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Brief Description and overview of Teaching  Courses in Australia.

If you like the idea of making positive impact on a student’s life, then teaching could be a very fulfilling career for you. Teachers are in high demand for all ages and for all topics. The Australian Government’s joboutlook.gov.au website shows a solid future growth prospect for Teachers in all areas, including Early Childhood teachers and for Secondary School teachers. The average weekly pay for teachers ranges from $1,500 to $2,000 (2021).

Due to the strong demands of teachers in Australia, all level teaching from preschool to secondary school are on the Medium- to Long-Term Skills Shortage List (MLTSSL).  Studying teaching provides  good opportunities for jobs and it also provides you with a chance of getting permanent residency (PR) through an Independent Visa subclass.

Higher Education Teaching courses in Australia:

  • Bachelor of Education
  • The duration of the Bachelor of Education course is 4 years.
  • You can specialise in Early Childhood, Primary or Secondary School.
  • Bachelor of Education courses have a mandatory work placement component as part of your study, which gives you valuable work experience in Australia.

Entry requirements for International students:

  • Minimum completion of Australian year 12 or equivalent.
  • Academic IELTS minimum of 7.0 overall and at least 6.5 in each band or equivalent.

              (For more accurate information, check the individual institution's website or contact us) 

  • Master of Teaching: 
  • Master of Teaching is two years long course.
  • Master of may have mandatory work placement component in the course.

Entry requirements for International students:

  • A recognised Bachelor degree.
  • Academic IELTS minimum of 7.5 overall and at least 8.0 in listening and speaking, 7.0 in reading and writing.

              (For more information, check the individual institution's website or contact us) 

What are the PR options/Pathways for Teaching graduates?

  • Completing your accredited degree.
  • Completing your skills assessment with the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).
  • Lodge your Expression of Interest (You must meet the minimum points requirement).
  • After receiving the invitation, you are eligible to apply for PR.

Different type of Migration Visa options for Teachers.

Due to the massive demand for teachers in Australia, there are many PR pathways if you have your skills assessed through the Australian Institute for Teaching and School  Leadership (AITSL). Furthermore, the Australian Government's initiative to encourage skilled workers to move to regional areas to fill the skill shortage gap in these regions means that they have created many PR pathways by studying, living and working in regional Australia. Teaching is listed on both the Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) and Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and qualify for VISA types 190, 189,491, 494 and more.