I am an overseas student and currently completing an Australian Masters degree. Will my Masters course be recognised by the Institute for migration purposes?
The first requirement to be recognised as a skilled migrant in all occupations assessed by the Institute is that a person holds qualifications, which are assessed as at least comparable to the level of an Australian Bachelor degree. This may be in any discipline. Next, the person’s level of core knowledge areas are assessed. Generally, if you have a non-accounting Bachelor degree recognised by the Institute, you can qualify by completing an accredited conversion course or Masters Course through an Australian university to satisfy the minimum core knowledge areas. If your Bachelor degree is assessed by the Institute and/or AEI-NOOSR as not being comparable to an Australian Bachelor degree, you can only qualify by completing an Institute accredited Masters degree through an Australian university. In this case, the degree must consist of at least 12 semester subjects which includes all the subjects listed by the Institute. Please note that you should only apply for migration when you have
- I am an overseas student currently studying outside of the UK, however, the medium of my current degree is English. Will I still need to take an English Language test?
- I am an overseas student and currently completing an Australian Masters degree. Will my Masters course be recognised by the Institute for migration purposes?
- At the successful completion of the 4 year MSci course is the student granted a Masters Degree or is the MSci an equivalent?