International Student Welfare in Australia

Apr 25, 2020
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The article gives a brief overview on the different steps taken by the Australian Government and Australian education providers in order to maintain international student welfare. It provides some essential information regarding COVID-19 which covers social distancing restrictions and key contacts required in case of an emergency situation. This also provides to-the-point answers to some of the frequently asked questions by the international students.

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Positivism is the Need of The Hour Presently

Apr 17, 2020
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A lady showcasing positivism

The article gives a brief overview of how different businesses and individuals can try to stay positive during these tough times. There can be various ways through which we can remain happy. Some of them can include regular exercise, communicating with our digital community and incorporating humor on a daily basis.

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Work From Home Made Efficient Through Agentcis

Apr 5, 2020
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The article gives a brief overview of how Agentcis can be a one-step solution for the overseas education and migration consultants worldwide to work remotely and still manage their businesses effectively. Agentcis can help you to acquire, manage and grow with your partners and clients quickly by making the entire process better and efficient & reducing the redundancies involved in the system.

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How to Work Remotely during COVID-19 Crisis

Mar 25, 2020
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Woman working from home

The article gives a brief overview of 7 different applications which education counsellors can use remotely to enhance their business. These tools can ensure effective management of their clients, partners and employees while sitting remotely. The applications are Agentcis, Zoom, Toky, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Hello Sign and Small PDF. These 7 applications can be a game changer for all the education and migration agents while working remotely in these unprecedented times.

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Coronavirus Outbreak to a Global Pandemic

Mar 13, 2020
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The article gives a brief overview of how fast the coronavirus has travelled its journey from being called as an outbreak to a global pandemic. The virus has now spread across 114 countries with China, Iran and Italy being impacted the most till now. It discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy. It also points out the different steps that Governments can take across the world and various self-motivated measures taken by individuals as well.

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Coronavirus Affects Australia’s Booming Education Sector

Mar 2, 2020
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The article gives a brief overview of the impact of coronavirus on the Australian education sector. It has been hit by a severe $8 billion loss to the Australian economy at a time when the economy is already struggling to come out of the hard time faced due to the bush fires as well as issues going on globally. Many of the Australian Universities are now looking forward towards online classes for Chinese students. But, it comes up with some challenges that Google does not work in China. The main motive of the Australian government has been to prevent the disease from spreading in Australia which can lead to even further disastrous consequences.

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Bushfires Impacting Australia’s International Education Sector

Feb 5, 2020
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The article gives a brief overview of how the devastating bushfires in Australia have impacted the most profitable international education sector. It discusses how several stakeholders including the Universities and the Government have collaborated now to address the issue. They have tried to reassure the international community that Australia is still one of the best places for business and its Universities are still among the top-ranked ones globally.

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