Welcome to Empire Int’l Education and Visa Services

Empire Education is promising the highest level of professionalism and integrity since 2006. Our professional registered Migration agent will assist you in all type of your migration matter.
Empire has also worked with countless number of international students and prospective migrants and we are therefore fully equipped to enable you to select the best course or pathway to lead you to your PR which for most is a journey of a lifetime. We are perfectly placed in the centre of Brisbane; you can rely on us to provide an ideal solution to all your visa needs. Empire believes in multiculturalism, the individuals in our team come from a diverse cultural background, which is why you can find our dedicated team member is communicating in many languages to satisfy individual client needs. The migration agents at Empire will undoubtedly give you all-inclusive migration advice, taking you through each step.
From setting up a consultation to personally meet with you, to filing all the paperwork, reading through the legislation, and submitting your visa application we handle your visa from beginning to end as though it was our own.

What are the visas that I can apply for permanent residency?

Every single year, Australia’s Department of Home Affairs (DHA) issues lists of occupations that will play a crucial role in satisfying the need for higher skills; which will, in turn, contribute to the country’s constant economic stability and development. These lists are called Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and Short-Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL).
If you wish to study in a course that allows you a greater chance of getting PR to work, settle down and live in Australia, we can help you find the suitable options.
There are some hot favourite courses preferred by most international students, particularly because they have the best prospects when it comes to having a demanding career and relatively higher prospects of skilled migration. These are:

1. Nursing

Australia is known amongst the top destination in the world for its highly efficient healthcare industry. Many international students who wish to study nursing in Australia regard nursing as the most favourable occupation.
Courses in Nursing, Pre-Med/ Medical streams will be alluring to thousands of students, both local and international; especially those who are determined to recognize their passion and lay the groundwork to a promising profession.
Nursing is also a preferred course in the field of Medicine. Nursing graduates can also apply for a number of visa subclasses depending on various factors.
In the skills list are: Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse (Aged Care), Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health), Registered Nurse (Community Health), Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency), Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability), Registered Nurse (Disability and Rehabilitation), Registered Nurse (Medical), Registered Nurse (Medical Practice), Registered Nurse (Mental Health), Registered Nurse (Perioperative), Registered Nurse (Surgical) and Registered Nurse (Pediatrics), Midwifery.

2. Computer and IT (Information Technology)

Various universities in Australia provide different courses in Computer and IT fields, such as Computer Network and System, ICT Business & System Analysis, Software application and programming, Web Developing, etc. Taking up these courses opens several career prospects for students and improves their chances of being eligible for permanent residency in Australia.
The quick advancement of technology has caused the creation of many computer and information technology/ ICT related courses. With specializations in hardware, network, security, software, and web development courses—universities around Australia (including those accredited by Australia Computer Society) are endlessly updating their courses to maintain competition in the digital sphere. The high and continuously rising demand for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) graduates helps adjust to the necessity of skilled professionals in this sector.
ICT occupations in the skills list are ICT Business Analyst, Systems Analyst, Analyst Programmer, Developer Programmer, Software Engineer, Computer Network and Systems Engineer, Software Tester, ICT Support Engineer, Web Developer.

3. Education and Teaching, including Early Childhood Care and Education

Australia is regarded as one of the powerhouses in having excellent education standards known worldwide. International graduates pursuing teaching occupations enjoy the high demand in education institutions. It takes a lot of courage to pursue a career in the field of education; because it allows you to have and exert a certain level of influence in creating change by inspiring the curious minds of your students’.
Australia is known for its high-quality education system. Australia has often been seen and known globally for having exceptional educational standards. Hence, students who pursue a career in education and teaching can help make a difference by inspiring students' curious minds. Not only that, but it will also enable them to apply for Permanent Residency (PR).
The teaching profession in the skills lists are Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher, Primary School Teacher, Secondary School Teacher, Special Needs Teacher, University Lecturer, Vocational Education Teacher, Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages (for those who studied TESOL).

