(PRWEB UK) 25 October 2013
It has been reported in Australiaforum.com that foreign students are being invited to share their experiences of studying in the country in a competition from the Council of Students in Australia (CISA) entitled “I’m not Australian but I have an Australian story.” It is estimated that several thousand students from all over the world study in Australia every year, with some of the most popular countries including China, India, Korea, Vietnam and Malaysia. International students are required to demonstrate that they have “genuine access to sufficient funds” in order to be granted a Student visa. Students also need to show they have specific English language skills.
Specializing in international student shipping, Interdean is committed to researching the latest industry updates and developments. Intrigued by the recent campaign, a representative from the company explains the influence of first-hand accounts on prospective students.
“When you’re young and you have limited commitments, it makes sense to take advantages of opportunities such as studying abroad. For many people, it is reading reviews of those who have already taken the plunge that inspires them to study overseas, so this short story competition sounds exciting. Those interested in studying abroad should research the particular visa requirements they face. Remember, at Interdean we are happy to offer free overseas visa assistance.”
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