Bridging Program in Australia - page 66

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  sephine profile page
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    Quote from lani_g85
    Hi sephine,

    My coworker got his offer letter 3 weeks after his interview
    Hi! 3 weekS seemed too long for me. May i know when he had his course?

    Is it possible to receive an offer letter from aaon within a week? Thanks a lot!
  2. Visit  marklouiemarco profile page
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    Quote from princesita
    Hi

    Anyone who can suggest a Health Insurance for a Bridging Program? I'm preferring a cheap one. =) How much? Thanks
    Try Bupa. That's what i have now. $37 a month only.
  3. Visit  marklouiemarco profile page
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    I am currently having my bridging program now at IHNA in Melbourne. It's a bit tough for me since everything is new and the health care system is completely different. For those who will be going to IHNA, all professors are fantastic and very intelligent. Make sure you study and practice before you leave.
  4. Visit  belle_v2g profile page
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    Quote from marklouiemarco
    I am currently having my bridging program now at IHNA in Melbourne. It's a bit tough for me since everything is new and the health care system is completely different. For those who will be going to IHNA, all professors are fantastic and very intelligent. Make sure you study and practice before you leave.
    I agree, especially the practices in the hospital.. But I am sure you will enjoy it here. And you will learn a lot.
  5. Visit  MIKE_1970 profile page
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    Quote from jb_101
    I applied to other schools with no application fee such as AAON, Alpine and Castlemaine. It is better to apply to many schools if you really want to secure a slot for your bridging long before the expiration of your eligibility. If you checked the AHPRA website for the accredited schools for BP, you'll notice that schools have limited number of intake per year and limited number of participants per intake. Considering the huge number of applicants seeking admission for a BP, it would better to apply other schools also.
    Could i ask you what was the fate of your application to Castlemaine Health? Have you been turned down?if you have, what were the reasons? I greatly appreciate the information you provide me.
    Last edit by MIKE_1970 on Mar 9, '13 : Reason: adding information
  6. Visit  jb_101 profile page
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    Quote from MIKE_1970
    Could i ask you what was the fate of your application to Castlemaine Health? Have you been turned down?if you have, what were the reasons? I greatly appreciate the information you provide me.
    No result yet. As of their last email, they will just contact me towards the end of March for the outcome.
  7. Visit  lani_g85 profile page
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    Quote from sephine
    Hi! 3 weekS seemed too long for me. May i know when he had his course?

    Is it possible to receive an offer letter from aaon within a week? Thanks a lot!
    Hi Sephine,

    Yes. He got it after 3 weeks after constant follow-up. He was already in Australia when he applied there under student visa (another course). He just finished his course last week. He started the bridging course last December. I think applicants from other countries will get the offer letter faster if they passed the interview because they still need to process the visa. A friend of mine who was interviewed last February said that she would get the outcome of the interview after one week if she passed.
  8. Visit  aedis_aegypti profile page
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    Quote from jb_101

    No result yet. As of their last email, they will just contact me towards the end of March for the outcome.
    Same response for me.
  9. Visit  MIKE_1970 profile page
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    Quote from jb_101
    No result yet. As of their last email, they will just contact me towards the end of March for the outcome.
    SO we are in the same boat...by the way,my frend, are you going to accept their offer at Castlemaine Health if you are choosen for the June intake? you will waive your CON offer?I spoke with the Education Assistantand she informed me that last year it was like 150 applicants compiting for 10 openings! pretty stiff competition I would say....
    Last edit by MIKE_1970 on Mar 9, '13
  10. Visit  kharineh profile page
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    Quote from jb_101

    They will respond to you after few days upon receipt of your application and will notify you if you need to comply something. But in terms of the informing the students about the outcome of the application, yes it will take months because of the huge number of applications they received. My application was lodged September 2012 and I was just informed this February 2013 about the outcome of my application.
    did you apply through email or post?
  11. Visit  sephine profile page
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    still thinking between alpine health (with offer letter already for june 24) and AAON (upcoming interview on march 12 for june 6 intake.) hope i'll be making a sound decision at the right time.
  12. Visit  MIKE_1970 profile page
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    Quote from kharineh
    did you apply through email or post?
    AS FAR as i am concerned, i applied through the post via a courier. a little bit more expensive, but i wanted to be schure that the whole application packidge will be handed in person. And it is the fastest way.Then i just made a call to check it with Irene Wong that she actually accepted the envelope.
  13. Visit  jb_101 profile page
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    Quote from kharineh
    did you apply through email or post?
    I think my application was sent through email by my agent (I am with Philman)...ACN emailed me (few days after) for the supporting docs of my vaccination, and I just emailed them the documents.


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