Unlocking Opportunities: An In-Depth Look at Australia’s Migration Strategy

Australia wants to shift from temporary migration. It aims to rank citizenship and permanent residence in its migration system. That’s why the Government’s Migration Strategy was released on 11 December 2023.

A nation might use its immigration policy to gauge its aspirations. Australia’s potential to grow will depend on its ability to import the talents it needs. Otherwise, it may become an old nation. It may not have enough labour to support an ageing population. Birth rates are decreasing. In this sense, one might view Australia as an ambitious nation.

The Strategy aims to improve foreign student protection. It also aims to boost Australia’s education programs’ credibility and calibre. Additionally, it aims to assist graduates in realizing their professional aspirations. We want you to have the best experience possible while with us. We also want you to use your Australian qualification to advance in your profession.

Migration Strategy

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Requirements of Genuine Student (GS)

The new Genuine Student (GS) will replace the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) in student visa applications. The Department of Home Affairs needs proof to verify that applications are from real students. This would streamline the application procedure. It would also ensure that legitimate foreign students can still enrol in Australian universities.

Requirements Of Higher English language

In 2024, the Australian government plans to raise the English language skill criteria for student and temporary graduate visas. Increasing the English language requirements will better support your learning and career outcomes.

    The lowest test score needed for a Temporary Graduate visa will rise. It will increase from 6.0 to 6.5 on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or its equal.

    The lowest score needed to get a student visa will rise from 5.5 on the IELTS (or equal) to 6.0.

    The lowest score for IELTS (or similar) is now 4.5. Students need this score before enrolling in an English Language Intensive Course for Overseas Students (ELICOS). They also need it before their main course.

    Students in foundation or gateway programs must score at least 5.5 on the IELTS (or similar). The programs provide credible English language instruction.

    This migration strategy shows that the administration is considering how to use the migration program to strengthen the nation’s capabilities. A comprehensive strategy must also have the courage to confront the nation’s chronic housing shortage. It is both a practical and social cancer. It would also overcome Australians’ “car brain” when it comes to infrastructure. This mindset keeps Australian cities from thriving as they expand.

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