Education Services

We are authorised representative of many Australian Education providers including colleges, universities, Professional Year providers and NAATI Accreditation Course/Exam preparation providers . Having experience working with hundreds international students who have chosen to purse their higher education in Australia, we understand so well how inundating the process of course selection and associated visa processes can be.


We follow a 4-step process to help you make the best decision for choosing your education path in Australia.

  • Step I: Understanding your personal & professional goals

    It all starts with you. The first counselling session involves understanding your unique situation based on your education history, your aspirations and your skill set. Some obvious considerations to make are your interests, your mode of study-online/ in-class/hybrid, the city you want to live in, costs and scholarships that may be available to off-set the cost of education etc. Some of the questions that we ask to make that assessment include:

    1. The match between your desired qualification & your professional goals
    2. Are you considering Australia for migration and in that case, does your course choice enable you to be on the skilled immigration list?
    3. What visa category do you qualify for?
    4. Does your level of English meet the requirements of the course or university?
    5. What is your current visa status?
  • Step II: Discussing your study options and providers that best suit you

    Once your personal and professional goals are identified, the next step would be discussing with you the universities and institutes that offer those career pathways and evaluating which ones you make the cut for based on the entry requirements. The expected outcomes would be:

    1. Identifying whether you should work towards a degree or a vocational course in the city you would want to live in
    2. Which institutions are best suited for you: - public or private university or college or a pre-university English school
    3. How many hours you can and would work and what class schedules work for you: evening/morning or weekends etc and your mode of study-online/ in-class/hybrid
    4. Discussing payment options for the course based on your financial considerations and the scholarships that may be available
  • Step III. Assisting with the GTE requirement

    The genuine temporary entrant requirement (GTE) is an integrity measure to ensure that the Student Visa Programme is used as intended and not used by international students as a way of maintaining de facto permanent residency in Australia. To address the GTE Criteria is a very crucial to maintaining your Australian student visa. Therefore, a trained counsellor who knows the pitfalls can guide you towards making the right decision for your career and life in Australia. Some of the key recommendations we make to students applying for further student visa/extension are:

    • Ensure that you are meeting your school’s attendance criteria at all times.
    • Make sure you are focussing on the course and getting acceptable grades every semester: if you repeatedly abandon courses you are enrolled in, DIBP has good reason to believe that you are doing so in stay in Australia, rather than for the genuine purpose of academics
    • Be very mindful of your course choice when switching courses. Don’t switch to a course because it’s cheaper or your friends are studying it. Study what you are genuinely interested in and what builds on your current qualification.  You can be under scrutiny if DIBP feels the course choices you are making may not be relevant to your past course or proposed future employment
    • Do not work for more hours than your student visa allows you.
  • Step IV: Enrolment in the course & managing your visa application


    Once you are clear on your choices and have decided to take the next step towards enrolment, the counsellor would guide you through all the paperwork needed and manage every step of the enrolment process.  This includes:

    • Guiding you on all the paperwork needed for visa and application process including certified copies of academic transcripts, diplomas/certificates, etc
    • Completing all applications forms and working with you on filling up the requisite paperwork
    • Liaising with the selected institution through the course of the application process on your behalf and getting your letter of offer and Confirmation of Enrolment from them
    • Filing for your new student visa and/or extension.
    • Voila, you are all set to start your education.  Speak to one of our experienced counselors today and get the help you need. They even speak your language. Simply fill up the enquiry form and we will get back to within 48 hours.


A Professional Year Program is a structured professional development program combining formal learning and workplace experience for the international student who have graduated from a university in Australia. Gazetted by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) and managed by the respective Professional Bodies, it aims to enhance the employability of International graduates of Accounting, IT and Engineering fields and a successful completion of the program earns them 5 points towards permanent residency in Australia.

Benefits of Professional Year Programme

  • Gain 5 migration points upon successful completion of the program
  • Helps to meet the skills assessment requirement (for Accounting & ICT only)
  • Gain a Professional Year Program certificate
  • Enhance your CV and interview skills
  • Develop practical skills through a professional internship
  • Build your network with industry professionals
  • Gain an understanding of the Australian workplace and industry


To qualify for a Professional Year Program, you MUST:


  1. Have graduated from a related higher education program within Australia (minimum 2 years duration)
  2. Currently hold or applied for a Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485, either stream) with at least 12 months validity
  3. Provide evidence of English language proficiency


National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) is a standard organisation responsible for setting, maintaining and promoting high professional standards that issues accreditations for practitioners who wish to work as translators and interpreters in Australia. Without the accreditation, aspiring translators and interpreters would find it difficult to obtain jobs as employers would expect it as proof of skills and abilities.


NAATI accreditation permits translators and interpreters to quickly and easily demonstrate their level of skills and ability which employer expected as a proof. An accreditation would also earn 5 bonus points, under Credentialed Community Language (CCL) points at the Paraprofessional level or above, which can be claimed for migration purpose.

We proudly represent the best Australian education providers, assisting students, creating a personalised education pathway and worry-free experience. Some of the

degrees and qualifications offered by our education partners are:

  • Diploma of Interpreting
  • Advanced Diploma of Translating

Please contact us to enrol in one of these courses and gain 5 points towards your PR application.


2/37 Park Street, Campsie, NSW 2194

Phone: 0423 418 355


Express Education and Migration Services
ABN: 80 752 767 118 , MARN: 1795415

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