Average salary – $20-25 per hour, Up to $50 per article
Average salary – $13-25 per hour
As a tour guide, you will need to guide around a group of people to specific locations in line with the guidelines of the tour company you are working with
That means you'll have to-
Be flexible about working hours
Be good at communication
Know-how of the locality
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You'll need to know how to drive
In some places, you will need to pass a postal exam, which is very easy
If you can show you have pet dogs in the past, that should be enough
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Usually, you should fly 1 to 2 weeks before the college starts.
But the date at which you can arrive on foreign soil will be mentioned in your I20/Visa documents.
If not, you can email the recruitment officer to find out.
It can be anything between 300 and 500 AUD, depending on which of the provided housing options you choose.
You can read more about the costs associated with studying at Melbourne here.
I suggest you contact your college and inform them about this
They should be able to provide you with an alternative document for this
Official transcripts are signed and/or stamped and sealed in an envelope by your college
Unofficial transcripts are not sealed
There are 2 options-
First, you'll have to scan each sheet.
If your printer allows you to combine these scans into a single folder, do that.
If not, you can combine all of these scans into a single file using an online tool.
There are many options available for this - Merge PDF, iLovePDF, and more.
Make sure the end file is a PDF document.
Then upload it to your application!
If you fulfill the equipment and environment requirements, have a stable internet connection, and are comfortable taking notes on a transparent sheet, you can take the GRE at Home.
This way, you don't have to worry about your health and can take the test from the comfort of your home.
That is a great question.
See, while an SOP is written in a more professional tone, your Personal Statement will have a hint of emotion in it.
In a Personal Statement, you have to explain why you chose the university and the program based on your personal experiences.
For example, how, a friend/family facing an issue gave you an idea for a project, and you fell in love with the subject.
See where I am going with this?
You don't have to be formal. You have to be your true, authentic self.
Your university-specific paragraph should talk about the university, the program, and why they interest you.
You could relate to the student bodies and the committees you wish to join.
Mention any professors you know and admire.
Outline why you are the best choice for the program.
This shouldn't take more than 200-220 words.