Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the requirements in securing student visa. Alternatively, you can contact our education consultants for worry free process.
- A valid passport for the duration of your study in Australia
- Offer letter from the selected university/institution
- IELTS score 7 overall and no score below 6.5 in each of the component; or PTE score 65 or OET score B
- At least 1 year of paid or unpaid experience within the last five (5) years. *
- Evidence of access to sufficient funds*
- Evidence of Overseas Student Health Cover
- Successfully completed at least year 12 AQF or Australian Qualifications Framework equivalent*
- All other relevant documents listed on the Department of Immigration and Border Protection visa checklists
Depending on previous studies and experiences, students could be eligible for credit towards the chosen programme*. This will avoid taking the same unit or similar qualifications already taken from previous studies. It will help minimize the cost of the course, help students focus on other units and shorten the course duration, allowing more time for practical training.
A career in nursing can be as varied as any other profession. There are a range of academic and professional opportunities to progress your nursing career.
In studying a nursing course, you have different levels of qualification to aim for that roughly equate to different levels of responsibility. When it comes to the clinical side of things, Assistants in Nursing (AINs) – which include Aged Care Workers (ACWs), Personal Care Assistants (PCAs), Health Services Assistants (HSAs) and Care Support Employees (CSEs) – essentially work under the direction and supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), assisting in the performance of nursing duties. Then there’s an Enrolled Nurse – a second level nurse who works under an RN, but with greater responsibility than an AIN.
Next up is the Registered Nurse, of which there are several different kinds specialising in areas such as paediatrics, mental health, disabilities, acute care and community care. The more experience you have, the greater your responsibility. Nurse Practitioner is another step up the ladder. These nurses are essentially RNs educated to operate both independently and collaboratively in an advanced clinical role. On the management side of things, Nurse Managers have extensive clinical experience but specialise in information and HR management. They effectively supervise and manage nurses in clinical care environments, usually in specific departments. Then, on the education front, there’s the Nurse Educator, charged with the designing, planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing education and staff programs in educational and health settings.
- You’re improving and saving lives.
- Job security
- You learn a very wide range of skills
- It’s a challenging and fast-paced environment
- There are good opportunities to progress
Due to the high demand for Registered nurses as with other sectors of nursing, these occupations are listed consistently in the Skilled Occupations List (SOL) and Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL). Sample of which are Registered Nurse (Medical Practice), Registered Nurse (Aged Care), and Nurse Practitioner. As most visa types, an assessment procedure by a recognised authority (Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council, ANMAC for Registered nurses and practitioners) is required as part of the visa application for work or migration purpose such as Permanent Residency. Nursing degree graduates can look ahead in building medical career and invest for bright future in Australia
Nurses are always in high demand in Australia. Whether you are pursuing a bachelor’s degree or looking to further your study in Australia, a qualification in one of these courses is a great start to your visa application. If you are lucky enough, then a permanent residency visa may just be in your future.
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