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Confusion over 2018 English Language Proficiency Testing standards in Australia.

A Joint Peak Body Statement regarding the ELICOS National Standards set to commence in 2018 has clarified the situation regarding testing of English Language proficiency.

Contrary to some media reports over the past day, a new test is NOT being imposed to assess English-language proficiency among international students in Australia.  Australian education institutions already have some of the strongest standards in the world to ensure that international students can get the most benefit from studying and living here.

The Australian Government recently released updated national standards for ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students), which will apply from 2018.   Some media reports mistakenly suggested a new test is required as part of these new standards.

To be clear, there is no requirement for further standardised testing under the ELICOS National Standards 2018. Testing is only one form of assessment that may be considered and education providers will still set their own English language requirements for entry to their courses.

Crucially, also, the revised standards do not change the existing visa requirements to study in Australia – nor the pathways to further study.

It is important that potential students understand this will not make it harder to study in Australia. The ELICOS National Standards 2018 make minor amendments to existing standards to ensure quality is upheld in the future.

The main change amends the definition of an ELICOS course to bring all registered intensive English language courses within the scope of the ELICOS standards.  

Posted 238 weeks ago

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Overseas nurses in high demand

A 2014 report from the Australian Department of Health predicts that by the year 2025, Australia will have a significant shortage in nursing staff, with the demand for nurses exceeding the supply by around 85,000. By 2030, the government anticipates an extra 123,000 nurses will be required to continue delivering quality care to the Australian population. As a result, overseas nurses have become popular as the country attempts to fill the gaps in its healthcare system, creating a lot of opportunities for foreign medical professionals.

Moving to Australia is a great option for your nursing care

Posted 238 weeks ago

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