WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA?

Australia is considered to have one of the best education systems in the world. Getting an education here is a ticket to a brighter future. By focusing on the importance of education innovation, Australia is currently a rising star in the international higher education.

Bridge to the World and Rich Culture
Education According To Your Dream Job
Comprehensive University Education
Quality Education and Economic Life

5 STEPS TO APPLYING TO AUSTRALIA UNIVERSITY

1. CHOOSE A PROGRAM AND UNIVERSITY
You can continue your education in Australia, English or other languages at the universities, where high-quality education is given at a global level, and work in Australia to develop your career. You can decide on a program according to your criteria by using the “Study Finder” search tool and choose a university to continue your education.
2. LEARN ABOUT SCHOLARSHIP AND FININCING
If you want a scholarship to study in Australia, you have many different options. However, keep in mind that the opportunities and rewards offered by the institutions granting scholarships vary. You can find out more about the available scholarships on the official website of your selected university
3.PREPARE YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
After choosing a university, all you have to do is to collect the required application documents. These documents may vary by university and program because universities determine their own conditions in the admission of international students. Please check the introductory page of your selected university to learn more about the required documents
4.CHECK EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS
You may need to meet requirements such as a university entrance exam, language score or skill test in order to be admitted to the program you choose to study in Australia. In addition to the internationally recognized exams, universities may require you to submit the scores of the exams you took in your country or the scores of the exams carried out by your selected university. Check the detailed program page for the requirements.
5.APPLY FOR STUDENT VISA
Before coming to study in Australia, you need to get a student visa from the nearest Consulate of the Republic of Australia. Student visa procedures can take time and therefore it is important that you apply for a student visa as soon as you are admitted to your selected university.
University of Melbourne
Australian National University
University of Adelaide
RMIT University

Australian National University

The Australian National University is a public research university located in Canberra, the capital of Australia. Its main campus in Acton encompasses seven teaching and research colleges, in addition to several national academies and institutes.

RMIT University

RMIT University, officially the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, is a public research university in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1887 by Francis Ormond, RMIT began as a night school offering classes in art, science, and technology, in response to the industrial revolution in Australia.

