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18 October, 2017
12 September, 2017

New Scholarships Available for International Students - ECU

 The new scholarships are open to undergraduate and postgraduate students who will commence their ECU program in 2018
5 April, 2017

Opportunity to study a professional IT qualification under AU$22,000 pa

Students entering our MITS degree with an IT background normally* can get credit for four units, meaning they only have to complete 12 units, rather than the normal 16 units for all other students.
18 August, 2016

James Cook University Free Information Session

James University is a public university and is the second oldest university in Queensland, Australia. JCU is a teaching and research institution.

14 August, 2016

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY FREE INFORMATION SESSION

Deakin is a multi-award winning university with an international focus. We are young and innovative, offering excellent facilities and flexible learning.
1 January, 1970

Opportunity to study a professional IT qualification under AU$22,000 pa

Students entering our MITS degree with an IT background normally* can get credit for four units, meaning they only have to complete 12 units, rather than the normal 16 units for all other students.
1 January, 1970

Graduate schools in the USA are waiving GRE & GMAT test because of COVID-19

Dr. Karen Coats, USM’s Graduate School Dean stated in a press release: “At the Graduate School, we want to ensure that those who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree are not hindered by the inability to sit for the GRE and GMAT due to test center closures"


1 January, 1970

Travel Restrictions By Australian Government

We would like to inform all the Nepalese students and other travellers flying to Australia to avoid China Route until further notice by the Australian Government.

1 January, 1970

Australia's Prime Minister has ordered a 14-day self-isolation for anyone arriving in the country

Australia's Prime Minister has ordered a 14-day self-isolation for anyone arriving in the nation to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

1 January, 1970

Information for US Visa Applicants From Nepal

As of March 17, 2020, the United States Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal is cancelling routine Diversity Visa and nonimmigrant (including student visa) visa appointments due to Covid-19.  As per the information provided in their website, “they will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time”. The MRV fee is valid and may be used for a visa application in the country where it was purchased within one year of the date of payment.

1 January, 1970

UK Government: International students will be eligible for Post Study Work Right even if they study online now

The UK government has issued updated guidance to confirm that international students will remain eligible for post-study work rights at the end of their degree course even if they have to begin the 2020-21 academic year online from abroad given the coronavirus lockdown.


1 January, 1970

The most awaited news from the Australian Government for Supporting International Students

The Australian government has come up with a plan to remain competitive with other countries. It has brought changes to a student visa.


1 January, 1970

International student flights to Australia to restart in September

The students will travel from Singapore on flights arriving by early September in Australia. The group also includes students from Hong Kong, China, and Japan. International students, who pay an average of more than $30,000 a year to study in Australia have not been eligible for government benefits during the pandemic, prompting queues at restaurants and food banks for free meals. There were more than 500,000 international students in Australia at the start of the pandemic.


1 January, 1970

La Trobe University among the Top 2.1 percent Universities of the World | The Times Higher Education Ranking 2021

La Trobe University is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. The university was established in 1964 and became the third university in the state of Victoria.

1 January, 1970

Canada announces important new measures on post-graduation work permit eligibility for students beginning programs online

Canadian immigration officials have announced three new elements of flexibility for international students beginning their studies online from outside of Canada. The new guidance allows students to engage in online study through April 2021, and, with some conditions, to count those online courses toward eligibility for a post-graduation work permit in Canada.

1 January, 1970

Canada announces further relaxation around the Post-Graduation Work Permit

For international students studying online, the Canadian government has announced a further relaxation of the rules around its post-graduation work permit scheme. The time spent studying online outside Canada now counts towards the length of a student’s post-graduation work permit - starting from when they apply for a study permit.

1 January, 1970

La Trobe University South Asia Scholarship

La Trobe University announces South Asia Scholarship

1 January, 1970

University of Adelaide announces Scholarship at Master's Level for Nepalese student

The University of Adelaide(UoA) ranks in the top 1% of universities worldwide. It is located in the heart of the world’s 10th most liveable city. The University of Adelaide is Australia’s third oldest university and has a rich heritage of accomplishment.

1 January, 1970

ACAP announces Academic Scholarship

The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP) is a tertiary education institute that specializes in psychology.

1 January, 1970

Griffith University announces Scholarship

Griffith University is a public research university in Queensland, situated on the East coast of Australia. Griffith University is ranked in the top 2% of universities in the world by Times Higher Education 2021. It also currently ranks #30 in the World Young University Ranking 2020.


1 January, 1970

Heriot-Watt university was ranked 35th in the UK

Founded in 1821, Heriot-Watt University has a rich heritage and is valued for its pioneering research informed by the global needs of business and industry. It offers a wide range of courses from Undergraduate degrees to Ph.D. Degree. The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021 is considered one of the most authoritative ranking awards in the UK.


1 January, 1970

Canada announces travel restriction exemptions for international students

Canada announces that International students will be able to travel to Canada from October 20 if their designated learning institution (DLI) has a government-approved COVID-19 readiness plan in place. This applies to all international students, regardless of where they are traveling from and when they received approval for a Canadian study permit.

1 January, 1970

Charles Darwin University is set to become the first university in Australia to welcome back international students

Charles Darwin University (CDU) is set to become the first university in the country to pilot a program which will see the return of international students to Australia. The pilot, which has the approval of the Australian and Northern Territory governments will see up to 70 international students arrive in Darwin from Singapore in late October in time for the next CDU intake on 9 November. This is a breakthrough for Australia and particularly CDU, the institution closest to Asia and the logical city to be piloted as the first safe corridor, assisted by having the Howard Springs residential facility.

1 January, 1970

UK points-based Student Route visa starts

UK Home Office has launched the Student Route visa system replacing Tier 4 with a 70 points requirement for international students on 5 October 2020. UK Government announced that the new Student Route visa system, originally set for a launch early 2021, will be launched on 5 October 2020 in a bid to attract ‘the best and brightest international students from across the globe’.

1 January, 1970

Vaccination drive a landmark step towards bringing international study back on track

No sector was left unaffected by the Covid-19 pandemic globally, the education not being an exception.  The pandemic that gripped the world from the beginning of 2020 brought the travel to a grinding halt closing the doors for aspirants of the abroad study. That directly affected the universities from the academic destination countries who rely on international students.

1 January, 1970

Countering Australia’s news media code legislation, Facebook blocks newsfeed for Australians

In what seems to be a counter against Australian federal government’s move to enforce news media code legislation, Facebook on Thursday blocked Australian from accessing or posting news contents.

1 January, 1970

Teaching methods in Australia

The teaching methods favoured in Australia will be very different from what you are used to at Nepal. While the exact types of classes you take will depend on your institution or your degree, there are some principles that are common to higher education teaching throughout Australia. It’s important to understand the system and teaching methods so that you don’t accidentally make mistakes by taking the wrong approach. Here are a few things you should know.


1 January, 1970

Australian government starts vaccination drive on Sunday

Here’s a good news for those staying in Australia and those who aspire to study there.  The Australian government on Sunday started its Covid-19 vaccination drive with 20 people including Prime Minister Scott Morrison getting jabbed on the first day.