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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #40 on: September 04, 2010, 02:31:45 PM »
sis IT kaba or management ang interes mo? check the SCBIT mejo mura ang tuition fee jan..check it..

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« Reply #41 on: September 05, 2010, 03:21:02 PM »
aray ang sakit! ilang milyon na agad per year.
ako nga sa tafe 15k lang per year di na kaya.
Kailangan ko ng magipon


kaya nga eh, hirap tuloy parents ko. I have to work hard din and sana makakuha ako scholar. =(

sis may work kaba diyan?


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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #42 on: September 05, 2010, 06:33:49 PM »
nope. tourist lang for 6 months.

i found cheaper alternative, Kent Institute. Nadaan ko to last week, tapat ng darling harbour. atleast pwede mag muni muni dun pag sad. hahaha

php608850 27 months not bad

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« Reply #43 on: September 05, 2010, 08:23:31 PM »
anyone who will be studiyng in a UNI in Sydney? :)
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« Reply #44 on: September 08, 2010, 11:37:38 PM »
nope. tourist lang for 6 months.

i found cheaper alternative, Kent Institute. Nadaan ko to last week, tapat ng darling harbour. atleast pwede mag muni muni dun pag sad. LOL

php608850 27 months not bad


wow sis okay na nga siya :D magrerenew ka visa?


anyone who will be studiyng in a UNI in Sydney? :)

me sis..uni of syd.. you?

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« Reply #45 on: September 09, 2010, 11:04:37 PM »

wow sis okay na nga siya :D magrerenew ka visa?


me sis..uni of syd.. you?

that's so cool sis! :) uni of technology sydney :)
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« Reply #46 on: September 12, 2010, 05:42:41 PM »
after two years siguro kasi nagrelease sila ng in demand jobs for pr.. wala course ko dun so i think am going to take accounting kasi parang never naman na hindi naging in demand yun

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« Reply #47 on: September 14, 2010, 01:49:56 AM »
after two years siguro kasi nagrelease sila ng in demand jobs for pr.. wala course ko dun so i think am going to take accounting kasi parang never naman na hindi naging in demand yun

oo nga sis, mga bussiness courses ang dami sa list..

yung sakin tinangal! haha PHARMACY pero feeling ko babalk din, kung hindi man, magdodoctor ako... in demand naman sila lagi :p






mga sis, pano niyo pala dinala or dadalhin lahat ng need niyong things? uhu di kasya ang baggage allowance sa airplane..

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« Reply #48 on: September 14, 2010, 02:05:44 PM »







mga sis, pano niyo pala dinala or dadalhin lahat ng need niyong things? uhu di kasya ang baggage allowance sa airplane..

Prob ko rin yan... My parents are coming with me para magvacation na rin muna while helping me sa pag adjust so ang balak namin, yung mga maleta nila, andun lahat ng gamit ko tpos they'll put their stuff sa hand-carry bags ...   May nakita ako dati: http://www.sevenseasworldwide.com/homepage/default.aspx but PHILIPPINES is not included. =(
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« Reply #49 on: September 15, 2010, 12:35:03 AM »
Prob ko rin yan... My parents are coming with me para magvacation na rin muna while helping me sa pag adjust so ang balak namin, yung mga maleta nila, andun lahat ng gamit ko tpos they'll put their stuff sa hand-carry bags ...   May nakita ako dati: http://www.sevenseasworldwide.com/homepage/default.aspx but PHILIPPINES is not included. =(

buti kapa sasamahan ng parents :p atleast madami ka madadala sis.. uhu prob ko talaga ito =(

sis meron din sa excess-baggage.com... nagpaquote ako.. toooooo pricey =( qantas ata nagbibgay ng extra kg sa students..ewan paano maavaill..


ook na ba visa mo sis?

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« Reply #50 on: September 15, 2010, 06:19:26 PM »
bibisitahin  na rin kasi ng parents ko yung relatives namin don so parang tama lang timing na nagkasabay sa opening ng sem hehe...

i just passed my visa requirements sa idp :)  how bout u sis? i hope to see you there soon! :)

aww naku sana ma-avail mo sis! at least di ba may discount tapos hindi na hassle sayo...
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« Reply #51 on: September 17, 2010, 06:19:04 AM »
Patapos na semester 2 ko , nakakaraos naman kahit papano.  ;D yun nga lang siguro pag tapos ko siguro panot na ako !  8) goodluck to everyone.
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« Reply #52 on: September 18, 2010, 01:37:55 PM »
bibisitahin  na rin kasi ng parents ko yung relatives namin don so parang tama lang timing na nagkasabay sa opening ng sem hehe...

i just passed my visa requirements sa idp :)  how bout u sis? i hope to see you there soon! :)

aww naku sana ma-avail mo sis! at least di ba may discount tapos hindi na hassle sayo...

bibisitahin kasi ako ni mama next year april pa if ever maapprove visa ko =)

kaya nga sis eh.. wow buti ka pa.. october 21 pako magsasubmit req. for visa sa IDP, paparenew ko muna kasi passport ko :D

what pala visa type mo sis??


