Take your I.T career to the new level with a professional year program enrolment with Ozlinks Education Career Services!
INDUSTRY: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the professional body of the Professional Year Program, which aim to give international ICT graduates from Australian University the practical job skills and training needed to enhance their career prospects, a practical pathway from university to employment in Australia.
The Professional Year is a 44 weeks program, which includes a 32-week theoretical knowledge and communication skills training and a 12-week full-time internship opportunity for graduate to gain a real work experience with an Australian employer.
Some of the skills and knowledge you will gain in the 32-week coursework:
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Personal branding and building an effective LinkedIn profile
- Interview techniques and skills
- knowledge of Australian business culture
- Project management skills
- Leadership skills
- Communication skills
- Teamwork skills
Once you successfully complete the coursework component, you will have the opportunity to apply these skills in the 12-week full-time internship replacement.
The program initiated by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), successful completion of this program may provide the Professional Year Graduate with award five (5) points under an eligible skilled occupation for migration, which may help you score points test, boost your chance of permanent residency application, as specified by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA).
We have partnered with many Professional Year Program Accredit Providers in Australia who has offer scholarships to the eligible candidates on Professional Year Program Enrolment, please Contact Us one of our dedicate Professional Year Program specialize will provide options that best suit your preference.
44 WEEKS PROGRAM
(PART-TIME: 1 OR 2 DAYS/WEEK)
Australian work practices
(PARTIME/FULLTIME: 240 HOURS)
Profesional internship placement
Frequently Asked Questions
To qualify for the Professional Year programs you must have undertaken study in Australia and graduated from an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program. In addition, you need to satisfy each of the requirements below.
Study & qualifications
Applicants must have graduated from a course that appropriately matches the Professional Year program to which you want to apply; have completed a Higher Education program in Australia, in a course that provides two years credit points over a minimum of 18 months.
Hold a valid Visa
Applicants must hold, or have applied for the subclass 485 Temporary Graduate Visa and the visa 485 holder must have a valid visa for the duration of the Professional Year Program period.
Hold a positive Skill Assessment
Applicant must have a successful skill assessment out come from their relevant Assessing Bodies as such ACS, EEA, CPA, IPA and ICAA.
Applicant must have a valid English test with a minimum overall IELTS test score of 6.0 and with a minimum of 6 score in each band to be eligible to enroll for a Professional Year Program.
It is depend on which of the professional year program and a program-accredited provider you want to take. We have collaborated with many Professional Year Program Accredit Providers who has offer scholarships to the eligible candidates on Professional Year Program Enrolment, please Contact Us for more details.
Depend on which of the professional year program and a program-accredited provider you want to take, program fees course start dates, fees structure, internship placements will provide by accredited provider. We have collaborated with many Professional Year Program Accredit Providers who has offer scholarships to the eligible candidates on Professional Year Program Enrolment, please Contact Us for more details.
No, successful completion of the Professional Year program does not guarantee you a permanent resident in Australia, however it will award five (5) points under an eligible skilled occupation for migration which may help you score points test boost your chance of permanent residency application, as specified by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA).