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10 Best Universities in Sydney 2019 | (2019/2020 Fees)

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Finding the right university in Sydney is not that difficult, it very much depends on your study plan and what do you want to achieve in the future. Aside from the financial capabilities, taking consideration of the ranking of a university is a smart move to decide which university to choose from. 

The general rule of thumb is, the higher the ranking of a university, the higher tuition fee you have to pay, along with more research elements in your syllabus to maintain the high standard of education compare to university with a lower ranking.

Why many international students choose to study in Sydney

Sydney is the biggest city in Australia with a population of more than 4.5 millions of people. It is the capital city of New South Wales location in the south-west coast of Australia. Apart from being the financial hub of the country, food culture and corporate lifestyle are highly rated as one of the top in the world. In short, here are the top reason why you should study in Sydney,

Low employment rate 😀

It is much easier to get a job in Sydney compared to other regions in Australia according to the unemployment rate published recently from Labour Market Information Portal.

Unemployment Rate (15+) by State and Territory, Australia 2019 (%)

(Source: http://lmip.gov.au/default.aspx?LMIP/LFR_SAFOUR/LFR_UnemploymentRate)

A degree from Sydney will be valuable anywhere you go. The only problem of studying in Sydney is the sky-high cost of living, on average, the international student needs about AUD2500 - AUD4000 to live through in a month. 

Spending Category Average Monthly Expenses
Rental for 1 bedroom in a shared unit ($350pw)

AUD 1,400

Food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) ($300pw)

AUD 1,200

Transport (Train and Bus)

AUD 200

Utility Bill (Electricity, Phone Bill and etc)

AUD 200

Social (Coffee, Beer and Party)

AUD 800

Total AUD3,800

Top 10 best universities and institutions in Sydney

There are certain universities and institutions in Sydney that are not too bad and is more welcoming to international students with affordable fee. Below here I have selected the 10 best universities and institutions you can consider studying in Australia.

1) The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) is known for the best school in Engineering in Sydney. 

They offer the most comprehensive array of engineering degrees including Surveying, Petroleum Engineering, Food Science, Civil Engineering, Chemical Product Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Environmental Engineering. 

  • Recommended courses at the UNSW: Engineering
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: 30min by bus
  • UNSW is placed as 43 with the QS World University Ranking in 2019.
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Foundation Studies - UNSW Global Mar, Aug & Nov 9 months AUD 32,850
Diploma in Science - UNSW Global Jan, May & Aug 12 months AUD 38,379
Diploma in Engineering Jan, May & Aug 12 months AUD 41,997
Bachelor of Commerce Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 41,280
Bachelor of Information Systems (IT) Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 41,280
Bachelor of Arts/Law Feb 5 years AUD 37,920
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) Feb & Jul 4 years AUD 46,230
Doctor of Medicine Feb 6 years AUD 73,440

2) University of Sydney (USYD)

University of Sydney (USYD) is Australia’s first university and best known for providing Modern Languages, Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering and English Language & Literature programs in Sydney. 
  • Recommended courses at the University of Sydney: Veterinary and International Business
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: 10min by bus
  • USYD is placed as 42 with the QS World University Ranking in 2019.

Program

Intake

Duration

Indicated annual fee (2020)

Bachelor of Commerce

Feb & Jul

3 years

AUD 42,000

Bachelor of Advanced Computing (IT)

Feb & Jul

4 years

AUD 46,500

Bachelor of Arts/Law

Feb & Jul

5 years

AUD 42,000

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)

Feb & Jul

4 years

AUD 46,500

Bachelor of Veterinary Biology and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Feb

6 years

AUD 49,5000 – AUD 64,000

3) University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Study nursing in UTS
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is best-known for nursing, accounting and engineering programs in Sydney. They offer the most comprehensive array of business degrees including Entrepreneurship, MBA, Accounting, Finance and Property economies. 
  • Recommended courses at University of Technology Sydney: Accounting and Nursing
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: UTS is located in the city
  • University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is placed as 140 with the QS World University Ranking in 2019.
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Foundation Studies - UTS:INSEARCH Mar, Jun & Oct 8 months AUD 25,250
Diploma of Business - UTS:INSEARCH Mar, Jun & Oct 12 months AUD 31,000
Diploma of Engineering Mar, Jun & Oct 12 months AUD 31,000
Bachelor of Commerce Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 38,060
Bachelor of Information Technology (IT) Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 42,700
Bachelor of Laws Feb & Jul 4 years AUD 44,470
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) Feb & Jul 4 years AUD 44,470
Bachelor of Design in Architecture Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 38,720

4) Macquarie University

Macquarie University is best known for Actuarial Science and Physiology in Sydney. Actuarial Science could be a good option for students who enjoy solving high-level mathematics question and develop strong quantitative skills

  • Recommended courses at Macquarie University: Actuarial Science and Physiology
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: 1 hour and 20 min by train
  • Macquarie University is placed as 237 with the QS World University Ranking in 2019.
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Foundation Studies Feb, July & Oct 1 year AUD 25,500
Diploma of Accounting, Commerce and Business Administration Feb, Apr, July & Oct 9 months AUD 30,282
Diploma of Engineering Feb, Apr, July & Oct 9 months AUD 30,282
Bachelor of Commerce Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 36,450
Bachelor of Actuarial Science Feb 3 years AUD 36,450
Bachelor of Information Technology Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 37,500
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) Feb & Jul 4 years AUD 37,500
Bachelor of Chiropractic Science Feb 3 years AUD 39,900

5) Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University is employability focused with a renowned reputation for teaching and research. The university is ranked within the top 100 young universities by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

  • Recommended courses at Western Sydney University: MBA, Agriculture and Horticulture 
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: 40min by train
  • Western Sydney University is placed as 468 with the QS World University Ranking in 2019.
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Foundation Studies Feb, July & Oct 1 year AUD 21,000
Diploma of Business Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 25,725
Diploma of Science Feb 3 years AUD 36,450
Bachelor of Commerce Mar & Jul 3 years AUD 26,760
Bachelor of Information Technology Mar & Jul 3 years AUD 29,360
Bachelor of Engineering Mar & Jul 4 years AUD 31,400
Bachelor of Bachelor of Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security Mar & Jul 3 years AUD 29,040
Master of Business Administration Mar & Jul 2 years AUD 30,200

6) Kaplan Business School

Kaplan Business School is a global recognised provider of higher education degrees in Australia that offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, accounting, marketing, management, tourism, entrepreneurship, health services, digital management, analytics, project management and leadership.

  • Recommended courses at Kaplan Business School: MBA, Accounting and Business Programs 
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: The institution is located in the Sydney CBD
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Diploma of Business Feb, Jul & Nov 1 year AUD 17,200
Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Feb, Jul & Nov 3 years AUD 17,200
Master of Business Administration Feb, Jul & Nov 2 years AUD 21,750

7) Top Education Institution

Top Education Institute is a private higher education since 2009. Initially specialising in Business and Accounting, offering Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees that recognised by major accounting bodies in Australia: CPAA, CAANZ, IPA and ACCA. Top Education is co-owned by one of the big 4 accounting firms in the country, therefore student hoping to strike for an internship opportunity with one of the big 4 accounting firms are encouraged to apply. 

Top Education Institute begins offering Bachelor of Laws in 2015. The first non-university private provider to be fully accredited for the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) by the NSW Legal Profession Admission Board (LPAB).
  • Recommended courses at Top Education Institution: Accounting 
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: The institution is located in the Sydney CBD
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Foundation Studies Feb, May & Sep 8 months AUD 22,000
Diploma of Business Management Feb, May & Sep 8-12 Months AUD 26,400
Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Feb, May & Sep 2.75 years AUD 26,766
Bachelor of Hospitality Management Feb, May & Sep 3 years AUD 28,966
Master of International Business  Feb, Jul, Sep 2 years AUD 20,100

8) International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS)

The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) is an award-winning* higher education institution with campuses in Manly and Sydney’s business district. Founded in 1996, ICMS offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses that are regulated and recognised in the same manner as all public universities in Australia.
  • Recommended courses at International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS): Hospitality Management and International Business
  • Distance to Sydney CBD: 40min by ferry 
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Diploma of Business Mar, Aug & Nov 1 year AUD 21,000
Bachelor of Business (Accounting) Mar, Aug & Nov 3 years AUD 21,000
Bachelor of Laws Jul & Nov 4 years AUD 20,000
Master of Business Administration Mar, Aug & Nov 2 years AUD 23,000

9) Sydney Institute (TAFE NSW)

In Australia, If you’re looking for vocational education and training (VET) courses in Australia, TAFE (technical and further education) institutions offer a range of Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses. 

