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  1. Hello Guys, I will finish my PhD study in field of computer science from a governmental university in Malaysia soon, I am interested to apply for Victorian state nomination for international PhD graduates program, do you know how should I start the process?Do I need to send my PhD certificate for assessment before applying? Hope someone can provide some hints here. Thank you in advance Myti
  2. Hi All, Did anyone out there have applied through this "State nomination for international PhD graduates" scheme? In near future I will be finishing my Ph.D in civil engineering and I need to apply for this state nomination scheme. Please let me know as soon as possible. Thank you Best Regards
  3. Like many couples in their early 20s, my boyfriend and I are keen to see more of the world and experience other cultures and jobs. We're very fortunate to be in good jobs here in the UK. But living in Australia has always been a dream, and we can't help but think that now is the perfect time, as we have no real ties here, just our jobs. And I'm sure our families will manage ok without us for a year We both have first class honours degrees in Business/Marketing. My boyfriend has two and a half years' experience in clerical officer/office management roles. And I have two and a half years' digital communications experience. We were hoping to get some first hand and honest opinions on Sydney's job market. We've worked so hard since leaving uni to try and get up the career ladder. So we're really keen to continue to advance our careers while we travel, and it will play a big role on our final decision to move. I was thinking about contacting recruitment agents for advice on temporary roles. But as we're not planning on going until the end of summer (UK summer), it seems to early. I don't really know where to start. Any advice is welcome! Thanks J
  4. Hi I am a qualified teacher . I passed my PGCE a number of years ago through the Open University. The transcript is not very detailed and after a number of requests I have been told that they are unable to provide a more detailed transcript than the one I have. They have been very helpful with all my requests but I am concerned the transcript is not enough. I know that AITSL may want more detail. Has anyone else OU trained had any issues having their PGCE recognised by AITSL? Or has it not been a problem? My visa geezer will be submitting, but as i am 45 in less than 6 months ,we are hoping there will be no problems to hold up lodging the visa.
  5. Hi I am a qualified teacher . I passed my PGCE a number of years ago through the Open University. The transcript is not very detailed and after a number of requests I have been told that they are unable to provide a more detailed transcript than the one I have. They have been very helpful with all my requests but I am concerned the transcript is not enough. I know that AITSL may want more detail. Has anyone else OU trained had any issues having their PGCE recognised by AITSL? Or has it not been a problem? My visa geezer will be submitting, but as i am 45 in less than 6 months ,we are hoping there will be no problems to hold up lodging the visa.
  6. Its in the papers today that in less than one year there has been an increase in university graduates applying for jobs, it has gone up from 37 to 1 last year to a whopping 83 to 1 this year. I find this figure staggering and it goes on to say that those leaving university will be doing so with crippling debts of up to £50,000 because of the trebling in university fees, even lesser performing universities have put their fees up. Is there any point in kids going to university anymore?, my kids are looking at going and for the life in me, i'm struggling to see why it is worth it anymore.
  7. I am graduating in July with a double honours degree in Criminology social policy and wondered if degrees in australia are worth anything like they are here in terms of employment? In england theres a graduate programe by the government where you can top up any degree to become a teacher by doing a years training. firstly i did want to go into the police but now i would like to become a primary school teacher so wondering if anyone knows if there are any graduate programes like there is in england, in auz? any help much appreciated, zoe :biggrin:
  8. Im a student nurse and have been umming and arrring whether to go up to degree in my final year, due to hearing rumours about the AHPRA only allowing in Degree graduates within a few years. But as it stands at the moment i found this link which actually explains what is permitted. Hope it helps. Does anyone know if this is set to change any time soon? and where do i find out how many years experience i need? for western and southern australia Charlie
  9. HI everyone i am new to this forum and have some questions. I need a help for some Pr related questions as follows: 1. I have finished my study Dip Community welfare in May 2010 2. Applied Tr in may 2010 3. I want to know what the possibilities or option for me getting PR and how can i prepare to be eligilbe and the process. Thanks
  10. INTERNATIONAL nursing students who graduated last semester and want to work in Australia have been caught up in an administrative bungle that could see hundreds of qualified nurses sent home, unable to take up jobs they have been offered. Nurses who have completed their degree at universities including Deakin and the University of Ballarat face uncertainty because they do not meet the language requirements set by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. From July 1 this year students are not eligible unless they have passed an English literacy test at level 7. University of Ballarat head of Nursing Lynette Stockhausen said the changes had affected almost 100 students, and would have an impact on regional health services. ''This is really unfortunate for rural and regional areas as we have many of our domestic students not willing to work in [those] areas, whereas many of our international students settle in really well.'' Ms Stockhausen said the university was unaware of the extent of changes to registration until the system was implemented. Dechawut Boontun studied at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne. He has been able to gain registration. But Mr Boontun says he has many friends worried that they will be sent home. He says the new system puts graduates at a disadvantage because once they finished studying, their student visa expires but, without registration, graduates cannot apply for a skilled migration visa. More than 100 students from Deakin, Ballarat and ANU attended a meeting at the Australian Nursing Federation's Victorian branch yesterday. Branch president Lisa Fitzpatrick told the group of predominantly Chinese, Indian and Filipino students that the ANF was negotiating with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia to fix the problem but that the board seemed unwilling to move. The Department of Immigration is offering tourist visas to those students caught by the changes to allow them to stay in Australia. But tourist visas do not allow holders to work, putting them in a financially impossible position. A spokeswoman for the department said there was no other way for the graduates to stay in the country.She said any students with problems should contact the department as soon as possible. The Nursing and Midwifery Board said the new registration requirements were to ensure nurses had the communication skills needed to do their jobs. ''This standard is consistent with the English language skills requirements for registration in the United Kingdom and is the lowest minimum standard for English language across all the health professions in Australia,'' spokeswoman Nicole Newton said. ''The role of the board is to protect the public. The board has set a range of registration standards aimed at ensuring that all nurses and midwives can provide safe care to the Australian community.'' Language bungle thwarts foreign nurse graduates Thanks VIJ
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    ICT recent graduates fate

    Hey, Can any one please tell me that is an ICT masters student studying a 2 year course accredited by the ACS at the professional level eligible to file for a PR(885) on the basis of the new list which is introduced.I have held the tu-573 on 8th of feb 2010.Can I file for Subclass 885 after completing my studies in july this Year.
  12. Hi all, I have just graduated with a 2-1 in Graphic design and wanted to know if there are any visa's available to me (i'm 22) to emigrate on. I have no experience in my field yet just my degree, any info would be really helpful whether or not this is possible Thanks Sanks
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