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Sep
27

Tanulmány munka utazás él Ausztráliában.  Mit kell tenni, hogy kint dolgzohasson valaki?  És ha már ott van, mennyit kereshet?  Az ausztráliai munkavállalás feltételei magyar állampolgárok esetében, a különböző vízumtípusoknál eltérőek.

 

 

Vízumtípusokkal vállalható munka:

  • Turista vízum esetében – nem engedélyezett a munkavállalás, bár könnyen megszerezhető a vízum
  • Diákvízum esetében – 20 óra / hét munkavállalás lehetséges, illetve iskolaszünet alatt teljes idős munkavállalás engedélyezett (részleteket lásd alább)
  • Szponzorált munkavállalási vízum esetében – teljes idejű munkavállalás lehetséges, de a szponzoráló munkaadóhoz kötődik

Diákvízum.  Legálisan heti 20 óra munka vállalható a kurzus megkezdésétől (figyelem, nem átlagolható hónapos viszonyban, azaz nem megengedett ’A’ héten 10 óra, utána ’B’ héten 30 óra!) hivatalos iskolaszünetek alatt a munkavállalás korlátlan szükséges hozzá az úgynevezett Tax File Number kiváltása, mely egyfajta adószám könnyedén és korlátlanul hosszabbítható partnernek is megengedett a munkavállalás, ugyanúgy heti maximalizált 20 órában dolgozhat, iskolába legfeljebb 3 hónapot járhat

Vállalható munkák.  Az, hogy milyen munkát tud valaki vállalni, nagyban függ a nyelvtudásától!

Alap szintű nyelvtudással általában a következő munkák találhatók:

Mosogatás, Konyhai segítő, Takarítás, Autómosás, Építőipari munkás, Költöztetés, Árufeltöltés.

Szezonális munka. Ez nagyon divatos a külföldiek körében. Gyümölcsszedés. A növények nem egyszerre érnek be, így ez egész éves munka.Pl.:  Északon mangó, Brisbane mellett banán, délen szőlő,. Napi 10 órás munka, kb.  heti 1000-1400au$, a szállást és az ellátást a munkaadó állja. Ideális turistáknak, akik önellátóan akarják beutazni a kontinenst.

Közép szintű nyelvtudással a következő munkák találhatók:

Pincér, Pultos, Bolti eladó, Recepciós, Pénztáros, Babysitter.

Felsőfokú nyelvtudással számtalan lehetőség közül lehet válogatni, és leginkább a szakmádban éri meg elhelyezkedni.

Tanácsaink, tapasztalatok, egy kis bátorítás…

Aki tényleg akar dolgozni, és nem sajnálja az energiát, és időt, hogy felkutassa az állásokat, az talál munkát! (hirdetések, internet, munkaközvetítő irodák)

Nem lebecsülendőek a kiutazás legelején talált első munkalehetőségek (mosogatás, takarítás), hisz ezeknek a munkáknak igen nagy szerepe van. Egyszóval, ha már van állás, akkor el tudja magát tartani az ember, és nem kell az otthonról hozott tartalékait felélnie. Közben úgy is nyílik mindenkinek lehetőség, hogy megfelelőbb munkát keressen.

Mindenki számára ajánlott, hogy az elején vállaljon el olyan típusú munkát is, ami esetleg nem a szíve csücske, hiszen ezzel is előnyt szerez addig, amíg megtalálja a neki megfelelő állást.

Bevált módszer, ha az ember megérkezése után a nyakába veszi a várost, és egy összeszedett önéletrajzzal bekopogtat a különböző vendéglátó egységekbe.

Használjuk az internetet! Számos weboldal lesz segítségedre az álláskeresésben. Ime néhány:

További információt a foglalkoztatást és a karrier Ausztráliában kattintással.

Sep
05

Universities in Melbourne, Victoria with skilled academics and top facilities you will receive a world class education from a Victorian university.  You can also find support services, a wide variety of campus activities and a rewarding life experience for Study in Melbourne.

In Victoria there are ten universities and many high quality private higher education providers to choose from. Campuses are located near or in central Melbourne, and in the city’s surrounding suburbs as well as throughout Victoria.

 

 

Universities

Victorian universities are among the best in the world. If you study in Melbourne, you will leave with qualifications recognised by institutions and employers around the world.

In Victoria international students can study in Melbourne at private colleges and TAFE institutes offer university pathways, associate degrees, bachelor degrees and master or post graduate.

Victoria’s universities and higher education institutions include:

  • APIC Australia Pacific International College
  • Stott’s Colleges Melbourne
  • Holmesglen Institute University of Canberra
  • NMIT North Melbourne Institute of TAFE Melbourne Polytechnic
  • Australian Catholic University
  • Deakin University
  • La Trobe University
  • Monash University
  • RMIT University
  • Swinburne University of Technology
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Federation University Australia
  • Victoria University
  • University of Divinity (a specialist university accredited to teach philosophy and religious studies)

Australian universities are ranked number one in the world by the independent Lisbon Council while two Melbourne universities are ranked amongst the world’s top one hundred universities (QS rankings).

Victorian universities offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses leading to occupational outcomes including:

  • Business Administration and Management
  • Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Engineering and Surveying
  • Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Medical Science and Medicine
  • Architecture and Building
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Economics
  • Education and Training
  • Physical Sciences
  • Science
  • Health and Community Services
  • Nursing
  • Law and Legal Studies
  • Services, Hospitality and Transport

Universities with TAFE – dual-sector institutions

RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology, the Federation University Australia and Victoria University are dual-sector institutions. This means they have a university and a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) division.

Dual-sector institutions offer both higher education and vocational education and training (VET) courses to study. You can transfer course credits between these VET and higher education courses which will provide you with a flexible pathway into higher education.

University information

Course work

Core course material is delivered in lectures and then discussed in smaller tutorials. Science, technology and psychology subjects also involve laboratory work. Assessment is mostly completed through written assignments and examinations.

Degrees usually take three years to complete, although some, like Law and Medicine take longer. You may be offered the opportunity to do a further Honours year, which will involve more course work, research and an Honours thesis.

Doctoral Degree programs require three to four years of full time study. All Doctoral degrees require students to complete a thesis, dissertation, exegesis or similar.

For help or advice on study-related issues universities provide you with free student support advisors and centres such as AIEC the Australian International Education Centre, Budapest who are from Melbourne, based in Budapest, Europe, can help with employment and career gudiance, study and student visa application, travel and accommodation arrangements.

Aug
27

From SBS Australia:

The truth about trades: Apprenticeships versus university degrees.  Far more young Australians believe a university degree provides more career options but apprenticeships are becoming increasingly popular – and experts say that’s a good thing.

It’s National Skills Week and across the country the question of what to do next is on the mind of thousands of Australian students.

Research showed far more young Australians believed a university degree provided more career options

But rising tuition fees and high levels of youth unemployment meant apprenticeships were becoming increasingly popular…

 

 

….. Research by not-for-profit organisation WorldSkills Australia showed many Australians were unaware of the educational and training options available to them.

Experts said there was a misguided view that these careers were less valuable or less skilled.

There was the equivalent of 170,000 more full-time students enrolled in university last year than in 2009, when the previous Labor government began lifting restrictions on places.

The Coalition has committed to continuing the policy.

But some business and education leaders have begun to question the dominance of the university degree….

