Introduction to Course
Accountancy courses always make their way in skilled occupation list in Australia. The requirement of management accountants, taxation accountants and general accountants in Australian industries make it one of the most popular course in Australia among international students. Corporate Treasurer and External Auditor are some of the roles that accountancy students pursue on after their graduation. The course is often accredited byÂ CPA.
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Professional Year in Accounting
To enhance the students theoretical knowledge into practical aspect, many students go forÂ Professional Year ProgramÂ in Accounting every year. They can haveÂ 485 Graduate visaÂ for pursuingÂ Professional Year.
Professional Year in Accounting or The Skilled Migration Internship Program: Accounting (SMIPA) is a 44 weeks program with 12 weeks of program industry placement. After completion of Professional Year applicants are awarded 5 points for their Permanent Residency application.
Find more information about Professional Year Program in Accounting here.
Eligibility for Visa Application
- Must have a valid passport
- Must have English Proficiency Test taken.
- Offer letter and COE from respective college/university
- Evidence of OSHC
- Evidence of sufficient finance.
- Documents ready as required by Immigration and Border Protection
- Adviser in mergers and acquisitions
- Financial planner
- Investment adviser
- Market analyst
- Treasury banker
- tax consultant.