named the world's most liveable city. Melbourne was ranked the world's most liveable city, Adelaide fifth, Sydney seventh, Perth eighth and Brisbane 18th. None of these cities saw their ranks change in this year's report. The most liveable cities in the world were Melbourne, Vienna, Vancouver, Toronto, Adelaide and Calgary.
  • Australia scores twice in top-10 cities for foreign students

    Australia scores twice in top-10 cities for foreign students

    Australia offers arguably the most desirable digs for foreign students, with its cities dominating the top levels of the latest international league table. In a reflection of growing value as its dollar tumbles against other world currencies, Australia was the only country with more than one top-10 entry in the latest list of the best student cities.
  • Sydney Festival 2016

    Sydney Festival 2016

    Sydney’s streets come alive for the Sydney Festival, with vibrant and eclectic shows across the city put on by world-renowned and local creatives. More than 1000 artists deliver 400 performances at 30 venues meaning there’s certain to be something for everyone, including huge outdoor concerts and intimate shows that showcase the city’s diverse cultural scene.
  • Australian universities climb in Times Higher Education world rankings

    Australian universities climb in Times Higher Education world rankings

    Australia's universities have improved their performance in the world rankings, with 22 universities in the top 400 after a year of heated debate about fee deregulation. But the Turnbull government has been warned Australia will fall behind other nations unless it increases funding for university research to match competitors in Asia, Europe and the United States.
  • UNSW aims to be a top 50 university

    UNSW aims to be a top 50 university

    The University of NSW will position itself as Australia's global university and one of the best 50 institutions in the world as new analysis shows its research activity contributed $15 billion to the Australian economy last year. Vice-Chancellor Ian Jacobs on Tuesday released the UNSW 2025 Strategy, which sets out the priorities and themes that will guide UNSW over the next decade.
  • La Trobe Bundoora Campus Tour for Students

    La Trobe Bundoora Campus Tour for Students

    La Trobe University - in cooperation with StudyCo would like to organize a free of charge campus tour for students to visit our Bundoora campus on Monday, 14th December 2015. LaTrobe will be expecting to see students from various nationalities for both pathway and university. ENROLL NOW!
  • Victoria Public Transport Concession for International Student

    Victoria Public Transport Concession for International Student

    In 2015 international undergraduate students will be able to buy a half-price annual pass for the zone/s in which they study. The iUSEpass initiative allows international students enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course (Bachelor Degree or Associate Degree) or a higher VET course (Advanced Diploma or Diploma) to purchase a half-price annual myki ticket for the zone/s in which they study.
  • Studyco- Dubai Roadshow - 17 September 2014
  •  Studyco Oman Roadshow - 15 September 2014
  • Studyco Oman Roadshow - 15 September 2014

    Studyco Oman Roadshow - 15 September 2014

    join us to meet with Universities and have the chance to discuss your best options to study in UK or Australia
  • Studyco Dubai Roadshow -  17 September 2014

    Studyco Dubai Roadshow - 17 September 2014

    join us to meet with Universities and have the chance to discuss your best options to study in UK or Australia
  • Studyco Kuwait Roadshow -  16 September 2014

    Studyco Kuwait Roadshow - 16 September 2014

    Kuwait Universities Open Day join us to meet with Universities and have the chance to discuss your best options to study in UK or Australia
  • Study in Australia Event, Held in Muscat

    Study in Australia Event, Held in Muscat

    Over 100 students and the guardians attended StudyCo annual exhibition with the purpose of “Study in Australia”. This exhibition and counseling session was at the Radisson Blu Hotel.
  • LBIC at Brunel University- Middle East Seminar Invitation

    LBIC at Brunel University- Middle East Seminar Invitation

    LBIC at Brunel University- Middle East Seminar Invitation (Dubai, Doha, Muscat, Egypt) A representative from LBIC will be visiting these cities this June 2014. This is an opportunity for you to meet and ask any questions you may have. To book your seat for the seminar, please click here and complete the registration form as soon as possible.
  • Studyco Kuwait Roadshow -  16 September 2014

    Studyco Kuwait Roadshow - 16 September 2014

    Kuwait - Universities Open Day
  • TOEFL Scores are Now Accepted for More Visas in Australia

    TOEFL Scores are Now Accepted for More Visas in Australia

    The TOEFL Test has been accepted as an English-language test for use with Australia’s skilled migration visas. This means that people across the globe can now use their TOEFL scores for student, post-study, skilled migration and business visas, as well as academic admissions purposes. The changes will go into effect in November 2014. Applicants can take the test now, as those scores will be valid when the policy changes in November.

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