…. Chief Executive Officer of Computershare, Stuart Irving, chose to get on-the-job training rather than go to university.

Assistant Education Minister Sussan Ley said the federal government wanted students to consider a skilled trade.

“Trades and training equips you for jobs all over the world,” she said.

“If you look at food, hospitality, theatre, events, photography and film, they are transportable skills, and for young people today it is not about an Australian job market, it is about a global job market.”

New figures released by the Department of Employment earlier this month showed job shortages were more likely to be for trades, than professions.

But experts hoped the tides may change toward learning a trade.’

 

There are several issues revolving round social mobility, perceived status, costs and outcomes.  What advice are young people receiving from parents and school?  Are too many looking for ‘white collar’ or administrative management employment for social status, even though much is being automated in the digital economy?  For both domestic and international students using a TAFE or VET pathway to university is more economic, and one can ‘get their hands dirty’, while many university graduates are unable to find employment easily in their chosen field….

 

For more information about apprenticeships, trades, TAFE technical, vocational education and training in Australia click through.

Aug
23

From Meld Magazine for International Students in Melbourne:

 

5 reasons why Melbourne is the most liveable city in the world.

MELBOURNE has once again been crowned the most liveable city in the world by The Economist for the fourth year in a row. Marina Solomon gives us five reasons why we deserve the title and more.

 

Melbourne City Skyline Yarra River at Night

Melbourne at Night – Copyright Tourism Australia

 

Welcome to Melbourne, the friendliest and most liveable city in the world. For the fourth year in a row Melbourne has won the official title of Most Liveable City, as announced by The Economist. From coffee to street art, here are the top five reasons Melbourne is the place to be:

Culture.  Melbourne is Australia’s cultural capital, and for good reason. From multicultural cuisines to buskers filling the streets with music, chalk art and more, it’s not difficult to see that Melburnians are passionate about the arts, music and literature.

Fashion. Melbourne has impeccable style. Wherever you go, you’re guaranteed to find somebody dressed head to toe in an outfit you’ll envy.

Shopping. The love for fashion and the love for shopping often go hand in hand – that’s where Melbourne won’t disappoint.

Food and Drinks.  Have you ever roamed the laneways of Melbourne and wondered what that incredible smell is? That’s most likely a café serving specialty coffee and all day breakfast.

People.  Condé Nast Traveler just named Melbourne one of the friendliest cities in the world. Not only are we known as the friendliest city, but we are also famous for our wonderful sense of humour. So give yourself a pat on the back ladies and gentlemen, we’re officially funny and friendly’

For more information about study in Melbourne click through.

Aug
22

Melbourne dünyanın en yaşanabilir kenti.  Avustralya’nın Melbourne kenti üst üste dördüncü kez dünyanın en yaşanabilir kenti seçildi.

The Economist Intelligence Unit tarafından dünyanın 140 şehrinde yapılan anketlerle dünyanın en yaşanabilir kentleri seçildi.

Melbourne, bu yıl da 100 üzerinden 97,5 puan alarak üst üste dördüncü kez birinci oldu. Melbourne kentini, 97,4 puan alan Avusturya’nın başkenti Viyana ve 97,3 puan alan Kanada’nın Vancouver kenti izledi.

 

Dünyanın en yaşanabilir kentleri sıralamasında ilk iki sırayı alan Melbourne ve Viyana, geçen yıl da anketlerden aynı puanları alarak birinci ve ikinci olmuştu. Sıralamada ilk 10 şöyle oluştu:

Melbourne (Avustralya) 97,5 puan, Viyana (Avusturya) 97,4 puan, Vancouver (Kanada) 97,3 puan, Toronto (Kanada) 97,2 puan, Adelaide (Avustralya) 96,6 puan, Calgary (Kanada) 96,6 puan, Sydney (Avustralya) 96,1 puan, Helsinki (Finlandiya 96 puan), Perth (Avustralya) 95,9 puan, Auckland (Yeni Zelanda) 95 puan.

Listede son sırayı ise Suriye’nin başkenti Şam 30,5 puanla aldı.

Dünyanın en yaşanabilir kentini seçmek için yapılan ankette sağlık, eğitim, istikrar, kültür, altyapı ve çevre konuları baz alınıyor ve kentler 100 üzerinden puanlamaya tabi tutuluyor.

 

Eğitim Melbourne Avustralya’da Dil Kursu Üniversite Hazırlık Yükseköğretim Master hakkında bilgi.

Aug
21

Kiderült, melyikvárosban a legjobb élniA brit The Economist készítette el a szokásos listáját. Nincs meglepetés: ugyanaz lett a legélhetőbb metropolisz, amely már tavaly is az élen végzett.  Sőt az előtt is.

 

Az ausztráliai Melbourne zsinórban negyedszer a világ legélhetőbb városa a brit The Economist 140 nagyvárostvizsgáló listáján, amelynek utolsó helyére idén Damaszkusz került.

 

Bécs a második, Vancouver a harmadik, Toronto pedig a negyedik legélhetőbb város a világon a kedden közzétett lista szerint. Az ötödik Adelaide, a hatodik Calgary, a hetedik Sydney lett. Az első tízben csak két európai város, Bécs mellett Helsinki szerepel. A finn főváros a nyolcadik. A kilencedik Perth, a tizedik Auckland az összesítésben, amelynek élmezőnye 2011 óta változatlan…..

 

….. Noha a kevesebb mint egyszázalékos összesített romlást mutató szám jelentéktelennek tűnhet, mégis rávilágít, hogy több mint 50 vizsgált város életkörülményei romlottak világszerte az elmúlt években – írja az EIU.

 

A felmérés olyan szempontokat figyelembe véve készült, mint a stabilitás mértéke, az egészségügyi ellátás, a kultúra, a környezet, az oktatás és az infrastruktúra minősége.

 

AIEC Ausztrál Nemzetközi Oktatási Központ Budapest ‘Aussie Specialist’ tanulmány munka utazás él Melbourne Ausztráliában.

Jul
22

درباره کالج

کالج دونا

کالج دونا در شهر بوداپست به عنوان معتبرترین مرکز آموزشی بین الملل برگزارکننده دوره های ویژه آمادگی تحصیل و پذیرش در رشته‌های مختلف دانشگاهی کشور مجارستان است. این کالج با همکاری برجسته‌ترین استادن از دانشگاه پزشکی‌ سملوایز و دانشگاه فنی بوداپست و دانشگاه‌های معتبر انگلستان و آمریکا تأسیس گشته و مدیریت میگردد.

از آنجایی که تحصیل در هر یک از دانشگاه‌های کشور مجارستان نیازمند قبولی در آزمون ورودی هر یک از این دانشگاهها بوده و شرکت در امتحان ورودی این دانشگاه ها الزامی است شرکت در دوره های آمادگی کالج دونا امکان آمادگی تحصیل و پذیرش در دانشگاه ها را برای دانشجویان بین المللی فراهم می کند. با تحصیل در این کالج دانشجویان توانایی آکادمیک لازم در زمینه های امتحانات شفاهی و کتبی در رشته تحصیلی خود را پیدا کرده و به دوره ای جدید در دوران تحصیلی خود وارد می شوند.

