Are you thinking about leaving Brazil? Australia is one of the best options for starting a new life or going on a transformative exchange. If Brazil ended the first quarter of 2018 with a 13.1% unemployment rate, according to the Pesquisa Nacional por Amostra de Domicilio (PNAD) (National Research by Domicile Sampling)), on the other side of the world, in Australia, there is full employment. Due to this, Australia receives workers from other countries to supply the huge demand from the infrastructure sector, with investments guaranteed until 2020.
If the abundant job offers do not interest younger people, who are in search of cultural experiences and study opportunities for the enrichment of their personal and professional lives, even so, Australia is one of the best choices among countries. It must be remembered that a characteristic of the island-continent is receiving and preparing students from all over the world, especially in one of the eight universities that are among the top 100 in the world, according to the QS World University Rankings.
Australia for job seekers
The Australian Government has immigration programs, such as the Skilled Migration Program, that offer work visas to attract skilled professionals and, thus, supply the huge demand for workers generated in the last few years. It is advisable, however, to contract an immigration consultancy and follow the process of interviews to evaluate one´s professional profile and the most adequate type of visa, as well as to acquire information about the migration policies of the opportunities offered by the Department of Home Affairs.
Australia for those who want an exchange program
The Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships, the Australian government´s scholarship program, offers annually full scholarships to candidates from all over the world and of every age, no matter in which area of knowledge, the one of the country´s 43 universities. However, the selection is very rigorous and competitive, based on merit, academia as well as professional. Usually, applications begin in April and continue until June 30, on the Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships.
The first step is finding a course that interests you, and then deciding on the teaching institution and evaluating the course pre-requisites, as well as the type of visa headed. The next step is to seek the help of an Exchange agency indicated by the institution, enrolling and then receiving a letter confirming your enrollment (Confirmation of Enrollment – COE) and, finally, requesting the visa through the site.