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Old 03-16-2011, 02:54 PM
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Univeristy info And PR rules

Pls let me know the top 10 universities based on Finance/Commerce subject in Australia.
Moreover,my another question is that: If i finish my Masters degree there,should i get the PR easily/without any problem???I am planning to move there with my wife from Bangladesh.


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A lot of universities run finance/commerce but it is a foolish move to consider studying just to get PR.
It is a separate visa to a student visa and you should look at eligibility and costs for both.





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