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.
You must have OET not less than A or B in all modules. Equivalent PTE and TOEFL scores are acceptable.
Clubbing scores are acceptable. Please refer to AHPRA website for more details on clubbing.
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.
The candidate must be minimum Bachelors, should clear the English language requirement and must have an experience of Min 3 months in the last 5 years. On getting a Decision Letter from the nursing board, candidate needs to undergo the adaptation program. On completion of the adaptation course, they can gain registration.
The candidate must be Bachelors, should possess English language requirements, and must have an experience of minimum 2 years in the last 5 years. On getting Decision Letter from New Zealand Nursing Council, needs to successfully complete the CAP adaptation course.
The candidate must be a Diploma/Bachelors Nurse. Must possess English language requirement and must have 1 year experience in the last 5 years where they hold registration. Applicant needs to pass the nursing board exams in Ireland including a clinical exam.
The candidate must be a Diploma/Bachelors Nurse. Must possess English language requirement and must have 1 year experience in the last 5 years where they hold registration. Candidates have to successfully pass the nursing tests including a clinical exam in UK.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria for their chosen course including the English language requirements. On application to the University, they will be offered a place depending on availability for the intake. Most universities do not accept a break in studies of more than 5 years (exceptions are considered).