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Australian Study Requirement for PR

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I firstly studied 8 subjects of MPA at University of Balarat. And after that I had credit transferred from UB to JCU. I got 6 credits out of 8( those I did from UB). With 6 (credited) and 6 studied at JCU, I have just completed my MPA from JCU with 12 CPA approved subjects. I did this in 4 semesters (UB COE: 16 March 2009 started and on the JCU COE 31 Dec 2010 course ended. I am in a great fear and funk that I won’t be eligible for permanent residency in Australia upon Australian Study Requirement. Is this true? Please help me with these 16 months and 92 weeks conditions.

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Hello friends in the world:
Greetings!

I firstly studied 8 subjects of MPA at University of Balarat. And after that I had credit transferred from UB to JCU. I got 6 credits out of 8( those I did from UB). With 6 (credited) and 6 studied at JCU, I have just completed my MPA from JCU with 12 CPA approved subjects. I did this in 4 semesters (UB COE: 16 March 2009 started and on the JCU COE 31 Dec 2010 course ended. I am in a great fear and funk that I won’t be eligible for permanent residency in Australia upon Australian Study Requirement. Is this true? Please help me with these 16 months and 92 weeks conditions.

Shikha
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If you look up your course studied via the CTICOS approved courses, you should be able to find the reference to the course rating re numbers of weeks and studying from March to December of the following year would seem to cover the 16 months requirement.
You will also find under the 885/886 Eligibility chart Study heading/link various examples, there being reference to credits from one course to another if I recall correctly.


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