TAFE NSW is the largest training and education provider in Australia. All TAFE NSW Institutes were united as one ‘TAFE NSW’ in an ongoing process starting in 2017. Sydney Institute of TAFE NSW is located in one of Sydney’s strongest education, cultural and entertainment precincts, right in the very heart of the city. The campus is surrounded by Central Station, UTS, the ABC, Sydney University and Chinatown. 
Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
Certificate III in Agriculture Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 11,030
Certificate IV in Agriculture Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 11,820
Diploma of Agriculture Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 14,030
Certificate III in Captive Animals Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 8,930
Certificate III in Bricklaying/Blocklaying Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 16,340
Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 14,680
Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 16,460
Diploma of Building and Construction (Building) Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 21,360
Certificate IV in Business Feb & Jul 0.5 year AUD 6,210
Diploma of Business  Feb & Jul 0.5 year AUD 7,220
Bachelor of Business Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 15,040
Certificate IV in Design (Interior Design Foundation) Feb & Jul 0.5 year AUD 9,270
Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration Feb & Jul 1 year AUD 17,140
Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) Feb & Jul 3 years AUD 30,000

10) Academies Australasia

Established in 1908, Academies Australasia has been operating for 111 years. There are 18 colleges in the group, each with its own licence to operate as an education institution. Some operate in more than one location.Academies Australasia Polytechnic (‘AAPoly’) offers the Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management and Bachelor of Business (Leadership and Management). It also offers Vocational courses in Melbourne.

 

Over the years, Academies Australasia colleges have taught more than 100,000 students from 130 countries. The majority of the faculty and staff were born overseas. This background and sensitivity to cultural differences, needs and expectations, means that they are very well placed to understand and assist students from overseas. They know the issues and how best to address them.

Program Intake Duration Indicated annual fee (2019)
General English Every week 10 - 40 weeks AUD350/week
Certificate III in Business Jan, Apr, Jun & Sep 3 months AUD 2,000
Certificate IV in Business Jan, Apr, Jun & Sep 6 months AUD 4,000
Diploma of Leadership and Management Jan, Apr, Jun & Sep 1 year AUD 8,000
Bachelor of Business Jan, Apr, Jun & Sep 3 years AUD 15,000 per year

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Top 10 Veterinary Science Universities in 2019 | Recognised by Vet Council of Malaysia

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What is Veterinary Science (VET)?

The Basics of Veterinary Science

Veterinary Science basically means the study of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders and injuries in animals. The generalised notion is very wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with specific conditions which only affect specific species. Veterinary medicine is often practised by a veterinary physician (vet), assisted by veterinary nurses and technicians. Though there are certainly more specific fields of veterinary, such as physiotherapy or dentistry.

What are the Various Fields of Veterinary Science?

As mentioned before, there are various specialities within Veterinary Science, just like human medical practices. Here are some different areas within Veterinary Science which are well-known:

Vet VocabularyExplanation
AnaesthesiologyPain relief for animals
DentistryDental care for animals
DermatologyDiseases and conditions of the skin
Internal MedicineDiagnosis and treatment of illnesses, such as cardiology (heart), neurology (brain) and oncology (cancer and tumours)
NutritionEnsures animals’ diets meet their body’s requirement for nutrients
PathologyDeals with causes & nature of diseases through lab examinations (e.g. autopsies)
PhysiotherapyRestore and maintain mobility, function, independence and performance
SurgeryDeals with injuries and disorders that require surgical intervention
Zoological MedicineCare of zoo animals, wildlife and aquatic animals

Why Should You Study Veterinary Science?

Veterinary Science can be extremely rewarding for those who have a passion for animals. Here are some reasons that set Veterinary Science from other degrees and careers.

Interest & Love for AnimalsAs a vet, your job role consists of treating animals and ensure their welfare. As a result, you have to possess a great love for animals to pursue this career. Plus, there is no other career path as a vet, you get to examine different animals, treat a variety of diseases, and reap the satisfaction of doing good for the world!
Rewarding SalaryIt certainly pays well to practice such a highly regarded profession. Though you need to consider the education costs of earning that veterinary degree! Furthermore, your salary can certainly go higher if you’ve received additional speciality training or hold board certificates.
Professional Independence & FlexibilityAlthough you may start off working for an established clinic, there is a future possibility for you to open up your own practice. Or you may even consider using your veterinary background to enter distinct industries, such as veterinary pharmaceutical sales companies, wildlife agencies, laboratories, academic institutions, etc. Hence, it is a degree filled with many bright futures!

What are the entry requirements to study for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

In order to pursue a degree in Veterinary Science, the institutions are generally looking  for qualifications like:

(1) SPM / O-Level / IGCSE / Year 10 or equivalent qualification (Minimum of 5 credits, including Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Additional Mathematics)

                                                                                                                     AND/OR

(2) Entry from STPM / GCE A-level / Foundation of Science / Matriculation (Australia, Canadian, American) / Diploma or equivalent qualification (STPM or Matriculation: At least CGPA 3.6, with minimum B in Biology AND one advanced science subject (eg. Chemistry or Additional Mathematics)

Entry requirements may vary depending on the university, so make sure you check with us (click here) before submitting your application!

How long is the study duration of Veterinary Science degree?

A Veterinary Science degree usually takes about 5 – 7 years depending on the curriculum and syllabus of the university.

Let us use the pathway from the University of Melbourne as an example, upon completion of pre-university equivalent qualification (eg. STPM, GCE A-level, Foundation in Science (from the G8 Universities), SAM and IB), the student can enroll into either Bachelor of Bio MedicineBachelor of Science or Bachelor of Agriculture. Following satisfactory completion of all subjects in the Veterinary Bio-science specialisation, the student can progress into the Doctor Veterinary Medicine (DVM) with one year of credit exemption (first-year units). Otherwise, Students not selected into the Veterinary Bio-science specialisation may apply for graduate entry into the DVM following completion of their Bachelor of Science.

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Duration: Bachelor of Science (three years) plus the DVM with one year of credit (three years) = six years.

What Would You Study in a Veterinary Science Degree?

A Veterinary Science degree will give you the knowledge and skills required to diagnose and treat animals. Some of the subjects that you may learn include:

  • Animal Anatomy
  • Animal Biochemistry
  • Animal Diseases
  • Animal Genetics
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Bacteriology and Microbiology
  • Epidemiology
  • General Surgery
  • Pathology

Throughout your degree, you will be required to carry out practical training. This could involve being situated at various places, such as livestock farms, zoos, SPCA and wildlife sanctuaries, as well as vet clinics. Remember that studying for a Veterinary Science degree is requires a lot of hard work, involving keen analytical skills accompanied with practical labour.

Career Options with a Veterinary Science Degree

A degree in Veterinary Science will allow you to pursue the following career options:

  • Veterinary Surgeon
  • Veterinary Scientist
  • Veterinary Pathologist
  • Livestock Inspector
  • Livestock Veterinarian
  • Laboratory Animal Veterinarian
  • Marine Biologist
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher
  • Zoological / Wildlife Veterinarian

Where Can You Study Doctor Veterinary Medicine other than Malaysia?

Once you have completed your degree in Veterinary Science, you can apply to be a registered veterinary surgeon through the Malaysian Veterinary Council. You will also need to apply for an Annual Practicing Certificate which cost about RM20. This is a required process in order to practice veterinary medicine in Malaysia.

Below here are the lists of Veterinary Universities overseas that are recognised by the Veterinary Council of Malaysia

Veterinary Universities in Australia

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
University of Melbourne
Enquire
Bachelor of Science (Honours) (1st – 3rd year)AUD $43,520 (Bachelor)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) (4th – 6/7th years)AUD $68,736 (Doctor)
University of Queensland
Enquire
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours)AUD $66,592 (Bachelor)
University of Sydney
Enquire
Bachelor of Veterinary Biology (1st – 2nd year)AUD $49,500 (Bachelor)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (3rd – 5th year)AUD $64,000 (Doctor)
Murdoch University
Enquire
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Veterinary Biology (1st year)AUD $32,803
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Veterinary Biology (2nd – 3rd year)AUD $51,360
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) (4th – 5th years)AUD $86,760

Veterinary Universities in Canada

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
University of Saskatchewan
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Bachelor of Science in (Animal Bioscience) (2 years)USD $18,391 (Bachelor)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) (4 years)USD $10,737 (Doctor)
University of Guelph
Enquire
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) (5 years)USD $20,840

Veterinary Universities in New Zealand

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
Massey University
Enquire
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (5 years)AUD $64,040

Veterinary University in the United States of America (USA)

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
Colorado State University
Enquire
Undergraduate in Biomedical Science (4 years)USD $20,000
Professional Veterinary Medicine (PVM) (4 years)USD $61,362

Veterinary Universities in the United Kingdom

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
University of Bristol
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BVSc Veterinary Science (D100) (5 years)£29,100
University of Cambridge
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Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) (5 years)£ 55,272
University of Edinburgh
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Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVM&S) (5 years)£ 31,450
University of Glasgow
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Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVMS) (5 years)£ 29,250
University of Liverpool
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BVSc Veterinary Science (5 years)£ 34,550
University of London: Royal Veterinary College
Enquire
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (BVetMed) (5 years)£ 35,010

Veterinary Universities in Malaysia

UniversityQualificationIndicative Tuition Fee Per Year 2019/2020
Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)
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Doctor of Veterinary MedicineRM 4,780
Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK)
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Doctor of Veterinary MedicineRM 25,745 (full course fee)
CAUTION: The program fees listed above are provided as a general guide only, the fees were captured based on the publicly available information on the institutions’ websites.



