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A Bruneian Graduate

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Old 04-19-2016, 06:44 AM
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Hello everyone

I just graduated from Monash University after 3 years of studying my Bachelor (in Science) and now back at home, in Brunei. Although happy that I've completed my studies, I would like to have some sort of "gap year" before I launch myself in the working world. And I find Australia, particularly Melbourne, the ideal place. I only intend to stay at least 6 months for holiday/casual work. Since I am here in Brunei it is a bit hard to ask questions about temporary work as it would be a lot more convenient if I were there in Australia and have consultations with immigration agents. But now I am grateful to have found this website, and maybe most here can relate on some certain problems. I am definitely looking forward to making friends and connections here, and most of all contribute whatever I can and know of!

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