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The AUPP programs have developed in conjunction with ATMC and the programs utilize ATMC curriculums under license. It provides specially crafted Credit Transfer Program to obtain an ATMC Diploma qualification before admission to the Federation University at Sydney/Melbourne campus for completing undergraduate degrees.
With its high academic standards, world class institutions, relatively affordable costs and multicultural lifestyle, Canada is growing in popularity as a higher education destination.
The Canadian education system is under the complete jurisdiction of the provinces and territories (States). Public education in Canada is free up to secondary school. Undergraduate and post graduate universities are divided into community colleges and universities.
Canadian universities offer different kinds of courses:
Canada offers many options for international students to work in the country after they complete their course.
POST-GRADUATE WORK PROGRAM:
Under this program international students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution can gain valuable Canadian work experience through a special work permit issued for the length of the study program, up to a maximum of 3 years.
CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS:
This is a program that allows international students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to apply to permanently stay in Canada. For eligibility, the student must be able to communicate in English or French, be familiar with Canadian culture, and be able to prove that they can contribute to the Canadian society.
PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM:
This program is for international students who have the skills, education and work experience required to make an immediate contribution to a Canadian state. In this program, a Canadian province or territory will nominate a student to become a permanent resident of Canada. For this you must plan to live in the province that nominated you and must apply directly to that province. You must also submit a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada for permanent residence.
Australia is a land of contrasts. It is the world's smallest continent and the sixth largest country by total area. Its landscape includes tropical rain forests, mountain ranges and dry deserts, and its coastline extends for more than 34,000 kilometres.
Australia is the world's 12th largest economy. It ranks highly in many international comparisons of national performance, such as quality of life, health, education, economic freedom and the protection of civil liberties and political rights.
25% of Australia's population of 23 million was born overseas, and 43% of its citizens have a parent who was born overseas. Australians speak over 260 different languages and the first language of 20% of the population is a language other than English.
The following principles inform Australia's attitude to its culturally diverse population. The Australian government:
There are currently just over 515,000 international students studying in Australian schools, colleges and universities. They come to Australia to study because of its reputation for educational excellence, the high standard of living enjoyed by its citizens, the career opportunities available to everyone, regardless of class or family background, and the multicultural nature of its population. 54,000 of these students currently have Indian citizenship.
Australian education qualifications are recognised by international employers and leading education institutions all over the world.
International students studying in Australian education institutions are supported by the Australian Government through the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act. The ESOS Act guarantees high standards of education delivery, facilities, international student support services and marketing.
TEACHING AND LEARNING STYLE:
The Australian education system is student-centred. It is designed to produce graduates who have a sound theoretical understanding of their subjects, who can apply the knowledge they have gained in the 'real' world, and who can think critically and act independently.
An Australian student visa allows international students to work up to 40 hours per fortnight (a two-week period) during semester time, and full-time during official vacation periods.
The islands of New Zealand lie in the Pacific Ocean, south-east of Australia. Although the land is narrow, there is plenty of variety – volcanoes and glaciers, beaches and forests, open plains. Running the length of the South Island is a mountain range called the Southern Alps. The North Island is mainly hill country with the great expanse of Lake Taupo at its centre.
The coastal climate is mild to cool – it rarely gets very hot, but inland regions can be very cold. Most places receive their fair share of sunny and cloudy days. Winds come mainly from the west and they can be very strong. There is generally plenty of rain, and everywhere rivers and streams twist to the sea.
New Zealand has been isolated from other lands for millions of years. This allowed some animals and plants to develop into fascinating forms, such as giant land snails and flightless birds, including the famous kiwi. Birds, with their distinctive calls, are the most noticeable form of native wildlife. Most are unique to New Zealand.These plants and animals evolved with few browsing animals to compete with, and no predatory mammals.
CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL:
Every country has a certain amount of natural beauty to boast about. New Zealand just happens to have more. Wherever you are, the scenery is spectacular. Even in the biggest cities you’re never far from the coasts, the bush and the hills if you’re not actually living there already.
If you’re looking for a more balanced lifestyle, New Zealand’s got the recipe just right. It's why New Zealand is consistently at or near the top of surveys comparing the quality of life internationally.
Working hard and getting ahead is considered a virtue in New Zealand. But, just as important is life away from the job.
SAFE AND SECURE:
New Zealand is rated in international surveys as one of the world’s most peaceful and least corrupt countries.
The cost of living in New Zealand is comparable to all OECD countries.
According to the UN Development Program’s 2011 Human Development Report, New Zealand leads the world in education. That ranks it ahead of Norway, Australia, Ireland and the US.
"New Zealand is a top-performing country (for) the quality of its educational system”, noted the OECD’s 2011 Better Life report. It also described NZ as “one of the strongest OECD countries” for literacy, maths and science.
The New Zealand education system values both academic and practical, skill-based achievements. Young people are encouraged to be questioning, flexible and to seek their own answers. Add in a healthy dose of outdoor recreation and sport plus a safe learning environment, and you’ve got a great recipe for producing resourceful and confident young adults.
International students are allowed to work part time for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time (40 hours) during holidays.
International students have a range of visa options available to them if they want to remain in New Zealand after graduation. Please note, the rules for these visas change regularly.
United Kingdom is the most popular international study destination in the world. According to the 2012 Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, the UK currently has 9 universities in the top 100.
A GOOD INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION:
The quality of UK education is recognised all over the world by employers, universities and governments, making it a popular destination for international students. UK higher education is well-respected for the standard of its research and teaching.
A GOOD QUALITY OF EDUCATION:
UK universities are monitored closely to ensure that they uphold the high standards of teaching, learning and research set by the government.