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Top 10 Scholarships for A-Level Students to Study in Malaysia 2019 (for Malaysian only)

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What is A-Level Anyway?

A-Levels is also known as GCE Advanced Levels in its full name. It is a pre-university program based on the UK’s education system. Upon successful completion, you can use A-Level results to apply for degree programs. If you are interested in learning more about A-Level and how to apply for them, leave us a message.

When is A-Level result release day in 2019

In general, students can expect to view their results on internet on 15 August 2019 (Thursday), On this day, UCAS track will be available to let students know whether they got the grades they need to get into their chosen university and course in the United Kingdom (UK), if you have not registered with UCAS because you want to explore more of your option, for example, like continuing your education in Malaysia, we can be your great helping hands, click here to chat with us online (free consultation service).

Which University has the best scholarship for high achiever A-Level Students?

In this article, we have summarised a list of scholarships found from various local private universities. Also, we highly recommend reading our overall list of scholarships offered to Malaysian students in 2019 too.

Asia Pacific University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
APU Merit ScholarshipsA-Level AAA50% Scholarship
A-Level AAB35% Scholarship
A-Level ABB20% Scholarship
A-Level BBB10% Scholarship

UCSI University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
UCSI Trust ScholarshipA-Level AAA in the relevant subjectsUp to 100% Scholarship
A-Level ABB in the relevant subjectsPartial Scholarship

Taylor’s University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
Taylor’s University Merit ScholarshipA-Level ABB & above in 3 subjectsUp to 100% Scholarship (Interview Required)
Taylor’s University World Class ScholarshipA-Level ABB & above in 3 subjectsFull Scholarship + Internship/ Trainee Program (Interview Required)
Taylor’s University Talent ScholarshipA-Level BBC & above in 3 subjectsFull Scholarship (Interview Required)
Taylor’s Excellence AwardA-Level AAA/AABRM 15,000 per year
A-Level ABB/AACRM 11,000 per year
A-Level BBB/ABCRM 6,000 per year

Curtin University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
Curtin University Merit ScholarshipA-Level 4 As and moreRM10,000 tuition fee waiver for the first year
A-Level 2 – 3 AsRM5,000 tuition fee waiver for the first year

HELP University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Business (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Management (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Economics (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Business Psychology (Hons) Year 1)A-Level AAAUp to RM 15,750 partial scholarship
A-Level AABUp to RM 11,250 partial scholarship
A-Level ABUp to RM 6,750 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Business (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Management (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Economics (Hons) Year 1 / Bachelor of Business Psychology (Hons) Year 1)A-Level AAAUp to RM 14,700 partial scholarship
A-Level AABUp to RM 10,500 partial scholarship
A-Level AACUp to RM 6,300 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Year 1A-Level AAB and aboveUp to RM 14,000 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 2AsUp to RM 10,500 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 1A, 1BUp to RM 7,000 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Communication (Hons) Year 1A-Level AAB and aboveUp to RM 14,000 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 2AsUp to RM 10,500 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 1A, 1BUp to RM 7,000 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (Hons) Year 1A-Level AAAA and aboveUp to RM 8,100 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 3AsUp to RM 6,480 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 2AUp to RM 4,050 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Education in TESL (Hons) Year 1A-Level AAAA and aboveUp to RM 9,360 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 3AsUp to RM 7,020 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 2AUp to RM 4,680 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – UK Degree Transfer Program (Law) Year 1A-Level AAA and aboveUp to RM 12,500 partial scholarship
A-Level at least AABUp to RM 7,500 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – Bachelor of Law (Hons) Year 1A-Level AAA and aboveUp to RM 7,500 partial scholarship
A-Level at least AABUp to RM 3,500 partial scholarship
HELP University Distinction Award Scholarship – BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance / BSc (Hons) Economics and Management / BSc (Hons) Economics / BSc (Hons) Banking and FinanceA-Level AAAA and aboveUp to RM 9,000 partial scholarship
A-Level at least AABUp to RM 7,000 partial scholarship
A-Level at least 2AUp to RM 5,000 partial scholarship

INTI University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
INTI Merit Scholarship – All ProgramsA-Level 15 points *(A+ = 6 points; A = 5 points; B = 4 points; C = 3 points; D = 2 points; E = 1 point)up to 100% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1
A-Level 13 pointsup to 50% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1
A-Level 12 pointsup to 30% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1
INTI Leadership Excellence Scholarship – All ProgramsA-Level ABBUp to full tuition fee waiver for the entire program

Monash University Malaysia's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
Monash High Achiever Award – All ProgramsA-Level 3AsRM5,000/semester
Jeffrey Cheah Foundation – Monash Equity Scholarships – All Programs (except Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine, and Bachelor of Pharmacy)A-Level 3Asup to 100% tuition fee waiver
Monash Pharmacy Equity Scholarship – Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)A-Level 3Asup to 100% tuition fee waiver
Monash Pharmacy Excellence Award – Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)A-Level 3Asup to 50% tuition fee waiver
Jeffrey Cheah Entrance Scholarship – All ProgramsA-Level 3AsRM 10,000/year
A-Level AABRM 5,000/year
The Chancellors Scholarship of Sunway University & Lancaster University – in the areas of Business, Computer Technology, Psychology and CommunicationA-Level 3AsFull tuition fee deduction & A 2-weeks’ study visit to Lancaster University, UK

Sunway University's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
Sunway Excellence Scholarship – BSc (Hons) in Actuarial Studies/ BSc (Hons) in Conventions & Events Management/ BSc (Hons) in Culinary Management/ BSc (Hons) in Industrial Statistics/ BSc (Hons) Financial Analysis/ BSc (Hons) Financial Economics/ BSc (Hons) in International Hospitality ManagementA-Level AAAup to 100% Tuition Fee Waiver in Year 1

University of Nottingham's Scholarship

CategoryRequired AchievementAward
Nottingham High Achievers Scholarship – All ProgramsA-Level AAA25% reduction of the tuition fee

Need help applying for a scholarship? Check this article out and you’ll be good to go: Tips on applying for a scholarship to Australia

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Top 10 Scholarships for A-Level Students to Study in Australia (2019)

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Studying abroad could cost a lot of money, especially when your parent is earning ringgit and the tuition fee and living expenses in Australia are counted in Dollar (AUD). Fortunately, Australian universities offer a range of scholarships and bursaries to aid international students. In this respect, we summarised a list of scholarships provided by reputable universities in Australia. Be aware that the scholarships listed are for A-Level students only. For an overall list, please look at: Australian scholarships offered to International students in 2019

Scholarships available in Sydney

UniversityRequired AchievementAward
Australian Institution of Music (AIM), Sydneymeet the minimum entry requirementA$5000 International Excellence Scholarship Enquire
International College of Management, Sydneymeet the minimum entry requirementA$3250 International Bursary Enquire
meet the English Language requirements and Interview is requiredUP to A$25000 ICMS International Scholarship Enquire
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)A-Level at least BBCUP to 100% International Undergraduate Full Tuition Scholarship Enquire
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)A-Level at least BBCUP to 100% International Undergraduate Full Tuition Scholarship Enquire
University of New South Wales (UNSW), SydneyA-Level at least BBAUP to A$10,000 Arts & Social Sciences UG International High Achievers Award Enquire
University of Western Sydney (UWS), SydneyAll programs except Medicine (meet the minimum entry requirement)50% of Vice-Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships Enquire
meet the minimum entry requirement$5,000 and $7,500 Western Sydney International Scholarships Enquire
Macquarie University, Sydneymeet the minimum entry requirement$10,000 Macquarie University ASEAN Scholarship Enquire
A-Level at least BBC$10,000 Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships Enquire
A-Level at least BBAUp to $1,000 Macquarie University Study Abroad Scholarship Enquire
Top Education Institute, SydneyA-Level at least BBA (Business & Law programs)$8,000 TOP’s Outstanding Achievement Award Enquire
A-Level at least BBB (Law programs)$3,000 Sydney City School of Law Award Enquire
A-Level at least BBB (Business programs)$3,000 Sydney City School of Business Award Enquire
A-Level at least BBC (Business & Law programs)$2,000 Young Achievement Enquire
A-Level at least BCC (Business & Law programs)$2,000 Dean’s Award Enquire