Patapos na semester 2 ko , nakakaraos naman kahit papano.  ;D yun nga lang siguro pag tapos ko siguro panot na ako !  8) goodluck to everyone.

haha sis mahirap ba? :)

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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #53 on: September 22, 2010, 11:38:05 AM »
caution lang sa mga nag aapply thru IDP here in Cebu ha. I was misled kasi into believing that I should be taking the BN(P) program that runs for a year kasi it's my only option daw. however, i had the gut feeling that I wasn't being provided correct info so i did my own research...only to find out that the program offered to me was only good for those who didn't get a 7 in each skill for the ielts exam. My best option would be the IRON program which only runs for 12 weeks. Here's more..
when I called my agent asking about the IRON if it will make me eligible as Div 1 nurse or a registered nurse in AUstralia, he said it will not. But when I checked the website of the nursing body of Australia, it was clearly indicated that it would make me eligible as Aus RN.. hmmm...

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« Reply #54 on: September 22, 2010, 11:49:58 PM »
caution lang sa mga nag aapply thru IDP here in Cebu ha. I was misled kasi into believing that I should be taking the BN(P) program that runs for a year kasi it's my only option daw. however, i had the gut feeling that I wasn't being provided correct info so i did my own research...only to find out that the program offered to me was only good for those who didn't get a 7 in each skill for the ielts exam. My best option would be the IRON program which only runs for 12 weeks. Here's more..
when I called my agent asking about the IRON if it will make me eligible as Div 1 nurse or a registered nurse in AUstralia, he said it will not. But when I checked the website of the nursing body of Australia, it was clearly indicated that it would make me eligible as Aus RN.. hmmm...


did you ask the immi.com? try sending them an inquiry..

usually updated naman mga IDP counselors... sa manila..ewan ko lang jan sa cebu :(

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« Reply #55 on: September 23, 2010, 07:42:54 PM »
If you are coming to sydney to study in the uni, expect that it will be really expensive and your part time job will only support you in your daily needs.  This is a common mistake of a lot of international students.  If you are still applying for student visa, I would suggest consult the Skills Occupation List of July 2010 and enroll a course that will help you get points for permanent residency.  Check www.immi.gov.au for all the details you need. 

Yung nurses from the Philippines, if you want to try to migrate here through student visa, visit www.asnc.com.au.

I am also a student here in sydney and if you have questions I am happy to answer.

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« Reply #56 on: September 23, 2010, 10:08:14 PM »
If you are coming to sydney to study in the uni, expect that it will be really expensive and your part time job will only support you in your daily needs.  This is a common mistake of a lot of international students.  If you are still applying for student visa, I would suggest consult the Skills Occupation List of July 2010 and enroll a course that will help you get points for permanent residency.  Check www.immi.gov.au for all the details you need. 

Yung nurses from the Philippines, if you want to try to migrate here through student visa, visit www.asnc.com.au.

I am also a student here in sydney and if you have questions I am happy to answer.

from the phil?

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« Reply #57 on: September 24, 2010, 08:45:24 PM »
If you are coming to sydney to study in the uni, expect that it will be really expensive and your part time job will only support you in your daily needs.  This is a common mistake of a lot of international students.  If you are still applying for student visa, I would suggest consult the Skills Occupation List of July 2010 and enroll a course that will help you get points for permanent residency.  Check www.immi.gov.au for all the details you need. 

Yung nurses from the Philippines, if you want to try to migrate here through student visa, visit www.asnc.com.au.

I am also a student here in sydney and if you have questions I am happy to answer.

 i just want to clarify na if you applied a course na in demand during that time, then after two years, the list changed. Tama ba na you will be considered based on the list existed during the time of your first enrolment.

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« Reply #58 on: September 24, 2010, 09:30:59 PM »
^yeah I am from Philippines.   I   have been here since 2008 that is why I know some of the thins I shared here.

^regarding the courses in the skills list, yeah its true that it the list could change in two years time but the immigration usually exempt those who are already holder of student visa during the transition to apply on the basis of the previous arrangement.  But studying here is always a gamble, there is no sure way.  If you can, choose the course that would unlikely be taken out from the list like professionals and medical courses.  Unlikely since there are still heaps of skilled workers needed in those industries.

hope I clarified things. any questions just ask me.

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« Reply #59 on: September 25, 2010, 04:34:52 AM »
^yeah I am from Philippines.   I   have been here since 2008 that is why I know some of the thins I shared here.

^regarding the courses in the skills list, yeah its true that it the list could change in two years time but the immigration usually exempt those who are already holder of student visa during the transition to apply on the basis of the previous arrangement.  But studying here is always a gamble, there is no sure way.  If you can, choose the course that would unlikely be taken out from the list like professionals and medical courses.  Unlikely since there are still heaps of skilled workers needed in those industries.

hope I clarified things. any questions just ask me.


sis descartes thank you so much for joining this thread :)


hmm....may I just say that it's not good to base your choice of course alone on the 'demand list'.. as far as I know, choose what suites you. Enjoy what you like and not consider it as a 'work' someday.

my chosen course which is Pharmacy was removed from the list and my 2nd choice chemical engineering is on the new list.. still, I'll pursue my Pharmacy course. For the first 2 years of study here in the Phil, I've enjoyed so much about it. Also a good way to have a Postgrad which mostly in the 'demand list'. I might consider continuing ChemEng someday after pharmacy.. haha

whatever, things change and will on the future.. what matters now is what I want to be.



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:p sorry if it's too much... I wish you can help us by posting the details above..

 

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