FOR STUDENTS

Applying for a residence permit in Australia
All international students, regardless of their status, must register and obtain a Residence Permit (Ikamet Tezkeresi) from the Istanbul Provincial Immigration Administration Office within 10 days of entering Australia.
You can be required at any time to show your Residence Permit.
Enrolled students apply online at the Ministry Of Interior Directorate General Of Migration Management website. After you have applied, you will also need to collect required documents and make a tax payment.
Applications for residence permits are processed by the Ministry Of Interior Directorate General Of Migration Management, NOT the University. The residence permit application is your responsibility.
Document
1. Copies of the: Passport ,Visa/ Entry Stamp
2. Online Residence Permit Application Form3-) Four
3. (4) photos (biometric)
4. Original Valid Health Insurance Policy / Orijinal Geçerli Sağlık Sigorta Poliçesi
5. The payment receipt (Residence Permit Card fee) from Tax Office
6. Address declaration
There might be extra documents request by the Immigration Office
Student Visa
Obtaining a student visa before departing your home country is a requirement for form
registration as a student at a Turkish university. Therefore, students who come to Australia
without a student visa will neither be allowed to register as a student at the university nor
receive a residency permit once in the country. Student candidates must keep in mind that
policies may be subject to change.
Based on the following program criteria can a student visa be obtained.
1. Internship Visa
2. Internship ERASMUS
3. Internship AISEC
4. Turkish Language Course
5. Purpose
6. Course Purpose
7. Education Purpose
8. Education in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Apartment Shopping
If you don’t speak Turkish, the first thing to do is to find a friend or a property agent who does. Turks generally go out of their way to help foreigners, and many business owners at least have someone nearby who speaks enough English to get the job done. However, everyone should always be prepared to negotiate.
Online Listings
By using the Turkish property listings, you will find better deals than you would on English-language websites directed at foreigners. See the External Links section for websites which have property listings. Some have English versions, and some don’t. If you check the listings daily, you may find a great place to live before anybody else does. And by printing out the listings you like, you’ll have handy information in hand for your apartment shopping trip
Property Agents
Property agents, or “emlak”, are plentiful in Australia, and they come in all sizes. They are a handy resource to find quality properties. Visit several of them, since there is no central directory of properties for rent, and each agent will have different apartments available.
Turkish property agents get a commission for the properties they rent, equivalent to one month’s rent, paid by the renter. If an agent doesn’t have what you need but knows of another agent who does, and if you rent from the other agent, the two agents split the commission. For that reason, property agents will first show you their properties (sometimes including properties with characteristics you said you didn’t want) before they show you those of competitors.
If you find in the internet or newspaper listings that an attractive apartment is being advertised by a particular property agent, you can also ask that agent to show you the properties of other agents which you found in the listings. This can save you the time of making appointments and finding addresses.
Take a Stroll in the Area You May Like
Walking or driving around a neighborhood where you would like to live ls also a good way to find a place to live. Look for a sign which says “kiralik”, which means “for rent.” You’ll also see signs which say “satılık”, which means “for sale.” Another important term is “sahabinden” which means “from owner.” The name and telephone number of a property agency or the owner will be on the sign.
Always Pre-Inspect
Have a good look around the property to make sure everything is in good order. Include every detail in the contract, so the landlord can’t claim compensation from you when you move out. Some landlords can be very picky and will look for any excuse to retain part of the deposit.
If there is anything in the apartment you don’t want to stay and don’t intend to turn over to the landlord at the end of the lease, have the landlord remove it. Do not discard anything thinking the landlord will be okay with it. An old rickety set of shelves that you remove while occupying the premises may be later claimed by the landlord to be an antique given to him by a some beloved deceased relative and used to extort your deposit from you.
Previous renter will have removed everything which was not nailed down, and also Some Things That Were
You will find that any former Turkish tenants have taken everything but the kitchen sink. Even light fixtures may be removed, leaving a bare wire protruding from a hole in the ceiling. The water heater and other such fixtures will likely have been removed.
General Apartment Layout
In cities, all apartments have a similar layout. The kitchen and salon (living room) face the outside, and the bedrooms are on the inside. Typically there is a large master bedroom with the other bedrooms being smaller, sometimes much smaller. The washing machine goes in the bathroom. Use of electric clothes driers is rare but gaining in popularity, so there might not be room for a washer and a drier in the bathroom. Stacked washer and drier combination units are available for this purpose.
Turks like balconies. You might find that even your kitchen and bedroom have a balcony. Balconies are usually where clothes are dried, either on lines attached to the building walls or on collapsible clothes drying racks that are widely available.
No Closet Space
Many Turkish apartments don’t have closets. So you will have to buy a dresser/wardrobe to store your clothes
The Landlord
Important! When you apply for a residence permit, the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM), will require a copy of your landlord’s identification card as part of the documentation you need to prove you have an address. So make sure the landlord understands this and is willing to provide one.
Be Prepared for Negotiation
Once you find a place that you like and can afford, try to negotiate the rent to a lower price. A few minutes of haggling may save you a lot of money. Once you reach an agreement, you will sign the rental contract
The Rental Contract
Property rental contracts in Australia are rather standard and can be bought in a stationery store. But make sure you have someone translate it for you, so you know exactly what you are signing.
The typical Turkish rental contract is a four-page document (one large page folded in half). On the contract’s pages are the following:
Page 1: Landlord and renter personal information and the terms of the rental, such as duration and the amount of rent.
Pages 2 and 3: Covers the terms of the rental agreement.
Page 4: A record of payments. Each time you pay, you record the payment amount and date, and sign it with your landlord. If you deposit the rent into the landlord’s bank account, have the bank add a note that the payment is for rent (kira). Save the deposit receipt. This bank deposit receipt can also serve as proof of payment.
Additional Agreements: If you make any additional agreements with the landlord, make sure they are in the contract, because your friendly and amiable landlord may not be so lenient later
Terminating the Contract
According to the Turkish code of obligations, you must provide 15 days’ notice, in writing (translated to Turkish) before the anniversary date of the contract if you want to terminate it. If you don’t do this, the contract will automatically renew for the period set in the contract (as in another year) and you will be legally bound to pay the extra year’s rent whether you are living there or not. When you deliver written notice, take two copies. Sign both and also have the landlord sign both. Keep one copy as proof of notice.
