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Hi,

I want to apply for Australian Immigration. My question is as follow:

My Degree is in BS Telecom Engineering and my professional experience is in IT Industry.

When i checked the SOL, I lie in "Analyst Programmer" i.e, ACS.

Now through which accessing body should I apply as Degree is in Engineering (Telecom) and professional Experience (IT)

I have heard that if I apply through ACS, they will deduct 2 years form my experience.

Anyone who knows about this scenario. Will highly appreciate

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Bilal Aziz
 

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2 years deduction is the best case when subjects you studied during BS Telecom Engineering closely match with those required for 261311. Ref. the ANZSCO-Descriptions.pdf

Most likely (can't say for sure as I don't know the subjects you studied), ACS themselves will assess your Telecom degree as being ICT Major or Minor at a certain AQF level, and in this case you do not have to get the degree assessed separately from anywhere else. If they cannot (citing that your degree is non-ICT), you will be asked to convert your application to RPL type, will be asked to submit the RPL report and additional A$ 50. RPL requires 6 years of experience though. In this case when ACS does not assess the qualification, you will have to approach VETASSESS for the same. Check VETASSESS 'Points Test Advice' on their website.
 

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Thankyou for the detailed answer.
I have studied 9 courses related to Computer Science. They are as follow:

Fundamentals of Computing
Introduction to Program Design
Introduction to Program Design (Lab)
Computer Programming
Computer Programming (Lab)
Operating System
Operating System (Lab)
Computer Archetecture
Data Structures
Data Communication & Networks
Computer Networks
Computer Networks (Lab)
Next Generation Networks
 

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Thankyou for the detailed answer.
I have studied 9 courses related to Computer Science. They are as follow:

Fundamentals of Computing
Introduction to Program Design
Introduction to Program Design (Lab)
Computer Programming
Computer Programming (Lab)
Operating System
Operating System (Lab)
Computer Archetecture
Data Structures
Data Communication & Networks
Computer Networks
Computer Networks (Lab)
Next Generation Networks
and what percentage of the total number of subjects are these?
 
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