Scholarships available in Queensland

UniversityRequired AchievementAward
Griffith Universitymeet the min entry requirement10% International Scholarship Enquire
A-Level ABB50% Remarkable Academic Achievement Scholarship Enquire
The University of Queensland (UQ), QueenslandBased on Academic Performance$3,000 Science International Scholarships Enquire
Queensland University of Technology (QUT), QueenslandA-Level at least BBB25% Triple Crown Scholarship Enquire
Bachelor of Business (Required assessment after application)$6,000 School of Economics and Finance Honours Scholarships Scholarship Enquire
Bachelor of Business (Honours) (Accountancy) (Required assessment after application)$10,000 School of Accountancy Honours Scholarship Enquire
Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours)(Required assessment after application)$5,000 School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Honours Scholarship Enquire
Bachelor of Fine Arts OR double degree with Bachelor of Fine Arts(Required assessment after application)$10,000 QUT Excellence Scholarship (Creative Industries) Enquire

Scholarships available in Perth

UniversityRequired AchievementAward
Curtin University, Perthmeet the minimum entry requirement – for selected programs25% Meng Fei Innovative Future leader scholarship Enquire
Murdoch University, PerthA-Level at least CCB and above – for selected IT degreesUp to $20,000 Scholarship for Scientific Excellence Enquire
meet the minimum entry requirementUp to $10,000 International Welcome Scholarship (IWS) Enquire

Scholarships available in Melbourne

UniversityRequired AchievementAward
Australian Institution of Music (AIM), Melbournemeet the minimum entry requirementA$5000 International Excellence Scholarship Enquire
RMIT University, MelbourneA-Level at least CCD20% RMIT International Excellence Scholarship Enquire
A-Level at least CCD$10,000 Malaysia Australia Colombo Plan Commemoration (MACC) for Malaysian Students Enquire
Monash University, MelbourneBased on academic achievement (for Biomedical Science Degree)Up to $15,000 Biomedicine International Discovery Scholarship Enquire
A Level 3As (for Engineering Degree)$40,000 Engineering International Undergraduate Excellence Scholarship Enquire
A-Level at least BBA$5000 Engineering International Undergraduate Scholarship Enquire
Deakin University, MelbourneA-Level BBC and above100% or 50% Deakin Vice Chancellor’s International Scholarship (by Selection) Enquire
A-Level CCD and above25% Deakin International Scholarship Enquire
A-Level CCC and above20% Deakin STEM Scholarship Enquire
La Trobe University, MelbourneA-Level CCD and above15%-25% La Trobe Excellence Scholarship Enquire

Scholarships available in Tasmania

UniversityRequired AchievementAward
University of TasmaniaA-Level at least CCC25% Tasmanian International Scholarship Enquire
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Guide for Every Parent about Schools in New South Wales, Australia

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Australia has remained a popular destination for international students because of its excellent internationally recognised education, high quality of life and laid-back lifestyle. The country also provides a safe, comfortable and multicultural environment for students. Australia’s high schools are well known for its highly qualified teachers, high standard and comprehensive curriculum. High schools in Australia can be public (70%) or private (30%); these schools are all subject to stringent rules and inspections where non-discrimination and equal opportunities are highlighted. Australia’s education system aims to provide students with skills for tertiary education and in principle, Australian high school certificates are recognized and appreciated anywhere in the world. 

In Australia, school begins with six years of Primary Education (Year 1 to Year 6), followed by six years of secondary school (Year 7 to Year 12). The New South Wales (NSW) school system is Australia’s largest educational system. There are more than 200 primary schools and secondary schools. In 2013, NSW State Government began to follow the Australian National Curriculum and is making progressive changes every year. 

Assessment Method

Students who complete Years 11 and 12 with success will receive High School Certificate (HSC) which is equivalent to German Abitur or Baccalaureate, and are eligible to enter tertiary education (university of college) in Australia or anywhere else in the world. Depending on the combination of topics and results, each student’s HSC score is ranked at 1 (highest) to 25 (lowest). Most universities in Australia establish a minimum HSC score for admission to students. Achievements are evaluated through assignments, tasks, oral and written exams and practical tasks. At the end of each term, a report card describing progress in the respective subjects is issued to students. 

For more information about minimum HSC score or academic entry requirements to enter Universities in Australia, please kindly contact Excel Education. 

Speak & Live like a Local

In all Australian high schools, English is a compulsory subject. Mathematics, natural sciences and physical training are in most cases also obligatory. Some have advanced modules for ambitious students, such as mathematics. Since English is a compulsory subject, attending high school in Australia is a very efficient way for international students to improve their English level. Students will be totally immersed in the language, which means studying in class and applied what they have learnt right after class in their everyday life. Students are also going to pick up Australian slang and perhaps even Australia’s beloved accent. It’s easier to make new friends in high school and international students will have better integration with the local community which will benefits them later on when they move on to university life. 

School Terms & Holidays

The NSW school year usually begins at the end of January and is divided into 4 terms of about 10 weeks. Each term is split by holidays of about two weeks. The school year ends in December (the date depends on the school and sector) and is followed by a break of five to six weeks before the next school year starts. 

Australian schools are doing more than educating students. They prepare students for life − developing skills for communication, self-discipline and respect for themselves and their peers. They also strongly believe in the advantages of a comprehensive education–including teamwork, self-expression, and personal development outside the classroom. In Australia, students are enriched as personally as they are by a diverse learning environment and develop the skills and qualifications needed in a changing world. 

If you are thinking sending your child(ren) to study at Australia primary/ secondary school, we have a few recommendations for you. 

Top 5 high schools in Australia NSW

Name

Ranking

Region 

2019 Capacity 

2019 Intake 

Indicative Annual Fee

Northern Beaches Secondary College – Mackellar Girls Campus 

87

Northern Sydney 

Capacity in all year levels must commence Year 11 in Term 1 

Must enroll through to Year 12 

30/01/2019 – 12/04/2019

Around AUD $14000-15000 per year, for more information please contact our E2 consultants 

 
 
 
 

Epping Boys High School

89

North Western Sydney 

Capacity in all years 

30/01/2019 – 31/01/2019

Around AUD $14000-15000 per year, for more information please contact our E2 consultants

Castle Hill High School

94

North Western Sydney 

Capacity in Years 8-9,11

29/01/2019 – 31/01/2019

Around AUD $14000-15000 per year, for more information please contact our E2 consultants

Burwood Girls High School  

96

Inner Western Sydney 

Capacity in all years

30/01/2019 – 31/01/2019

Around AUD $14000-15000 per year, for more information please contact our E2 consultants

Strathfield Girls High School 

110

Inner Western Sydney 

Capacity in all year levels 

Limited home-stays available 

30/01/2019 – 31/01/2019

Around AUD $14000-15000 per year, for more information please contact our E2 consultants

Entry Requirements: 

Academic 

  • Students entering the preliminary course (year 11) must have completed year 10 or its equivalent in Australia and overseas. They must also have good passing grades in school reports in the main academic subjects and English 

  • Students enrolling in years 7 to 10 must provide evidence that they have good passing grades in the main academic courses including English. 

English

  • Enrollment in a NSW government school Intensive English Centre 

OR

  • Secondary studies conducted in English for a minimum of two years 

OR

  • Minimum IELTS (International English Language Testing System, General or Academic) score of 5.5 (year 11) or 5.0 (years 7-10) or equivalent results in another approved English language test (including TOEFL, AEAS and Eiken)

Application Process 

  1. Student submits completed application form with supporting documents to Excel Education. 

  2. Excel Education assesses the application against eligibility criteria and, if successful, confirms placement with IEC and school.

  3. Excel Education issues offer letter detailing study plan and course costs.

  4. Student and parents accept offer and return signed offer to Excel Education with payment of fees.

  5. Excel Education issues confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) and confirmation of appropriate accommodation and welfare (CAAW) form (if required).

