Have you had the "English Language" conversation with us? If you have been in a consultation with one of our Registered Migration Agents the answer will most likely be yes.
That's when we tell you that one of the most important components in a successful application for an Australian visa, is your level of English proficiency.
We want to send a message to even more people out there about how important learning English is, and that is one of the reasons we are supporting the Biggest English World Record attempt!
Most applications for an Australian visa, that will allow you to live in the country on a temporary or permanent basis, require applicants to sit for an English language test and show evidence of their English proficiency level.*
Some of those visas include the Skilled Graduate Temporary Visa 485, the Sponsorship Work Visa 457 and all the General Skilled permanent visas.
Bravo Migration's beginnings are rooted in the International Student industry in Australia, and we have always aimed at supporting the International Students community.
So over the years we have always made a point of discussing with clients and students the importance of studying English. Not only for visa applications purposes, but because we also believe that studying English is closely related to the quality of your Australian experience.
The better your language understanding and communication skills, the better your experience will be in Australia. Regardless if you came just to study for a few months and go back home, or if you decided to stay in Australia for longer.
The better your English the better you will enjoy this country, the more long-lasting friendships you will make and the better the jobs you will get, as well as study and development opportunities.
There is no learning a language without studying it, so in line with our beliefs and continuous support of the International Student industry, we decided to support the Biggest English event.
It's an event that is the first of its kind: a Guinness World Book record attempt aiming at getting the highest number of international students attend an English class outdoors.
The event will be at the iconic Bondi Beach, on the 12th February and several English schools from Sydney will bring 3000 students, from many different countries, to attend an English class right on the beach!
See more details about the event and sign-up for it here.
We think this will be incredible! There will be live music entertainment and it will certainly turn into a party at the end. A photo competition for the students attending will give away a scooter.
Watch this space as Bravo will be coming up with some surprises too.
So join us on the day in showing your support for the International Student community in Australia. After all, there is no better place to learn English than Australia!
Who knows, you may decide to stay and live here, as so many of our clients did.
See you there!
* If you are the holder of a passport from a country where English is the official language, you are exempted from that requirement. Some applicants, in limited circumstances, can sometimes have that requirement waived too.Read more
Working Holiday Visa or Work & Holiday Visa (Subclasses 417 and 462 respectively) holders wanting to remain in Australia for another year are able to apply for a visa extension if they do at least 3 months of “specified” work in “regional” Australia.Read more