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Recognized Philippine Schools by "Australia..."

AdminAdmin SingaporePosts: 1,431Administrator
edited August 2012 in Other Migration Topic
Hi guys!

Sa wakas! natapos na rin ung pag transfer ng list to Database!

Kudos to Aolee! (pacencya na medyo busy lang lately)

You can now view the list of schools recognized by Australia with their corresponding sections.

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For those who doesn't have one yet, please register first :D

Salamat sa patience, we always will keep on delivering for you guys!

click here to view the List

Thanks!

-John

2010-06 : Lurker at philippines.com.au (previously the #1 Pinoy Australian Forum)
2010-06 : Started researching on Visa 175 - Target 120pts
2011-08 : Started prev employer document gathering for ACS skill assessment (0/4)
2010-12 : Philippines.com.au went offline and created www.pinoyau.info
2011-03 : 1st child born - AU dream halted
2014-03 : ACS document - 1/5 emp ref completed
2015-01: Promoted at work - AU dream halted
2015-11: ACS document - 1/6 emp ref completed
2016-09: 2nd child born - AU dream halted
2018-09: ACS document - 6/8 emp ref completed
2018-09: Revised all employment references and affidavit from scratch
2019-03: Completed Revised 8/8 emp ref
2019-03: PTE Exam (no preparation) - L59,R75,S62,W64
2019-07: Favorable Skills Assessment result for Software Eng
2019-11: PTE Mock - L78,R83,S81,W79
2019-11: PTE Exam- L70,R68,S79,W68 (competent only)
2019-12: PTE tentative re-booking date. - (didn't push through)
2020-02: PTE Exam- L79,R79,S86,W76 (grr lack 3pts on Writing)

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  • bmacbmac Posts: 22Member
    Joined: Jan 12, 2011
    Hi John

    What do you mean by recognized? What is the corresponding section, lke 1?

    Cheers

  • AdminAdmin Singapore
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    Hi bmac, yes, you're right, schools with their corresponding Section as per CEP

    http://www.aei.gov.au/AEI/CEP/Default.htm

    2010-06 : Lurker at philippines.com.au (previously the #1 Pinoy Australian Forum)
    2010-06 : Started researching on Visa 175 - Target 120pts
    2011-08 : Started prev employer document gathering for ACS skill assessment (0/4)
    2010-12 : Philippines.com.au went offline and created www.pinoyau.info
    2011-03 : 1st child born - AU dream halted
    2014-03 : ACS document - 1/5 emp ref completed
    2015-01: Promoted at work - AU dream halted
    2015-11: ACS document - 1/6 emp ref completed
    2016-09: 2nd child born - AU dream halted
    2018-09: ACS document - 6/8 emp ref completed
    2018-09: Revised all employment references and affidavit from scratch
    2019-03: Completed Revised 8/8 emp ref
    2019-03: PTE Exam (no preparation) - L59,R75,S62,W64
    2019-07: Favorable Skills Assessment result for Software Eng
    2019-11: PTE Mock - L78,R83,S81,W79
    2019-11: PTE Exam- L70,R68,S79,W68 (competent only)
    2019-12: PTE tentative re-booking date. - (didn't push through)
    2020-02: PTE Exam- L79,R79,S86,W76 (grr lack 3pts on Writing)

  • chuvalynchuvalyn Posts: 8Member
    Joined: Jan 07, 2011
    hi...anu po yung CEP?naghanap kc talaga ako sa website kung anu yung tinutukoy na "Recognized Higher Education Provider" dun sa CPA australia.Gusto ko kc maglodge ng application eh hindi nga kilala ang school ko at nasa province pa sya. So, kung ito na talaga yun eh nakakatuwa kc andun yung school ko...thanks po sa reply...
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    @chuvalyn Country Education Profiles (CEP) , as long as may necessary work exp ka pasok yan :) good luck sa appplication mo. ako rin kala ko hindi kabilang dati school ko, kasi singaw lang sa tabi tabi ung school ko. later ko lang nalaman nasa section 3 pala cya. swerte tlaga ung mga pinagaral ng magulang nila sa school belonging to section 1 :)

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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot Osaka
    Posts: 4,336Member
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    I am just wondering...

    What does this mean? Can we be able to claim points for education if our alma mater belongs to the list?

