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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #320 on: March 05, 2015, 06:16:58 pm »
^ thanks belle_v2g, kaso mahirap to enrol into a new course if wala sa plan and budget :(

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« Reply #321 on: March 06, 2015, 02:36:16 pm »
^exactly. yun ang mahirap pag student visa.  either enrol again or exit na.
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #322 on: March 08, 2015, 09:34:03 am »
Advice lang sa mga sisses natin gustong mag aral dito sa Australia (student visa) :

Do not take the visa as an opportunity or purpose na work lang ang hanap. If you come here to study, please do so at pag igihan makatapos. Take your studies as a stepping stone. Before applying, always check the immigration website skilled occupation list (SOL) kung anong in demand. Majority kasi ng pumapasok ngayon dito, VET courses ang kinukuha, mostly hospitality courses. Iniisip kasi nila after ng course nila they can stay na for permanent residency. Hindi guaranteed. Kung may mag sponsor sayo usually it'll be as a 457 visa which is contract worker. If lucky enough after 2 years, pwede kang isponsoran ng amo mo for PR. I am not saying this to discouraged anybody, I am saying this kasi heto ang nakikita kong nangyayari ngayon. Ang ending, umuuwi yung iba or shift ng course to stay (extra gastos).
One more thing, I have a friend taking a nursing course (3 years bachelor), he was not able to keep up with his studies meaning may mga bagsak syang units. The university sent him home and was advised to come back after one year. In short, ban sya ng isang taon and when he comes back, he has to go through again with the student visa process. Cheers and goodluck everyone.
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #323 on: March 08, 2015, 10:38:10 am »
^sis nadialicious, curious lang. Why did your friend took a bachelor's degree instead of the 3 months bridging course for overseas nurses. Wala ba syang working experience as a nurse back home?
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« Reply #324 on: March 08, 2015, 11:31:56 am »
sis belle, wala syang working experience sa atin, pero board passer sya. May iba naman akong kakilala may mga experiences, kine credit naman. Pero instead of 3 years yung iba 1-2 years na lang nag aaral. I think, depende din kung saan state ka mag aaral. Dito sa Northern Territory, usually ganun. Wala pa akong naririnig na 3 months bridging course. Ako naman finally, after 4 years patapos na ngayon sem. Mahabang proseso at butas pa rin ng karayom ang papasukin ko.  ;D
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #325 on: March 08, 2015, 01:39:35 pm »
yung mga nagbribridging course ba ngayon, nakakahanap agad ng work?
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #326 on: March 08, 2015, 04:40:43 pm »
Thanks sis nadialicious
Ganon pala sa NT. meron din ganyan sa victoria. Yung friend ko brief lang nursing experience nya pero instead na BP, nag bachelor's sya pero 2 years naman..sa victoria university sya pumapasok.

Sis rave21lala
Medyo tough ang pag hanap ng work sis. Yung iba PR na nga hirap pa din e..
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #327 on: March 28, 2015, 02:39:32 pm »
If > 5 years of specialised nursing experience (perioperative, critical care & emergency, surgical, etc) yun ang mga madaling makahanap ng trabaho. Kailangan mo kasing magkaroon ng edge over the locals. You are taking their jobs afterall.

Sabi nila in demand ang nurses but what people fail to mention is that OZ, US, NZ, etc need experienced nurses. Karamihan kasi sa atin < 3 years ang exp and hindi pa specialised.

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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #328 on: March 28, 2015, 04:27:14 pm »
May kakilala ako, RN na siya sa aten and may 2 years hospital experience, I dont know kung anung tawag sa program niya pero he will take the nursing course for only a year.. Is it conversion or bridging?
What's the difference between the two?

Also, Im a registered nurse sa pinas with 2.5 years experience, Im planning din to enroll sa mga university dito..May maccredit din kaya sa mga past experience and education ko?.. Mahirap kasi yung sa bridging kasi diba meron ng bagong rules ang Aphra regarding registration for nurses..

Sana may makapag share ng experience nila dito..

BTW, Im holding a PR visa here in Australia.

Thanks you mga sis.. :)

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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #329 on: May 17, 2015, 02:56:57 am »
^ Just go for the bridging course, it will be shorter and cheaper than a full degree (even with FEE HELP). It helps too that you are a PR holder so once you are an OZRN, just find work. The rules have been the same the past few years.

Studying a new BSN will set you back for around 1-2 years (max one year lang ang kayang i-credit ng schools IIRC)

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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #330 on: July 17, 2015, 06:37:37 pm »
How's the employment of RNs and ENs in other states? In SA, there's a big surplus and a lot are unemployed. Those I know that ARE employed are just casuals and not on permanent contracts which sucks!
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #331 on: July 17, 2015, 10:52:52 pm »
Depende sa years and area of experience sis. Other nurses even if more than 5 yrs experience hirap pa din esp if hindi in demand ang area nila.
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #332 on: July 18, 2015, 01:02:43 pm »
^that's sad
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #333 on: July 20, 2015, 04:39:07 am »
Depende sa years and area of experience sis. Other nurses even if more than 5 yrs experience hirap pa din esp if hindi in demand ang area nila.

This is true. At least here in Melbourne. Madami kasing Aussie nursing graduates in recent years. Even the locals need to go to regional area daw to find work. Kaya madalang na daw yata yung mga nagsosponsor ng work visa post-bridging exam.





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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #334 on: July 20, 2015, 06:29:35 pm »
that's a good heads up for nurses wanting to migrate here then :) medyo mahirap maghanap ng work
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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #335 on: July 20, 2015, 07:47:04 pm »
If planning to study in AU which course do you recommend?

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Re: Australian International Student
« Reply #336 on: July 20, 2015, 09:14:25 pm »
^Google Australia's 2015 Skilled Occupation List to have an idea. It changes yearly though.
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Re: Australian International Student
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