Australian Student Visa Application

Study in Australia | Student Visa Requirements

Australia is a modern, democratic country with great healthcare, excellent educational institutions and a geography that’s like no place else on earth. Many Singaporeans, like you, choose Australia as their destination to further their studies. At this point of time, you may have decided on embarking to Australia for further studies. Or perhaps, you may …

Reasons to choose AECC Global as your overseas education agent.

Reasons to apply for overseas education through AECC Global Singapore

A lot of times, students rely on friends, family or the internet to make decisions as trusting an overseas education agency with your future can be hard. The truth is that your friends don’t really have years of experience working in the Australian education field or the requisite training and tools to be equipped with …

Girls in single-parent families at greater risk of obesity

In Australia, girls in single-parent families are at a higher risk of being overweight or obese than children in dual-parent families. This fits with recent research findings from the United States showing that children in single-parent households are at a higher risk of becoming overweight or obese than those from households with two parents. A …

Are nuts making you fat?

As a high-calorie, fat-rich food, it’s easy to see why weight-conscious individuals may hesitate to snack on nuts. However, closer inspection shows that nuts are not only energy and nutrient-dense powerhouses, but they can also help you control your weight. Deakin University lecturer and Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) research dietitian Dr Sze-Yen …

What it’s really like to be a physiotherapist?

Do you like to help people, enjoy a challenge and want a career that is stimulating and rewarding? If yes, then physiotherapy could be for you. But what does the day-to-day of being a physiotherapist really involve? ACU Bachelor of Physiotherapy graduate Ben Hay is now working at The Prince Charles Hospital in Brisbane. He …

What’s life like at Taylors Perth?

Student council president of Taylors Perth, Priya, tells us about her experience at Taylors College Perth. The events, the teachers and the friends she has made.  It has almost been a year since I came to Perth and started at Taylors College. My time in Taylors has gone by really fast yet the memories I …

Fame is not the aim: 5 successful creative careers

A career in the creative industries may seem like a far stretch to some, especially if you think that ‘making it’ in the industry means being a famous musician or film director. However, the global creative industry is big business, meaning it employs a lot of different people. The global cultural and creative industries generated …

Study Medicine in Australia

Why should I study medicine overseas? As it is very competitive to study medicine in Singapore, many students are now looking into opportunities abroad. Though it is as competitive overseas, you will however have more options to choose from! In fact, out of all the universities that offer a medicine degree, 8 universities offer degrees …

Study Overseas | Hello study, goodbye social life?

If you’re an older student, you may be worried that going back to uni would eat up even more of your very limited free time. That it will be too tough to manage study with work, family and a social life. But it can be done, we promise. Here are some tips to manage your …

Study Abroad | Tips For Choosing What To Study Abroad

Choosing what to study isn’t easy. We completely understand. Here are some practical tips to help you make the right call. Study what you want It seems obvious, but when choosing your course preferences, you should list the courses you are most excited about. Chances are you’ll encounter a lot of opinions about what you …

Foundation Programmes | What You Need To Know

What is a foundation programme? Foundation programme is a bridging course for a Bachelor’s Degree that is designed for international students who either have completed their secondary school qualification (GCE N/O Levels) and already know which university they would like to study in, or for those who have completed high school (GCE A Levels/IB) but …