澳 大利亚大学在QS(Quacquarelli Symonds)近日公布的学科排名榜单上荣获佳绩。四所澳大利亚大学位列教育学单科世界前10的排位,14所大学进入世界前100的排位,前十分别为墨 尔本大学(2)、蒙纳士大学(6)、悉尼大学(8)及昆士兰大学(10)。

As a major country for studying abroad, Australia's pedagogy has always enjoyed a high reputation in the world. This time one-third of the universities have entered the world's top 100, which once again proves that Australian universities are small and sophisticated. This time, the University of Mexico has even beaten the world's top universities such as Harvard University, Cambridge and Stanford University. Also ranked among the top 50 in the world:

23 from Deakin University

26 University of New South Wales

33 from the University of Western Australia

35 Australian National University

Curtin University 37

The top 100 are

Griffith University

Macquarie University

Queensland University of Technology

University of South Australia

University of Wollongong

List of occupations for preschool and middle school teachers or skilled immigrants in education

Skilled Occupation List (SOL)

On the major:

  1. Early Childhood (Pre-Primary School) Teacher 241111 NOOSR/AITS

  2. Secondary School Teacher 241411 NOOSR/AITS

Pedagogy is also a popular subject in Australia. There is a huge demand for local teachers in Australia, especially in the shortage of technical and natural math teachers in secondary schools. Australia's population will grow by 40 in the next 6 years, and the birth of more new lives will also affect Australia's education industry. Australia's teaching profession has many advantages, such as:

1. Teachers are government officials and have high pensions. Australian civil servants enjoy an annual pension of 17% of their salary, while pensions for other occupations are 9% of public funds.

2. Stable income. There are subsidies in remote areas. The starting salary is high, the salary of a new graduate of a four-year bachelor's degree is about 49050 Australian dollars, and about 3 Australian dollars after three years of work.

3. Short working hours, easy work, working hours are 9 am to 3 pm.

4. 假期长。每年四个带薪假期,包括2个长假期和2个短假期。其中值得一提的是西澳的老师一年中只有6-7个月的工作时间,其余的时间都为假期。

5. There are many employment opportunities. The United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and other countries generally lack primary and secondary school teachers, especially those in science and engineering. At the same time, we also know that Australian primary and secondary school teachers are affected by the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada.

6. Warm welcome from Hong Kong, Japan and other countries, and provide round-trip air tickets, accommodation subsidies, and generous salary of more than 50000 US dollars!

7. Teachers are also in short supply in Australia, with loose immigration policies and short processing time.

Classification of Australia's education industry

So being a teacher in Australia can have the above advantages, but if you want to be a teacher in Australia, do you know the classification of the Australian education industry?

The education industry is divided into 5 categories: preschool education, primary and secondary education, higher education, adult education and other education, and education support services. Teachers in Australia are generally divided into two categories, earlychildhood and secondary.

early education(Earlychildhood)

● Professional advantage

Early education is highly valued in Australia. Due to the shortage of teachers, the Australian education industry urgently needs to recruit qualified early education teachers. For Chinese students, the admission requirements for early education programs are not high. After graduation, they will be certified as teachers and can engage in early education.

● Industry demand

There is a great demand for early education teachers in Australia. Many state governments have allocated funds to strengthen the education of kindergartens or preschool education centers and recruit a large number of qualified early education teachers. Some state governments even want to reduce the manpower of primary school teachers to ease the pressure on teachers in kindergartens or preschool education centers. Therefore, the early education industry has created a lot of employment opportunities for the labor market.

Early education teachers are also hot talents in other countries in the country, and they have become one of the four most scarce talents in the world. The United States, Singapore and other developed countries also have a great demand for kindergarten teachers. International schools have been opened to cultivate outstanding talents in line with the development of education in their countries, and they have thrown out olive branches to vigorously recruit international talents.


Secondary education(Secondary)

● Professional advantage

Secondary education is also an education direction that the Australian government attaches great importance to and teachers are in great demand. Between 2009 and 2012, the Australian government will successively invest 635 billion Australian dollars in the construction of Australian schools. This is twice the investment in the past 4 years. It can be seen that the Australian government attaches great importance to primary and secondary education. The requirements for middle school teachers are relatively higher than those of early childhood education. Middle school teachers teach all subjects except professional courses. Generally speaking, middle school teachers are required to teach courses of more than two majors. After graduation, students can also obtain a teacher qualification certificate.

● Industry demand

According to the analysis of the Australian Education, Early Education Development and Youth Affairs Commission, there are several factors that affect the growth of secondary school teachers. Including: the size of the school-age population, the enrollment rate of different ages and the proportion of entering the 12th grade in particular, the degree of public and private funding to the school, teacher and salary costs, policies on class size, and curriculum settings that can affect class size. The enrollment level of students and the teacher-student ratio also affect the demand for teachers. Between 1989 and 2003, the number of students enrolled increased, while the teacher-student ratio declined; this indicates that the number of teachers employed increased during this period. The teacher-student ratio in each state is about 16:1. The more students enroll, the greater the demand for teachers.


Conditions for teacher professional evaluation:

1. Degree certificate, which is equivalent to four years of Australian education undergraduate degree. If the undergraduate degree is not educational, you must study for 1-2 years of postgraduate diploma or master degree in teacher profession

2. At least 45 days of supervised teaching practice related to the nominated teacher occupation

3. IELTS score: each part of listening, speaking, reading and writing must be above 7 points. Valid for one year


How to register as a local teacher in Australia?

Generally speaking, if you want to become a local teacher in Australia, you must become a teacher in each continent in accordance with the requirements of the registered teacher associations of each continent. The conditions for becoming a registered teacher vary from state to state. In addition to completing pre-employment teacher training courses recognized by each state, there are other conditions. For IELTS, for example, Western Australia IELTS requires 8 points, 7 points or more in individual items, and 7.5 points in New South Wales, and 8 points in speaking and listening. , 7 points for reading and writing.

Queensland requires 4 IELTS 7s. South Australia requires an average score of 7.5, including listening and speaking no less than 8.0, reading and writing no less than 7. Victoria requires Overall 7.5, speaking 8.0, listening 8.0, reading 7.0 and writing 7.0. To become an Australian teacher, you must first pass the language barrier.

For the admission requirements for courses recognized by the Australian Teachers’ Association, it is generally difficult to apply for language and pedagogy. Most schools in secondary education require students to have more than two fields of study at the undergraduate level in order to apply The field to be taught in the future.

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