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The number of Nepalese students ranks fifth largest in Australia

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Well-known for its pristine beaches, lavish hotels and exquisite tourism facilities, Cyprus has invested its resources in a high-quality European schooling system with competitive tuition fees and extensive facilities and benefits. Cyprus committs more than 7% of its Budget on education, the third-highest share in the European Union following Denmark and Sweden, an accessible and affordable route …

An Indian citizen who claimed to be living in a regional area while working in Melbourne has been denied a permanent residency visa after an anonymous caller tipped off immigration department. Immigration authorities have denied an Indian citizen a permanent residency visa after receiving a tip-off that the applicant had not lived in the regional …

Nepal ranks fifth in the list of countries from where the foreign students are studying at local universities in Australia. Out of 480,092 international students studying at Australian universities, the majority hold Chinese passports followed by India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Nepal. Together, these five nations are responsible for 54 per cent of the international student cohort …

Australia’s popularity as a destination for international students has shown no signs of slowing down and currently, International Education is the third largest source of Australian income. It alone adds more than $28 billion annually to the Australian economy. People naturally assume Melbourne and Sydney to be the two major destinations for International students. However, several …

From ‘stopping the boats’ to the PM, his political career has always remained controversial. Scott Morrison has been elected Liberal Leader and will become Australia’s next Prime Minister after beating Peter Dutton 45-40 in a leadership ballot. The former treasurer Mr Morrison looks set to become Australia’s sixth prime minister in just over ten years, …