Skilled Migration Canberra: ACT Occupation List Feb 2015

The ACT Occupation List identifies the skills that are currently in demand in Canberra. The ACT Occupation List is used to determine the eligibility for ACT support of the following programs: Skilled Migration: ACT nomination of a Skilled – Nominated (subclass 190) visa. Employer Nomination: Regional Certifying Body support of an Employer Nomination under the […]

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Sports management course Canberra

Are you a Sports enthusiast and looking at a career as Sports scientist, sports manager, performance analyst and coach ? If yes then check this new course from University of Canberra. Commencing in Semester One 2015, University of Canberra’s new Master of High Performance Sport course will provide students with the skills and insight to […]

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Study Physiotherapy in Canberra, Australia – accredited course

The popular four-year Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree of University of Canberra, which started under provisional accreditation in 2013, has been formally accredited by the Australian Physiotherapy Council. Formal accreditation means Bachelor of Physiotherapy students graduating in 2016, would be eligible immediately to practise physiotherapy in Australia. The Universityof Canberra is the only institution in the […]

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Future demand for Teachers in Australian Schools

More education graduates are needed to head off a growing demand for teachers in Australian schools, Australian Catholic University (ACU) said recently. An ageing teaching workforce combined with an increase in school student numbers over the next decade meant more, not fewer education graduates were needed.  There is an expectation from the Commonwealth government that […]

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Australia (Canberra) Environmental Science PhD scholarships

[gard] ANU (Australian National University) Fenner School of Environment and Society has three scholarships on offer for postgraduate students who are looking to study bats and birds, population diversity and genetic diversity. The three scholarships are funded by the Australian Research Council and each run for three years, with $29,844 for each year. For more […]

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