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Education • Internship • Migration • Consultants

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA You choose your future, We guide you through

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Why Study in Australia?  World Class Education  Australia is a beautiful Country  Prices are more competitive than traditional study abroad markets like UK, USA or Canada  A very safe country  Students can work up to 40 hours per fortnight while course is in session and full time during course break

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Quality Education  Australia is world renowned for its quality in education and research, with many of its universities ranked among the top 100 in the world  Australia’s government and private sector are committed to offer excellent education  Education in Australia is regulated by State and Federal legislation, ensuring overseas students’ rights are protected and high quality is maintained by all providers

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Australia A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY  Cities like: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, etc.

Perth, Adelaide, Hobart,

 Australia is surrounded by some of the world’s most beautiful beaches  Beautiful national parks and natural wonders (the great Barrier Reef, Uluru, Blue Mountains, Snowy Mountains and many more)  An Excellent Climate

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Bondi Beach | Sydney

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Great Barrier Reef |Queensland

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Snowy Mountains | NSW

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Opera House | Sydney

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City Centre | Melbourne

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New Years Eve | Sydney

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Competitive Prices  Australia offers student a value for money study option, with a more reasonable cost of living and reasonably priced and quality courses  Australia is more competitive than traditional student destinations like USA, UK, Europe or Canada  The quality of life is first class and standard of living is among the highest in the world

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Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa  From early 2013, students may be eligible to apply for a subclass 485 visa through either the Graduate Work stream (18 months) or the Post-Study Work stream (2-4 years)  Requirement: Must study and complete at least two academic years* and in the six months immediately before making a 485 visa application  DIAC Eligibility Requirements / Criteria

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restaurant meal $20 Tuesday, May 14, 13


a cup of coffee $3.00 Tuesday, May 14, 13


coke $2.00 Tuesday, May 14, 13


a loaf of bread $3.00 Tuesday, May 14, 13


an apple 60 cents Tuesday, May 14, 13


glass of beer $4.50 Tuesday, May 14, 13


Safe Society  Australia has a Multicultural Society  Australian Cities have a very low level of violence and crime compared to other major cities  No political or social unrest  Australians are very friendly people

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Students can work with Student Visa  All student visas allow students in Australia to work up to 40 hours per fortnight and unlimited hours during term breaks or holidays  Students normally work in Bars, Cafes, Restaurants, Cleaning, Events, Nursing Homes, etc.

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bar work $15 - $20 per hour Tuesday, May 14, 13


wait staff $15 - $20 per hour Tuesday, May 14, 13


kitchen assistant $15 - $20 per hour Tuesday, May 14, 13


barista $15 - $20 per hour Tuesday, May 14, 13


retail shop assistant $15 - $20 per hour Tuesday, May 14, 13


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Who is Bridge Blue?  A Global Agency for Education, Migration and Internship  Specialist Agency for Australia  We have offices around the world  We have assisted students of over 60 nationalities  Representing more than 200 Australian Institutions  Our staff around the world speak over 20 languages  Registered Migration Agents (MARA)  All our management staff are professionals.

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 Our head office is located in Sydney with 24 hours telephone assistance for all students already in Australia  We provide personalized services to our students.  We provide assistance from education up to migration.  We offer special prices to our Bridge Blue students.  We have direct partnerships to many Australian Universities and Institutions.

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Bridge Blue also assists in  Post Landing Services  Applying Tax File Number  Opening Bank Account  Re-enrol for Further Studies  Internship Placement  All Visa Services

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How to enrol and get a student visa?

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1. Orientation / Counselling  Study, Work, and Live in Australia  Schools and courses being offered

 Estimated Fees and requirements  Course of action

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2. Getting a Letter of Offer from the preferred school in Australia  Submit requirements as follows: • completed and signed chosen school application form • copy of passport • highest academic qualification (cert + transcripts) • proof of English level (eg. IELTS, TOEFL etc) • CV/Resume (if applicable)

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3. Documentation  Compilation of all the records or documents needed for student visa application • Personal Documents • Evidence of Funds • Embassy Forms

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4. Issuance of Confirmation-ofEnrolment (CoE) 5. Lodging of Student Visa Application to the Embassy of Australia ďƒ˜Sample Questions for possible phone interview

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6. Medical Exam as per the Embassy’s advice ďƒ˜Medical Exam in one of the approved medical institutions of the Australian Embassy

7. Pre-departure Orientation

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For further inquiries, please contact us

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THANK YOU and HOPE TO SEE YOU IN

AUSTRALIA !!!

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Bridgeblue Presentation 2013  

STUDY IN AUSTRALIA!You choose your future, We guide you through!

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