Hello,i am considering study in oz but after looking into it,it seems that you have to have funds for everything before you go,which can amount to 20000 GBP plus.
How can they expect the average person to have that kind of money to study.
Am i right here or am i looking at this in the wrong way.
Please help me anyone please.
Added by jason vince on October 31, 2010 at 17:03 —
Just a quick note to let you all know ...... we have accepted an offer on the house, only slightly under our ideal acceptable price. Potential entry date 26th November, but we've asked for an extra 2 weeks but we might not get that.
So now the panic begins .... Cat quarantine and travel .... have a whisky ... container .... have a… Continue
Added by John on October 28, 2010 at 10:10 —
CAN ANYONE INFORM ME WHEN WESTRALIA AUSTRALIA STATE SPONSORSHIP LIST WILL BE OUT AS THIER WEBSITE SHOWS IN THE COMING WEEKS SINCE OCT 5 2010.
I HAVE COMPLETED MY ASSESSMENT AS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER AND HAVE ACHIEVED 7 BANDSCORE IN IELTS. AM AWAITING THE STATE SPONSORSHIP OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA TO APPLY TO DIAC.
Added by lance on October 21, 2010 at 3:04 —
Well I finally arrived in Perth at the beginning of September and have loved every moment so far!
I had about a week off before I did some work at Perth's Royal Show and whilst there secured a three month contract job through one of the recruitment agents I'd registered with in May; so went straight from the Show to the job with one day off in between.
Currently in the running for two permanent jobs too, so at the moment everything is going in the right… Continue
Added by Paul Johnson on October 19, 2010 at 9:36 —
Planning on enigrating to WA in sept 2012. Looking to start application for my spouse visa as Hubbie is Aussie Citizen and have had my 2 boys made citizens too. Just wondering when I should start sending out CV's to potential employers? I am an Animal Health Officer for the Government here and would be looking for something similar over in Oz. Does anyone have any advice?
Added by Laura Balling on October 14, 2010 at 14:07 —
Anyone from the UK planning a move to Australia have been warned of scams that leave them broke and without a visa.
Immigration Minister Chris Bowen has launched a new online tool to help keep potential immigrants on the right path.
"It is vital that people are aware of fraudsters' tricks before handing over money for immigration assistance which is never provided," he said.
The Protect Yourself from Migration Fraud information kit includes victims' stories,… Continue
Added by John on October 6, 2010 at 15:22 —
My Fiance and myself are looking to emigrate to Australia, but don't where to start. I am a graduate in Digital Animation but i do not think this eligible for permanent residencey!
Would i need to apply for a Working Holiday Visa first?
please help, we just want to get the ball rolling!!!!
Added by Luke Barrett on October 2, 2010 at 13:05 —
I passed thank god. 8, 8.5, 8.5, 9.
That is such a relief. I need to do a statutory declaration now for my degree syllabus so that I can have my skills assessed.
Added by Stephen on October 1, 2010 at 13:05 —