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  1. faez almutairi   |  Friday, 08 February 2013 at 3:29 am

    My visa been canceled while I’m oversees. Before leaving the country the university (ACU), nursing and Melbourne Immigration department are fully aware about the reason and next plan. Now I have to complete my career at RMIT as I have the COE.
    I applied for online for new visa on 23.1.12013.
    No nay response yet

    Could I know the period that will get the visa?
    Regards faez

  2. Impian   |  Monday, 30 September 2013 at 10:32 am

    Good post right here. One thing I would like to say is the fact most professional areas cdnisoer the Bachelors Degree like thejust like the entry level requirement for an online course. Whilst Associate Certification are a great way to start out, completing your current Bachelors uncovers many entrances to various employment opportunities, there are numerous on-line Bachelor Course Programs available via institutions like The University of Phoenix, Intercontinental University Online and Kaplan. Another issue is that many brick and mortar institutions offer you Online editions of their qualifications but normally for a extensively higher payment than the providers that specialize in online education plans.

  3. AZER   |  Sunday, 09 November 2014 at 8:40 am

    Dear Sir

    good day

    from Qatar

    I have finished my BTECH HND in quantity surveying provided by EDEXEL. And also I am currently working here in Qatar for more than 8 years as a Quantity Surveyor. I want to continue and finish my degree in a recognized university in Australia. So I am kindly requesting you to advise me regarding this.

    Send me the details of your university and course fees , if you’re getting student visa from them , if its so how it be process. Those are the details I am expecting from you.

    Thanks

    Ashar

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