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Old 07-24-2010, 03:56 PM
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If you look at your course on CRICOS there should be a listing of the allocated weeks of study rating and an example is given in the link of 138 weeks for a three years course and how studying for two years in Australia would be equivalent to 2/3 x 138 = 92 , simple accounting!
In your case if the course is good for a 138w rating and you have effectively studied only half of it here, you'll just have the equivalent of 69w.
So you need award electives that will give you the equivalent of another 23w.
If they're not available, you'll need to look at another course that results in a qualification or head back to Malaysia for employment and see about an offshore application when you're ready.
Hi there..
I have found two courses but i just want to confirm which one will be better.


Two courses are as follows:-

1- Diploma in International Business from TAFE with one year course duration. I can get exemption in this course from my Bachelors and can finish this course in 6months time with enrolling in 4 subjects. But if i do this, it will lead me to a different student visa subclass which is different from subclass 573. Will this study duration still be counted for my 1.5 years period or it will be taken as seprately 6 months with a differnt subclass. However, on Immigration website it is mentioned to fullfill the requirement we can do diploma. Please explain me the consequences for this choice.

2- Graduate Diploma in Internation Business from UniSA with one year duration as well. I am very sure i will be safe with this option and i can do this one year course in approximately 6-9 months with overloading of courses. But again two major issues are it is quite expensive and if the rules will be changed by that time i will be in danger again.

Finally my main objective is do CPA but only after getting my PR. Moreover, i am not really intrested in doing Masters as it is 1.5 years long and it wont benfit much in career as CPA will do...

Please suggest me the best and suitable option. I shall be thankfull to you.

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Nasir


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Old 07-24-2010, 04:40 PM
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Hi there..
I have found two courses but i just want to confirm which one will be better.


Two courses are as follows:-

1- Diploma in International Business from TAFE with one year course duration. I can get exemption in this course from my Bachelors and can finish this course in 6months time with enrolling in 4 subjects. But if i do this, it will lead me to a different student visa subclass which is different from subclass 573. Will this study duration still be counted for my 1.5 years period or it will be taken as seprately 6 months with a differnt subclass. However, on Immigration website it is mentioned to fullfill the requirement we can do diploma. Please explain me the consequences for this choice.

2- Graduate Diploma in Internation Business from UniSA with one year duration as well. I am very sure i will be safe with this option and i can do this one year course in approximately 6-9 months with overloading of courses. But again two major issues are it is quite expensive and if the rules will be changed by that time i will be in danger again.

Finally my main objective is do CPA but only after getting my PR. Moreover, i am not really intrested in doing Masters as it is 1.5 years long and it wont benfit much in career as CPA will do...

Please suggest me the best and suitable option. I shall be thankfull to you.

Regards,

Nasir
Yes, immigration regulations can be changed and I've got no ideas on that other than it could be hoped there is some stability for a while because of changes recently made.
There are also still the global financial situation that is wavering about without too much positive direction and Australia's ultimate optimum population is something of a political hot potato at the moment with an election due in four weeks, so there're factors that could dictate change.
That is one reason why there is always a risk to plan on studying to achieve immigration.
All I'll ever suggest to people is that you look at the current regulations and hope they do not change.
As to what course you do, it is not just how long in time it takes you but also the rated number of weeks according to CRICOS and that you'll need with two courses a minimum of 92 weeks.
Both courses you're thinking of sound similar and if both will give you enough weeks to give a total of 92 and they are accepted by Immi as being related to your nominated occupation then it's really a case of what course you feel is best for you.
I do not think that a different student visa category is going to matter so much but check with Immi and if you have enough time left on your existing visa it may be possible that Immi could say it is OK to continue on your existing visa.
You could make an appointment with them to discuss it and have what you plan to do clearly documented so there is no confusion but do not expect them to guarantee that what you plan to do will be OK in six or nine months time because they'll not know of future changes either.





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Old 07-26-2010, 01:30 PM
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Hi Nasir,
If your accounting degree is from Unisa and duration is 3 yrs and you finish 24 unints or subjects in 3 yrs, then its 6.5 week per unit. Now you multiply how many units you have finished in Australia. Normally you need to finish 15/16 units in Australia to meet 2 yrs or 92 week study requirement. 6.5*16 = 104 week.

If it is not the you can go for any 6 month cricos provided course related to your study, for example Grad Dip in Finance or any other diploma. But its better if you do Grad. Dip in Finance and apply for PR.

Hope that helps.


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Hi,

I have only finished 12*6.5 units = 78 weeks of study. So to fullfill 2 yrs requirement i have to go for 3 subjects more. I have decided to go for Diploma in International Business from Tafe. I am not planing to go for anything postgraduate as my aim is to do CPA. Masters or any post graduate will not help me much in my future career. Moreover, all of the postgraduate studies are 9months - 12 months. Do you think if by doing diploma from TAFE in international business is relevant and will meet my requirment. I shall be waiting for your response.

Thanks & Regards,

Nasir Bhatti


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Old 07-26-2010, 11:48 PM
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Hi,

I have only finished 12*6.5 units = 78 weeks of study. So to fullfill 2 yrs requirement i have to go for 3 subjects more. I have decided to go for Diploma in International Business from Tafe. I am not planing to go for anything postgraduate as my aim is to do CPA. Masters or any post graduate will not help me much in my future career. Moreover, all of the postgraduate studies are 9months - 12 months. Do you think if by doing diploma from TAFE in international business is relevant and will meet my requirment. I shall be waiting for your response.

Thanks & Regards,

Nasir Bhatti
Well Nasir, I am not sure about International Business, hope it will be okay. Nasir, there is another way of fulfilling the requirement of 92 weeks. First, how long is you TAFE Diploma ? and how much will it gonna cost you ?

I would suggest you, if you have received any advanced standing in your Bachelor Degree for previous study then you can withdraw and redo them and you need to do only 3 units.


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Old 07-27-2010, 09:45 AM
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Well Nasir, I am not sure about International Business, hope it will be okay. Nasir, there is another way of fulfilling the requirement of 92 weeks. First, how long is you TAFE Diploma ? and how much will it gonna cost you ?

I would suggest you, if you have received any advanced standing in your Bachelor Degree for previous study then you can withdraw and redo them and you need to do only 3 units.
Hi,
My Diploma from TAFE in international business is for 1 year and it will cost me 10,000$ but on the basis of my bachelors degree i can get exemption and only will be left with 6months duration. and i cannot uncredit the subjects because as i have done all the subjects from the same university in offshore campus. they are all the same in subject material and assessments. What can u suggest? Why i cannot go for diploma?why is it risky?when it is clearly written on the website that we can do diploma, advance diploma and trade qualification.


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Old 07-27-2010, 03:33 PM
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Hi,
My Diploma from TAFE in international business is for 1 year and it will cost me 10,000$ but on the basis of my bachelors degree i can get exemption and only will be left with 6months duration. and i cannot uncredit the subjects because as i have done all the subjects from the same university in offshore campus. they are all the same in subject material and assessments. What can u suggest? Why i cannot go for diploma?why is it risky?when it is clearly written on the website that we can do diploma, advance diploma and trade qualification.
fay has been doing the rounds as we say Nasir and revisiting a few threads like yours that have already had a full circle of dicussion, choosing to regurgitate whilst ignoring what has already occurred.
If you consider closely, you see the fay posts really only open what you have already considered.





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