  6. Student applies for student visa and start packing. 

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Complete the form below and we will provide you with a one-stop solution from getting a student visa to finding an accommodation. We will also email you a copy of the checklist to kick-start your studies in Australia.

Contact us to find out more:

Sydney, Australia
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IELTS or TOEFL, Which English test to take?

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Why do we need to take English Proficiency tests?

English is the official language around the globe and it’s almost certain that you are required to take an English language exam if you are not a native English speaker and intend to study abroad in an English-speaking University, migrate to an English-speaking country or work at a multinational company. Different universities required different test scores and often, for example, the English proficiency requirement is higher for medicine or law degree programs.

Most english proficiency tests are broken into four important parts of linguistics which are speaking, writing, reading and listening. The two most widely accepted English language tests are the International English Language Test System (IELTS) and the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). They are widely accepted around the world, including institutions, state agencies, professional and industrial organisations, but the two tests are different in terms of approach, structure and educational criteria.

Want to know about the English requirement for universities? Speak to Excel Education and let us assist you with that.

Read our guide below to find out which English test is the best for you to take.

What is IELTS?

The International English Language Testing System, or more commonly known as, IELTS, was founded in 1989 as a means of providing international standardized testing of the proficiency of the English language. It is managed by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment English. IELTS is now accepted by over 3000 institutions worldwide.

What is TOEFL?

The Test of English as a Foreign Language is a standardized test, first administered in 1964, to measure language proficiency in the English language. In 2005, the earlier format of Computer-based tests and paper-based tests were largely replaced by Internet-based tests however some places still prefer paper-based testing.

Difference between IELTS AND TOEFL

Although IELTS and TOEFL are quite similar in their structure and mechanics, there are quite a few differences:

  • TOEFL questions are mainly multiple choice whereas IELTS has a mixture of short-answer, fill in the blank and short essay questions
  • IELTS is 2 hours 40 mins of a duration whereas TOEFL can take up to 4 hours
  • TOEFL has one computer based exam whereas both the IELTS exams are paper based
  • TOEFL focuses on students analytical thinking especially between options whereas IELTS requires more use of memory, comprehension and question format skills
  • In the Speaking exam, for IELTS, students have a face-to-face spoken test whereas TOEFL is recorded and then reviewed by many reviewers
  • For speaking and writing, IELTS emphasizes more on the use of logic, grammar and fluency whereas TOEFL focuses more on how the speech or written essay appears as a whole
  • IELTS scoring is on a 1-9 band system whereas TOEFL is a test graded out of 120 points
TESTIELTSTOEFL
AcceptedbyAustralia, UK, US and over by 10, 000 institutions across 140 countries.Australia, UK, US and over 8, 500 institutions across 130 countries.
StructureReading, writing, listening and speaking
Mode of ExamPaper-based and in person for Speaking test100% computer-based
Type of Questionsmixture of short-answer, fill in the blank and short essay questions.mainly multiple choice
DurationUnder 3 hours4 hours
Scoring1- 90-120
Use forUniversity enrollment, migrationUniversity enrollment, migration

Here are some free sites to prep for IELTS and TOEFL.

You can take the IELTS or TOEFL test at the British Council or authorized education consultancies in your country. The IELTS costs about AUD $270 whereas TOEFL costs about AUD $250. The examination fee varies in different countries.

Did you know you can study English and immigrate abroad?

Check out this article to know more

How can Excel Education help you?

We offer free study consultation and help you with all the practicalities such as application, accommodation, scholarships, visa processing and flight arrangement if you wish to study:

  • Pathway Programs which includes Foundation Year or Diplomas
  • Undergraduate, Postgraduate or PhD degree program
  • Study and Familiarisation Tours

We can help you to search through the topic you are interested to get more insight, contact us to find out more!




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Study and Migrate to Australia (Subclass 189, 190, 489) | Updated May 2019

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If you are planning to migrate to Australia through education by enrolling yourself into tertiary institutions, you can consider studying at a regional areas such as Tasmania, Darwin, Adelaide and Townsville. Big cities like Sydney and Melbourne are getting challenging to migrate due to the competition of raising more capable applicants. For instance, The Australia government has a limited number of permanent residents can be given away on an annual basis but there are too many applicants applying for permanent residency. There is a scoring board system in place by taking age, qualification, work experience and many other factors into consideration, and whoever gets the highest score will probably get chosen first.

Skilled Visa Point Test (or scoreboard) for migration

Although the required point to submit an application for permanent residency is 60 points, but most of the applicants applying in the big cities do need at least 85 points to submit an application. If you are applying to the big city with the bare minimum points, you might not get any response at all or subsequently being rejected after several years.

CategoriesLevelsPoints
Age18 – 2425
25 – 3230
33 – 3925
40 – 4415
45 – 490
English Language RequirementIELTS 6.00 – 5 (1)
IELTS 7.010
IELTS 8.020
Relevant working experiences in a nominated occupation or a closely related occupation within the MLTSSL1 – 2 years (inshore)5
3 – 4 years (inshore)10
5 – 7 years (inshore)15
8 – 10 years (inshore)20
3 – 4 years (offshore)5
5 – 7 years (offshore)10
8 – 10 years (offshore)15
Qualifications (from Australian Universities or recognised overseas universities)Certification of skilled15
Australian Diploma10
Undergraduate Degree & Postgraduate Master (coursework)15
Postgraduate Master (research) or PhD20
Australian study requirement (2 – 3 years)5
Specialist Education qualification (eg. STEM)10
Designated language (eg. NAATI)5
Study in a regional area5
Partner skills10 (2)
Professional Year5
Sponsorship by state or territory government5
Sponsorship by state or territory government to regional Australia15
Sponsorship by close family members with PR or citizenship10
The main applicant is in single status and never married10
  1. If the dependent applicant has achieved at least 6.0 overall in IELTS (Acamidec). 5 points will be awarded.
  2. If the dependent applicant has the nominated skill matched with MLTSSL, 10 points will be awarded to the main applicant. Please note that the dependent’s skill and English points cannot be counted together, the applicant has to choose either one to be included in his application.
  3.  

Type of Visa to get your Permanent Residency status in Australia

 

Type of Visa

Description of Visa

Independent Visa (subclass 189)

The Australian Skilled – Independent Visa (subclass 189) is an Australian skilled visa for skilled workers who are not sponsored by an employer, a state or territory, or a family member. A visa holder can live and work permanently anywhere in Australia. You must score at least 60 points on the Points Test to be eligible for this visa.

Nominated Visa (subclass 190)

The Australian Skilled – Nominated Visa (subclass 190) is for skilled workers who are nominated by a state or territory. A visa holder can live and work permanently anywhere in Australia.

Sponsored (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)

The Australian Skilled – Sponsored (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) is an Australian family sponsored visa for skilled people wishing to live and work in a regional or low population growth area in Australia.

Fastest migration pathway - Business Investment Migration

If you are rich and wealthy, you can probably undergo business migration through Australian Business Investor (Provisional) Visa. This visa will allow the applicant and his/her family member to be entitled with a provisional visa with eligibility for permanent residence after establishing a business in Australia.

 

Visa Type

Australian Business Investor (Provisional) Visa.

Eligibility

The applicant must show their past-records in maintained direct involvement in managing the eligible investments, the total of which was at least A$ 1.5 million.

Minimum capital required

Must make a designated investment of AU$ 1.5million at the point of decision; and achieve A$ 2.5 million in net worth within 2 fiscal years.

Stage of application

There are two stages of progression to obtain residency. Visa holders are first granted a Business Skills (Provisional) Visa for 4 years and, after establishing the requisite level of business or maintaining their suitable investment, will be eligible to make an application stage 2for a Business Skills (Residence) Visa.

Cheapest migration pathway: Education

If the business investment visa seems too costly to afford, you can consider migrating to Australia through the education pathway. For instance, by enrolling yourself at the right course and at the right regional university at the right time. There are a number of higher education providers located in regional cities of Australia, which give you the opportunity to explore the full Australian experience’ outside the big capital cities.

Sample of regional universities student can consider applying with us

  • The University of Tasmania, Tasmania Enquire
  • The University of Adelaide, South Australia Enquire
  • University of South Australia, South Australia Enquire
  • Charles Darwin University, Darwin Enquire

And many more. Click here for the full list of regional universities in Australia.

There are some great reasons why you should consider about studying in the regional areas of Australia: lower cost of living, better integration of Australian lifestyle, specialist programs are usually available at regional area such as marine biology. Click here for more information.

