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If any provision of these Terms is found to be invalid under any applicable law withing the governing jurisdictionof this agreement, such provisions shall be deleted without affecting the remaining provisions herein.
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The Superstudent Headquarters Pty Ltd is allowed to assign, transfer, and subcontract its rights and/or obligations under these Terms without any notification. However, you are not allowed to assign, transfer, or subcontract any of your rights and/or obligations under these Terms.
These Terms constitute the entire agreement between Superstudent Headquarters Pty Ltd and you in relation to your use of this Website, and supersede all prior agreements and understandings.
These Terms will be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of New South Wales, Australia, and you submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in New South Wales, Australia for the resolution of any disputes.
Superstudent Headquarters Pty Ltd can be contacted directly by filling out the contact form available in the Home Page of this Website. It can also be contacted via email at our general contact address. The street address and telephone numbers for Superstudent Headquarters can be found on the Contact section of the Home Page of this Website.
This document was last revised in December 2016.
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Our services include:
We offer a very special ‘Local Support’ service to both our students and their families. This service is a phone number they can call 24/7 asking for anything they may need help with during their stay in Australia
We understand how comforting it is for students and family to know that in times of need, no matter the day or time, help is available with just one phone call.
We work with the ongoing support of three immigration agents to provide personal advice and assistance to our students helping them to prepare documents, make applications and manage the process for obtaining a Student visa, Graduate, Business, Investor, Training, Permanent Residence, Defacto, Working Holiday and many other types of visas.
We also investigate the options for students wishing to stay permanently in Australia and prepare a strategic plan for obtaining permanent residence.
We are also able to provide special assistance to families with children, whose parents want to come to Australia either to study or for permanent residence.
To accommodate our single students when they arrive in Australia, we work with some large local accommodation companies who manage home shares (accommodation) and rooms in a family home (home stay).
For students who come with family we work with a group of budget hotels who can provide accommodation while you’re looking for a flat or a house according to your taste and convenience. The search for housing families can be done by the family themselves or, if they prefer, they can hire the services of a professional who is experienced in accompanying newcomer families. In our database we have the details for several of these professionals experienced in assisting students and their families. Let us know if you would like to speak them.
Superstudent pioneered in Australia the system to give formal support to students to help them gain entry into the workforce. This system has successfully been in operation for over 12 years and it is with great pride and joy that we have today, among our former students, business leaders and successful professionals whose first job was accomplished by our agency. This success is the end result of good planning, focus, and determination to achieve what you came to Australia for.
Our support services to find jobs include:
We cannot guarantee that you will be provided with a job as we are not the employers, however, we can promise that we will help our students to the best of our ability to get work in Australia, according to their competence and experience.
Our students who become members of the "SSHQ Student Service Club" have the local support they need to make the adaptation to their new life free from major problems.
Services provided include:
The Service Club also has a good contact network that includes doctors, dentists, lawyers, accountants and other professionals willing to help our students when they need.
Should you need to do some additional studies to become fluent in the English language, we can advise you on a number of courses to suit your needs. You can start by doing General English which is a basic course all students do, and then continue studying more advanced courses that best meet your needs.
English courses available in addition to the General English course are:
(*)EAP is an advanced course for those going to attend university. Some Australian universities accept EAP certificate instead of Academic IELTS certificate.
We can assist with Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses in the following areas:
Note: These are just the most common or favourite courses for many of our overseas students. If you are looking for a specific course which is not in the above list, just contact us. We will be pleased to help find the right course for you.
Australian universities offer a wide variety of courses and are ranked among the world's best in areas such as Engineering, Information Technology, Medicine, Environmental Sciences, Accounting, Finance and Education. Australia is a pioneer in Long Distance Teaching.
Australian universities offer three types of higher education: bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctorate. The double bachelor degree programs are very common, especially in the areas of Humanities, Business, Law and Sciences, the end of which students get two diplomas.
There are 43 large universities in Australia plus other smaller institutions also offering higher education courses. In large universities the education system is traditionally academic, while in smaller institutions courses are more driven towards the practical application of each profession.