همچنین واضح است که تحصیل در هر یک از رشته‌های دانشگاهی نیازمند پیش زمینه خوب و دانسته های کافی داوطلب در زمینه علوم ریاضی‌ و تجربی‌ است و از آنجا که زبان تحصیل و آموزش در این دانشگاه زبان انگلیسی می باشد داشتن توانمندی کافی در زبان انگلیسی نیز شرطی مهم و تعیین کننده است. لذا داوطلبان و متقاضیان تحصیل دردانشگاههای کشور مجارستان دوره های آمادگی را در کالج دونا در شهر بوداپست می گذرانند که تاثیر بسیار مثبت و مهمی در پذیرش و تحصیل آنان در دانشگاهها را دارد. تحصیل در این کالج همچنین تحصیل و یادگیری در یک محیط کاملا بین المللی را برای دانشجویان آن فراهم می کند.

ویژگیها ومزیت‌های منحصر بفرد کالج دونا

دارای قویترین گروه اموزشی با همکاری اساتید برجسته و مجرب از دانشگاه علوم پزشکی‌ سملوایز و دانشگاه فنی‌ بوداپست

دارای نمایندگی‌ رسمی‌ و ارتباط آکادمیک نزدیک با تمامیه دانشگاه‌های کشور مجارستان و دانشگاه‌های پزشکی‌ کشور اسلواکی

برگزارکننده امتحانات ورودی دانشگاه فنی‌ بوداپست و دانشگاه‌های پزشکی‌ کشور اسلواکی

آموزش زبان انگلیسی‌ با همکاری اساتید مجرب از کشور انگلستان

برنامه‌های متنوع فرهنگی‌ و تفریحی برای دانشجویان

ارائه خدمات کامل جهت اقامت و اسکان دانشجویان

امکان دسترسی‌ به اینترنت با سرعت بالا در کالج و در خوابگاه برای تمامی‌ دانشجویان

مفتخر به کسب رتبه‌های اول و دوم آزمون ورودی دانشگاه فنی‌ بوداپست

تحصیل در محیطی‌ آرام در یکی‌ از بهترین منطق شهر بوداپست و در کنار رود زیبای دانوب

کالج دونا دارای مجوّز رسمی‌ از طرف وزارت علوم کشور مجارستان جهت آموزش کلیه دوره‌های پیش دانشگاهی است.

1. دوره علوم پایه – پیش پزشکی‌

· برای داوطلبان رشته های پزشکی، دندانپزشکی، داروسازی, فیزیوتراپی, شیمی‌ و زیست شناسی‌

شامل دروس : زبان انگلیسی عمومی ، زبان تخصصی رشته پزشکی ، زیست شناسی ، شیمی و فیزیک و زبان مجاری.

2. دوره علوم فنی – پیش مهندسی

· برای داوطلبان رشته های مهندسی‌ و علوم پایه
شامل دروس : ریاضی‌، فیزیک , کامپیوتر, زبان انگلیسی عمومی و تخصصی

3. دوره علوم اقتصادی – پیش بازرگانی و مدیریت

شامل دروس : مدیریت , کامپیوتر, زبان انگلیسی عمومی و تخصصی

4. دوره‌های هنر در رشته های :

· گرافیک

· موسیقی‌

همچنین امکان تحصیل زبان در ترم پاییز و تحصیل در دوره فشرده پیش پزشکی در ترم بهار برای دانشجویان وجود دارد.

مدارکلازم جهت پذیرش در دوره های کالج

ترجمه رسمی مدرک دیپلم

ترجمه رسمی ریز نمرات (کارنامه) سه سال دبیرستان

کپی از صفحه عکس دار پاسپورت – حداقل اعتبار لازم برای پاسپورت ۹ ماه میباشد.

مدارک لازم برای ثبت نام در کالج پس از دریافت پذیرش :

 

 

  1. اصل ترجمه مدارک لازم در بالا برای پذیرش جهت ثبت نام می بایست ارائه گردد.
  2. 2 قطعه عکس
  3. رزومه از سوابق تحصیلی و شغلی

دوره‌های فوق لیسانس و دکترا

  • ترجمه رسمی‌ مدرک کارشناسی و کارشناسی ارشد
  • ترجمه ریز نمرات دوره کارشناسی و کارشناسی ارشد
  • رزومه
  • ۲ توصیه نامه از محل تحصیل و یا محل کار
  • ارائه طرح تحقیقاتی‌ برای داوطلبان مقطع دکترا
  • کپی صفحه عکس دار پاسپورت

سیستم و دوره های آموزشی در کالج دونا به شکلی کامل و بر مبنای اصول درک صحیح مطالب مورد نیاز جهت شروع برنامه های دانشگاهی تهیه شده است.اساتید و مدرسان موضوعات و مطالب را به شکلی ساده ، جامع و قابل درک در این دوره ها به دانشجویان ارائه و آموزش می دهند. همچنین روش های جدید آموزشی، توجه کامل جهت حفظ سطح آموزش، به روز بودن دانش و آگاهی دانشجویان, ارتقای آن و رقابتی کردن تحصیلات در تمامی برنامه های آموزشی کالج دونا در نظر گرفته شده است.

کالج دونا مفتخر به کسب بالاترین رتبه آموزشی در بین کالج‌های کشور مجارستان و موفق به پذیرش ۱۰۰% دانشجویان آن در آزمون ورودی دانشگاههای کشور مجارستان در سال تحصیلی‌ ۲۰۱۲-۲۰۱۳ میلادی می‌باشد.

دانشجویان کالج دونا موفق به کسب رتبه‌های اول و دوم در امتحان ورودی دانشگاه فنی بوداپست در سال تحصیلی‌ ۲۰۱۱-۲۰۱۲ میلادی گشتند. در حال حاضر این کالج دارای قویترین گروه آموزشی متشکل از اساتید برتر دانشگاه‌های کشور مجارستان و انگلستان می‌‌باشد.

برای اطلاعات بیشتر به استرالیا بین المللی آموزش و پرورش مرکز بوداپست

AIEC

Jun
30

Sydney is a great place to study at university, live and work. Our world-class universities, plus our relaxed lifestyle and wonderful climate, make NSW a destination of choice for students from around the world.

 

 

Our winning combination of quality teaching, groundbreaking research and career-oriented training has seen Sydney develop a strong reputation as one of the world’s foremost educational cities.

 

At our 11 NSW universities, students study courses including medicine, law, ICTengineeringsciencecommerce, humanities and the arts, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

 

Maintaining the highest standards

 

The NSW Government formed the Premier’s Council on International Education comprising representatives of the industry, both public and private, as well as students, to help maintain the highest standards of international education in our State.

 

A wide range of on-campus clubs and organisations offer all students the opportunity to pursue their cultural, social and entertainment interests.

 

 

Jun
16

Az  Ausztrál vendéglátás és konyhaművészet nem hivatalos fővárosa Melbourne: éttermek, kávézók , fesztiválok és a legjobb iskolák, ha vendéglátást, turizmust szeretnél tanulni.

Melbourneben  jut a legtöbb kávézó és étterem egy-egy lakosra – ez diákként számtalan munkalehetőséget jelent, szakmai végzettséggel a zsebedben a legjobbaktól tanulhatsz, és szerezhetsz még több szakmai tapasztalatot, hogy biztos és sikeres karriert kezdj bárhol a világon.

 

 

Immár 20 éve, minden évben megrendezik a Melbourne étel- és borfesztivált. Márciusban három héten keresztül több mint 200 különböző program várja az ételek és borok szerelmeseit éttermekben, parkokban, tetőkertekben…mindenhol- Melbourneben és vidékén.

