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    i am lookking for agencies/schools/ that offers a study now pay later plan for overseas nurses who aspires to study and later work iin australia... i am so desperate to go there=(
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    Quote from britgirl
    im thinking of moving from australia from usa is it best to go with an agency or get a hospital to sponsor methanks in advance
    You need to take NCLEX to practice RN in US. Then find a hosp. that can sponsor you.
    If u are from U.S and want to practice here in Au u need to register as RN in Aphra just google the website.
    Last edit by j8win on Apr 12, '12 : Reason: Confusing
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    hi j8
    i am working in usa at present and plan to go to australia
    do you think its best to go with an agency or get hospital to sponsor
    thanks
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    Quote from misslainern
    i am lookking for agencies/schools/ that offers a study now pay later plan for overseas nurses who aspires to study and later work iin australia... i am so desperate to go there=(
    you can try philman. be wary of the interest though.. i think it's 3% per month.. kindly do a read back in the other threads.. thanks
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    Hello,Migraineattack...can i introduce myself...i finish nursing Bachelor's degree in University Of thailand . i 'll go to take a course at Impact English Collage,Melbourne AUS on june..i think that i'll learn english course24wk and then i'll find to agency for advise me about work in Hospital Melbourne Aus...( Pls contact : winnieapp@gmail.com) when i arrive to Melbourne i wanna see u..nice to meet in this webboard.
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    Hello all agengy melbourne ,.... pls contact me ; winnieapp@gmail.com. pls give me the detail about the course or how should i do? if i want to work nurse at melbourne.now still stay at Thailand on June i'll take a course 24wk at Impact English Collage. who can i contact when i arrive at there? Thx very much ^^
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    Several posts moved to a thread on it's own as off topic to the original thread.

    Meeting APHRA requirements is a must to work as a RN in Australia and can take longer than 24 weeks to get through the process and meet requirements
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    "Hello all agengy melbourne ,.... pls contact me ; winnieapp@gmail.com. pls give me the detail about the course or how should i do? if i want to work nurse at melbourne.now still stay at Thailand on June i'll take a course 24wk at Impact English Collage. who can i contact when i arrive at there? Thx very much ^^







    I do not think nursing degrees from Thailand are recognised in Australia at all. I have never met a nurse educated in Thailand one or two that have been educated in Australia.

    Learning to be more successful in english will not lead you immediately to a job as a nurse in Melbourne, you will need to be very efficient in english and have an IELTS english test of 7 in all bands, you will then need to apply to National nurses board under the aconym of AHPRA to have your nursing degree assessed. This will take at least 8 weeks to 9 months!

    You will then need to do some sort of education as recommended by AHPRA, and only then after gaining registration as a nurse in Australia can you approach hospitals for a sponsorship visa for you to stay and work in Australia.

    Melbourne hospitals seem to have closed the door on sponsorship unless you have experience in theatre.


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