How International Students Can Stand Out in the Crowd

By Tiffany P. Monorom What makes international students unique? What skills and experiences do they possess that make them stand out in the crowd? The number of international students in Australia as of June 2017 is 510, 348, which is…

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Employment Eligibility and Career Opportunities

By Tiffany P. Monorom Has anyone ever told you to follow your passion and do what you love?   For international students, passion and love don’t always come first. With our current legal market and the competitive recruitment process, gaining…

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Seeking Academic Support

by Tiffany P. Monorom Moving to a new country is a huge step for every international student and it can take you several attempts to successfully adjust to Australian tertiary studies.   With a large workload, heavily structured materials, and…

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Citizenship Cancellation: a new chapter in Australia’s fight against terror

Posted on April 8, 2017 Under All, Comment 0 Comments

Dan McNamara With the threat of terror continuing to greatly affect international relations, state powers worldwide are scrambling to increase border protection and counterterrorism mechanisms. This article will consider the effect of the recent power granted to the Immigration Minister…

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Penalty Rate Changes

Posted on April 8, 2017 Under All, Comment 0 Comments

Anonymous  It is estimated that 800,000–900,000 workers, will be impacted by the Fair Work Commissions’ (FWC) decision to reduce weekend penalty rates by 25%-50% (depending upon the industry) over the next 5 years. While there is highly persuasive evidence offered…

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