1st year AU nursing student, need guidance for working in the UK after graduating - page 2
by Metal Health
Hi Everyone, I am currently in my first year of my university degree and my plan is to move to and work in the UK in 2013 after I graduate in 2012. A visa hopefully will not be a problem as my wife has UK ancestry and is a... Read More
- 1Dec 15, '10 by Metal HealthWell with the current scumbag conservative government in control of the UK parliament and raising fees the "wait 'till I have experience" option is my only option :-(
I'll work in some backwater hole in NSW and earn some cash in my newgrad year to get the hell out of Australia.
- 0Dec 16, '10 by ceridwyn GuideThe wonderful thing about overseas travel is that it is a great educator..........
Hope the Uk is everthing you hope it will be..
wish you goodluck with your nursing education,
colonial, from a backwater
ps. Have heard from good authority, that the UK government that you are very fond of, is actually hoping in the next 6 months to stop heritage visa's from second generation colonials, hope your wife is first generation, like me!!!! Though teachers are in short supply there. (wonder why?) Nurses apparently, No, teaching therefore maybe a more lucrative alternative to nursing.
They prefer EU citzs.Last edit by ceridwyn on Dec 16, '10
- 1Dec 17, '10 by Silverdragon102 AdminQuote from Metal HealthThen why go to the UK? Having lived there for most of my life I can tell you it doesn't matter who is in power the issues are the same and long before the new government came in things where already in motion to restrict non EU workers. At the end of the day the UK has a high unemployment and has to take care of their own first.My father in law has a British birth certificate so that should help.
Yeah, I was expecting the conservatives to do everything in their power to keep the foreigners out.