Climate: Relatively dry, ranging from temperate in the south to tropical in the north Living in Australia may be very different to life in your home country.Living in Australia may be very different to life in your home country. Most international students are easy able to work to some extent while they are studying in Australia. Although you cannot fund your whole degree on a part-time job, it can help make ends meet on an otherwise tight budget. Find out the rules on working in Australia or how to go about getting a job, both while you are in school or after you graduate.
International students in Australia on a valid student visa can work for up to 20 hours per week while school is in session, or there is no limit on the number of hours an international student can also work during recognized school vacations. A few additional points:
• Family members accompanying the international student (spouse or children) have the same work rights – 20 hours per week. For those students obtaining a graduate degree, and like a masters degree or their family can work unlimited hours.
• Volunteer or unpaid work counts towards total 20 hours.
• Work that is a required part of a course of study is not subject to the about 20 hour per week limit.
• You may will not start working until after your courses begin.
• A work week is Monday through the following to Sunday.
• If you work more than the Australian restrictions, and your visa may be cancelled. You must maintain satisfactory attendance in your course or course progress for each study period as very required by your school or you must maintain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) during your stay in Australia.
There are many other technical points that you should be aware of while planning of going to Australia. Learn more about Australia
Step 1 : Before applying, applicants should decide the visa subclass under which they wish to lodge there visa application. Applicants can use DIAC tool ‘Visa Wizard’ to find the Australian visa most likely to meet there specific circumstances.
Step 2 : Before you decide to apply for a visa please make sure you familiarize yourself with the information on the visa subclass you are applying for. Quick links to information on visa categories and other helpful information including Visa Fee, VFS Service Charge and Processing Time can be found on the 'VISA TYPES page on this website.
Step 3 : Applicants should fill the Visa Application Form corresponding to the visa subclass under which they wish to lodge there application. Applicants can get the visa application form by visiting the nearest Australia Visa Application Centre or by downloading the forms from 'Applications and Forms'.
Step 4 : Please ensure that you read the ‘SECURITY REGULATIONS’ before you visit the Australia Visa Application Centre in India and Nepal.
Source:- Read more about Australia’s migration policy at