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Recent work visa changes in Australia

In the past few months, the Australian Government announced a lot of different changes in its legislation regarding the working visas in general and the Working visa 457 in particular. In order to see clearer, Go Study gives you a summary of all the changes that will be effective from March 2018. Please be aware that some changes can still occur in the next months.

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How I Prepared for My IELTS Language Exam

Hi, my name is Ioana and I am from Romania. I chose to take the IELTS examination as part of the benefits I received after finishing a six-month internship for the British Council, in my home country. I thought it would be a good opportunity to assess my English level and considered the certificate would be a huge plus for my CV as I was planning to work in a multicultural environment. I decided to take the IELTS because I thought it would best match my future interests. Eventually, I did benefit from my English certificate at my job interviews, and now I work as a content editor for an international company.

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IELTS Preparation: Understanding the task types

There is clear evidence that learning the various task types in IELTS is the quickest and most effective way of improving your band score. We recently conducted research on over 100,000 British Council candidates using Road to IELTS (our official IELTS preparation product) to do just this. We found that after using the program for just six hours, candidates’ scores in the Reading module activities improved by, on average, 64%.

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Best universities in Ireland 2018

Despite a moderate island population of roughly five million, there are a number of excellent higher learning institutions in the Republic of Ireland. These are the best universities in the Republic of Ireland based on the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018. 
Three of the country’s best universities are based in the greater area of Dublin, Ireland’s capital and largest city.