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Old 8th March 2020, 12:00 PM
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Hi All,

Good day! I need some clarification on claiming bonus points for long term Skill shortage. I have Bachelor of Engineering degree(Computer Science) and Master of Technology degree(Software Engineering). Currently, I have applied for my IQA with Masters degree alone. I hope so i get Level 9. Haven't applied for Bachelors degree. My occupation falls under Software Engineer which falls under LTSSL.

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1. with this Masters degree can i claim bonus points also for LTSSL? In some forum i read that with Masters degree we can't claim bonus points. Please help to clarify on this. Is it i can claim bonus points or not.
2. If LTSSL bonus points can't claim with Masters degree, is it i need to do IQA separately for bachelors also apart from Masters degree. In that case i can get full education points for Masters degree (Level 9) + bonus points for LTSSL with bachelors degree.

Can someone help to clarify on this. Thanks.

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Yes. Please get both your BE and Masters assessed by IQA. You can get both assessed under the same application. The fees shall remain the same. You can claim LTSSL points only based on your bachelors assessment.

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Hi gopgirish,

Thanks for your prompt response.

I already applied IQA couple of days back. In that online application, it didn't have any option to add on multiple education details. So i entered Masters degree details and while attaching the documents it mentioned to provide
"Any underpinning qualification (e.g. if you are submitting a Masterís degree, you would upload your Bachelorís degree that led to your Masterís degree as a supporting document), including translations into English if applicable."

So i attached the BE documents within that. Is it enough or is there a way to upload my Bachelors degree education details again separately within same application. Thanks.

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Yes. Please get both your BE and Masters assessed by IQA. You can get both assessed under the same application. The fees shall remain the same. You can claim LTSSL points only based on your bachelors assessment.
Dear gopgirish,
I am about to get my both BSc and MSc assessed. I am in process of finalizing the application at NZQA. But I am unable to get how do get both assessed under the same application. Can you help?

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Just saw this on their website:

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Our products and services changed on 10 February 2020. If you submitted an application before this date, please click here for information on your application.

They have changed the method and pricing. They have made it marginally more expensive now. They are now assessing only 1 qualification per application.

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Hi gopgirish,

Thanks for your response. Will ping if any further clarification needed.

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Dear gopgirish,
What do they mean by syllabus (in document upload section) against transcript for shortage skill assessment?

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Just saw this on their website:

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Our products and services changed on 10 February 2020. If you submitted an application before this date, please click here for information on your application.

They have changed the method and pricing. They have made it marginally more expensive now. They are now assessing only 1 qualification per application.

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