Bridging Program in Australia - page 25

Hi. I am new here. I don't know exactly where to go. I am a registered nurse here in the Philippines and I am interested in studying in Australia for a bridging course that will help me become a... Read More

  1. Visit  cheerup profile page
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    Quote from bigbrowneyes
    hi cheerup! have you decided whether you're going to accept the december or not? i am for december but i don't know yet if i still can catch up with visa and retaking the ielts exam. my agent informed me just this monday that i am advised to take again since my ielts will expire this december.. i got disappointed with them since they never told me ahead of time. i was supposedly for october but got problems then rescheduled it for december.
    go for dec! i think there's still time! i dont have the eCoe so i cant apply for a visa yet. let's wait and hope together

    re: ielts -- i actually emailed ahpra about my expiring ielts and they told me that i dont need it for registration as i was assessed already (caveat: dont take my word for this, get a personal written confirmation from them just to be sure). i forwarded ahpra's email to aaon and maybe that's one of the reason they offered me a slot. nevertheless, i resat the ielts last week and im still waiting for the result.
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  2. Visit  Idealscholar profile page
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    Is there a high chance to get a nursing job in australia after the bridging? Anyone knows what region or place in australia still has a high demnd for nurses? Thanks.. I am scared to waste my hard earned money..
  3. Visit  bigbrowneyes profile page
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    Quote from jap_617
    That's very sad. you're almost there already!
    When will your LOE expires?
    june next year.. do you have an offer at aaon already?
  4. Visit  bigbrowneyes profile page
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    Quote from cheerup
    go for dec! i think there's still time! i dont have the eCoe so i cant apply for a visa yet. let's wait and hope together

    re: ielts -- i actually emailed ahpra about my expiring ielts and they told me that i dont need it for registration as i was assessed already (caveat: dont take my word for this, get a personal written confirmation from them just to be sure). i forwarded ahpra's email to aaon and maybe that's one of the reason they offered me a slot. nevertheless, i resat the ielts last week and im still waiting for the result.

    yehey! that sounds great! i will let you know asap if i get the same approval from ahpra. but i will still take the exam this nov 24 so if that's the case, we will then be classmates
  5. Visit  Shandy012405 profile page
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    Hello nurses,I need some help in filling up the application form for IHNA. Pleasehelp me clear these doubts:no.3) INTAKE AND VISA DETAILStype of visa currently hold ( should i fill up this one? )Country of application ( Philippines? Lol,still doubtful)No.4) ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCYInstitution ( should I put IDP?)No.8) NURSING QUALIFICATIONqualification ( BSN?) type of certificate (should i choose from diploma and degree? )No.9) REGISTRATIONis the answer from 9a the same with 9c if you are only registered in Philippines?Please help IHNA successful applicants.Thanking you all in advance :-)
  6. Visit  jap_617 profile page
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    Quote from Idealscholar
    Is there a high chance to get a nursing job in australia after the bridging? Anyone knows what region or place in australia still has a high demnd for nurses? Thanks.. I am scared to waste my hard earned money..
    We have the same concern idealscholar..
  7. Visit  jap_617 profile page
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    Quote from bigbrowneyes
    june next year.. do you have an offer at aaon already?
    Hi bigbrowneyes.

    I did not enroll in AAoN but instead i enrolled at University of Ballarat and im ok with them already. The enrollment procedures are simple and they're very approachable too. The intakes for January 2013 is already full, so they put me on the next batch which is on June 2013; quite long months to wait but im Ok with it, as long as in the long run i will be pursuing my IRON program before my LOE expires.

    By the way, hope you could settle your problem with your ielts. God Bless..
  8. Visit  dougers profile page
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    Ah.. Good on you! Have fun!
  9. Visit  dougers profile page
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    Hi there! How's the application at Mercy like? Their tuition fees are considerably high hey.. That's why i was hesitant to apply..
    You are better off doing AAON December intake indeed if your LOE will expire first quarter.
    God bless you with the rest of your endeavours!
  10. Visit  dougers profile page
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    Heyy.. I've been here in Australia for three years.. and YESSSS.. There is a high demand for nurses. Always has been
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  11. Visit  marklouiemarco profile page
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    Quote from dougers
    Heyy.. I've been here in Australia for three years.. and YESSSS.. There is a high demand for nurses. Always has been
    in which state is there a higher demand for nurses?

    Sent from my iPhone using allnurses.com
  12. Visit  cheerup profile page
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    for those who are for the December intake of AAON, is the confirmation letter same as certicate of enrolment? is this the one we need to attach when we do online application of the visa?
  13. Visit  ceridwyn profile page
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    Quote from marklouiemarco
    in which state is there a higher demand for nurses?

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    Yes please,, advise where all these jobs for nurses are, so that the new grads or ones from last year can get work and also returning nurses that want work can also gain employment in this country.

    Look at the advertising, must have work rights!!...... must have at least 2 years experience........must have post grad in this area........then look at the specialty, they are asking for experience. They are, most of the time, for part time as well....which you cannot get sponsorship visa.

    Please do not make statements there is a high demand for nurses when there is not. Nurses with a specialty- ED, theatre, icu sometimes renal, and 2-3 years recent experience are always being advertised, but then sometimes they want work visa as well.

    This is what is often written - from an ad, that said they were desperate for aged care RN's in northern Sydney al beit for casual,
    ""To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.""
    http://mycareer.com.au/jobs/sydney/h...ies.aspx?s=705
    Last edit by ceridwyn on Nov 1, '12

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