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2021.12.15

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1. THE Global Employment Rankings, the Australian National Ranks 1st in Australia and 20th in the world

The 2021 global university employability ranking is voted by more than 10,000 managers from 22 countries and regions who recruit more than 300,000 university graduates from all over the world each year.

In this 2021 Global University Employment Competitiveness Ranking, there are a total of 9 universities in Australia on the list, of which 5 universities are among the top 100 in the world. The Australian National University ANU ranks first in the employability of Australian graduates and 20th in the world. ANU not only has excellent academic and employability rankings, but is also located in the Australian capital Canberra, which is a remote area of Australia. Students who plan to apply for state sponsored immigration in the future have favorable immigration policies. At the same time, ANU also offers immigration majors and is also for international students enrolled in 2022. Provide scholarship opportunities!

Other Australian institutions include the University of Melbourne (52 in the world ranking), the University of Sydney (54), the University of Queensland (54), and the University of New South Wales (100).

2. How do you read a veterinarian who is in great demand in Australia and is a priority immigration occupation?

On May 11 this year, Veterinarian was officially included in the Priority Immigration Occupation List (PMSOL). To fill the key skills needed to support Australia's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

If the veterinary profession applies for immigration, it is necessary to pass the Australian Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC) for a professional assessment review. As long as applicants meet the academic requirements, English requirements, and qualifications for veterinary registration, they will have the opportunity to apply for the Australian veterinary occupation assessment and then apply for immigration.

 

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