Az esemény Ausztráliából és a világ minden tájáról vonzza a látogatókat és résztvevőket. Ünnepelt sztárséfek, világhíres éttermek, díjnyertes borászok és borok és ínyencségek várnak mindenkit-tökéletes hely, hogy megtanulja bárki a szakma titkait.

Diákként:

 

  • egy izgalmas, multikulturális és biztonságos város közepén
  • kitűnő szakemberektől
  • a legmodernebben felszerelt tankonyhákban tanulhatsz
  • folyamatos és személyre szabott segítséget kapsz az iskolától bármilyen kérdésben
  • olyan tudást, tapasztalatot szerezhetsz, ami segít sikeres karriert építeni

 

Tanulmány Szakácsművészet Vendéglátás és Bor Melbourne-ben és Ausztráliában.

Aug
07
Neden BKF?
 

Gerçekçi fiyatlarla mesleki bilgi!  Türk Öğrenciler için düşük fiyatlar, yillik EUR3000>

Benzersiz kariyer seçenekleri: Bizim Macar mezunlarının % 72.5 3 ay içinde iş bulmak.

 

Tanınmış uzman personel: ünlü akademisyenlerin yanı sıra, en iyi iş uzmanları da bizim ders ekibine silah altına alınmaktadır.

Avusturya, Belçika, Kanada, Çek Cumhuriyeti, İngiltere, Fransa, Almanya, İtalya, Litvanya, Lüksemburg, Hollanda, Polonya, Portekiz, Romanya, İspanya, İsveç, İsviçre, Türkiye, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri’nde geniş uluslararası değişim programları aracılığıyla Yabancı maruz kalma , diğer ülkelerin ve giderek artan sayıda.

Canlı öğrenci hayatı!Kayak kampları, geziler, turlar, pub turları, Öğrenci Birliği tarafından düzenlenen partiler, fotoğraf kulübü ve diğer şaşırtıcı programları yükler …

Modern binalar, hoş bir atmosfer, 400’den fazla bilgisayar istasyonları ile up-to-dakikalık teknolojileri, bir dil laboratuarı, bir ses stüdyosu, bir radyo ve televizyon stüdyosu, akıllı tahta, bir multimedya kütüphane ve bütün alan ücretsiz WiFi erişimi kampüs.

Nagy Lajos Király Street kampüsünde ana bina ve Egressy Yol kampüsün yeşil banliyö atmosfer çalışma ve dinlenme amaçlı hem de sakin ve huzurlu bir ortam sağlamak ve Park: Şehrin merkezinde yeşil kuşak.

Yerinde okul kitapçı ve ücretsiz referans kütüphanesi!

Kolay erişim! Tüm İmkanları ana toplu taşıma merkezlerinden kolayca ulaşabilirsiniz.

  • Uluslararası Iş Lisans
  • Turizm Ve Catering Lisans
  • Ticaret Ve Pazarlama Lisans
  • Televizyon Ve üretim Sanat Lisans
  • Medya Tasarım Lisans
  • Iş Ve Yönetim Alanında Lisans
  • Iletişim Ve Medya çalışmaları Alanında Lisans
  • Grafik Tasarım Lisans
  • Fotoğrafta Lisans
  • Film Ve Medya çalışmaları Alanında Lisans
  • El Sanatları Yılında Lisans
  • Animasyon Lisans
 
 

İletişim Andrew Smith AIEC Budapeşte aiecquest (@) gmail.com

 
Apr
23

Macaristan’ın sistemli eğitim politikası sayesinde her yıl daha fazla öğrenci Macaristan’a okumaya gelmektedir. Diğer Batı ülkelerinden farklı olarak başlangıç daha çok kolaylaştırılıp teşvik edildiğinden 40’tan fazla milletten öğrenci Macar üniversitelerine devam etmekte. Macaristan’da devlet üniversiteleri kadar özel üniversite de mevcuttur.

Budapeşte'de Dil Kursu ve Üniversite Hazırlık

Duna College Budapest

Güvenli, ucuz, kaliteli yaşam tarzı ve İngilizce ile uluslararası eğitim.

İngilizce kursu ve üniversiteye hazırlık.

  • Bilimleri Öncesi Tıp Tarım, Tıp ve Bilim.
  • Teknik Bilimler Ön Mühendislik Saf bilim ve Mühendislik.
  • Beşeri Bilimler ve Sanat Bilimleri Öncesi İktisat İşletme, Yönetim, Hukuk, Sanat, Dil çalışmaları ve Turizm.
  • İngiliz Dili
  • Grafik ve Resim Sanat Diploması
  • İç Tasarım Sanat Diploması.
Aug
26
Güvenli, ucuz, kaliteli yaşam tarzı ve İngilizce ile uluslararası eğitim.
Study in Beautiful Budapest

Budapest Chain Bridge and Castle Hill at Night

İngilizce kursu ve üniversiteye hazırlık.
  1. Bilimleri Öncesi Tıp Tarım, Tıp ve Bilim.
  2. Teknik Bilimler Ön Mühendislik Saf bilim ve Mühendislik.
  3. Beşeri Bilimler ve Sanat Bilimeri Öncesi İktisat İşletme, Yönetim, Hukuk, Sanat, Dil çalışmaları ve Turizm.
  4. İngiliz Dili
  5. Grafik ve Resim Sanat Diploması
  6. İç Tasarım Sanat Diploması
Macar üniversiteleri dahil Semmelweis Medical University, Budapest Technical University, Budapest University of Applied Sciences ve Slovakia Comenius University Bratislava,  Jessenius Martin Tıp Fakültesi Martin’de.
Tıbbi disiplinler: Genel Tıp, Diş Hekimliği, Eczane, Fizyoterapi, Veteriner
Mühendislik disiplinleri:   Bilgisayar ve Bilişim, Sivil, Mekanik, Kimyasal, Mimari, Elektronik
Ekonomik ve Beşeri Bilimler: Uluslararası İş, Iş Idaresi, MBA, Sanat Diploma
Oct
03

Impact English College Najboljši jezikovni tečaj v Melbournu, Impact angleščini College CRICOS 02995B.

Specializirani smo za izobraževanje v angleškem jeziku, splošno angleščini, IELTS in univerzitetni priprava, poslovna angleščina, Cambridge FCE in CAE izpit tečaje, in TESOL (usposabljanje učiteljev) tečajev za osnovna znanja v angleščini.

Barista / Café angleški in angleško tečaj za Bartending za študente, da pridobijo kvalifikacije, delovne izkušnje in znanje jezikov pri iskanju zaposlitve takoj.

Zakaj Impact?

  • Manjše razrede – povprečno 12 z največ 15
  • Nacionalno priznane Tečaji
  • Stroga samo v angleščini politike
  • Praktični / realnem življenju angleščini učnih programov
  • Stalno ocenjevanje
  • Usposobljeni in izkušeni učitelji, ki so navdušeni in se zavezali k izboljšanju vaše
  • Odlična državljanstvo mix
  • Širok spekter tečajev
  • Dejavnosti
  • Great objektov
  • Posamezne akademsko in osebno svetovanje

Impact English College Melbourne website (AIEC can offer special lower prices to Slovenians).

Več informacij, Sn. AIEC v Budimpešti Australian International Education Centre , Andrew Smith.