4. Engineering

Completing an engineering degree in Australia can open various employment opportunities for international students. When it comes to the field of engineering, Australia is one of the world leaders in it. International students often find the country appealing because it could help them learn and propel their careers in different sub-streams of engineering. Engineers not only solve problems, but they also create ground-breaking and useful solutions for daily challenges.
Every year, Australia demands a large number of engineers in several areas, including Agricultural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Software Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Environmental Engineering and more. Engineers are constantly working towards creating a better world for humanity to live in. Australia actively seeks engineers out to address the country’s skill shortage.
Students with an engineering degree can work and live in Australia and meet several country requirements in different aspects. When it comes to salary, an engineer in Australia can easily earn up to AUD66,000.

5. Social Work

Social work courses in Australia attract students from all over the globe. Social Work is a profession that has the fastest growth rates. The students are keen on studying these courses to work with underprivileged people and make a remarkable impact on the lives of others by providing support, advice, or help to reintegrate socially displaced individuals into the society.
In Australia, you can choose to study different social work courses like Health and welfare services, psychology, psychiatry, etc. Graduates pursue social work and related occupations listed in the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and in the combined list of eligible skilled occupations such as Social Worker, Community Worker, Welfare Worker, Welfare Centre Manager and Family Support Worker.

6. Automotive Engineering

Studying Automotive courses in Australia presents ample opportunities for international students who are passionate about fixing vehicles. It also allows them to gain permanent residency in Australia.
International students are drawn to study this course/training in Australia because of its advanced Automotive industry and education providers, imparting technical knowledge and high calibre state of the art facilities for training and familiarity to the industry.The most popular seem to be: Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology (how smaller cars and automotive vehicles run on the inside) and Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis (diagnosing car problems and figuring out how to solve them).
Studying Automotive Engineering can lead to a career as any of the following: High-in-demand automotive jobs in Australia include Motorcycle Mechanic, Automotive Electrician, Motor Mechanic, and Diesel Motor Mechanic. Graduates will also be able to get hands-on experience through job placements.

7. Hospitality

Tourism is a booming industry in Australia that not only offers an exciting career but also allows international students to obtain permanent residency. Courses falling within the Food and Hospitality Management stream promise a stimulating career, alongside having potential in terms of allowing graduates the option for various visas subject to meeting the eligibility criteria.
The flourishing tourism industry of Australia always has a high demand for welcoming and enthusiastic people who believe in making a difference in their jobs. These courses will lead you to become a Baker, Chef, Pastry Cook, Bed and Breakfast Operator, Restaurant or Cafe Manager, Licensed Club Manager, Camping or Caravan Park Manager, Accommodation and Hospitality Manager, Hotel or Motel Manager, and much more.
The average yearly salary for a person working in the tourism or hospitality industry may range between AUD23,000 to AUD169,000.

8. Accounting

Many students choose to pursue accounting in Australia because of the multiple career options available in this field. Many of these students go on to become successful accountants or auditors, internal and/ or external.
The stable and successful economy of Australia offers international graduates with prospects to follow their chosen career path. Furthermore, completing MPA (Masters in Professional Accounting) will also open excellent job prospects for you. As an accounting student, you can apply for positions like Corporate Treasurer, External Editor, Taxation Accountant, General Accountant, Management accountant, and many more.
The average salary of an accountant in Australia is around AUD75,000.

9. Building and Construction

Looking for a Permanent Residency (PR) and build a career in construction ??? Well, most of the International Student pursue a Building and Construction course to gain additional Australian PR points.
After completion of the course you can get a job as a Carpenter or Joiner, Bricklayer, Construction Estimator, Construction Project Manager, Wall and Floor Tiler, Roof Tiler, Glazier, Building Inspector, and more. As all of these occupations are trade-related and can provide a pathway to skilled migration.
An ongoing skills shortage exists in the building and construction industry and which may open the door for prospective migrants in these industries for skilled migration.

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