Injoy Migration has helped many people to come to Australia to further their education. No matter if you want to study
English or develop in other areas such as business, technology, hospitality or many other areas offered by Australian schools and Universities, we can help you.
Here are some of the things that we specialise in:
We can cater to help you enter both into public or private schools in Australia. This means that we can focus on getting you into the ideal school for you.
With around 40 Universities around Australia and many more colleges to choose from, there is a lot of choice for you.
We can help you enter your ideal university and choose your favorite major.
If you can’t directly enter the University course of your choice, for example due to language problems, or not high enough grades, we will help you to find alternative education paths so that you can reach the necessary requirements for your desired university. There are free undergraduate or diploma courses that can be used as stepping stones onto further education and we’ll guide you through the whole process.
After you have finished your undergraduate studies, you can proceed further into postgraduate courses or
further education in a different field. You might also be able to qualify under the scholarship scheme or transfer
to a different school.
Shared accommodation (Rentals)
This form of accommodation most often consists of apartments and houses that are available to the general public. Depending on the size, they might be shared by a group of people, not necessarily all students. As with all shared accommodation, issues can arise between tenants, so that needs to be taken into account. On the other hand, many larger apartments have shared facilities like pools and gyms, which might be useful.
Homestay is becoming the most popular form of accommodation for new arrivals. It basically means that you will be staying in a home of an Australian family. The accommodation usually consists of either a spare room or in some cases even an apartment-type area in the backyard. There are a number of benefits to using homestay, including that it's relatively safe, you get to experience and learn the local culture and it's usually low cost. It's important to know that everyone who offers homestay is registered with the authorities which include an accommodation inspection to make sure that it's adequate.