Skilled Migration Assessment
Assessments for General Skilled Migration purposes
The Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM) has been approved in accordance with the Migration Regulations 1994 as the assessing authority for the occupation Medical Physicist ANZSCO Code : 234914
A Medical Physicist is a person with substantial tertiary qualifications in physics who actively and directly applies their knowledge of the principles of physics to the medical field. Sub-disciplines of medical physics include, but are not limited to, radiation oncology medical physics, the physics of radiological imaging and nuclear medicine medical physics.
If you wish to apply to migrate to Australia as a Medical Physicist under the General Skilled Migration categories, you must have a skills assessment from ACPSEM to include with your migration application to Australia's Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
You need to be aware that successfully migrating to Australia as a Medical Physicist is no guarantee of membership of ACPSEM, to employment as a Medical Physicist in Australia, to inclusion on any current or future list of registered Medical Physicists, or to acceptance into any accreditation program for a sub-discipline of Medical Physics, nor does it imply that ACPSEM considers that you are competent in a particular sub-discipline of Medical Physics.
For full details of the assessment procedure and the application form, please read the Assessment Guidelines. Please note that all applicants are advised to read these guidelines prior to making initial enquiries with the Office. If you feel you are eligible to apply then you must complete your application on the official Application Form.
To request hard copies of these documents, or to seek advice on applying for a migration skills assessment, contact:
ACPSEM - Skilled Migration Assessment
Suite 7.12 Aero 247
247 Coward St, Mascot
Tel: +61 (0) 2 8305 3900
The ACPSEM cannot offer advice about migration applications. All queries relating to migration must be referred to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection http://www.immi.gov.au.