Jul
21
 
Travel and Tourism Informacije za Perth Western Australia.  AIEC QUEST Australian International Education Centre “Aussie Specialists” in pomagala avstralska študija kandidate vseh starosti, brez posvetovanja z taksa niti skritih stroškov, z informacijami, nasveti, svetovanje, študije in vloge za izdajo vizuma, plus potovanja in nastanitve pomoč.
 

Izobraževanje AIEC partnerji v Perth za angleščino, poklicni in univerzitetni:

 

ETI WA Izobraževanje in usposabljanje Mednarodno Perth Western Australia (prej TAFE WA) poklicnih kvalifikacij, obrti izobraževanje, znanje in izkušnje za zaposlitev ali nadaljnje študije na univerzi CRICOS 00020G, 01723A, 00463B, 00465M

 

Migracije kvalificiranih delavcev Western Australia, regionalni Sponsored migracije shema, delodajalci, zahteve angleškem jeziku, poslovni migracije, Pogosta vprašanja in
Viri.

 

Več informacij se obrnite Andrew Smith (B. Bus. & M. Ed.) AIEC Australian International Education Centre Budapest .

Oct
18

Following is an article about international students in the UK and their experience, immigration and human development.

 

From The Guardian Education Meet the global students ‘International students in the UK: who are they really?

Myths and stereotypes abound, but we seldom hear the voices of students who’ve come to the UK from around the world.  Around 18% of all students in UK higher education came from other countries in 2012-13, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa), and OECD statistics show that the UK attracts a large proportion of international students globally, with a market share of around 13% in 2011 second only to the US on 16.5%.

Nevertheless, international students themselves remain an enigma: while they are presented as a range of stereotypes by the media, it’s rare that we hear about their experiences first hand.

We hear stories about vast wealth – that they are coming from the Middle East, Asia, the US, Russia and India to rent luxury London apartments for £1,000 per week, and are spending tens of thousands on private tuition for exam resits.

At the other end of the spectrum, we hear about poor students being “ripped off by bogus colleges” and the Daily Mail carries reports about those feigning student status to“illegally work for five-figure salaries and claim benefits”.

As the largest group of migrants from outside the EU, international students are also dragged into the immigration debate, with politicians arguing about whether they should be included in statistics on migrant numbers.

The hurdles they have to overcome to gain student status are rarely touched on in the media.

Despite this, a report by Mark Field MP for British Future finds that students are among the most popular migrants in the UK, with 59% of the public agreeing that the government shouldn’t cut international student numbers.

This may be partly because they contribute a huge amount to our universities and economy – the government estimated that in 2011-12, international students contributed £3.9bn in tuition fees after scholarships and £6.3bn in living expenses…

 

 

….. Chinese students were the largest group of international students studying in the UK from 2012-2013, making up almost a fifth of the total, according to data released by HESA this year.

Indian students were the second largest group, comprising 5.3% of international students, despite their number declining by around 25% since 2011-2012, according to Hefce, coinciding with visa changes.

Around 3.4% came from Germany – the largest number of students from another EU country, despite both France and Ireland being geographically closer. France and Ireland still make the top ten though, with close to 3% of our international students coming from each country.

We’ve interviewed a student from each of these countries to find out what life’s really like as an international student at a UK university.

Expect confessions about craving native cuisines, criticisms of British attitudes towards alcohol and “lad culture”, and find out which country’s teenage girls bring suitcases of their own sanitary towels to the UK.

 

 

Good article, and unlike Australia where neither the mainstream media nor the international education sector have anything good to say (publicly) about international students, who have become a ‘political football’.

Every perceived negative issue is blamed on international students and/or other ‘immigrants’ whether population growth, ‘runaway’ immigration (by deeming temps in the NOM as ‘immigrants’, i.e. negative connotation), visa fraud, unemployment, rising property prices, education quality, taking local student places etc. etc..

Not only does this display xenophobic tendencies, but also a distinct lack of clear thinking and critical analysis in media and society.

An opinion without evidence or distorted data is not a correlation, let alone direct causal link, leading to what Vince Cable describes as a ‘torrid and emotional’ debate.

If one looks at where the sources of information and memes come from they are the same, the John Tanton nativist network emanating from the USA and its journal the intellectual fulcrum ‘The Social Contract Press’.

It’s work (and perceived credibility) is carried out by supporters who are demographers and related academics in universities and think tanks, and right wing ‘environmentalists’ (pretending to be of the left). In the UK this is Population Matters and in Australia it is Sustainable Population Australia and Monash University’s CPUR.  They produce regular media releases citing ‘research’ concluding that ‘immigrants’ including international students are bad for the nation, which is then transmitted as fact by mainstream media, i.e. ‘dog whistling’.

Worst in Australia is that these ‘memes’ are never challenged and are taken at face value by both left and right, while demonising international students and other immigrants.  However, the techniques should be familiar as they have been used by neo cons, and the Kremlin…… a meeting of minds that crosses political divides.

Oct
12

Műegyetemi Állásbörze és Külügyi Börze a BME-n AIEC Ausztrál Nemzetközi Oktatási Központ Budapest

Külügyi Börze – Szeretsz utazni? Szeretnél külföldön tanulni, bulizni vagy szakmai gyakorlaton részt venni? Ha igen, akkor gyere el a BME Külügyi Börzére! A BME Hallgatói Külügyi Testület 13-ik alkalommal rendezi meg a Külügyi Börzét, melynek célja, hogy összegyűjtse a külföldi ösztöndíjakat, szakmai gyakorlatokat, pályázati és utazási lehetőségeket.

Idén újra Külügyi Börze!

BME Külügyi Börze, immáron 13. alkalommal!Idén is igyekeztünk a kedvetekben járni és a legjobb külföldi lehetőségeket gyűjtöttük össze a számotokra, melyeket személyesen tekinthettek meg október 15-16-án, a BME K épületének II. emeletén.

Több mint 40 kiállító vár Titeket számtalan, jobbnál jobb lehetőséggel, többek között szemezgethettek külföldi szakmai gyakorlatok és munkák között, valamint aki már a következő nyarát tervezi, nálunk ezt is megteheti, hiszen nem egy nyári utazásról kaphat bővebb információt!

Természetesen idén is értékes ajándékok találnak gazdára! További információért kövessétek Facebook oldalunkat és csatlakozz az eseményhez!

Állásbörze – A magas kiállítói és látogatói létszámból adódóan az szervezők az idei őszi börze alkalmával kiemelt gondot fordítottak arra, hogy a lehető legjobban megkönnyítsék a három szintből álló kiállítói téren való tájékozódást. A helyszínre érkezőket felkészült angyalcsapat várja, akik az adott látogató végzettségét, nyelvtudását és egyéb kompetenciáit figyelembe véve, célirányosan azokhoz a kiállítókhoz irányítják az álláskeresőket, akik számukra érdekes szakmai ajánlatokkal vannak jelen a rendezvényen.

Az épületben való tájékozódást ez alkalommal egy informatikai eszköz is segíti: az interaktív és professzionális MapStack mobilalkalmazás nem csupán a helyszíni térképet tartalmazza, hanem útvonaltervezésre is képes, sőt arra is lehetőséget biztosít a kiállítóknak, hogy az alkalmazás segítségével folyamatosan friss információval lássák el a látogatókat.

