Which are the best courses in Australia to get jobs

Which are the best courses in Australia to get jobs?

Every year, Australia welcomes 300,000 international students. Not only does it have some of the best Universities in the world, but students are also attracted to its stay back and immigration options.

So if you are planning to study in Australia, here are the best courses that will help you get jobs:

  1. Accountancysh

Occupations like Tax Accountant and Management Accountant are listed on the Australian Skilled Occupation List. Hence Accountancy and Professional Accounting are in demand in Australia.

  1. Actuarial Science

Actuarial Science was earlier only used in the insurance domain and pension plans. However, now its scope has widened to investment banking, financial services, and decision making in businesses.

  1. Agricultural Science

Agricultural Scientists, Forestry Consultants, Agricultural Consultants, and Agronomists find a number of job opportunities in Australia. In fact, you will also find these occupations on the Skilled Occupation List. Having a degree in Agriculture from Australia will make you more attractive to employers in the country.

  1. Architecture

90% of the people in Australia live away from urban areas. Hence, Architecture is in huge demand in the country.

  1. Biomedical Engineering

The aim of Biomedical Engineering is to develop systems, devices, and equipment to resolve clinical problems. These problems could be both therapeutic and diagnostic. Australia has a huge demand for Biomedical Engineers so much so that it is also listed on the SOL.

  1. Engineering

Australia has a number of opportunities in the fields of Water & Marine, Building & Property, and Transportation. It has also had demand in the fields of Environmental Engineering and Energy & Resources. Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Civil engineering etc. are also high in demand in Australia.

  1. Earth Sciences and Related fields

Australia is a mineral rich country and hence Mining Engineers and Metallurgists are in high demand. Australia also has huge reserves of coal, natural gas, and Uranium. Oil and Gas Engineers hence, find a plethora of jobs here. Geoscientists and Geologists also are high in demand in the country.

  1. Computer Science and IT

Computer Science and IT professionals are hugely in demand in Australia. They are also some of the highest earning professionals in Australia.

  1. Psychology

Clinical Psychologist, Organizational Psychologist, and Educational Psychologist are listed on the Australian SOL. So is Psychotherapist. Doing a course in Psychology in Australia will not increase your job prospects but also help you transition to PR.

  1. Tourism and Hospitality Management

Australia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. As per the 2016 Tourism and Hospitality Careers Report, Australia needs 123,000 more workers in this field by 2020. Out of these 60,000 is skilled staff. Accommodation and Hospitality Managers are also listed on the SOL and hence in extreme demand.

  1. Business Management and Business Analytics

Management degree holders are very popular across Australia. Demand for Business Analytics degree holders has also spiked in recent years.

  1. Medicine

A huge number of doctors in Australia will retire by 2025, as per Student. Australia, hence, has a huge demand for Specialists in the field of Medicine. A number of occupations from the field of Medicine are listed on the Australian SOL.

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