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FREE Guide – Higher Education in Australia

Studying at an Australian university or private college is a unique experience that will change your life forever. Each year, over 300,000 students travel to Australia to study across 160 institutions offering higher education. With thousands of courses on offer, and so many choices of location and institution, it can be hard to know where to…

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Go Study is evolving!

On August 27th, Go Study presented our new imagery and voice to the world! Our ‘new look’ represented the excitement of the experience we give our students and the expertise of our company as the Experts in Australia. Our new logo has more energy, strength and a fluid motion in order to better share our…

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The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef inspires us, with its breathtaking 2,300km of coral reef – the largest in the world! Once you get to experience it you won’t be surprised it is one of the seven wonders of the world. Did you know it is actually the only living structure that you can see from outer…

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Studying in Brisbane

Brisbane is one of Australia’s most attractive cities for study with its three major universities. Well known for its long days of sunshine that occupy the large majority of the year, and for its proximity to superb beaches, it’s an already desirable choice. It’s one of the country’s greenest cities, with a massive array of…

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Why learn Microsoft Excel?

Microsoft Excel is a computer spreadsheet programme that can be used to store and analyse large quantities of data. Excel has many functions to sort and analyse the data that range from basic mathematical functions to complex statistical analyses. It is one of the most widely used programmes of its kind across the globe and…

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Visa Price Changes

The Department of Home Affairs has recently announced a new list of occupations for the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (RSMS) Visa, which will be effective as of the 18th March 2018. This means that many international students will now be able to apply for a permanent residency visa if they work in particular roles in regional areas! A regional area is generally somewhere outside of major Australian cities, but there are a few cities such as Hobart and Tasmania that are considered regional.

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