FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Before asking, please read below some of the most frequently asked questions we get from clients. For additional concerns or further inquiries, please don’t hesitate to send us a message or call our 24/7 hotline so we can offer assistance much faster.

AUSTRALIA-BOUND STUDENTS

1. How much is the average living expense in Australia?
The average living expense in Australia is around AUS $850-1,100.
  • Rent: AUS $500 - 700
  • Food: AUS $250 - 300
  • Transportation: AUS $50
  • Telephone AUS $50
2. Do I have accommodation options?
Fil Global can assist the applicant by arranging the following means:
  • Homestay
  • Month-on-Month Rental Basis<
  • Food and Accommodation is provided by a host family
  • School Dormitory
  • Set housing for the duration of your studies by the school residence
  • Apartment Rentals
  • Independent housing opportunities off-campus. Usually terms are set for one year.
3. Can I apply for Permanent Residency after my studies?
To apply for Permanent Residency, you would need to finish 2 years of education in a skilled occupation.
4. Are International Students granted working rights?
Yes, International Students are granted 40 hours every two weeks.
5. What if I do not have funds in my account?
It is recommended that you find a sponsor for your studies. Australia accepts valid sponsors (especially family members) if they provide bank accounts and affidavits of support.
6. Are there scholarships for the study programs?
Yes, Australian schools have merit-based scholarships. There are also Fil-Global scholarships that can be offered depending on the program.

CANADA-BOUND STUDENTS

1. How much is the average living expenses in Canada?
The average living expense in Canada is around CAD $1,050-1,300.
  • Rent: CAD $700-900
  • Food: CAD $250-300
  • Transportation: CAD $50-100
  • Telephone CAD $50
2. Do I have accommodation options?
Fil Global can assist the applicant by arranging the following means:
  • Homestay
  • Month-on-Month Rental Basis
  • Food and Accommodation is provided by a host family
  • School Dormitory
  • Set housing for the duration of your studies by the school residence
  • Apartment Rentals
  • Independent housing opportunities off-campus. Usually terms are set for one year.
3. Can I apply for Permanent Residency after my studies?
Yes, International Students are qualified for Permanent Residency should they complete a Bachelor or Master’s Degree. Provincial Nomination or Canada Experience Class will be the available options.
4. Are International Students granted working rights?
Yes, International Students are granted 20 hours per week.
5. What are not included in the fees listed in this Information Pack?
Airfare. Discounts are provided care of our Travel Agency.
6. What if I do not have funds in my account?
It is recommended that you find a sponsor for your studies. Canada accepts valid sponsors (especially family members) if they provide bank accounts and affidavits of support.