A szervezők arról is gondoskodtak, hogy az egyetem távolabbi épületeiből érkező látogatók is gyorsan és kényelmesen eljussanak a rendezvényre: a börze mindkét napján ingyenes buszjáratok indulnak 20 percenként a BME „I” épületétől az állásbörzének helyszínt biztosító „K” épület felé.

AIEC Ausztrál Nemzetközi Oktatási Központ Budapest, cégünk elsõsorban olyan diákoknak tud segítséget nyújtani, akiket ausztráliai nyelvtanfolyamok, szakképzések, fõiskolai és egyetemi képzések érdekelnek. Australian International Education Centre.  Az ausztrál háttér és a magyar tanácsadás biztosítja hogy diákjaink hozzájutnak minden információhoz, amire szükségük lehet.

Cégünk elsõsorban olyan diákoknak tud segítséget nyújtani, akiket ausztráliai nyelvtanfolyamok, szakképzések, fõiskolai és egyetemi képzések érdekelnek.  A külföldi tanulás értékes szakmai végzettséget adhat számodra, tágíthatja a gondolkodásodat és fejlesztheti az önbizalmadat. Az AIEC INGYENES és FÜGGETLEN tanácsadása révén mindezt elérheted.

Az AIEC szoros kapcsolatban áll számos, nagy hírnevû Ausztrál oktatási intézménnyel, amelyek sokszor különbözõ kedvezményeket ajánlanak fel diákjaink számára, így az AIEC-n kereszül olcsóbban tanulhatsz.

Oct
11

There have always been issues with schools and universities promoting and recruiting directly, whether on direct online or via a recruitment event, and clear analysis of how students found an institution (often more personal preferences vs corporate objectives).  Further, there is the other question, why are not others finding you?

Why do most international marketing managers focus upon the ever decreasing physical empirical field for international student recruitment via ‘distribution of marketing materials’, and ignore the increasing, now 90%+ that are online, job preservation or complacency?

In international education recruitment and marketing, schools and their agent partners can be in competition with each other or top down exemplified by ‘agent management’, yet the relationship is much more important, but why has it not been recognised?  In addition to schools and agents, students and related communities need to connect, not just to inform good marketing and quality, but to drive good SEO including linked up websites and social media, to attract the right candidates, all year round (9/10 doing generic searches).

While schools, agents and students must interact for feedback and multilingual marketing content to inform good SEO and keyword search, there is a solution to the direct booking issue.  Schools and universities can simply use an affiliate system with their contracted agents through affiliate buttons on agent websites that allow direct enquiry and booking, with a reduced commission.

 

From ICEF Monitor:

Keyword research: Matching intent with results.  Somebody types a few words into a search box somewhere in the world and the process begins.

A prospective student is searching online, trying to find the right university or school, but how is he searching? What information is most important to him? What terms does he use and how can you find your way through the staggering volumes of search activity, advertising, and user behaviour to find and engage with this prospective student? More to the point, how can he find you?

It is well established that student search and information gathering is moving online, a shift that has become more pronounced in even just the past two or three years. The BBC recently quoted Harry Walker, education industry head at Google, who said, “The Internet is playing an ever increasing role in the decision making. Students are online searching and consuming content in all forms when they are deciding whether or not to go to university and deciding which universities to apply for.”

Education-related search activity continues to go up every year, and it remains reliably true that “non-branded search queries” account for a large proportion of overall search volumes. Google reports that 9 in 10 prospective students don’t know which school they want to attend at the onset of the search process and they reflect this non-brand orientation in their search behaviour, relying instead on queries for specific programmes or fields of study, specific levels of study or credentials, geographic queries, or other broadly structured search requests.

The implication of this is that while some students may be asking for your university or school by name, many others will not. And that is where serious reflection, research, and strategy around the terms that students use when searching becomes so important…

 

From Study Travel Magazine:

Direct Bookings. Direct bookings are a contentious issue for many agents and have resulted in some refusing to work with schools that aggressively pursue such recruitment stategies in their markets. Bethan Norris investigates.

The issue of direct bookings is an important one for many agencies, who can find that their hard work in counselling a student goes to waste when the student books directly with the school. Since the growth of the internet and the ease of online booking systems, this problem has become more acute than it was in the past. Silvia Stocker, Managing Director of Australia & New Zealand Travel in Paraguay, explains, “I have had my agency now for over 30 years, when the internet did not exist we [could make a] good profit. Since internet selling has existed, some months it is really hard to earn the money we need to continue our business.”

In a survey conducted by Study Travel Magazine of 28 education providers around the world, 93 per cent of them said that they do accept direct bookings from students. And it is certainly hard to suggest a blanket ban on the practice in an age when any student can conduct their own internet research on where to study without the help of a third party.

As in most business dealings between agents and schools in the study abroad industry, communication and personal relationships are key. Most schools recognise that actively courting direct bookings in markets where they have active agents is likely to cause bad feelings and deter future agency business, while most agencies recognise that schools are unlikely to turn down the occasional direct booking that comes their way. 

Serious problems, therefore mainly seem to arise when schools forget their dependence on the work of agents and actively start marketing their courses directly in the source country. In these circumstances, it is hardly surprising that in some cases, business relationships get terminated for good….

Suggestions or recommendation on how to drive sustainable and long term international education marketing, communications and recruitment strategy could include:

  1.  Asking direct enquirers how they found the school e.g. which websites?
  2.  Refer enquirers to local partner agent who have higher probability of closing application, and assisting with visa, accommodation etc., in their language, and can vet candidates.
  3.  For newly enrolled students ask for feedback on their welfare both study and social, then which online and other channels they used to inform their decision.  Feedback in their language can be used for blogs and other social media as ‘branded marketing content’ for use of the school and agent partners in SEO.
  4.  Schools can see clearly from Google Analytics country/city traffic, but more enlightening is the language traffic and search words used which attracts relevant speakers to their website, from all over the world to include the target youth and students already abroad.
  5.  Those agent partners can also use affiliate system buttons on their websites etc., if a student chooses to go direct (system will register directs).
  6.  Google Analytics will also show referrers e.g. agent websites, social media, directories etc.

As job descriptions for marketing and or international managers have not kept up with technology and especially SEO, they may not realise how dependent they are upon the ‘digital juice’ for better SEO, provided by their agent partners through back links.

If a school does not cooperate with agents, e.g. preference for investing in one off recruitment events at great expense (nor analysed for outcomes), while ignoring the effective SEO supporting web searches provided by agents, while accepting direct enquiries or bookings, there is a simple solution for agents.

Each school has a degree of online visibility if they are being found direct, or via agent websites, however, if an agent partner removes all links and social media re. the school, the aforementioned school can slip from view…… then no longer attract direct enquiries or bookings….

If schools do not have the systems to analyse the above, then the message is they view their own partners agents as competition?

For more resources and information about digital SEO marketing for international education student recruitment click through to AIEC website.

Oct
08

From Campus Daily News Australia on difficulties faced by international student graduate work rights and immigration

 

Education in the school of hard knocks:

International students want to work in Australia after graduation and many hope to immigrate, but as the report of a study from Deakin and UTS academics demonstrates, both options are not easily achieved. The report is based on a longitudinal survey of nursing, engineering and accounting students who studied at unnamed universities plus interviews with university staff and employers. And it should be read at any university where growth in international business is assumed.

