Overseas Skills Registry Connecting Overseas Skilled Workers With Victorian Employers

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The Overseas Skills Registry is a new online service making it easier for overseas skilled workers who have skills in demand to connect with Victorian employers. The registry is designed to broaden overseas skilled workers’ local networks, and support them to access job interviews and employment. Using the registry, overseas […]

Perth Most Expensive City In Australia

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We’ve already written about Perths high rental prices. Now the Western Australia capital is is the spotlight again with Perth now ranking as Australia’s most expensive city and the eleventh priciest to live worldwide. Numbeo, a website that claims to collate the world’s largest database of user-contributed data about cities and […]

Darwin Best Place to Find Work In Australia

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A recent report has revealed that the Northern Territory’s capital city is the best place to go for people looking for work, with more job vacancies than unemployed people. Australia has enjoyed enviable economic stability in recent years thanks to its burgeoning construction and mining industries. While much of the […]

Education in Tasmania

Education in Tasmania

The eight in our series of articles covering education in australia looks at the education system in the small state of Tasmania. The education system in Tasmania comprises two tertiary education institutions; the government run K-12 schooling system, and numerous independent private schools and colleges, most of which are controlled or sponsored […]

Education in Victoria Australia

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The seventh in our series of articles looking at education in Australia focuses on the Australian State of Victoria Tiers Pre-school in Victoria Pre-school in Victoria is relatively unregulated and not compulsory. The first exposure many Australian children have to learn with others outside of traditional parenting is day care […]

Education In South Australia

Education in South Australia

The sixth in our series of articles looking at education in Australia focuses on the Education system in South Australia. Primary and secondary Schooling in South Australia On 1 January 2009, the school leaving age in South Australia was raised to 17 (having previously been 15 and then 16). Education […]

Education in the Northern Territory (NT)

Education with the Northern Territory in Australia

The fifth in our series of articles looking at Education in Australia covers the Education System within the state of the Northern Territory (NT) Primary and secondary Northern Territory school education consists of six years of primary schooling, including one transition year, three years of middle schooling, and three years […]

Education in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Education in the Australian Capital Territory

The forth in our series of artices looking at Education in Australia covers the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Almost all educational institutions in the Australian Capital Territory are located within Canberra. The ACT public education system schooling is normally split up into Pre-School, Primary School (K-6), High School (7–10) and […]

Education in New South Wales

Education in New South Wales - An overview

The third in our series of articles looking at education in Australia covers education within New South Wales. The NSW school system comprises a kindergarten to year twelve system with primary schooling up to year 6 and secondary schooling between year 7 and 12. Schooling is compulsory until age 17. […]

Education in Western Australia

Following on from our overview of Education in Australia, the next article in this series focuses on Education in Western Australia. Education in Western Australia is supervised by the Department of Education and Training (DET), which forms part of the Government of Western Australia. It follows a three-tier system, consisting […]