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Friday, July 8, 2022

Study in Australia

If you are a student heading to Australia? It is important that you look into the various things that you need to prepare yourself for. 


OSHC: Use your overseas student health cover OSHC at regular intervals so that any illnesses don't become lasting problems (and hopefully prevent them altogether). The Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) is a mandatory health insurance policy for students studying in Australia. It covers the cost of medical treatment and hospitalisation, as well as some prescription drugs.

Students can apply for OSHC when they are studying at an Australian tertiary institution, or if they have already been studying there for three months or more. 

OSHC details: https://www.privatehealth.gov.au




PACK your bag accordingly as per the time of the season you are entering the country. You'll want to pack clothing that matches your climate and lifestyle.


ACCOMMODATION: Sort out your accommodation which matches your affordability. This can be done by looking at different accommodation options around town such as: backpackers, motels, hotel-stay, home-stay and university student house and making sure that you choose one which will not only give you a good quality of life but also be within your budget. 

GET acclimated with your surroundings by staying in touch with locals who can help you find out what's going on around town. You might be surprised at how much Australians love to talk about their country and sports! 


STUDY TOOLS: Be familiar with the study tools that are provided by your university. The Australian universities provide study tools for their students. They ensure that their students are well prepared for their classes and exams. The study tools provided by the universities are very helpful for the students in studying and preparing for exams.

 Make sure that you have all necessary study materials at hand before starting off on your studies in Australia, especially if English is not your first language or if it has been awhile since last studying there! 


WORKING RIGHTS AND RESTRICTIONS: Do not flout your work restrictions – or face dire consequences! If there is any kind of restriction on what kind of work one can do while studying in Australia then make sure that they (employer) are aware of it beforehand so that they don't get too upset with you later down. Check your work rights here: Immi.homeaffairs.gov.au


SUMMER BREAK: During summer break, look out for course-related apprenticeships that could make it easier for you to learn new skills while still maintaining your grade point average (GPA). If nothing else, these jobs will give you another way to meet people from all over the world who share similar experiences and interests as yourself!


FINALLY! always remember never ask for help, unless you are willing to help yourself. Australians love to help someone who is very upfront and honest. If you don’t know something whether its at work or university  just tell them you don’t know and need a hand. However, if you know something then, just show them what you are capable of. No worries, happy days mate!!!!!!

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