Part 2 – 5 Best Countries Offering Post Study Work Visa to Indian Students
In our previous article, we discussed 5 top countries that are offering post-study work visas to students. If you are also planning to study and work abroad then it is best to know of all the best options that are available. While we discussed UK, USA, Canada, Singapore, and France in the last article, in this piece we will tell you about some more countries that you can consider as well.
Without a doubt, China boasts of rich culture and tourism like no other. Added to that are the job opportunities that await IT, engineering, and medical students. To make things easier for students, China grants work permits and employment licenses to students who are studying or have studied in Chinese universities. If you happen to have studied in other foreign universities then also China offers work visa. From there on, you can go up the ladder and obtain a work visa. The eligibility criteria for students is to be 18 years of age or older, an average grade of 80%, and a degree and job confirmation that matches your major.
Australia is another tourist hotspot with an amazing assortment of exotic cuisine, scenic places, and of course, world-renowned universities to offer. Australia also welcomes international students with open hearts and opportunities. To encourage foreign job seekers, they offer permits to students for:
- Bachelor’s degree: 2 years
- Master’s degree: 2 years
- Master’s by Research Degree: 3 years
- Ph.D.: 4 years
Italy is home to some renowned universities and the vibrant culture of this beautiful country is almost irresistible. The affordable tuition fees and amazing research opportunities also make it a hit amongst students seeking foreign study and work visas. Italy grants a temporary work permit to students post studies given you have sufficient funds in your bank account along with accommodation proof in Italy, job confirmation, and employer’s details.
Not many people know but in many German colleges, the major portion of tuition fees is paid by the German government leaving only administrative and student clubs fees for students to fill. To add to that, job opportunities for students are also plenty. Job fairs and workshops will make you familiar with the job scenario giving you an idea of what to do and how. To do so, you can apply for an 18-month residence permit that will give you the time to look for a job in your area of expertise/specialization.
If the scenic places of Ireland are not enough to lure you in considering studying in Ireland then the job opportunities might. Ireland has a high employability rate for Irish graduates as the courses they offer are also aligned with the economic needs of the country. To make it easier for you, Ireland offers a post-study work visa for 12 months to those pursuing Bachelor’s degree and 24 months visa for post-graduate students.
If you are interested in studying at one of these dreamy places then contact our study abroad consultants who will help you every step of the way to get into your dream university. For more information, visit our website.