Your student visa will be valid for the same length of time as the study you’ve paid for.
This means that, if you want to stay back, you will need to land a job before you graduate and get a post-study work visa before your student visa expires.
If you’re planning to live in New Zealand after graduation, it’s best to get a job in an occupation where there’s a shortage of skilled workers.
You will find a list of Essential Skills in Demand on the New Zealand government website.
Doing this will definitely improve your chances of getting a residence visa later.
When you are admitted, the university sends you a student visa along with the acceptance letter itself.
Once you get this, apply for a Student Pass.
To apply, head to the Student’s Pass Online Application and Registration System (SOLAR) website.
Once you have logged in using the details provided to you by the university, fill in and submit the e-Form 16 and pay 30 SGD.
After this, you will be provided with a disembarkation/embarkation card, which will get you entry into Singapore.
You will have to complete the rest of the process after you have arrived in the country.
If you’re planning to study in Denmark for more than 3 months (90 days, to be precise), you will need a visa.
In case you’re from EU/EEA, you will have to apply for a registration certificate.
If you’re a Swiss citizen, you will be needing a residence card.
Otherwise, you will need a residence permit.
An acceptance letter from your university
Financial proof that you can support yourself
Language proficiency in English, German, Danish, Swedish, or Norwegian
It will take at least 30 days to process your application. So, it’s best to apply for your residence permit 3 months in advance.
Biden has called for an increased number of visas for permanent, employment-based immigration
But until he actually does something, it's all speculation
It's best to be cautiously optimistic about this
Most probably, if you have a degree from an Australian university you will be eligible for a post-study work visa.
What I would recommend is for you to start creating a strategy to achieve your goals
Research your industry in Australia.
Research what companies are looking for in an ideal candidate.
And then start gaining experience in the Australian market as soon as possible.
Internships and part-time jobs in your industry are an excellent idea.
Student Visa (Subclass 500) – This visa will allow you to take up a full-time course in Australia and live there for up to 5 years
Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 590) – If you wish to support a student who is under 18, you will need to apply for this visa
Training Visa (Subclass 407) – Allowing you to do workplace-based training, this visa will allow you to participate in a classroom-based professional development training program and stay in Australia for up to 2 years
The list of Ireland visa application requirements includes –
A letter of acceptance from a recognized school, college, or university.
Evidence of your academic and English language ability
Confirmation that course fees have been paid in full
Proof that you have sufficient funds (usually €7,000) to support yourself during your stay
Evidence that you or a sponsor have access to at least €7,000 for each subsequent year of your studies
Verification of private medical insurance or EHIC possession
An explanation of any gaps in your educational history
Evidence of academic ability to pursue your chosen course
Confirmation of your intent to return to your home country after leaving Ireland
Two recent passport-sized photographs
A passport that is valid for at least six months after the course will end