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Posts Tagged ‘migration

Study Work Travel Live Melbourne Victoria World’s Most Liveable City

April 18, 2012

Study Work and Live in Melbourne Australia. Melbourne is a sophisticated, stylish and cosmopolitan city, which offers international students a high quality education and lifestyle experience. Melbourne’s culture is unique – a non-stop celebration of fashion, food, sport and entertainment, shopping, history and heritage, the arts and good living. It’s not surprising that its people […]

Australia Population Net Overseas Migration Falling

June 23, 2011

Population growth goes off the boil. The three-year trend of slowing population growth from the 2008 peak continued in 2010 as more of us died and net overseas migration dived….. ….Thus while various politicians were jumping on the anti-migration band wagon during last year’s election, we were already stepping back from a brief surge to […]

Voyage travail-études en Australie

May 5, 2011

AIEC QUEST Australian International Education Centre Europe, Budapest, provides independent information, advice and assistance with Australian study, applications, visa, travel, accommodation and more. *Anglais avec un travail assuré dans les régions tropicales Territoire du Nord Darwin *Professionnelle des métiers de formation menant à l’occupation ANZSCO aptes à l’emploi d’essai *Préparation anglais et universitaire avec entrée […]

Informacije za useljenike o nastanjivanju u Australiji

June 21, 2010

Informacije za useljenike o nastanjivanju u Australiji Informacije za useljenike o nastanjivanju u Australiji. Čestitamo Vam na odluci da se uselite u Australiju. Želimo Vam sve najbolje i nadamo se da ćete biti sretni u svojoj novoj domovini. Ovaj obrazac pruža kratak sažetak stvari koje biste trebali uvažiti kad se pripremate za novi život u […]

Australian Overseas Student Numbers Fall

April 30, 2010

AUSTRALIA’S $18 billion-a-year foreign students business is under pressure, with applications from its biggest market, China, forecast to plunge by as much as half for some universities and colleges. The country’s second-biggest export sector after resources is quickly losing market share to the US and Britain due to soaring costs and uncertain government policies, a […]

Fear or fact? The Australian Migration Population Debate

April 12, 2010

Open Borders Free passage of people may be a liberal ideal but democracy gets in the way. SOME Liberals, and even a few on the Labor side, regard the Centre for Independent Studies as the repository of their deepest yearnings, offering prospects of uninhibited ideological pleasures, if only voters weren’t watching. But they may blush […]

Australia Population Migration Policy

April 9, 2010

People problem inflated. Politicians and the public are in danger of misplaced panic over population. It is a touch depressing, but unsurprising, that we are back to the worst of the population debate. Everyone says, with a note of policy virtue, that we need to thrash out this very important issue. But so often the […]

Ausztrália Bevándorlás Migration SOL

April 9, 2010

A tavalyi létszám-növekedés azért tűnik óriásinak, mert a Statisztikai Hivatal megváltoztatta a számítás módját. Az ideiglenes lakosokat és a diákokat is bevándorlóknak számította. A 2008/2009-es nettó növekedés ezek szerint 340 000 fő. A régi számítás szerint viszont csak 180 000 fő. 2009-ben 1 440 000 fő élt hosszú távú ideglenes lakosként Ausztráliában. 5 évvel korábban […]

Australia Population Growth Migration and Regional Development

April 7, 2010

Australia Population and Migration Coalition to reduce migration. Opposition immigration spokesman Scott Morrison yesterday told The Australian the Rudd government had allowed immigration to rise too high and the population figure that Treasury’s Intergenerational Report predicted last September for 2050 was unsustainable. Mr Morrison said the Coalition would not allow the average net overseas migration […]

AIEC News Australia Migration, Property, Tourism Australia, SOL

April 4, 2010

Australia News Population Property Tourism Migration   THE federal government will consider slashing Australia’s annual migration intake to help tackle concerns about traffic congestion, housing, hospitals, water and the environment. Just months after declaring himself in favour of a ”big Australia”, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd yesterday warned of ”legitimate concerns” with population growth and appointed […]