A WIDE RANGE OF COURSES:
UK universities and colleges offer a wide range of higher education courses. Whatever your career goals or interests might be, SIG Overseas staff will be able to find a higher education course that suits your needs.
AN INTERESTING PLACE TO LIVE:
The UK is full of diverse cultures and people and this is what attracts many students to come here from other countries.
From cosmopolitan cities to smaller towns and villages, the UK is a place of contrasts - a place where historical buildings mix with the latest contemporary architecture.
Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the UK are generally shorter than in other countries. This helps to keep the cost of tuition fees and living expenses down. Most undergraduate courses take three years to complete, and postgraduate courses can be from one year upwards.
Depending on their visas, international students in the UK can work up to 20 hours a week during term time and full time during vacation. All UK universities have career services which provide a wide range of services to help students find work including access to job adverts, help on writing CVs and preparing for interviews and advice on UK immigration rules.
Part time jobs are available to students with an average pay of about £ 10 - £ 12 per hour. Checking out career websites, local stores or contacting career services at your university are some ways to find out about vacancies.
International students require a National Insurance number to work in the UK. National Insurance is the UK's social insurance program that provides payment to people who are unemployed, incapacitated or retired. Your National Insurance number is your own personal account number that tracks your contributions. This can be obtained free of cost by registering through your university or online.
The United States of America is the world's third largest country in size and nearly the third largest in terms of population. Located in North America, the country is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.
The United States of America is the number one destination for international students seeking to obtain a first class career advantage. At the end of 2012 there were 760,500 international students studying in the USA.
The American higher education system offers flexible options to fit students’ individual needs and learning styles:
Direct entry to undergraduate programs.
English preparation programs leading to degree programs if necessary.
A wide-range of graduate programs, Diplomas, Masters and PhD.
US universities dominate all the recognized global ranking tables.
COST OF STUDY:
While some the leading private universities in the US command premium fees, many high-quality public universities offer very competitive fee packages. Community Colleges are cheaper and also offer the opportunity to transfer to university programs.
WORLD WIDE RECOGNITION LEADING TO EXCELLENT CAREER PROSPECTS:
International students who complete their studies in the USA are highly sought after by companies worldwide.
The US has the world's most developed educational system. Apart from the attributes listed above, students have the freedom to choose their subjects, change their majors or apply for multiple specializations. Although many programs have specific requirements it is possible for students to design their course work to suit their specific needs.
The US system also offers students the opportunity to gain valuable experience in their field through teaching and research fellowships. Many graduate programs provide opportunities for students to work as teaching/research assistants to undergraduates. Apart from the practical experience gained, the stipend from these teaching or research positions helps students to finance their education.
All US universities have international student support programs. These programs help international students to adapt to life in the US. The services offered, include: orientation programs, student socials, career support, and English and academic writing courses.
Institutions often feature a variety of “colleges” within them that can include areas of concentrations, providing both large and small classroom experiences.
Colleges are generally smaller than public institutions and focus their offerings more on the humanities and sciences.
Schools are among the oldest and most famous in the US and stress undergraduate liberal arts education, but have notable graduate and professional schools.
Are generally for those International students who are at the graduate level, where the focus is primarily in engineering and science.These institutes are noted for their research and graduate programs.
Are generally offered at two-year institutions and are designed for students seeking practical (applied) courses, and also for those wanting to enter a four-year program in the future.
The Bachelors degree or undergraduate degree is a four-year course.
A master's program can be taken upon completion of 16 years of education.GMAT/ GRE and TOEFL/ IELTS exams are compulsory for admission.
Successful graduates are awarded a Master of Arts (MA) or Master of Science (MS).
Students must obtain a US work visa in order to work. There are different types of American work visas which include the Employment based preference visas (E1-E5), the F1, J1 and M1 student visas, the H1B Visa and the L-1 Visa. International students are eligible to apply for an F, J1 or M1 student visa depending on the type of study program they have chosen and their nationality. Universities usually have international student centers that provide advice on obtaining work visas. Please visit the US visa services website for more information.
The limiting factor for the Indian students, who wish to study a quality Australian undergraduate program, is the time & money required to pursue their educational programs.
The main challenges faced by students intending to study abroad in developed English-speaking nation such as Australia or New Zealand are preparation time, money, and a notable difference in the course curricula of home and destination countries. We at AUPP are here to bridge this gap for our dear students. We not only help our students to save on their time and money, but also get used to the foreign universities’ curriculum before landing there, through our ground-breaking and student-friendly pathway program.
The Abroad Unified Pathway Program (AUPP) allows you to undertake the first year of your International Bachelor’s Program in the comfort of your home country & then complete the remaining two years of your Bachelor’s Program in Australia/New Zealand. This way you save on the costs by a lot and at the same time make all the necessary preparations for overseas studies while completing the first year of your studies in your home country itself thus saving you a lot of your precious time as well.
Being prepared well before studying at an overseas campus can help you a lot in achieving great grades and lead you to a fantastic professional career. The primary focus of AUPP is that you excel at your studies and enter the industry culture equipped with the right knowledge, confidence, and ability to perform your best and achieve your professional goals. We are committed to providing you with all the guidance you would need during the challenging but a great journey to allow you to become a successful professional and a productive contributor to the society.
While you complete your first year in your home country, we strive hard to inculcate the required skills, knowledge, and confidence within you to continue your educational journey overseas, further leading to a successful and fulfilling professional life. We acknowledge the value of education and the importance of industry relevance in courses. We at AUPP re determined to inculcate these crucial skills in our students.
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