The crisis named COVID-19 has taken everything in its sweep. It has now become one of the most dreaded catastrophes that have surfaced the millennia. It has shaken the very foundation of humanity. People around the world are facing mental and physical misbalance because of social isolation. The disease has shredded the egoist facet of humanity which was developing at an unrelentingly high rate. But, the worst-hit sector is--- Education.
Colleges and students are unaware when things will go back to normal. With the fear of re-infection, Students and their families are weighing the options that are closer to their homes. International flights got cancelled. All the activities came to a standstill and students were struck. They had to either take leave or cancel their future admissions for abroad study.
The Coronavirus affects on Chinese students in the worst way possible. A Chinese student studying at a university in Australia was unable to take exams like the University doesn’t allow students to take exams online. This year has burdened the administration of educational institutions around the world, but they are striving and beating the odds with their flexible approach.
Because of the vulnerabilities encompassing the wellbeing and monetary considerations of the pandemic, most of the colleges won't have filled their available seats for various courses by the customary May 1 cut-off date. Educational Institutions that are worried about not reaching their annual enrolment numbers will probably deviate from following strict rules for admissions in permitting the students to apply, even at a later date.
To give understudies more opportunity to visit and think about different permutations and combinations, various colleges have pushed forward their usual fee collecting time to June 1. Generally, these are schools that truly have not filled their class by May 1. Some particular institutions have kept the May 1 as a reply date for candidates.
If you have a deadline for submitting the fee from one school on May 1 and another one is June 1, and you need more time to think and arrive at a plausible decision. In this case, you may try to extend the time to school authorities that are expecting fee submission by May 1 to consider you for a later date. Whether the college permit this would depend upon the availability of the candidates for that seat.
In case a student has applied to one of the most specific, most coveted institutions, which amounts to under 4% of the four-year public and charitable privately-funded colleges in Australia, their chances of getting admission there are as minuscule as they were before the pandemic frenzy drowned everything. Those colleges would be getting more applications from their home ground owing to the pandemic. The likelihood of international applying has also become less, but it has been taken care of by domestic applications.
If any student has applied to another 16% of colleges and universities that are less selective, those who accept admissions of at least one-fifth or half of the candidates that have applied in total, their chances of securing a seat could increase manifold.
Due to the financial limitations imposed by Coronavirus, at least fifth of the students have figured that they may need to abandon their priority college to go to a more affordable school, as indicated by a survey conducted in March when the pandemic broke.
Also, that study found that choosing a college closer to home would be a more feasible and intelligent decision than the priority educational institution for 35% of the students. Contemplating these elements, colleges are probably going to accept students admission applications of a greater number of students than they did a year ago in the light of the fact that they expect that a greater number of the student they have admitted will at last choose to remain close to home or to go to a more humble college.
The main concern for colleges now days is that more students will decline good offers to enter into a good institution owing to the looming fear of the health crisis and economic limitations. Because of this, colleges would be offering concessions on student’s loans and offer bigger scholarships to increase the rate of admissions higher. Universities sharing the same vicinity would compete to get more competent and deserving students.
Schools may fetch a plan to identify the key concerns and then making an offer that a student can’t refuse. For example, as of now the student loan provided by the HECS HELP covered only the tuition fee. The University may offer to provide scholarships for boarding and other expenses to students who are eligible to get a loan from HECS HELP.
Last September witnessed the conclusion of a dragging legal battle between the Department of Justice and National Association of College Admissions Counselling. The settles anti-trust lawsuit removed the prohibition from colleges to induct students who have already accepted the offer from some other college by proffering them bigger scholarships or other perks. Earlier, this kind of poaching was considered against the principles of equity and good conscience.
Most of the Coronavirus faqs are filled up with the questions that how students are going to learn about the structure and environment of the college when they cannot visit the premises in person. A prudent person may not consider visiting a college campus as they are closed for now. but, technology has made this easier. Many colleges have been conducting webinars and virtual meetings where student and their parent can participate. A virtual tour of the college is given and every query satisfied. The response to these interactive virtual meet is positive.
Apart from these group activities, you may make an appointment for a private live video conferencing with a faculty member of the university. Similarly, mock online classes are also conducted to make students understand the mechanism the college is going to follow in the pandemic.
Mankind has strived and thrived through testing times before too! By standing in solidarity, we would come out of this situation victoriously. For taking any academic assistance, contact Sample Assignment anytime.
Archer Wilson is an academic blogger who has been working with Sample Assignment for over five years, holding a Ph.D. degree in English Literature. Apart from being a blogger, he also works as an Australian assignment help expert for English in his idle time.
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