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Open Day

Are you thinking of study for your future? Join OPEN DAY at local universities. Here are some for universities in New South Wales. Enjoy the day and find out more about your future course. If you need any help for your career and course choice, please contact us and Storyoz is here to found your [...]

Assessing Authorities

Want to know who is the assessing authority for your occupation? Check Assessing Authorities here. Here are some popular assessing authorities for you.   ACS: Australian Computer Society AITSL: Australian Institute of Teaching and School Leadership ANMAC: Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council CPAA: Certified Practising Accountants of Australia CA: Catered Accountants Australia and New [...]

Course Application Checklist

What documents you need for your course application? Who you are, Academic background and English ability are key entry requirements so you need following documents; 1. Passport 2-1. Grauate Certificate 2-2. Academic Transcripts 3. English score: PTE, IELTS etc Additionally, depend on the course you choose or your circumstances, you might need following docuemtns on [...]

Visa application charge increase from 1 July 2017

VAC (Visa Application charge) is increasing from 1 July 2017. Followings are some popular visas.   Visit 600 Visitor, $135 to $140 600 Visitor onshore, $340 to $345   Study 485 Temporary Graduate, $1470 to $1500 500 Student visa, $550 to $560   Work 186 Employer Nomination Scheme, $3600 to $3670 187 Regional Sponsored Migration [...]

AHPRA English for Registered Nurse

Want to become a nurse in Australia? Generally, AIN(Assistant in Nursing), EN (Enrolled Nurse) and RN (Registered Nurse) are there in Australia. Assistant in Nursing does not require formal nursing course. For an enrolled nurse, you need to have Diploma of Nursing and for a registered nurse, you need nursing qualification at least bachelor level [...]

What is AQF Level

AQF is Australian Qualifications Framework. The AQF is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. AQF levels are an indication of the relative complexity from AQF 1 to 10. Level 1: Certificate I Level 2: Certificate II Level 3: Certificate III Level 4: Certificate IV Level 5: Diploma Level 6: Advanced [...]

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