The working holiday visa is a perfect opportunity for young travellers to explore different countries with the ability to undertake employment. Most countries have reciprocal agreements that encourage travellers to experience the cultural differences between countries. The most popular is the Working Holiday Australia, where you can travel to Australia and experience all it gas to offer.
To make sure you meet the requirements and you’re eligible to apply for the working holiday visa, make sure you do your research because some countries vary. Generally speaking these are some of the requirements you are likely to expect:
- Must be aged between 18-30 (18-35 in some countries)
- You need to purchase a return ticket
- Prove you have enough money to live
- Normally a restriction on the length of time you can work
We Can Help.
We understand the daunting process of moving overseas and the services you may require when preparing to move. Below we have listed the most commonly used industries for working holiday makers, this will give you a better understanding of what to expect and who to connect with.
to help secure your visa and make the first step forward, why not use a specialist to help you get there.
don’t forget to establish your student bank account ready for your arrival.
the perfect way to transfer funds at competitive rates to pay for study fees, accommodation and books!
start applying for part-time jobs to help put some extra cash in your pocket.
shipping & moving
whether you’re sending one box or an entire rooms worth, finding the company that suits you is essential.
regardless of the length of time you’re studying overseas, it is vital you ensure you’re covered.
if you do work alongside your study, then don’t forget to check if you’re eligible for a tax rebate.
whether you need to book your flight or arrange accommodation, the travel centre allows you to do just that.