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definition of "a minor in IT"?

Old Jun 20th 2002, 5:10 pm
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It is really nice to find this forum! Perhaps the answer I need is here
I stayed at the ACS webside for three hours this afternoon and I can't find any answers about the definition of "a minor in IT" from there.
I have been working as a software engineer for 6 years(long enough?),but I only hold a bachelor degree of management science,and there are about 40 sujects in the transcript,only 6 of them are in the area of IT.
Now is it possible for me to apply for the group B? or RPL ?
I was told by an migration agent that the minimium percentage of
IT sujects need to reach 20% to meet the requairment of "a minor in IT",and the it is too high for me.Does that mean migrating to OZ is only a dream for me?
Any advice will be greatly appriciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old Jun 21st 2002, 10:20 am
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Love to help! BUT!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Paul O'Brien [email protected] "dragon" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    > It is really nice to find this forum! Perhaps the answer I need is here I stayed
    > at the ACS webside for three hours this afternoon and I can't find any answers
    > about the definition of "a minor in IT" from there. I have been working as a
    > software engineer for 6 years(long enough?),but I only hold a bachelor degree of
    > management science,and there are about 40 sujects in the transcript,only 6 of them
    > are in the area of IT. Now is it possible for me to apply for the group B? or RPL ?
    > I was told by an migration agent that the minimium percentage of IT sujects need to
    > reach 20% to meet the requairment of "a minor in IT",and the it is too high for
    > me.Does that mean migrating to OZ is only a dream for me? Any advice will be
    > greatly appriciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    >
    >
    >
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Old Jun 22nd 2002, 5:20 am
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Jean Weber
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Default Re: definition of "a minor in IT"?

You might find more knowledgeable people on immigration issues on the newsgroup
misc.immigration.australia+nz.

Jean Avalook at Australia travel site http://www.avalook.com.au/

On 20 Jun 2002 17:20:25 GMT, dragon <[email protected]> wrote:

    >It is really nice to find this forum! Perhaps the answer I need is here I stayed
    >at the ACS webside for three hours this afternoon and I can't find any answers about
    >the definition of "a minor in IT" from there. I have been working as a software
    >engineer for 6 years(long enough?),but I only hold a bachelor degree of management
    >science,and there are about 40 sujects in the transcript,only 6 of them are in the
    >area of IT. Now is it possible for me to apply for the group B? or RPL ? I was told
    >by an migration agent that the minimium percentage of IT sujects need to reach 20%
    >to meet the requairment of "a minor in IT",and the it is too high for me.Does that
    >mean migrating to OZ is only a dream for me? Any advice will be greatly
    >appriciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    >
    >--
    >Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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