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Old 08-21-2019, 05:42 PM
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what shall i study to get a PR in Australia and also a good job as i am studying Bachelors of Arts in English and Sociology currently. I have plaNeed to study masters at Australia. As being from humanities background I don't find enough 2 years course that leads to PR.
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Can I do double major in Masters of IT and Accountancy a combined course of both? Is there any university providing such facilities.
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Old 12-02-2019, 08:46 AM
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My advice is do a double degree. You can always pull out with a single later, but it's worthwhile dipping your feet in two ponds. If you want a job, teaching or nursing. People want robots across all sorts of industries, but want human contact in care fields, especially of kids (which teaching is, alongside pedagogy)


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what shall i study to get a PR in Australia and also a good job as i am studying Bachelors of Arts in English and Sociology currently. I have plaNeed to study masters at Australia. As being from humanities background I don't find enough 2 years course that leads to PR.
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Can I do double major in Masters of IT and Accountancy a combined course of both? Is there any university providing such facilities.
Thanks
If you are aiming to get PR, this combination is not very effective as these two occupations are similar in difficulty of finding a job or getting PR.

If you are very capable of the study then try as much as you can in IELTS or PTE.

The nursing courses could be under consideration if you would like to combine employment and PR opportunities.

Hope it helps.


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Old 04-18-2020, 01:05 PM
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Nursing is difficult to get into, to get a job you need experience, there are literally 100s of last year's graduate nurses unable to get a job, and they are already Australian Citizens. I know first hand my daughter and her friends are among them.

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Old 05-10-2020, 01:04 AM
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Hi I suggest you check the open list first and decide degree based on your own background.
As far as I know, the procedure is do a degree -> evaluated in open list -> full-time job for 6 month (with working visa and police check) -> apply the pr!


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