    Primary Applicant: Wife
    Accountant (General): 221111

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    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
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    03 Jun 2013 - started work
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    15 Jun 2016 - applied for citizenship
    29 Jul 2016 - citizenship examination
    20 Oct 2016 - Aussie, Aussie, Aussie Oi Oi Oi!!

  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    hi psychoboy, as far as i know, degrees awarded by level 1 institutions are recognised as equivalent to an Australian degree.

    but as for schools that falls under section 2 and 3... you still need to provide stuffs like GPA, PRC registration, etc. maybe someone can expound on this.

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  • veenus18phveenus18ph Mandaluyong
    Posts: 28Member
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    Hi Aolee may question lang po ako. Kasi yung university of perpetual help calamba dalawa ang sections. Yung isa sa #39 section 2 and then yung #41 section 3 ang nakalagay. Thanks
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    Hi Aolee may question lang po ako. Kasi yung university of perpetual help calamba dalawa ang sections. Yung isa sa #39 section 2 and then yung #41 section 3 ang nakalagay. Thanks
    hmm... i've double checked my list, and it was printed out that way. sorry I'm not sure. sige try ko ask yung friend ko about it.

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  • eric_402eric_402 Sydney
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    Recognition by Australian employers?
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    @eric_402 sorry i think i didn't get what you mean, but the list pertains or related to immigration.

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  • eric_402eric_402 Sydney
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    so this list is for skills assessment only? akala pati sa pag-apply ng trabaho
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    :D

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  • meemonmeemon Posts: 1Member
    Joined: Jun 04, 2011
    Hi guys, ask ko lang kung mayroon sa inyo na may hawak ngayon ng visa 476.
    Kung mayroon ka nito, malamang na Engineering graduate ka ng UP.
    I just want to ask some questions to those who have this visa.Thanks!
  • k_mavsk_mavs Melbourne
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    Badtrip! section 2 lang yung school ko.I hope meron mag clarify ng issue na to dito para makakuha pa tayo ng additional points.

    “We can make our own plans, but the LORD gives the right answer.”

  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    @k_mavs cool ka lang mavs. Ako nga section 3 e. Feu also falls on section 2 too. :) medyo mahirap talaga malaman ung points on educ for schools under section 2 and 3.

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  • ausie_dream2010ausie_dream2010 Sydney
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    Does it mean that if your school does not fall in section 1, you will not get points? Will the number of work experience will not be considered here?
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    edited June 2011
    @ausie_dream2010 hi aussie_dream, makakakuha nmn but theres no concrete way to determine how they assess or award points for it. Only DIAC officers has the call on that area i guess. But as per the migration agent i contacted, he asked me for other docs like gpa, licenses, and others, i dont know what it is for but i think its a supporting docs to claim for educ points. Sureballs lang daw talaga are those schools that falls under section 1.

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  • k_mavsk_mavs Melbourne
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    Sana nga mas maging malinaw pa to yung mga guidelines nila after July 1.Hehe. Para makakuha tayo ng extra points for our application..

    “We can make our own plans, but the LORD gives the right answer.”

  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    there's this article shared by therealaids here

    http://www.pinoyau.info/discussion/comment/444#Comment_444

    kaya mahirap talaga maintindihan kung panu madedetermine kung mabibigyan ng points o hindi ung educ qualification.

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  • ausie_dream2010ausie_dream2010 Sydney
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    I don't think DIAC is correct to consider our school origin in giving points. It does not mean na if you came from expensive school is magandang school na un. Furthermore, it does not mean also na if galing ka sa expensive school is mas magaling ka sa real world. 30% lang matutunan mo sa school 70% sa working experiences mo at abilidad. If you are applying for student visa maybe it's acceptable but skilled visa naman ang aplay natin e. the formula should be education + working experiences regardless of school or better yet just follow the outcome of skills assessment.
  • ausie_dream2010ausie_dream2010 Sydney
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    Sana nga pede tyo magdictate sa DIAC e, kaso we can not do any thing but to take it or to take it.:-(
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    edited June 2011
    dont worry i think there's a forumala for it im sure kasi mas maraming schools ang under 2 and 3. kaya lang hindi natin alam, kasi ayaw nila ilabas kung panu talaga nila inaassess at binibigyan ng points ung Educ part, the only best thing we can do is supply them with necessary docs and prove that we are competent people thru work exp :)

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  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    edited June 2011
    Hi Guys looks like I may have the answer to the question about the Education Qualification...