Some tenants think they can just forfeit the deposit and vacate the property any time they want. This is not so, and a landlord can take you to court, if he or she wants to go through the trouble, and successfully sue you for the remaining balance due on the contract. If you think you might need to vacate the property some time in the middle of the contract, have a “get out early” clause written in to the contract to protect yourself. If you want to renew the contract on a monthly basis, make the new contract so it expires in one month. In that case it will automatically renew every month (instead of every year).
Monthly Building/Site Maintance Fees “Aydat, the Kapıcı, and Yönetici”
Aydat. It is a monthly payment which covers common area lighting, cleaning, elevator maintenance, and the salary of the kapıcı, if there is one.
The kapıcı looks after the building and maintains it. He will almost always live on the ground floor of the apartment. He may also do additional duties like paying your utility bills, getting you a loaf of bread and a paper in the morning, and even fixing things in your house for a small fee. The main thing you would need to be careful of when dealing with the kapıcı is asking him to do things which are beyond his expertise. For example, your kapıcı is not a car mechanic (if he could fix cars, he wouldn’t be a kapıcı!). For work which requires a professional, such as electrical work, hire a professional
The yönetici is a resident who collects the aydat and makes the required payments.
Utilities
The landlord will sometimes keep the utilities in his or her name, since there is no penalty or impact on one’s credit rating for non-payment. The utility is simply shut off, and a fine is paid to restore it. If you get the utilities in your name, you can pay them at various banks or at the Turkish post office (PTT). On the back of your utility bills is a list of places where you can pay them. Some of the banks only take these payments in the morning or afternoon hours, depending on their policy. The water bill needs to be paid at the water department at the belediye, or municipality.
You can have your utility bills automatically paid by your Turkish bank account. To do this, go to your bank and take your utility bills with you, so they can arrange for automatic payments. You can also give the bills and the required cash to your kapıcı and have them pay them for you-this is a common practice in Turkish apartment complexes.
REQUIRED HEALTH INSURANCE
Australia has a well-established healthcare sector with many Turkish doctors and dentists who speak English, Arabic, French and more particularly in the major hospitals. Many Turkish hospitals have the newest technology with highly experienced doctors. All hospitals have an emergency room that is open 24 hours a day. Assigned pharmacies are available on weekends and evenings as well.
It is a requirement for all international students to have health coverage during their stay in Australia. If your health insurance ends during your stay, you must renew your insurance policy and inform the immigration office immediately. Is it necessary to have Health Insuranc
Yes, all students must obtain health insurance in Australia. This is the compulsory health insurance.
Where can I get the compulsory health insurance?
Study in Australia’s partner, S’aide has the best prices regarding the required health insurance.
Why is S’aide Compulsory Health Insurance the best coverage?
S’aide offers the initial option of compulsory coverage in accordance with the regulations set by the immigration office.
This compulsory Insurance is required for below purposes :
Registration to the University
To obtain your residence permit
Your Compulsory Health Insurance covers your treatment from the hospitals which are in agreement with the Insurance Institutions.
Working While Studying
In accordance to a private university, they allow graduate students with full scholarships to work and can provide assistantships for students in exchange for this scholarship to work as researcher. Undergraduate students will often find opportunities to work in a part-time job, according to their course schedules and the university directives. However, you must keep in mind that a student resident permit does not give a student permission to work. There are different types of work permits such as short-term, perpetual, independent work and are given by General Directorate of International Labour. All in all, International students, unfortunately, have no legal right to work either in public or private offices.
Language is not only major obstacle to get a temporary job. There are universities and departments within universities whose language of instruction is English or where English is the most common language. Some private universities were established as English-speaking universities, and they are now trying to compete with public universities to attract top international academic staff and researchers. There are also research institutions which provide teaching in French and German.
In addition, most foundation universities recruit Master’s and PhD level students on a full scholarship scheme. Sometimes full scholarships might require international students assisting some professors on certain tasks such as teaching, doing research or preparing statistics etc. In all these cases, there is no requirement on international academics or students to learn and teach in Turkish.
Working After Studying
If you want to work in Australia after studying, there are not as many options as you might hope, especially if you don’t speak Turkish, and many of them pay very poorly, comparing to the EU countries, Canada or the USA. However, there might be surprising opportunities present in the Turkish market. So, you can’t know them exist before searching for it.
The first thing to do is to search your job prospects on internet. You should have a very well-prepared resume that could tell anything about you even if you are not physically there. Many Turkish companies speak English, some speak German, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Russian etc. You hear from them with an invitation for an interview.
Some of the best paid and most professional works in Australia are in the various embassies, consulates and non-governmental organizations. But the competition is always intense.
One possibility is to teach your native language at a language school or on a private tuition. There is a great hunger for English language teaching in Australia which means that this sort of work is easy to find. However, the best paid jobs with the best conditions go to people with a degree and proper TESOL, TEFL, CELTA or TOIEC qualifications. The best thing to do is to take a relevant course.
If you find a job while in Australia, you may have to leave the country to apply for a work permit and then come back in again.
Employment in Australia is mainly governed by Turkish Labor Law and Trade Union Law. Working permits are granted by The Ministry of Labor. After finding a job at a Turkish company, the company should apply for the working permit on behalf of the foreigner. There is no guarantee that the Ministry will provide the foreigner with a working permit.
In the meantime, most work permits are issued initially for one year. When they are extended, the new permit is usually for three years, and then for six years. If you have been a resident of Australia for eight years and have had a work permit for six of them, you should then be able to get a permanent work permit.

WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA ?

WHY STUDY IN AUSTRALIA ?

Australia is considered to have one of the best education systems in the world. Getting an education here is a ticket to a brighter future. By focusing on the importance of education innovation, Australia is currently a rising star in the international higher education. This gives you a chance to earn an internationally-recognised degree at affordable costs. Also, thanks to the facilities and educational environment, universities and colleges in Australia are among the best in the world.
As a country, Australia is known for its diverse, beautiful and vibrant place to live, but did you know that it also excels in terms of safety? Australia was named as one of the world's safest cities. This makes it a perfect place for students who are usually also the curious wanderers in a foreign country.
And not to forget, thanks to the country's strategic location, you will be really surprised at the possibility of going to places within your reach while studying in Australia. After all, life is not all about simply getting good grades, it’s also a time to explore
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