Sunday the 3rd August 2014
Volume 326
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 Today we bring to you the new ACT Sponsorship Occupation list and a few interesting news articles of the week for some Sunday reading. 

ACT Occupation List updated The words Compliance, Rules, Regulations and Guidelines on colorful arrow road signs directing you

Applicants who may be interested in obtaining sponsorship for the 190 visa subclass (PR) may find the new occupation list released by the ACT interesting.

Some occupations have become available since the last one released in February this year whilst others have closed.

You can access the Updated ACT Skilled Occupation List and have a read of their new guidelines here.
Articles of the week
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This week there are have been a number of news articles which would be on interest to international students

Almost Migrants

An interesting insight by Pater Mares if the Swindburne Institute for Social Research, Inside Story publication. It gives rundown regarding the 485 Graduate visa program, its advantages and disadvantages.

College dreams hit by red tape

The Australian looks at the difficulties current and planned RTO's face in getting their schools updated or even up and running.

De-registration of Williams Business College

The Australian follows the drawn out saga of Williams Business College closure of its doors in North Sydney with hundreds of students left disadvantaged.

Graduate jobs rate worst in 20 years

The Australian reports on the jobless rate of fresh graduates in Australia.

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