Working in Australia

Australia, a gateway to endless work and career advantages.

Australia has an abundance of advantages for international students and migrants including a safe and stable environment and a strong economy.

Work experience

Work experience assists students in their transition from school to work. It provides a arrangement whereby international students participate in activities at a place of paid or voluntary work.


Volunteer work is a great way to learn real-world skills and give back to the community.

Vocational placement

Vocational placement is where an international student is placed in a workplace to receive practical training and experience that is an assessable part of, a student’s course.

Working holiday with study

Explore Australia’s natural treasures by combining study, travel and work with a working holiday visa. Courses of 17 weeks or less in duration can be completed part-time or full-time.

Working while studying

Combining work with study is a great way to earn money and meet new people. You can work up to 40 hours per fortnight when your course is in session and unlimited hours when it is not.

PhD & Research

PhD & research work is encouraged in Australia.


Internships provide students and recent graduates with the opportunity to gain practical training in a real work environment.

If you need some friendly advice on working in Australia, contact our friendly team of education and migration experts today.