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Old 12-13-2015, 05:56 AM
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I have enrolled for MS in logistics/project management at SBS and it's a two year course, the course will commence from Feb 2016.


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I have enrolled for MS in logistics/project management at SBS and it's a two year course, the course will commence from Feb 2016.
So you will be wanting to know the employment prospects in 2018 ?

That reminds me of when Australia needed nurses, and thousands of Filipinas began nursing courses to guarantee a life in Australia. But, by the time they finished it had all changed, Australia no longer needed them, and then there were thousands of unemployed Filipino nurses in the Philippines.

Anything could happen by 2018. Just keep your fingers crossed

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I have enrolled for MS in logistics/project management at SBS and it's a two year course, the course will commence from Feb 2016.
You are aware that in order to pass a skills assessment for a visa you will need to demonstrate a number of years post qualification experience?

Hence why very few people who study in Australia can stay beyond their course


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But then I will be eligible for a 2 year post study work visa , right?


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