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deano_162deano_162 Settling In NicelyRegistered Posts: 23
Of the country, this will hopefully take place next year and I'm deadly serious with a savings account currently at £2,500 (Which is mightily impressive for a person who used to blow his wage in three weeks every month! )

Basically, if I wanted a job during part of my stay in Australia, could I do accountancy, my guess is not? Surely they have their own rules and everything will be completely different!

Any help would be so much appreciated it's untrue, google just isn't what it used to be!

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  • Craig9Craig9 Feels At Home Registered Posts: 69
    Don't you need a minimum of 5k to get into Australlia long term?
  • Craig9Craig9 Feels At Home Registered Posts: 69
    Sorry, just noticed you said next year. If you have an accounts background and the AAT then I don't see why you couldn't get a job over there. I'm sure they will do some parts differently but I think the AAT is recognised in most places.
  • CurzyCurzy New Member Registered Posts: 13
    I used to work with an Australian who was doing the reverse of you. She was in the UK for around a year, working in London.

    She never seemed to have any problems working in a UK practice, so hopefully it will be the same in reverse.
  • katie2008katie2008 Trusted Regular Registered Posts: 294
    deano_162 wrote: »
    Of the country, this will hopefully take place next year and I'm deadly serious with a savings account currently at £2,500 (Which is mightily impressive for a person who used to blow his wage in three weeks every month! )

    Basically, if I wanted a job during part of my stay in Australia, could I do accountancy, my guess is not? Surely they have their own rules and everything will be completely different!

    Any help would be so much appreciated it's untrue, google just isn't what it used to be!

    Im going to Australia for tourism for 3 weeks, (in 28 days) and the flight alone has cost £1200+

    have you taken this into account in your £2500

    If you can do it, do it!
  • EsmeEsme Experienced Mentor Registered Posts: 711
    £1200!!! Blimey!!

    I've been looking at round the world tickets for £700+ and include Australia.
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