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|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by mamajaz(f): 7:58am On May 20|
manucho:Business visa, if you are financially buoyant.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Alphadoor: 8:09am On May 20|
can i apply for visitor visa like now now (6 months) and go and continue with my PR right there in Aussie..
I have lodge my EOI, just awaiting ITA.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by manucho: 8:17am On May 20|
mamajaz:I'm not even qualified my type of business isn't registered and doesn't work over there
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by mamajaz(f): 8:54am On May 20|
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by manucho: 8:59am On May 20|
mamajaz:Yes ma'am I buy and sell red oil and plaintain on a large scale then sell to market women doing the business of red oil and plaintain. I'm looking for other ways
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by WellEndowed: 9:14am On May 20|
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by mamajaz(f): 9:25am On May 20|
manucho:If you're soooo passionate about going, school is the only option I can see here oh....
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by simpleworld: 7:17pm On May 20|
bellong:please I don't real get you. am Tiller meaning I lay tiles. and am also HND holder ( HND in accounting)
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by bellong: 8:12pm On May 20|
Sorry, I meant ond or HND in construction, building, anything related to tiling
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by PHUMEELAYO(f): 12:58am On May 21|
Hello, wow this thread has been most informative. GOD bless you all for taking out time to respond to questions. @WellEndowed please I need your advice..... I am a recent graduate, just finished NYSC this April. I have a BSc in medical physiology and my service was at a teaching hospital as an Echocardiographer which is related to my field but I am looking at going into nursing. I have been researching graduate entry masters in Nursing and looking at applying for monash and university of Queensland but it's really expensive (come from a low-income family, no father, no reliable sponsor) so I am really considering scholarship opportunities. Do you feel I have a chance here, is my plan feasible?? Would you advice me to go for another route? I need your expertise and experience to help me with any useful information. Sorry for the lengthy post. Look forward to your response.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by WellEndowed: 2:22am On May 21|
In a minute
E ma binu. Help me out here and you might have even answered this question 20 million times. Does NYSC count towards the work experience required by DIPB?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by WellEndowed: 2:39am On May 21|
Some schools offer some form of scholarship but mostly for people enrolling for a Masters by research program. There are two types of programs here
1. Master by coursework
2. Masters by research just like doctor of philosophy (phd)...this one is known as Master of philosophy .
No. 2 offers more scholarship opportunities however most masters by research students need to have a bachelors degree with honours(google that) or a masters degree with a considerable amount of research in it or some years of experience in their field of choice.
The amount offered for scholarship is what I don't know. You might need to cough up some thousands of dollars per term. Unfortunately you will have to research that.
Look into schools in Perth Western Australia. I have heard of a school there that offers international students full scholarship to undertake a masters by research
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by smoothvee(m): 5:12am On May 21|
Pm'ed you dear... pls reply
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by SlowlybtSurely: 9:54am On May 21|
Did I mention I like you already??
True. Public health has so many branches. But I really do like Infectious diseases. I like the challenges it poses and the various opportunities that come with it. I plan to do some volunteering work while undergoing the 6 month course. This way, I can get my foot in the door with some experience, albeit short.
MSc na later things. After i must have garnered some years of relevant experience. Something along the lines of Global health and infectious diseases.
I have a dream. . . (In Oga Luther's voice)
No PhD for me. I don old.
Nna, checki godu your PM. Rapu that story of forgetting PW. Oma'n worku this time around.
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|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Bnimz(m): 10:07pm On May 21|
Chai, mamajaz, see people dey discuss deadly diseases like say na gold
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by mamajaz(f): 10:24pm On May 21|
Bnimz:Honestly, nah there money dey oh. Me kuma, my head don dey swell self.
If I hammer this PR, that one nah sure banker.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by WellEndowed: 5:29am On May 22|
Sorry. 1. I can't remember my password. 2. I don't do PMs
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by SlowlybtSurely: 6:19am On May 22|
It's ok. I totally understand.
What branch of PH are you In? What was your undergraduate in?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by WellEndowed: 7:05am On May 22|
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by SlowlybtSurely: 8:17am On May 22|
Nice story. We are always driven by an experience. Will like to know how mainstream PH pans out for you eventually.
@bolded; wanted to spare you that, hence the PM.
Thanks for indulging me.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by princessayinke: 1:51pm On May 26|
Good afternoon house. I want to find out about migrating thru skilled trade such as fashion designing and hairdressing. I know these skills are assessed by TRA. But what type of Nigerian certificate of training can one tender for assessment. Can a 3months course in hairdressing be used?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by OlalekanKad(m): 1:51am On May 27|
Fashion Designer in Australia is Skill Level 1 and according to Anezsco, the equivalent qualification required is Bachelor degree whilst Hair Dresser is Skill level 3 and according to Anezsco, equivalent qualification required is certificate III or IV. So to answer your question, TRA recently stopped accepting work experience to substitute for formal qualification. They regard a Formal qualification as one that was taken within the period of two years passing through classrooms and workshop training's so at such they will be needing you to submit an academic transcript. Far back 2 years and even last year, if you did a 3 month course and you have a vast work experience, they will accept it.
I have a friend here in Sydney who is not on this forumn, I will ask for him for more information on your case because they also accept an apprenticeship certificate but am not sure of the other backing documents you will need. You should be able to do the assessment of the Hairdresser but that of Fashion Designer, you will definitely need a bachelor degree. Fashion designer here in Australia is taken seriously like an engineering course in Nigeria.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Nobody: 2:34am On May 27|
bellong:Sir please explain more, OND building Technology. A tiller too.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by feminineA: 3:54am On May 27|
Please can you help me with information on scholarships/full funding on Ph.D. ( Business/Management)
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by bellong: 8:08am On May 27|
Choose wall and floor tiler occupation.
I hope you get paid in the bank in your work place.
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|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by larrymoore1(m): 9:14am On Jun 04|
Good day peeps
Please which of the cities/region will be good for someone who wants to study Master in Environmental management/science that will enable the person get a good job and a PR at the end of the programme.
Gurus in the house,i will highly appreciate your responses.
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