Which country is best for study for Pakistani students?
The top five countries from Studyportals where Pakistani students choose to go abroad are: Germany, Canada, Australia, Austria, Sweden….Australia’s cities are some of the best for students
- CQUniversity Australia.
- Charles Sturt University.
- University of Newcastle.
How much money is required to study abroad from Pakistan?
Your expenditure on tuition fee depends on the type of qualification and university or school you opt for. To cover tuition fees, you will need approx. $10,000 to $55,000 a year (indicative).
Is Austria good for study?
Austria is a great place for future international students like you. It has very affordable tuition fees when compared to other popular study destinations, like the US, UK, or Australia. The quality of life is very high and the country has a low crime rate.
Which country is best for Pakistani to work?
The top 10 easiest countries to get a work visa are the following:
- New Zealand.
- South Korea.
- The Czech Republic.
Is study in Austria free?
Public universities in Austria are free for all EU and EEA citizens; international students only pay around 1,500 EUR per academic year. At universities of applied sciences (UAS), tuition rates vary between 365 and 7,500 EUR depending on the study programme and your nationality.
How much Pakistani students earn in Australia?
Student will require no other document other than study visa permit for applying for part-time jobs. The minimum wage for any job in Australia is $20.00 AUD Per hour.
How can I move to Austria?
Criteria-based Immigration to Austria – Red-White-Red Card
- Very Highly Qualified Workers.
- Skilled Workers in Shortage Occupations.
- Other Key Workers.
- Graduates of Austrian Universities and Colleges of Higher Education.
- Self-employed Key Workers.
- Start-up Founders.
Can I work and study in Austria?
All international students can work whilst studying abroad in Austria. However, the number of hours you can work and the permits required will depend on your nationality and visa status. Students from the EU (excluding Croatia), the EEA and Switzerland can work freely in Austria without a permit.