Disclaimer: the content above is our research based on available information from the internet. Excel Education is not a registered migration service provider, is not affiliated with the Australian Government but is an education placement service provider based in Australia.

Since both James Cook University and the University of Adelaide fall under the regional areas, does it make any difference whether to study at either one?

This is incorrect, there are certain criteria to be met in order for the states to award international students with the extra 5 points. Different state, different law. For more accurate information, please consult with our consultant here.

Need help applying for a scholarship? Check this article out and you’ll be good to go: Tips on applying for a scholarship to Australia

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Australia Skilled Migration Occupation List (MLTSSL AND STSOL) 2019

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CategoryDescription (If you are applying for any of the below)
TSS 482 Visa (Temporary Skill Shortage Visa)
  • Medium Term List for TSS Visa
  • Short Term List TSS Visa
  • Regional Occupation List for TSS visa
189- 485- 489 Visa-Skilled Visa occupation list | Medium and Long-Term Strategic Skills list (MLTSSL)
  • Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) – Points-tested stream
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489) – Family nominated
  • Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work Stream
190 AND 489 Visa Occupations List | Combined List (MLTSSL+STSOL)
  • Skilled Nominated visa (subclass 190)
  • Skilled Regional (Provisional) visa (subclass 489)  – State or Territory nominated.
186 ENS Visa Occupations ListEmployer Nomination Scheme (subclass 186)
187 Visa Occupations List (RSMS LIST)Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme visa (subclass 187)
457 Visa Occupations List | Combined List (MLTSSL AND STSOL)Temporary Work (Skilled) visa (subclass 457)
407 Training Visa | Occupations ListTraining visa (subclass 407)

Latest MLTSSL occupations list eligible for Australian Migration (updated on 13 May 2019)

The table below shows the eligible occupations for particular visa for Australian migration. You can either find your visa type below based on your occupation or Ctrl +F and search the list below that indicates which occupations are eligible for particular visa types.

