People, keen to move abroad to a specific place, ensure that the destination in question does not disappoint them and they are 100% safe there in. No wonder, according to a new study, some specific issues--such as cultural diversity and safety--are high in the scheme of things for the global students while they are thinking about presenting an application to study at an Australian university.
Nearness to where they wish to enroll for a study course is the Number 1 consideration, even as it is followed by multiculturalism and safety--particularly in Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide.
The study of 2,800 IDP clients from as many as 30 nations discovered that views of Down Under as a secure place to study has become better progressively in the previous 10 years or so when some candidates had been discouraged by high profile cases involving overseas students being assaulted.
There has also been a better view of the cost of studying in the Kangaroo Land which allegedly is frequently regarded as a pricey place for study purposes. The study conducted during the year gone by reportedly suggested that students did not know about the actual price of residing in Australia even as it shocked them completely when they eventually landed in the nation.
It found that the latest improvements made to visa processing appeared to have not much of an effect on student flows, and in general Australia--together with Canada and New Zealand and unlike the UK and the US-- was identified as a welcoming destination.
In a new area for the study the participants were asked for the first time in case they knew anybody in the nation where they presented an application to study. It discovered that 33% of students knew someone in Oz, and nine in 10 spoke to somebody before they actually shifted to the nation.
Allegedly, it is the vitality of the different cities of Australia that draws the students from abroad, in particular their worldwide diversity & general safety.
It is also claimed that Down Under is beginning to witness the collective effort of administration, industry and society in changing the perceived importance of studying out-of-the-country. Simultaneously, one has seen that conjectures about different regions in the country have continued to be mainly same during the preceding some years, underlining the challenge of shifting opinions among the global students.
Certainly, the nation’s multiculturalism ought to be viewed as an ongoing strength for the diverse and inclusive image it promotes, and for the robust family & friendship networks numerous students do actually already have in the nation, it is further maintained.
In addition, a shared effort will continue to be decisive and assist prepare students for life and employment in a growingly connected and multicultural world, so that they are more expected to talk positively about their experience in the Kangaroo Land.