Skills Assessment for 190 State Nomination

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Skills Assessment for 190 State Nomination


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Old 08-16-2020, 07:57 AM
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Skills Assessment for 190 State Nomination

Hi there

I am a student in Melbourne, currently doing a PhD from RMIT University. I have done my bachelors and masters from overseas in Electrical Engineering. I want to apply for state nomination upon completion of my PhD. My question is if I seek nomination for 190 visa (if or when VIC government decides to re-open the nominations), would I still have to gain a positive skills assessment from Engineers Australia based on my bachelors and masters that I did overseas or would my Victorian PhD be enough for the nomination and permanent residence?

PS. my bachelors degree is non-accredited and I will have to gain positive skills assessment through competency demonstration.

Any guidance will be appreciated.

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