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You care, we take care of you!

Your Australian dreams aren’t over yet. Are you a professional nurse and planning to migrate to Australia?

Reach us, and we will help you with the process.  

Your possible workplaces as a Nurse in Australia



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Average Annual Salary Range of a Nurse in Australia

It is not only the perks of becoming a Permanent Resident, but also you may enjoy the leisure of life because of its very competitive salary.

Are you already registered with AHPRA?

Nurses who are registered in Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) are eligible to practice (work) in Australia, provided they hold an Australian visa with work rights.


The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is the organisation responsible for the implementation of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme across Australia.

It’s like Professional Regulation and Commission in the Philippines!

We may now proceed to General Skilled Migration application.


You must take either of the two (2) programs designed to provide knowledge and skills to satisfy the Australian requirements for nurses and midwifery.

Outcomes-Based Assessment

New assessment model for internationally qualified nurses.


In March 2020, the NMBA transitioned to an outcomes-based assessment (OBA) for internationally qualified nurses and midwives (IQNMs) who hold a qualification that is relevant but not substantially equivalent or based on similar competencies to an Australian approved qualification (and who meet the mandatory registration standards). This replaced the need for new referrals to NMBA-approved bridging programs.


If you hold a valid referral to an approved bridging program. Bridging programs are expected to continue into 2021 for IQNMs who hold a referral to bridging. A referral to bridging does not guarantee a place in a program.


IQNMs who hold a current referral to a bridging program may request a referral to the OBA instead.


This course is a bachelor degree for individuals who completed a Nursing degree overseas designed to build on the professional knowledge and experience of registered nurses; through study of research, evidence informed practice and the biological and behavioural sciences underlying nursing.

Before that,

Things to consider before migrating to Australia as Registered Nurse

English Proficiency Result

IELTS no lower than 7.0 on each band or higher (or equivalent English test)

Educational Qualifications

Bachelor Degree or higher

Relevant Skilled Employment

To get employment point minimum 3 years outside Australia and 1 year in Australia

Fitness to Practice

No ongoing or past disciplinary action

Studying in Australia to be a
Registered Nurse.

During your study, you can work up to 40 hours per fortnight, and unlimited hours while your course is not in session. 


The minimum wage in Australia is $19.49 per hour or more depends on the industry.

Interested on becoming
a Nurse in Australia?

Don’t waste your time, contact us now!