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Old 05-10-2016, 05:43 PM
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. my nominated ocupation is biomedical engineering. which has three specializations(bioengineer,clinical engineer,medical engineer). each specialization has particular tasks associated with it. can i choose any one of the specialization for skill assessment ??
will my skill assessment be on the basis of one of the specialization of biomedical engineering i choose or will it be on the basis of biomedical engineering as a whole.


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. my nominated ocupation is biomedical engineering. which has three specializations(bioengineer,clinical engineer,medical engineer). each specialization has particular tasks associated with it. can i choose any one of the specialization for skill assessment ??
will my skill assessment be on the basis of one of the specialization of biomedical engineering i choose or will it be on the basis of biomedical engineering as a whole.
It appears Engineers Australia categorises their assessments according to professional, technologist, etc. As I've mentioned earlier, this query is best directed at Engineers Australia. They should be able to answer all the questions you may have about the skills assessment.

Furthermore, I thought I should make you aware that your profession has already reached its cap this year and just 60 points won't be enough for your visa application. Take a look here:
https://www.border.gov.au/Busi/Empl/skillselect

You seem to have many questions about the process and are unsure about many aspects. I strongly recommend obtaining professional migration advice in relation to your situation. It will help you be aware of all aspects of your application.

Best of luck!

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