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International students visiting Australia from across the world often find it a very gorgeous country to live, study and work in. Being a top destination for students, Australia offers them great opportunities in terms of a strong economy, great job prospects and higher education institutes, highly rated infrastructure, a multicultural society and beautiful landscapes. A high quality lifestyle is offered by Australia for all international students.

Global students looking forward to studying, working and living in Australia need to first complete secondary school and then apply for an Australian Student Visa in order to study in Australia. Once you complete a minimum of 2 years study in Australian colleges, universities or vocational schools providing higher education (and CRICOS approved), you will be eligible to apply for an Australian post study work visa under subclass 485. An Australian post study work visa may be issued for diverse time periods depending on your qualifications.

Students who meet the points test and other eligibility criteria can then look for a permanent residency pathway in Australia. Moreover, if the applicant has a willing employer who could sponsor them for a TSS visa or the permanent ENS 186/RSMS 187 visa, it would be more beneficial. When applying through General Skilled Migration, it is important that the applicant has a positive skills assessment from the relevant skills assessing authority, while also having an occupation listed as eligible for the visa type.

A crucial point to note here is, your study area and your nominated occupation must be in coordination with each other, but in some cases relevant work experience may come as an alternate for the formal qualification. It is important to note that the occupation lists change often, in accordance to the needs of the economy and labour market.

Do you wish to know which occupation is in high and likely to remain on the long term occupation lists? Well, it is important to be well-informed about the prospects of different professional paths and to know exactly when a shortage of workers in Australia is possible. It is strongly suggested that students contact our team for consultation to help us make an informed decision about your visa prospects. This way, we will also be able to assist you with your enrolment information about your favourite courses.

Annual income option:
  • Meet the Australian Study Requirements: Normally, the criteria for this is to study in Australia for a minimum of 2 years (closely related) but this may vary depending on your course of study or level (vocational or higher ed).
  • The occupation you must qualify for ANZSCO job descriptions. ANZSCO lists certain jobs needing fields of study at either higher education or vocational levels. In order to qualify for these jobs, you must meet these educational requirements.
  • Apply for a visa within 6 months: Students should apply for a 485 visa within 6 months of completion of your studies.
  • CRICOS approved study program: Your course of study should feature on the CRICOS list of courses.
ENGINEERING
  • It is interesting to know that there has always been a shortage of Engineers in Australia. Many engineering professions are on the Long term in demand lists:

    • Mechanical Engineers
    • Electrical Engineers
    • Aeronautical Engineers
    • Chemical Engineers
    • Materials Engineers
    • Structural Engineers
    • Environmental Engineers
    • Biomedical Engineers
    • Agricultural Engineers
    • Transport Engineers
    • Electronics Engineers
    • Industrial Engineers
    • Civil Engineers
    • Geotechnical Engineers
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURE OCCUPATIONS
  • Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

    • Agricultural consultant/scientist
    • Arborist
AUTOMOTIVE TRADES
  • Reports are available that offer information for the automotive trades cluster.

    Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

    • Automotive electrician
    • Motor mechanic
    • Panel beater
    • Vehicle painter
BUILDING PROFESSIONS, AND ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING TECHNICIANS
  • Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

    • Architect
    • Architectural draftsperson
    • Building associate
    • Surveyor
    • Urban and regional planner
    • Construction project manager
CHILD CARE OCCUPATIONS
  • Reports are available that offer information for the child care cluster.

    Individual occupational reports are available for:

    • Child care centre manager
    • Child care worker
CONSTRUCTION TRADES
  • Reports are available that offers information for the construction trades cluster.

    Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

    • Bricklayer and stonemason
    • Cabinetmaker
    • Carpenter and joiner
    • Fibrous plasterer
    • Glazier
    • Painting trade worker
    • Plumber
    • Roof tiler
    • Solid plasterer
    • Wall and floor tiler
ELECTROTECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIANS AND TRADES
  • A research report that offers a national overview of the labour market is obtainable for the electrotechnology trades cluster.

    Individual occupational reports are accessible for:

    • Air-conditioning and refrigeration mechanic
    • Electrical lines worker
    • Electrician (general)
    • Electronic instrument trades worker
    • Telecommunications trades worker
ENGINEERING PROFESSIONS
  • Reports are present that provide information for the engineering professions cluster.

    Individual reports are present for the following occupations:

     

    • Civil engineering professionals
    • Civil engineering draftsperson and technician
    • Electrical engineer
    • Mechanical engineer
ENGINEERING TRADES
  • Reports are obtainable which offer information for the engineering trades cluster.

    Individual reports are available for the following occupations:

    • Aircraft maintenance engineer
    • Locksmith
    • Sheet metal trades worker
    • Metal fitter and machinist
    • Structural steel and welding trades worker
FOOD TRADES
  • A research report that offers a national summary of the labour market is available for the food trades cluster.

    Individual reports are obtainable for the following occupations:

    • Baker
    • Butcher or small-goods maker
    • Chef
    • Pastry cook
HEALTH AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE OCCUPATIONS
  • A research report that offers a national overview of the labour market is present for the health professions cluster.

    Individual occupational reports are obtainable for the following health professions:

    • Audiologist
    • Dentist
    • Hospital/retail pharmacist
    • Medical radiation therapist
    • Occupational therapist
    • Optometrist
    • Physiotherapist
    • Medical diagnostic radiographer
    • Medical laboratory scientist
    • Sonographer

    Reports are available which provide information for the nurses cluster.

    Individual occupational reports are obtainable for the following nursing occupations:

    • Enrolled nurse
    • Midwife
    • Registered nurse
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONS

A research report that offers a national synopsis of the labor market is available for information technology professions.

RESOURCES RELATED OCCUPATIONS

A research report which offers a national overview of the labour market is accessible for resources sector professions.

TEACHERS

Reports are obtainable which provide information for the teachers cluster.

Individual reports are accessible for the following occupations:

  • Early childhood teacher
  • Primary school teacher
  • Secondary school teacher
  • Special education teachers
OTHER OCCUPATIONS

Individual reports are also accessible for the following occupations:

  • Ambulance officers and paramedics
  • Hairdresser
  • Solicitor
  • Veterinarian
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Students are advised to get in touch with your trusted registered migration agent and increase your chances of becoming an Australian permanent resident. Other Temporary to Permanent visa options include:

  • 457 visa to PR
  • 489 visa to PR
  • 482 TSS visa to PR
  • Student visa to PR
  • 485 Graduate visa to PR
  • NZ citizen to AU PR
  • State sponsorship for Australian PR