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My ICT skills have been assessed as unsuitable for migration under ANZSCO Code 261313 (Software Engineer).

Your Bachelor Degree has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Bachelor Degree with insufficient computing content and therefore does not meet the requirements of the ACS as stated in the policy manual.

ACS calculated 5 years of experience.
My Bachelor Degree is Mathematics and Computer Science.

Are there any course I can take to fulfill the requirements?

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Hi

My ICT skills have been assessed as unsuitable for migration under ANZSCO Code 261313 (Software Engineer).

Your Bachelor Degree has been assessed as comparable to an AQF Bachelor Degree with insufficient computing content and therefore does not meet the requirements of the ACS as stated in the policy manual.

ACS calculated 5 years of experience.
My Bachelor Degree is Mathematics and Computer Science.

Are there any course I can take to fulfill the requirements?

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How many years course and which university?
Your experience is as software engineer ?

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not sure I understood your question. I got BS in Mathematics and Computer Science (3y)
To be honest there were split like 70% of math and 30% computing content so it makes sense it's insufficient.
My university is umcs Poland EU

Aside from that I was wondering if I should take any master CS degree eg in form of e-learning or so? Dunno.

Another option I can see is to collect 6 or 8 years of experience as Software Engineer and try once again.

Your experience is as software engineer ?
yes

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not sure I understood your question. I got BS in Mathematics and Computer Science (3y)
To be honest there were split like 70% of math and 30% computing content so it makes sense it's insufficient.
My university is umcs Poland EU

Aside from that I was wondering if I should take any master CS degree eg in form of e-learning or so? Dunno.

Another option I can see is to collect 6 or 8 years of experience as Software Engineer and try once again.

Your experience is as software engineer ?
yes
You can do a masters in computer science or information technology
But I doubt a distance learning course would be eligible for points
You can try Canada in case they are more lenient

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