    check out this pdf from the immi.gov.au ( http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/general-skilled-migration/pdf/points-test.pdf )

    medyo malinaw na ng konti ung tungkol sa schools that falls on Section2 and 3, as well as for those people na iba ang degree and current profession

    Educational qualifications
    Points can only be awarded for the highest qualification attained. Example: If an applicant is assessed as having completed a Bachelors Degree and a Doctorate Degree, they will only be able to claim points for the Doctorate Degree. The following table outlines the number of points awarded for an applicant’s highest education qualification:

    Points Description of education qualifications
    20 - Doctorate Degree
    15 - At least a Bachelor Degree
    10 - Australian Diploma or trade qualification.
    10 - Award or qualification recognised by the assessing authority in the assessment of the skilled occupation

    To claim points for a qualification obtained overseas, the qualification will need to be recognised as being of a standard comparable to the relevant Australian level qualification. Generally, applicants will be able to request an opinion on their qualification claims from the relevant assessing authority when seeking their skills assessment. For further information about this process, applicants should contact the relevant assessing authority.
    See: www.immi.gov.au/asri/a-z.htm

    An applicant may also be able to claim points for a qualification not related to their nominated occupation, for example they may hold a trade qualification related to their nominated occupation and an unrelated Bachelor degree. If the assessing authority conducting their skills assessment cannot provide an opinion on the non related qualification, applicants should contact the Vocational Education Training and Assessment Services (VETASSESS). VETASSESS is the national assessing authority for a broad range of management, administration, professional and associate professional occupations.
    See: www.vetassess.com.au

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  • icebreaker1928icebreaker1928 Sydney
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    "Generally, applicants will be able to request an opinion on their qualification claims from the relevant assessing authority when seeking their skills assessment. "

    I already have my skills assessed last february... how can I request for an opinion?
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    "Generally, applicants will be able to request an opinion on their qualification claims from the relevant assessing authority when seeking their skills assessment. "

    I already have my skills assessed last february... how can I request for an opinion?
    I think the best thing to do is to contact them. this is quite a new thing, i guess not so many people are aware of it.

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  • bmacbmac Posts: 22Member
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    i think, kung ano po ang assessment ng skills mo, un na ang opinion.
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    @bmac tingin ko rin ganun nga. kung pasado ka sa acs skills assessment i think automatica 10points agad?

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  • icebreaker1928icebreaker1928 Sydney
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    "Generally, applicants will be able to request an opinion on their qualification claims from the relevant assessing authority when seeking their skills assessment. "

    I already have my skills assessed last february... how can I request for an opinion?
    I think the best thing to do is to contact them. this is quite a new thing, i guess not so many people are aware of it.
    already did that... emailed ACS, mag 1 month na wala pa rin reply huhuhuhu...
    meron auto generated message na busy daw sila at ang dami nilang email natatangap at inaapura sila para daw makahabol sa july 1 changes, pero strict daw ang rules nila na 12 weeks makukuha ang result... tapos regarding new points system, wala daw sila kinalaman dun, yung DIAC ang tanungin nyo, parang ganon ang message hahahahha :D
  • aoleeaolee Singapore
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    @icebreaker1928 hehehe mukhang walang coordinasyon sa magkabilang panig :D or baka hindi pa naoorient ung mga cust service nila, hala bukas na iimplement to tapos wala pa silang sagot? bukas magkakaalaman. :D sana maplantsa ng maayos to para hindi blanko ang mga tao. hehehe

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  • icebreaker1928icebreaker1928 Sydney
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    good morning senyo, its july 1 na, I have downloaded a new copy of Booklet 6
    http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/books6.htm

    at una kong tiningnan ang Educational Qualification at ito ang nakasaad
    You have met the requirements for award of a:
    • bachelor degree, by an Australian educational institution; or
    • bachelor degree, awarded by an overseas educational institution or a
    recognised standard; or
    • post secondary qualification or award of a recognised standard as specified
    by the Minister in an instrument in writing.
    kung titingnan natin ang second bullet sabi

    "awarded by an overseas educational institution or a recognised standard; or"

    sa pagkakaintindi ko ang "overseas educational institution" is yung mga school natin diba? tapos naka OR lang yung recognised standard. so meaning basta graduate ka ng bachelors degree, pasok ka sa 15 pts... tama po ba mga mam at sir... any inputs?

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