To address current skills shortages in the workplace, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship is introducing a new program to provide eligible international students with employment opportunities upon graduation. It takes place in the first few months of 2013 and is aimed at students who have completed an Australian Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. degrees.
These degrees must relate to the career being sought in Australia in order for applicants to apply for a position. This program is a continuation of the so-called Temporary Qualification Visa offered by https://www.australiamigrate.com/visa-types/student-visa-or-graduate-visa/, which will change its name to Temporary Graduation Visa.
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Another important requirement is that you must provide this information within 6 months of applying for a temporary exit visa. The definition of Australian training needs is anyone who has studied at least 2 years in a registered course in Australia. The final main criterion for implementation is that the course must be in English and the completion time should not exceed 16 calendar months.
Completed courses must also be registered via the Institute and International Student Course (CRICOS) register. Training and research outside Australia cannot be used to meet Australian training requirements.
The new regulations do not involve eligible migrants and are not usually the means to apply for permanent residence. This means that applicants for postgraduate programs do not have to submit a qualifying assessment or show eligible work when applying.