FAQ

FAQ

FAQ

Internationally qualified nurses are required to submit an application to the Nursing & Midwifery board of Australia (called AHPRA) for an eligibility letter. Upon receiving the eligibility letter you may apply to colleges or Universities for admission to a bridging program. Thereon you may obtain registration which will enable you to work as a registered nurse in Australia.

You must have obtained IELTS academic grade of 7 for listening, reading, writing and speaking tests, and an overall grade of not less than 7. Or You must have OET not less than A or B in all modules

Yes, it is mandatory to have prior work experience in order to apply to AHPRA.

Your family can join you upon obtaining a job visa, soon after you find a job.

You can attend the bridging program on visa subclass 600 (Business visitor Stream) or visa subclass 575 (Student visa)

The processing time for the bridging program is approximately 4-5 months.

Yes, our associate office Health Careers International in Melbourne & Perth will provide assistance in regards to accommodation, transportation, visa, job search and any associated help you may require.

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