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AJ Global Study Abroad is an overseas visa consultancy services centre providing guidance and assistance to prospective students aspiring to pursue higher education in popular destinations such as Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Singapore.
AJ Global Migration is facilitating migration, specializing in Australian PR migration services thereby assisting a vast number of families to successfully relocate to Australia on various types of visas.
Australia is home to 7 of the top 100 universities in the world. You have the opportunity to secure a seat in any one of them depending on your grades. The non-top ranking universities too offer highly recognized and valued degrees and interchanging of universities according to grades and preferences is allowed.
Around 1100 higher and further education institutions in Australia offer over 22,000 courses in every possible field of study that you may wish to pursue. Professional and career oriented qualifications that are recognized world over can be obtained from these institutions.
Australian universities are consistently ranked among the top 50 universities in the world in the Arts & Humanities, Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health, Engineering & Technology, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences fields. A student qualifying from any one of these universities can be proud of holding a prestigious degree that is globally recognized.
Australia was ranked 8thin the 2012 Universitas 21 (U21) Ranking of National Higher Education Systems, ahead of Germany and Japan. This rating speaks for itself and gives a very good reason why you should consider pursuing your future goals in such an environment.
The universities are regularly monitored by a central body. The Government of Australia has established national standards for the protection of international students through the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act of 2000. They have established a National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education as well as Training to Overseas Students . The students are offered a comprehensive awareness before they actually enter the institution.
The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) ensures that international students can only apply to institutions and courses that are registered with the Australian Government. This enables a student to be confident that he/she would be passing out of the university with a fully recognized qualification that would enable them to seek competitive jobs.
- New Zealand
New Zealand’s higher education system comprises of Universities, Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITP), Colleges of Education and Private Training Establishments (PTE), which offer both academic as well as vocational qualifications and research opportunities in a wide array of fields. All government approved universities and institutes award degrees and other qualifications that enable you to seek career options anywhere in the world.
The QS World Top 500 University Rankings of 2013/14 featured all eight Government-funded universities among the best universities in the world while the Shanghai Jiao Tong Top 500 Rankings of 2012/13 featured two thirds of them. New Zealand’s universities are internationally recognized for their academic and research excellence. Should you select New Zealand as your destination, you are guaranteed of a highly recognized degree.
New Zealand universities were also ranked in the World’s top 50 in 18 fields of study, including Accounting and Finance, Civil & Structural Engineering, Education, Law and Psychology. You will pass out from any one of these as a fully qualified professional confidant of facing the world.
There are a variety of other options available for a lesser cost. In addition to the Government-funded universities, New Zealand’s Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (ITP) offer a variety of courses for students interested in vocational studies with pathways to secure academic qualifications in the future. While ITPs are also Government-funded and maintain very high standards of education, they offer qualifications ranging from certificates to postgraduate qualifications at a lower cost than universities. These qualifications too are well recognized in the job market.
Many privately operated, but Government accredited Private Training Establishments (PTE) and Colleges of Education provide international students with still more affordable options to pursue. In short, you can find a university or an institute to suit your budget which will enable you to emerge a confidant professional.
The Government of New Zealand has established strict regulations and monitoring mechanisms to ensure international students receive a high quality education. All education providers are required to be registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), which is responsible for assisting education providers maintain quality standards in training programs and assessment practices. They ensure that your money is not wasted on an unrecognized qualification.
- United Kingdom
The United Kingdom has over 100 universities, and many other colleges of higher and further education and private training providers that offer a wide range of qualifications ranging from undergraduate, postgraduate to vocational programmes of study. Students are very closely screened for academic credentials in order to maintain the standards that are expected.
QS Worldwide University Rankings of 2013, featured eight leading universities in the UK among the top 50 universities in the world, four of them, including Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and the London School of Economics (LSE), were among the top six.
The Russell Group of Universities, an association of twenty-four public research universities that include world-class institutions such as The University of Sheffield, University of Manchester, University of Nottingham, Durham University and others offer high achievers an amazing set of choices to lay the foundations for a bright future. Russell Group universities receive two-thirds of all research funding granted by the Government of UK and as at 2004, accounted for 56% of all doctorates awarded in the UK. Around 30% of non-EU international students in the UK are enrolled in a Russell Group university.
The UK was ranked 2nd in the world for university-industry collaboration by the Annual Innovation Report of 2012 issued by the United Kingdom Governmentâ€™s Department for Business Innovation & Skills. Rigid adherence to high standards and constant evaluation of the education system has enabled them to play a lead role in the field of higher education.
The Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) found that 54% of the research conducted by UK universities was â€˜internationally excellent.â€™ This is clear evidence that UK is the ultimate choice of any student who wants to excel in any professional course of study.
UK is the number one destination in the world for English Language Study. A student pursuing linguistics, literature or any other related field of study will gain the maximum benefits from these esteemed institutions.
Singapore is also known for Singlish, or Singaporean English, which is English, mixed with some words from Malay and other local languages. The government runs a campaign, the Speak Good English Movement, against Singlish as it makes Singaporeans look less educated and intelligent than they are. Buddhism is the most common religion in Singapore. Other common religions include: Christianity, Islam, Taoism, and Hinduism.
Students in Singapore go through six years of compulsory Primary school, which ends with all students taking a Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE).
The Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport of Singapore. There are daily flights from Colombo to Singapore. (Sri Lankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Emirates are the main airlines. Colombo to Singapore is only about 3 hour flight time.
Singapore is one of the most livable city and developed city.