The report quotes graduates worried immigration requirements can change and depressed when they find permanent residency does not make job hunting easier. Understandably so; “employers are looking for graduates who will easily transition into the workplace, who will not only be hardworking and productive employers but who will also be able to maintain good relationships with staff and clients.

While many employers mobilised a discourse about the values of diversity, hiring an international graduate was often perceived as too risky in the current climate,” the report states.

It raises (but does not endorse) three areas where universities could improve their international graduates’ chances, embedding English language teaching in courses, teaching the so-called ‘soft skills’, teamwork, interpersonal communications and the like and helping them prepare for job hunting.

However it makes clear that the challenge for international graduates extends beyond their own education and abilities. “There is substantial evidence to suggest that by and large, employers would prefer to hire a domestic graduate than an international graduate.”

 

There are many factors impacting international education marketing and the international student experience in Australia and elsewhere.  These include factors in universities’ external environment such as negative (or panicked/wedged) government policy and media reporting being driven by nativist philosophy and attitudes, while little if any positive news about international education emerges in Australia or the region, in mainstream media.

This is represented by Bob Birrell at CPUR Monash University (‘Australia’s best demographer’ according to Bob Carr) whose ‘research’ revolves round finding fault with foreigners, always, and using multiple proxy issues simultaneously, which are then transmitted by mainstream media (plus several politicians and advocates such as Sustainable Population Australia); becoming ‘memes’ or simply accepted as fact.

These memes or criticisms include sub-par English language skills, unable to assimilate, excluding domestic students, taking jobs off the (youth) unemployed, being given visas and automatic permanent immigration, causing high population growth, temporaries such as students in the NOM net overseas migration described as ‘immigrants’, over loading infrastructure, raising property prices etc. etc..

It’s no surprise the same memes have been appearing in UK media and politics via Population Matters UK, although the difference in the UK is that politicians are challenging the obsession with NOM and its impact upon international education.  However, the driving source of ‘green washing of nativism’ is the same, the John Tanton Network and The Social Contract Press which emerged in (post segregation/zero population growth movement) in the USA with whom Birrell, SPA and Population Matters are inextricably linked….. although they tend not to admit it….. for good reason.

 

For more news, research and information about international education, population growth, immigration and human development click through.

Oct
06

Turizmus vendéglátás szakács szakmai képzés Ausztráliában.  Az  Ausztrál vendéglátás és konyhaművészet nem hivatalos fővárosa Melbourne: éttermek, kávézók , fesztiválok és a legjobb iskolák, ha vendéglátást, turizmust szeretnél tanulni.

Melbourneben jut a legtöbb kávézó és étterem egy-egy lakosra – ez diákként számtalan munkalehetőséget jelent, szakmai végzettséggel a zsebedben a legjobbaktól tanulhatsz, és szerezhetsz még több szakmai tapasztalatot, hogy biztos és sikeres karriert kezdj bárhol a világon.

 

 

Szakmai képzés Ausztráliában Oktatás szakmai program szakmai gyakorlat.   Az  Ausztrál vendéglátás és konyhaművészet nem hivatalos fővárosa Melbourne: éttermek, kávézók , fesztiválok és a legjobb iskolák, ha vendéglátást, turizmust szeretnél tanulni.

Az idegenforgalommal, turizmussal foglalkozó képzés az egyik legnépszerűbb a hallgatók körében minden évben, amire igen jó indok, hogy olyan képzést nyújt elvégzőinek, amellyel igen széles körben, számos területen tudnak állást vállalni, ráadásul egy kihívásokkal teli, kreativitást és odaadást igénylő szakmában.

Elsősorban azok számára igazán ideális ezt a képzést választani, akik kifejezetten jól kommunikálnak és szeretnek is emberekkel foglalkozni, akik szeretik, ha minden nap új feladatokat kell megoldaniuk, új kihívásokkal megküzdeniük. Olyanok számára, akik kiváló szervezői képességekkel bírnak, akik szeretik és jól is beszélik az idegen nyelveket.

A képzést elvégző szakemberek az országban bárhol elhelyezkedhetnek akár utazásszervezőkként, turisztikai tanácsadóként, rendezvényszervezőként, települések vagy akár egész térségek turisztikai menedzsereiként, akár az állami turizmusirányításban is. Ugyanígy munkát vállalhatnak gyógy- és wellnessfürdőkben, szállodákban, vendéglátó-ipari egységekben, de sokan vannak azok is, akik saját vállalkozásuk élén próbálnak szerencsét eredményesen. Mindehhez a turizmus-vendéglátás szak kiváló alapokat ad, amelyekre az ilyen irányú érdeklődéssel bírók bátran építkezhetnek életük során.

 

Tanulmány angol szakács kurzus és munka Melbourne.

 

Multikulturális élhető város – Melbourne 

Melbourne lehet, hogy Asztrália leghidegebb városa, de mégis a világon immár többszörösen, négyszer is a legélhetőbb. Melbourne Ausztrália kulturálisan legjobban megosztott városa, rengeteg a bevándorló, a Viktoriában élők felének bevándoroltak a szüleik. Vajon a multikulturalizmus játszik-e szerepet az élhetőség szempontjából. Melbourne a világ legélhetőbb városa. Kiderült, melyikvárosban a legjobb élni. A brit The Economist készítette el a szokásos listáját. Nincs meglepetés: ugyanaz lett a legélhetőbb metropolisz, amely már tavaly is az élen végzett. Sőt az előtt is.

Immár 20 éve, minden évben megrendezik a Melbourne étel- és borfesztivált. Márciusban három héten keresztül több mint 200 különböző program várja az ételek és borok szerelmeseit éttermekben, parkokban, tetőkertekben…mindenhol- Melbourneben és vidékén.  Az esemény Ausztráliából és a világ minden tájáról vonzza a látogatókat és résztvevőket. Ünnepelt sztárséfek, világhíres éttermek, díjnyertes borászok és borok és ínyencségek várnak mindenkit-tökéletes hely, hogy megtanulja bárki a szakma titkait.

Lehetséges szakmák listája ‘Job Outlook’

Pultos és kávépincér, Kávézó- és étteremvezető, Konyhafőnök, Szakács, Gyorséttermi szakács, Hotel  és motel vezető, konyhai kisegítő, borász, pincer.

Az AIEC Budapest segít megtalálni a megfelelő angol kurzust, szakmai képzést, továbbtanulási lehetőséget; segít kialakítani, megtervezni a lehető legjobb, személyre szabott, közép- és hosszú távú karriert, életpályát!

Oct
05

International education articles about using technology to reach international students to inform recruitment and SEO search engine optimisation for course search:

 

From The Pie News Update and expand overseas recruitment urges WES.  Universities in the US are missing out on increasing overseas students by not taking a campus-wide approach to their recruitment strategies according to World Education Services (WES). The organisation has also suggested overhauling digital marketing campaigns that are some five years behind the user habits of target student groups.  Based on a survey of 4,800 international degree-seeking applicants, WES found that current students, alumni and faculty exert the most influence on Millennial (17-36 years old) students’ choice for overseas higher education.

“These are the groups of people which are completely under appreciated and under utilised in recruitment strategies,” commented Rahul Choudaha Chief Knowledge Officer & Senior Director of Strategic Development at WES.

“This is one of those wake up calls. We’ve developed recruitment strategies and there are these stakeholders which can really facilitate the process but we keep them outside.”