  • The acronyms used in the last column of the table are listed in the Assessing authorities.
  • There are caveats on certain occupations (indicated via asterisk(s)) which exclude the use of the occupation in certain circumstances for the subclass 186 and TSS visa programs only. A summary of Caveats on occupations is available.
  • The acronyms used in the last column of the table are listed in the Assessing authorities. The assessing authorities do not apply to the subclass 407 visa.
OccupationANZSCO CodeListVisa subclasses (streams or type)Assessing Authority
Accommodation and Hospitality Managers nec141999STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Accountant (General)221111MLTSSL186*, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
Actuary224111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Acupuncturist252211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
Advertising Manager131113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)AIM
Advertising Specialist225111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Aeronautical Engineer233911MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Aeroplane Pilot231111Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*CASA
Agricultural Consultant234111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Agricultural Engineer233912MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Agricultural Scientist234112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Agricultural Technician311111Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Airconditioning and Mechanical Services Plumber334112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Airconditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic342111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Avionics)323111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Mechanical)323112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Structures)323113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Ambulance Officer411111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Amusement Centre Manager149111Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Anaesthetic Technician311211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Anaesthetist253211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)MedBA
Analyst Programmer261311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
Animal Attendants and Trainers nec361199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Apiarist121311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Aquaculture Farmer121111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Arborist362212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Architect232111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AACA
Architectural Draftsperson312111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Architectural, Building and Surveying Technicians nec312199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Art Teacher (Private Tuition)249211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Artistic Director212111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Arts Administrator or Manager139911STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Audiologist252711MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Automotive Electrician321111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Baker351111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*TRA
Barrister271111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)A legal admissions authority of a State or Territory
Beef Cattle Farmer121312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Biochemist234513MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Biomedical Engineer233913MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Biotechnologist234514MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Boat Builder and Repairer399111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Book or Script Editor212212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Botanist234515MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Bricklayer331111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Building and Engineering Technicians nec312999Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS/Engineers Australia
Building Inspector312113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Business Machine Mechanic342311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Butcher or Smallgoods Maker351211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Cabinetmaker394111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Cabler (Data and Telecommunications)342411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Cafe or Restaurant Manager141111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Camera Operator (Film, Television or Video)399512STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Caravan Park and Camping Ground Manager141211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Cardiac Technician311212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Cardiologist253312MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Cardiothoracic Surgeon253512MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Careers Counsellor272111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Carpenter331212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Carpenter and Joiner331211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Cartographer232213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Chef351311MLTSSL186*, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Chemical Engineer233111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Chemical Plant Operator399211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Chemist234211MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Chemistry Technician311411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Chief Executive or Managing Director111111MLTSSL186*, 407, TSS (M)*AIM
Chief Information Officer135111MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)ACS
Child Care Centre Manager134111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Chiropractor252111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)CCEA
Cinema or Theatre Manager149912Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Civil Engineer233211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Civil Engineering Draftsperson312211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia/VETASSESS
Civil Engineering Technician312212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Clinical Coder599915Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Clinical Haematologist253313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Clinical Psychologist272311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APS
Commodities Trader222111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Community Arts Worker272611Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Community Worker411711STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACWA
Company Secretary221211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Complementary Health Therapists nec252299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Computer Network and Systems Engineer263111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
Conference and Event Organiser149311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Conservation Officer234311Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Conservator234911MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Construction Estimator312114Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Construction Project Manager133111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Contract Administrator511111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Cook351411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*TRA
Copywriter212411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Corporate General Manager111211MLTSSL186*, 407, TSS (M)*AIM
Corporate Services Manager132111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Cotton Grower121211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Counsellors nec272199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Crop Farmers nec121299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Customer Service Manager149212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Dairy Cattle Farmer121313STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Dance Teacher (Private Tuition)249212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Dancer or Choreographer211112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Database Administrator262111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Dental Hygienist411211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Dental Specialist252311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ADC
Dental Technician411213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Dental Therapist411214Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Dentist252312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ADC
Dermatologist253911MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Developer Programmer261312MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
Diagnostic and Interventional Radiologist253917MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Diesel Motor Mechanic321212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Dietitian251111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)DAA
Director (Film, Television, Radio or Stage)212312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Disabilities Services Officer411712STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Diversional Therapist411311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Diving Instructor (Open Water)452311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Dog Handler or Trainer361111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Drainer334113MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Dressmaker or Tailor393213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Driving Instructor451211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Drug and Alcohol Counsellor272112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Early Childhood (Pre-primary School) Teacher241111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Earth Science Technician311412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Economist224311MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Education Adviser249111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Education Managers nec134499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Educational Psychologist272312MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APS
Electrical Engineer233311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Electrical Engineering Draftsperson312311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Electrical Engineering Technician312312MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electrical Linesworker342211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Electrician (General)341111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electrician (Special Class)341112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electronic Equipment Trades Worker342313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (General)342314MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electronic Instrument Trades Worker (Special Class)342315MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Electronics Engineer233411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Emergency Medicine Specialist253912MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Emergency Service Worker441211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Endocrinologist253315MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Engineering Manager133211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia/AIM
Engineering Professionals nec233999MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Engineering Technologist233914MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Enrolled Nurse411411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ANMAC
Environmental Consultant234312MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Environmental Engineer233915MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Environmental Health Officer251311Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Environmental Manager139912MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Environmental Research Scientist234313MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Environmental Scientists nec234399MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Exercise Physiologist234915Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
External Auditor221213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
Facilities Manager149913STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Faculty Head134411MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Family and Marriage Counsellor272113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Family Support Worker411713STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Farrier322113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Fashion Designer232311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Fibrous Plasterer333211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Film and Video Editor212314STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Finance Broker222112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Finance Manager132211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
Financial Brokers nec222199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Financial Dealers nec222299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Financial Institution Branch Manager149914Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Financial Investment Adviser222311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Financial Investment Manager222312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Financial Market Dealer222211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
First Aid Trainer451815Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Fitness Centre Manager149112Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Fitter (General)323211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Fitter and Turner323212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Fitter-Welder323213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Flight Attendant451711Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Floor Finisher332111Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Florist362111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Flower Grower121212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Flying Instructor231113Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Food Technologist234212MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Footballer452411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Forester234113MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Fruit or Nut Grower121213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Funeral Workers nec451399Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Furniture Finisher394211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Gallery or Museum Curator224212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Gardener (General)362211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Gas or Petroleum Operator399212Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Gasfitter334114MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Gastroenterologist253316MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
General Practitioner253111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Geologist234411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Geophysicist234412MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Geotechnical Engineer233212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Glazier333111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Grain, Oilseed or Pasture Grower121214STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Grape Grower121215STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Graphic Designer232411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Greenkeeper362311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Gymnastics Coach or Instructor452312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Hairdresser391111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Hardware Technician313111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Health and Welfare Services Managers nec134299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Health Diagnostic and Promotion Professionals nec251999STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Health Information Manager224213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Health Promotion Officer251911STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Helicopter Pilot231114Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*CASA
Horse Breeder121316Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Horse Riding Coach or Instructor452313STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Horse Trainer361112MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)TRA
Hospital Pharmacist251511STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)APharmC
Hotel or Motel Manager141311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Human Resource Adviser223111Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Human Resource Manager132311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)AIM
Hydrogeologist234413MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
ICT Account Manager225211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
ICT Business Analyst261111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
ICT Business Development Manager225212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
ICT Customer Support Officer313112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
ICT Managers nec135199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Project Manager135112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Quality Assurance Engineer263211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Sales Representative225213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
ICT Security Specialist262112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
ICT Support and Test Engineers nec263299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Support Engineer263212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Support Technicians nec313199STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
ICT Systems Test Engineer263213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
ICT Trainer223211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Illustrator232412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Industrial Designer232312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Industrial Engineer233511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Industrial Pharmacist251512STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Information and Organisation Professionals nec224999STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Insurance Agent611211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Insurance Broker222113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Insurance Loss Adjuster599612STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Intellectual Property Lawyer271214Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Intensive Care Ambulance Paramedic411112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Intensive Care Specialist253317MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Interior Designer232511STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Internal Auditor221214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Interpreter272412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)NAATI
Jeweller399411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Jewellery Designer232313STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Jockey452413Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Joiner331213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Journalists and Other Writers nec212499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Judicial and Other Legal Professionals nec271299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Laboratory Manager139913STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Land Economist224511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Landscape Architect232112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Landscape Gardener362213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Liaison Officer224912Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Librarian224611STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Library Technician399312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Life Science Technician311413STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Life Scientist (General)234511MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Life Scientists nec234599MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Lift Mechanic341113MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Livestock Farmers nec121399STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Locksmith323313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Maintenance Planner312911Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Make Up Artist399514STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Management Accountant221112MLTSSL186*, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
Management Consultant224711MLTSSL186*, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Manufacturer133411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Marine Biologist234516MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Market Research Analyst225112Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Marketing Specialist225113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Massage Therapist411611STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Materials Engineer233112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Mathematician224112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Meat Inspector311312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Mechanical Engineer233512MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Mechanical Engineering Draftsperson312511Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*Engineers Australia
Mechanical Engineering Technician312512STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*TRA
Medical Administrator134211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Medical Diagnostic Radiographer251211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ASMIRT
Medical Laboratory Scientist234611MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AIMS
Medical Laboratory Technician311213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)AIMS
Medical Oncologist253314MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Medical Practitioners nec253999MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Medical Radiation Therapist251212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ASMIRT
Medical Technicians nec311299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Metal Fabricator322311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Metal Fitters and Machinists nec323299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Metal Machinist (First Class)323214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Metallurgical or Materials Technician312912STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Metallurgist234912MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Meteorologist234913MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Microbiologist234517MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Middle School Teacher241311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)AITSL
Midwife254111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Mine Deputy312913STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum)233611MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Minister of Religion272211STSOL407VETASSESS
Mixed Crop and Livestock Farmer121411STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Mixed Crop Farmer121216STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Mixed Livestock Farmer121317STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Motor Mechanic (General)321211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Motorcycle Mechanic321213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Multimedia Designer232413Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Multimedia Specialist261211MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)ACS
Music Director211212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Music Professionals nec211299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Music Teacher (Private Tuition)249214STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Musician (Instrumental)211213MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Natural and Physical Science Professionals nec234999MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Naturopath252213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Naval Architect233916MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Network Administrator263112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Network Analyst263113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Neurologist253318MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Neurosurgeon253513MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Newspaper or Periodical Editor212412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Nuclear Medicine Technologist251213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANZSNM
Nurse Educator254211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ANMAC
Nurse Manager254311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ANMAC
Nurse Practitioner254411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Nurse Researcher254212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ANMAC
Nurseryperson362411Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Nursing Clinical Director134212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Nutritionist251112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist253913MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Occupational Health and Safety Adviser251312STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Occupational Therapist252411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)OTC
Operating Theatre Technician311214Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Ophthalmologist253914MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Optometrist251411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)OCANZ
Organisation and Methods Analyst224712STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Organisational Psychologist272313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APS
Orthopaedic Surgeon253514MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Orthoptist251412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Orthotist or Prosthetist251912MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AOPA
Osteopath252112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AOAC
Other Spatial Scientist232214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Other Sports Coach or Instructor452317STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Otorhinolaryngologist253515MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Paediatric Surgeon253516MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Paediatrician253321MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Painting Trades Worker332211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Panelbeater324111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Pastrycook351112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*TRA
Patents Examiner224914STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Pathologist253915MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Pathology Collector311216Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*AIMS
Performing Arts Technicians nec399599STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Petroleum Engineer233612MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Pharmacy Technician311215STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Photographer211311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Physicist ^234914MLTSSLSee noteVETASSESS (non-medical physicist) / ACPSEM (medical physicists)
Physiotherapist252511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APC
Pig Farmer121318STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon253517MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Plumber (General)334111MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Podiatrist252611MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APodA/ANZPAC
Policy Analyst224412Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Policy and Planning Manager132411Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Post Office Manager142115Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Poultry Farmer121321STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Power Generation Plant Operator399213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Precision Instrument Maker and Repairer323314STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Pressure Welder322312MLTSSL189 (PT), 407, 485 (GW), 489 (F)TRA
Primary Health Organisation Manager134213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Primary Products Inspectors nec311399STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Primary School Teacher241213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)AITSL
Print Finisher392111STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Print Journalist212413STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Printing Machinist392311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Private Tutors and Teachers nec249299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Procurement Manager133612Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*AIM
Production Manager (Forestry)133511STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Production Manager (Manufacturing)133512STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Production Manager (Mining)133513STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Production or Plant Engineer233513MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Program Director (Television or Radio)212315STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Program or Project Administrator511112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Project Builder133112Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Property Manager612112Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Psychiatrist253411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Psychologists nec272399MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)APS
Psychotherapist272314STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Public Relations Manager131114Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*AIM
Public Relations Professional225311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Quality Assurance Manager139914STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Quantity Surveyor233213MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AIQS
Radiation Oncologist253918MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Radiocommunications Technician313211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Real Estate Representative612115Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Records Manager224214STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Recreation Officer272612STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Recruitment Consultant223112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Regional Education Manager134412Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Registered Nurse (Aged Care)254412MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Child and Family Health)254413MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Community Health)254414MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Critical Care and Emergency)254415MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Developmental Disability)254416MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Disability and Rehabilitation)254417MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Medical Practice)254421MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Medical)254418MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Mental Health)254422MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Paediatrics)254425MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Perioperative)254423MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurse (Surgical)254424MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Registered Nurses nec254499MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ANMAC
Rehabilitation Counsellor272114STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Renal Medicine Specialist253322MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Research and Development Manager132511STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Resident Medical Officer253112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)MedBA
Residential Care Officer411715STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Retail Buyer639211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Retail Pharmacist251513STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)APharmC
Rheumatologist253323MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Roof Plumber334115MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Roof Tiler333311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Safety Inspector312611Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Sales and Marketing Manager131112STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*AIM
School Principal134311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Science Technicians nec311499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Secondary School Teacher241411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Sheep Farmer121322STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Sheetmetal Trades Worker322211MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Ship’s Master231213Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*AMSA
Shipwright399112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Signwriter399611STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Small Engine Mechanic321214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Snowsport Instructor452314STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Social Professionals nec272499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Social Worker272511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AASW
Software and Applications Programmers nec261399MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)ACS
Software Engineer261313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
Software Tester261314STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Solicitor271311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)A legal admissions authority of a State or Territory
Solid Plasterer333212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Sonographer251214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ASMIRT
Sound Technician399516STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Special Education Teachers nec241599MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Special Needs Teacher241511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Specialist Managers nec139999STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Specialist Physician (General Medicine)253311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Specialist Physicians nec253399MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Speech Pathologist252712MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)SPA
Sports Administrator139915Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Sports Centre Manager149113Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Sports Development Officer452321STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Sportspersons nec452499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Stage Manager212316STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Statistician224113MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Stockbroking Dealer222213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Stonemason331112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Structural Engineer233214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Student Counsellor272115STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Sugar Cane Grower121217STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Supply and Distribution Manager133611STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*AIM
Surgeon (General)253511MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Surveying or Spatial Science Technician312116Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Surveyor232212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)SSSI
Swimming Coach or Instructor452315STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Systems Administrator262113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Systems Analyst261112MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACS
Taxation Accountant221113MLTSSL186*, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*CAANZ/CPAA/IPA
Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages249311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Teacher of the Hearing Impaired241512MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Teacher of the Sight Impaired241513MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AITSL
Technical Cable Jointer342212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Technical Director212317STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Technical Sales Representatives nec225499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Technical Writer212415STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Telecommunications Engineer263311MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Field Engineer313212MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Linesworker342413STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Telecommunications Network Engineer263312MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Network Planner313213MLTSSL189 (PT), 407, 485 (GW), 489 (F)Engineers Australia
Telecommunications Technical Officer or Technologist313214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
Television Journalist212416STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Tennis Coach452316STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Textile, Clothing and Footwear Mechanic323215STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Thoracic Medicine Specialist253324MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Toolmaker323412STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner252214STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)Chinese Medicine Board of Australia
Translator272413Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*NAATI
Transport Company Manager149413STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Transport Engineer233215MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)Engineers Australia
University Lecturer242111MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS
Upholsterer393311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Urban and Regional Planner232611STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Urologist253518MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Valuer224512MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)VETASSESS
Vascular Surgeon253521MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)MedBA
Vegetable Grower121221STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)*VETASSESS
Vehicle Body Builder324211STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Vehicle Painter324311Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*TRA
Vehicle Trimmer324212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Veterinarian234711MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)AVBC
Veterinary Nurse361311STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Video Producer212318STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Visual Arts and Crafts Professionals nec211499STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Vocational Education Teacher242211Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Wall and Floor Tiler333411MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Watch and Clock Maker and Repairer323316STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Web Administrator313113STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Web Designer232414STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)VETASSESS
Web Developer261212STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACS
Welder (First Class)322313MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)TRA
Welfare Centre Manager134214MLTSSL186, 189 (PT), 190, 407, 485 (GW),489 (F), 489 (S/T), TSS (M)ACWA
Welfare Worker272613STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACWA
Wine Maker234213Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Wood Machinist394213STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Wood Machinists and Other Wood Trades Workers nec394299STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)TRA
Workplace Relations Adviser223113Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Youth Worker411716STSOL190, 407, 489 (S/T), TSS (S)ACWA
Zookeeper361114Regional407, 489 (S/T), TSS (M)*VETASSESS
Zoologist234518MLTSSL186, 407, TSS (M)VETASSESS

