Much perturbed over the alarming dip in the number of international students, more so from India, Canberra has made up its mind to further ease-off its visa rules and regulations. Now, students from abroad enrolled in the various courses at the level of bachelor degree or beyond, will be put in lower risk categories of applicants, though they could be from any nation.
It will imply comparatively less burdensome monetary and documentary requirements for such students. However, students involved with vocational courses would keep on being evaluated next to the levels of higher evaluation, despite the fact that financial requirements would significantly be cut down for such students.
Meanwhile, the New Delhi High Consulate of the concerned nation (Australia) was quoted as saying that these changes would increasingly be effected onwards the end of this year, with the full set off of changes likely to be decided sometime during the first half of the next year.
In the wake of the attacks on students from India in OZ early last year, the number of Indians seeking enrolment in the many universities of Australia dipped noticeably, remarkably affecting the industry of higher education of the nation, in the process. That via higher education, down Under earns handsome foreign exchange is no secret.
Prior to the racial attacks, OZ was one of the most targeted nations, and the many universities of the country enjoyed high popularity amongst the migrant students from India. But post attacks, the situation changed drastically with several students, who earlier were planning to migrate to Australia for study purposes, opting for other foreign destinations.
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