 

 

Recommendations from article Bridge the digital divide to recruit mobile students in University World News.  Based on the research, WES recommend three primary actions to effectively recruit international Millennials:

Adapt to students’ technology use. “Fifty-six percent of Millennials used a smartphone to search for and apply to US colleges or universities, suggesting mobile devices play a large role in their prospect-to-application journey,” says the report.

It recommends that institutions devise a digital strategy – for example, making websites more mobile-friendly for international enrolment management.

Embrace the power of network marketing. A collective university network exerts the biggest influence on Millennial students’ decision-making processes, followed by family, according to the report, and institutions need to bear this very much in mind when conveying their value proposition.

“First, admissions officers, faculty, current students and alumni comprise a cohesive university network; institutions need to form strategic relationships with these stakeholders and use them to interact with prospective students,” the report says.

“Second, families should be an integral part of outreach efforts. For example, institutions can invite students’ families to networking events and deliver e-newsletter to families, in addition to other measures.”

Tailor content to communicate the institution’s value proposition to students. Despite being digitally active, international Millennials are more likely to consume online content than produce it. “This highlights the importance of an institution’s role in generating relevant content to attract this audience.”

Further points that are important include using student feedback to inform both welfare, education quality and marketing, especially SEO for which multilingual student feedback can be used for digital content (in addition to Google Analytics).

The survey sees a role for ‘outbound’ recruitment officers etc., however this precludes the use or coordination of SEO or inbound marketing to attract candidates, and for organic business development in potential markets, based upon on campus feedback.

This is exemplified by focusing upon individuals, agencies, entities or influencers, which is fine, but ignoring the digital resources each possess that can be leveraged for SEO, and all year round visibility to the relevant candidates.

In summary, the candidates who have found you can be helpful, but what about all the prospective candidates who have not?

For more information and resources about international education digital marketing and SEO click through.

Oct
03

Series of article headlines from The FT on UK Immigration:

 

Immigration helps wages and employment, study finds.  Immigration leads to higher pay for native workers, while emigration causes lower wages for those left behind, according to a new study of migration in rich countries.

As immigrants are in general more educated than native workers, their influx is “likely to create more opportunities for the receiving economy”, wrote researchers in an article published in The Economic Journal, an academic publication…

….. It comes against a backdrop of mounting uneasiness with immigration from politicians across Europe, North America and Australia, who have lambasted the supposedly negative effect of mass immigration upon low-skilled workers.

Contrary to what politicians claim, however, “the main negative effect [of migration] . . . arises from the emigration of the highly skilled natives”, said Caglar Ozden, an economist at the World Bank and a co-author of the study…

…English speaking countries hoovered up the majority of university-educated workers, with the US, Canada, Australia and the UK accounting for roughly three-quarters of all graduate immigrants, according to Mr Ozden….’

 

‘Cooper to scrap net migration measurement.  The UK Labour party has admitted for the first time that it will scrap the Conservatives’ target to reduce net migration below 100,000 if it wins next year’s general election, in a move that risks alienating Britons concerned about increasing flows of migrants to the UK…

….. “We would not have a net migration target because choosing net migration to focus on is the wrong thing,” the shadow home secretary told delegates. “We think immediately what should happen is that students, international university students, should be taken out of the net migration target straight away.”’

 

Skilled migrant cap has damaging effect on UK recovery, says Cable.  Vince Cable, the Liberal Democrat business secretary, has called on his Conservative coalition colleagues to scrap their cap on skilled worker visas, after it emerged that business demand is on track to exceed the 20,700 a year limit for the first time since it was introduced three years ago.

Mr Cable has written to Theresa May, home secretary, warning that restrictions on workers from outside the EU are beginning to damage the recovery. “I believe the time has come to remove this barrier to British growth,” he wrote.’

 

Begs the question, why or how has the NOM net overseas migration target become so important in UK and Australia thus impacting immigration, youth mobility, international education etc. under the guise of sustainable population?

For more news articles and report about international education, immigration, population growth and human development click through.

Sep
29

Wanted Down Under BBC Australian Immigration tv documentary series in which British families are given a look at life in Australia ahead of possible migration:

‘A life-changing decision.  Every year, around fifty thousand British people take the leap and move to Australia or New Zealand in search of a better life. That’s roughly three Boeing 747 jumbo jets departing the UK every week full of people looking to make a fresh start on the other side of the world!

 

 

Australia and New Zealand are frequently ranked as two of the best countries in the world to live in. We’re attracted by the promise of sun-kissed beaches, stunning scenery and an idyllic outdoor lifestyle down under. But the move doesn’t always work out – each year around a third of people who made the move return back to the UK. 

So the decision to move 10,000 miles away to the other side of the world isn’t one that can be taken lightly. For some, emigrating will mean giving up everything and everyone they love at home in the UK.

Then there are the unknown elements of life down under – will the finances work? Will securing a good job be possible? Is it really possible to achieve that dream house by the beach? 

Weighing up the pros and cons of such a move means facing a massive dilemma.

Wanted Down Under helps families and couples from across the UK make this life changing decision.  In each episode, a couple or family are given a week long taste of what life down under could really offer.

They’re given the opportunity to compare work, property, lifestyle and the cost of living in Australia or New Zealand with that in the UK, before watching often heart – breaking messages from loved ones at home.  

Then, it’s decision time as they face that life-changing moment – whether their future lies in the UK or down under.

 

For more information about immigration and living in Australia click through.

Sep
28

News report about apprentices and vocational education trades training in Germany:

German apprentices are becoming harder to find.  Problem caused by the strong economy and low birth rate.

BERLIN — A growing number of entrepreneurs in Germany are resorting to drastic measures such as doubling salaries because each year fewer young people sign up for apprenticeships, typically three-year programs for 16-year-olds who want to learn a trade rather than go on to higher education.

 

 

Once these programs were regarded as a respectable start into working life for school leavers and a fundamental pillar of Germany’s diversified economy. The German system has also been praised abroad because of its emphasis on both theoretical and practical training, with apprentices often taking one week off each month to attend school.

Recent figures showed almost 120,000 vacant apprenticeships in Germany. That’s about 14,500 more unfilled places than 2013, the sharpest yearly increase in recent history.

The problem is partly caused by Germany’s strong economy and low birth rate, resulting in demand for new apprentices outstripping the number who enter the workforce each year. This has kept Germany’s youth unemployment enviably low at a time when other European countries are struggling mightily to create jobs. Some 4% of young Germans are without work, compared with 20.8% in Spain and an EU average of 9.8%.

Germany’s strong labour market has also compounded a long-term trend for school pupils to continue their education at university in the hope of earning a higher salary.

The number of Germans at university topped 2.2 million in 2012, about twice the number 30 years earlier.  Meanwhile, the number of people in vocational training dropped to around 1.4 million in 2012 compared with 1.7 million in 1980.

The problem is particularly acute in professions that are physically demanding or seen as low status. These include skilled manufacturing jobs, plumbers, butchers and cooks, where first-year apprentices can receive as little as 480 euros ($620) a month…..’

 

Ironically many choosing higher education not only face higher fees and debt (in many countries), significant graduate unemployment, but also less competitive salaries.  Further, over the medium long term with ageing (permanent) populations, we will see further reliance upon education and training pathways with immigration outcomes for international candidates, albeit against ‘nativist’ headwinds.

 

For more information about apprenticeships, technical, vocational, trades, education, training, employment and careers click through.

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