Bridging Program in Australia - page 50

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. by   zarmp48
    I also have this concern regarding the type of visa that will be given when undertaking the bridging program, because i've read a lot from this thread that most of the time, a short-stay visa is given which means that you will have to stay in Aussie for just 3 months to complete the course, then you will have to go back to your home country once your done with it. So, does it mean that registration to AHPRA (after the bridging course) is to be done in your home country?
  2. by   belle_v2g
    Quote from zarmp48
    I also have this concern regarding the type of visa that will be given when undertaking the bridging program, because i've read a lot from this thread that most of the time, a short-stay visa is given which means that you will have to stay in Aussie for just 3 months to complete the course, then you will have to go back to your home country once your done with it. So, does it mean that registration to AHPRA (after the bridging course) is to be done in your home country?
    3 months stay in australia but multiple entry valid for a year. So you can go back to aussie after you exit. But it depends. Too bad Some were granted with single entry visa.

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  3. by   markmarkrn
    Hi fellow nurses! It's our first day today here at IHNA Mel. Wish us luck!
  4. by   einalem29
    Hi... who is for IHNA Perth, March intake here? :-)

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  5. by   coleenchu428
    Quote from marklouiemarco
    Hi fellow nurses! It's our first day today here at IHNA Mel. Wish us luck!
    how was it? please give us a feedback.
  6. by   markmarkrn
    Quote from coleenchu428
    how was it? please give us a feedback.
    It was okay. A lot of case study, they are very strict with immunisation and other documents. They are all nice
  7. by   belle_v2g
    Quote from marklouiemarco

    It was okay. A lot of case study, they are very strict with immunisation and other documents. They are all nice
    Thats true.. You cant go on with placement without completing the vaccines/serologies

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  8. by   coleenchu428
    Quote from marklouiemarco
    It was okay. A lot of case study, they are very strict with immunisation and other documents. They are all nice
    what other doc needed aside from the immunizations?
  9. by   Julairose
    Quote from marklouiemarco
    Hi fellow nurses! It's our first day today here at IHNA Mel. Wish us luck!
    Goodluck! Pls update us regarding your experiences there. Will be going this August
  10. by   frgdgrl
    Hello, i read on previous post that if ever your business visa has 'no further stay' condition, you can apply for a tourist visa to extend your stay to have enough time to process registration and get a job that will sponsor.. My question is, is this still applicable today? And how much is the probability you'll get granted? For those with business visa what is your plan after finishing BP? Will you go back here for processing of registration and applying?
  11. by   frgdgrl
    Quote from marklouiemarco
    It was okay. A lot of case study, they are very strict with immunisation and other documents. They are all nice
    Hello! You went there with 456 visa right? Is it multiple entry?What is your plan after the 3 months BP? Are you going back here?
  12. by   markmarkrn
    Quote from coleenchu428
    what other doc needed aside from the immunizations?
    All that you have submitted during your applicatiob
  13. by   markmarkrn
    Quote from roseanne1013
    Hello! You went there with 456 visa right? Is it multiple entry?What is your plan after the 3 months BP? Are you going back here?
    Yes it is. I will exit to NZ and then go back here

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