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List of Regional Universities in Australia 2019

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Regional cities of Australia

Study in the regional area of Australia is becoming hot topics in recent years due to the lower cost of living and migration benefits. 

Students who could not meet the minimum 60 point test to submit their permanent residence application (whether it’s 189 or 190) is advisable to spend some years in the regional area. Some choose to enrol themselves into a regional university or some might choose to work.  

Certain cities in Australia have been categorised as regional due to the areas are generally less developed compared to other big cities like Melbourne or Sydney. Cities such as Adelaide, Tasmania, Darwin, and Townsville and many other well-known cities are fall in the regional category.

Method of categorisation of regional areas of Australia

Below here is the categorisation method of the regional area according to the immigration department of Australia.

State / Territory

Skills Regional (Provisional) (489),

Skilled Nominated (190) and Skilled Independent (189)

New South Wales (NSW)

All except Sydney, Newcastle, the Central Coast and Wollongong

Victoria

All except Melbourne

Queensland

All except  the greater Brisbane area and the Gold Coast

Western Australia

All except Perth and surrounding areas

South Australia

All

Tasmania

All

Northern Territory

All

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

Not eligible

List of regional universities in Australia

For the purposes of General Skilled Migration, students may be able to claim points for the ‘Regional Australia’ part of the points test if they have lived in one or more of these areas and have studied full time at a campus located in regional Australia or a low population growth metropolitan area for at least 2 years prior to lodging their migration application or applying for state sponsorship.

Popular Regional Australian universities:

  1. Charles Darwin University (CDU) Course Checking
  2. University of Tasmania (UTAS) Course Checking
  3. Edith Cowan University Course Checking
  4. Murdoch University Course Checking
  5. Southern Cross University (SCU) Course Checking
  6. University of Adelaide Course Checking
  7. James Cook University (JCU) Course Checking
  8. University of Southern Queensland Course Checking
  9. University of South Australia (UNISA) Course Checking
  10. University of New England Course Checking

Specialism program to study at regional university

There are some special programs available at the following universities that are not commonly available anywhere else.

 

University

Program

University of Tasmania

Marine and Antarctic Science, Music

James Cook University

Environmental Sciences, Linguistics, Internet of things sponsored by Huawei, Geology, Marine Science

University of Adelaide

Aerospace Engineering, Criminology, Space Science & Astrophysics

Edith Cowan University

Technology, Cybersecurity

Murdoch University

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Choosing the right course at the right university

It is important to choose the right course to study that can lead to migration, we have an article for the latest MLTSSL occupation list (Click here to learn more) that assist you to choose the right program to study in Australia. For instance, since both James Cook University and University of Adelaide fall under the regional university, does it make any difference whether to study at either one? This is incorrect, there are certain criteria to be met in order for the states to award international students with the additional 5 points. Different state, different law. For more accurate information, please consult with our consultant here.

Disclaimer: the content above is our research based on available information from the internet. Excel Education is not a registered migration service provider, is not affiliated with the Australian Government but is an education placement service provider based in Australia.

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Five Benefits of Studying at Regional University in Australia

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Study at a designated regional university for the extra migration benefits have been a most discussed topic in recent years. Some criticisms we consistently hear from international students are the shopping district usually close as early as 4 pm, and there is not much activity available on the day to day basis. The fun part is the wildlife such as Kangaroo or Koala can be easily spotted within the residential or university areas sometimes.

Below here are the five benefits of studying at a regional university

if you are looking for the list of regional universities in Australia, you can visit this article, ‘List of regional universities in Australia 2019‘.

1. Affordable cost of living

Lower cost of living if you compared it to the big city such as Sydney or Melbourne. Research has been conducted by us by collecting the information from the internet and interviewing our students living in different regions. Base on our finding, we found that student can live comfortably in a luxury apartment in Townville by paying as low as AUD 1000 per month. While in Sydney, students need about AUD 2000 – 2500 per month to survive in the city within a cramped environment.

CitiesThe estimated cost of living in AUD
Sydney2000 – 2500
Adelaide1500 – 1700
Hobart, Tasmania1500 – 1700
Perth1200 – 1500
Darwin1200 – 1500
Townville800 – 1200
Cairns800 – 1200

2. Better integration with the Australian culture

Some students might find that the student population in regional universities are smaller compared to the university in the big cities, which means that there is a close community integration where students can easily meet and get to know each other around. Check out the population of Townsville where it houses one of the most prominent Universities of Australia – James Cook University.

3. Migration Opportunities

Chances of gaining extra points towards Permanent Residency – If you are thinking about applying for permanent residency in Australia once your studies are over, studying in a designated regional area will give you an absolute advantage. Study in a regional area will entitle five extra points in the application for Australian permanent residency.

4. Relaxing Lifestyle with City Facilities

If you can work-around on the regional culture whereby most shops or restaurants that close as early as 4 pm in the evening, for instance, by doing your shopping early. Regional areas provide a vacation lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Consider being able to go for a short swim at the beach or fishing in the lake during your spare time between classes. Many regional areas are very well developed with most of the basic facilities, such as clinic or bistro to what you would find in the capital cities. One of the main differences is that these regional areas are more relaxed, and you will feel as if you are part of a community because everyone probably knows each other.

5. Peaceful Academic Atmosphere

Most regional universities are famous for the beauty of its natural environment. From tropical rainforests to white sandy beaches, rolling hills, red deserts and the iconic ‘bush’, Australia really does have it all. Regional universities are the best places to experience Australia’s natural environment.

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for more information on the program choice, chat with us online here. If our chat team is unable to respond to your enquiry on time, fill up our enquiry form here.



Contact us to find out more
International Student enquiries:
Phone: +6018-241-4802
Email: info.my@exceleducation.com.au

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Michelle Phan

Michelle is a freelance content writer graduated from Curtin University with a degree in Communication (Commercial writing). Michelle loves to travel and enjoys walking by the beach. Michelle also feeds on psychology quotes and will give away just about anything to cuddle with furry felines.

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