ACS Assessment

Old May 26th 2002, 6:25 pm
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Hi there,

Could anyone tell me whether I would be approved by the ACS for immigration.

I have more than 4 years of IT experience, have an advanced diploma in Computer Science plus an MCSD

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Old May 26th 2002, 8:59 pm
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Hi do yoou mean by an advanced diploma a HND (Higher National Diploma). If so with more than 4 years in IT (proven of course) tou would be OK. I applied with HND and 5 years. NO worries.

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Hi hsvirk

If you can get ordinary membership of BCS, ACS, or NZCS, you will get a positive ACS assessment. Of course, there are additional expenses in getting any of these professional membership.

On another note, I've read in some places that an MCSD/E is treated as equivalent to an Australian diploma, and thus is categorized in Group B. Then your 4 years of IT experience can be used to qualify you as suitable for migration by ACS.

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Hi Peter,

Yes, the MCSD is equivalent to a diploma; if you get membership of those Computing
organisations that membership date becomes your date of effect, so it would be better
to go with the MCSD and the four years.

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ptlabs wrote in message <[email protected]>...
    >Hi hsvirk
    >
    >If you can get ordinary membership of BCS, ACS, or NZCS, you will get a positive ACS
    >assessment. Of course, there are additional expenses in getting any of these
    >professional membership.
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    >On another note, I've read in some places that an MCSD/E is treated as equivalent to
    >an Australian diploma, and thus is categorized in Group B. Then your 4 years of IT
    >experience can be used to qualify you as suitable for migration by ACS.
    >
    >cheers, peter
    >
    >
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Old May 27th 2002, 4:39 pm
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Thanks a lot for the information guys, I am going ahead with ACS !!
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Good luck!
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