The COVID-19 pandemic affected studies, which was very detrimental to education abroad. Countries closed their borders for international students, and Australia was no exception. There is a considerably large pool of Indian students studying in Australian universities. The lockdowns, closure of international borders, and online mode of education impacted the overall studies and the psyche of the students. The Australian government took note of it, and now things are coming back to normal. With a majority of people both in Australia and India receiving both the dose of vaccine, it becomes logical and the most prudent decision to open up the borders for international students.
NSW has also decided to welcome the international students so that they don’t end up wasting their precious academic time by sitting idle in their homes. However, certain guidelines are put in place to ensure students’ safety and local people. Since new variants are coming, it becomes crucial for the government to put some checks on the international students who wish to pursue higher education in Australia. We will discuss all the requirements and regulations that you have to follow as an international student when entering New South Wales.
Ensuring Safe Entry to New South Wales (NSW)
The New South Wales government is working along with the Australian government, Study NSW, the Department of Education, and other stakeholders to outline the regulations. You have to fulfill all the regulations so that you can be allowed to continue your study in NSW. The state officials are working in close coordination with the National Transition Plan laid out by the Australian government. The transition will require cautious steps to be taken, and it will need a concerted effort from all the concerned stakeholders, including students. Lire la suite