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MAS OKAY BA NA MAG VISITOR VISA THEN PAG MAY SCHOOL KANA SA NZ/AU MAG STUDENT VISA KA NAMAN

ItsmeRobleItsmeRoble ManilaTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
So ayun madami na ko na puntahan at napagtanungan about sa STUDY AND WORK abroad.

Jusko puro payment full ang tuition w/c asa 500k plus isang sem. plus show money na asa 1.5M or so. May mga nakita nako na options para sa show money mga nag papa lend and stuff pero naisip ko mas okay kaya pag nag visitors visa nalang ako muna tas hanap school dun sa AU or NZ pag nakahanap saka na ko mag apply ng student visa para may mga options ako sa school na matanong
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  • aranayadaranayad Manila, PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 11Member
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    Hi kahit na pumunta ka dun as Visitor at dun ka magapply onshore same pa rin ang requirement.



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  • ItsmeRobleItsmeRoble ManilaTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    @aranayad ganun ba need ba talaga pag international student ka eh bayaran in full ung semester mo? kase sabi ng ka work ko baka naman may study now pay later
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  • aranayadaranayad Manila, PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 11Member
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    @ItsmeRoble yep that's the requirement even you apply onshore or offshore. You need to pay for the full semester. The study now pay later is only for citizens of OZ. Its called HECS. You can apply for scholarship to lessen the burden of your tuition.



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  • dvaldval PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    @ItsmeRoble Hi, any suggestion po para sa show money?
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  • dvaldval PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    @Jasna Thank you po. Oo nga po ang mahal like deakin. Im wondering lang sa la trobe, they require proof of funds though mahal din naman tuition nila halos kapareho ng deakin. Ang mura po na nakita ko sa melbourne or malapit is acu, vic uni
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  • JasnaJasna PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    @dval there are some Uni which does not require show money. However, their tuition fees are high compared to other colleges which is just half or thirds of their fees.
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  • JasnaJasna PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    Education is expensive in Australia, but kinocompensate sya ng possible salary nyo. Like the minimum salary here is around 18AUD per hour. So, if you're a student, and say you work part-time, Say:
    16 (Assuming you're paid at the minimum, then less tax)
    * 20 (allowed working hours per week)
    * 4.3 (no. of weeks in a month)
    = 1,376
    * 40 (assuming the conversion rate in PHP)
    = P55,000 a month.

    That is while you're still a student and can't work full time. If you can work full time, then double the salary, and tayong mag Filipino we always find ways to work more, some even tripling the load.

    And if you can find a work which offers a salary higher than the minimum, then why not?

    For those in nursing, aged care, etc. I believe they are paid more than the minimum (though I am not generalizing. Kase iba-iba naman ang case). :)
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  • JasnaJasna PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 3Member
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    @dval I'm actually studying at Deakin LOL so I'm a bit biased, but I think they're good in Nursing. Im not a nursing student btw.
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  • dvaldval PhilippinesTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    I agree they have a good reputation nga po. Thank you @Jasna :)
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  • Virgo9290Virgo9290 CebuTotal Reaction Points: 1Member
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    Hello. Sino dito pupuntang Melbourne this nov? I'm on a student visa and sa nov. 15 flight q papuntang melbourne. Naghahanap lng ng karamay since this is my first time to travel solo. ☺️ Naghahanap na din ng friends sa Melbourne. Thank you. ☺️
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  • kymmekymme MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 41Member
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    @Virgo9290 may fb group chat s mga ng sstart p lng ng process becoming AuRN. may iba nov intake and may mga flights. u can join
    Registered Nurse Nec

    06/15 - touchdown Oz
    07/15 - start of classes (Bachelor in Nursing)
    05/16 - passed OET (after 4 failed attempts with IELTS and PTE)
    07/16 - finished uni
    07/16 - received AHPRA Australian Registered Nurse rego
    08/16 - student visa 500 (Diploma)
    10/16 - started working as an RN

    07/09/17 - Submitted EOI for State Nom Vic with 60points

    I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me
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  • Virgo9290Virgo9290 CebuTotal Reaction Points: 1Member
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    Anu group xa sa fb @kymme
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