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what course/degree should i do?


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Old 11-03-2013, 02:16 AM
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what course/degree should i do?

Plz help me..i have done MBA (HRM) from pakistan..me and my hubby r planning to move to australia..what course/degree should i get before moving there so that i get an instant job?i am more into teaching..should i consider doing some Montessori course or should i do masters in economics or english?i dont know..i am really comfused..but plz plz plz help..i want some good job once i arrive there...plz recommend me some course or degree because i think that only mba without any experience wont get me any job..plzzzzzzzzz help..thanks...


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Hi,
You can do master in accounting coz you can get Easily permanent residency after you finish the course. To get a job it's totally different from what degree are you doing. You can find job n restaurant and shops. Or you can do one month short courses like child care, aged care to get a better and fix job. Good luck.


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Masters in accounting from aus? I plan to do it from pakistan as finances dont allow me to study in australia..and sorry but I didnt get it as to how would I get PR after doing a course? And to avoid odd jobs like working in a restaurant or so, I had put up this question actually ..


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Masters in accounting from aus? I plan to do it from pakistan as finances dont allow me to study in australia..and sorry but I didnt get it as to how would I get PR after doing a course? And to avoid odd jobs like working in a restaurant or so, I had put up this question actually ..

Hi,
I was saying you have to have a skill or a good carrier in a profession. If you have a degree in engenering , nursing , teaching, doctor or accounts. Etc. and Also have lot of experience say 5+ years and have good English then you can apply a work visa or skill visa to come to Australia. You can come here and work. It's can be a very long process.
Other option is come to Australia with your husband on student visa. Study for 2 years. After that you can qualify for PR. You can work part time and your husband can work full time while you both are on student visa.
Most of the people go to second option as it looks more realistic n accurate.
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Thanks alot for ur advice..could u please let me know if me and my husband have to apply for separate student visas because we both are interested to study..which visa would be suitable in this case?


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Thanks alot for ur advice..could u please let me know if me and my husband have to apply for separate student visas because we both are interested to study..which visa would be suitable in this case?
Hi,
You apply for student visa. One can apply a student visa and the partner will be included as spouse on the same visa. If you apply student visa your husband can come with you and live with you. You can work 20 hours per week legally and your husband can work unlimited hours , which makes it easier to pay the expenses .


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Hi, You apply for student visa. One can apply a student visa and the partner will be included as spouse on the same visa. If you apply student visa your husband can come with you and live with you. You can work 20 hours per week legally and your husband can work unlimited hours , which makes it easier to pay the expenses .
You don't need to apply 2 visas at the same time.


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And can my husband also study at the same time??


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And can my husband also study at the same time??
I think yes. He can also study as far as he is in the country and he has a visa. But just check with someone else too to make sure. Can I ask, why do both of you want to study at the same time?? Coz education fee is very expensive here in Australia for international students.


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