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Old Sep 13th 2020, 4:34 pm
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I’m going out to Australia with my level 4 apprenticeship in fabrication and welding and a HND in Mechanical Engineering, what would be the process in getting my HND converted to a graduate certificate?

will it be a full skills assessment, or will it just be a fee to pay and they will transfer it to the Australian equivalent?

Would a graduate certificate in Australia be entry requirement for an honours degree still. Or does it work completely different?

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Old Sep 14th 2020, 6:05 am
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I would speak to a agent about that as it is complex
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From What I remember an HND in Mechanical Engineering is equivalent to an advanced certificate in Engineering here in Oz. HNC would be a certificate in Engineering. What degree are you looking at doing?
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From What I remember an HND in Mechanical Engineering is equivalent to an advanced certificate in Engineering here in Oz. HNC would be a certificate in Engineering. What degree are you looking at doing?
I had my HNC assessed as Diploma level. The migrant services team in Adelaide at the time were able to do it if it was on the guidelines. HND is equivalent to advanced diploma.

Oh, and just finishing up an honours degree after 4 1/2 years of study alongside full time working

Where are you headed OP?
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