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Sushil Sukhwani is the founding director of the overseas education consultant firm, Edwise International. He has 31 years of experience in counselling students who have opted to study abroad in various countries, including the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. He is part of the board of directors at the American International Recruitment Council and an honorary committee member of the Australian Alumni Association. Sukhwani is an MBA graduate from Bond University, Australia. ... more
Shailendra Question by Shailendra on Apr 12, 2024Hindi
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I m 37yr old married and only earning person of my family, mba graduate & working with a mnc in Medical device industry in sales want to shift newzeland or Australia can you suggest best possible option

Ans: Hello Shailendra. Thank you for contacting us. It is good to hear that you have been working with an MNC in medical devices and want to shift to Australia and New Zealand. However, let me tell you that you are eligible to apply for health care management, health administration, and public health programmes in Australia and New Zealand.
It is important to note that Australia has an age limitation, restricting individuals aged 35 and above from applying for the Post-Study Work (PSW) visa. However, there are no such age barriers in place in New Zealand. Therefore, the individual is encouraged to consider New Zealand as a viable option for pursuing their studies in the healthcare field.

For any further queries, please get in touch with us. We have a team of expert counsellors who can guide you through any concerns or questions you may have.
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I am a 40 yr old Orthodontist in government service since last more than 15 years. Since the time I joined this service I wanted to quit it since it has basically been a place not aligning with my life values. It has destroyed my clinical skill and has been basically a political playground, fake performances, below average minds. But I could not quit it due to family and financial issues. Now I have decided to finally say goodbye to it since lately it has been affecting my mental wellbeing also. I’ve been a bright student academically and quick learner also. I’m planning to move to Australia with family after clearing the stages. But I am anxious about taking this initiative at this age along with reason that I have no contact whatsoever in Australia. Australia due to the fact that it has just three time saving steps compared to other complexities in Europe and US. What do you suggest for the situation?
Ans: It sounds like you've reached a critical decision point in your career and personal life, and it's commendable that you're considering taking steps to prioritize your well-being and pursue a new path. Conduct thorough research on the immigration process, licensing requirements, and job prospects for orthodontists in Australia. Explore the Australian Dental Council's (ADC) accreditation process for internationally trained dentists and orthodontists. Familiarize yourself with the healthcare system, regulatory bodies, and professional associations relevant to your field in Australia. Although you may not have existing contacts in Australia, start building your network by reaching out to professionals in your field through online platforms, professional associations, and networking events. Consider joining forums, social media groups, or online communities for dentists and orthodontists practicing in Australia to connect with peers, ask questions, and seek advice. Seek guidance from experienced orthodontists who have successfully transitioned to practice in Australia, either through personal connections or professional networks. Consider enrolling in continuing education courses, workshops, or certification programs to enhance your skills and demonstrate your commitment to professional development. Prioritize your mental and emotional well-being during this challenging transition period. Seek support from family, friends, or mental health professionals to cope with stress, anxiety, or uncertainty associated with making significant life changes. Recognize that embarking on a new journey in a foreign country may involve obstacles and setbacks along the way. Stay resilient, adaptable, and open-minded as you navigate the complexities of immigration, licensure, job search, and cultural adjustment in Australia.

Taking the initiative to pursue a new career path and life direction in Australia requires courage, determination, and perseverance. Through planning, seeking support, and staying focused on your goals, you can overcome challenges and build a fulfilling and successful professional and personal life in your new home country.

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