发表于 2016-11-24 04:38:37
- 6,167 posts
- Chinese:fairly advanced
- Location:Leiden (previously Beijing and Taipei, at various times)
Posted 14 November 2016 - 06:51 PM
Of course, it's not guaranteed that I will get into an entry-to-practice Master's degree in radiography. It depends on how good my marks are in the Bachelor's degree and it's not even completely guaranteed that the university that offers the particular type of program I would prefer to do (in fact only two universities in Australia offer an entry-to-practice Master's degree in Medical Imaging) will even recognize the Bachelor's degree as being equivalent do an Australian Bachelor's degree.I think your long-term plan to become a radiographist is great, but I have a few doubts about your planned route to get there.
- Is a Chinese BA degree accepted by Australian universities?
- Is the entry-to-practice Master's you'd like to to competitive? If so, you might need something entirely different from Chinese skills to have a chance.
- Does the Master's have any requirements for what kind of BA its students should have? Nevermind that your BA will be from China, the same question would apply if you'd have a degree in Spanish literature from Harvard. It's an entirely different field.
I think these are things you need to look in on.
Furthermore, for most people, teaching English is something they do for a few years and then get out of. For the vast majority, it's not a career. Especially not if you actually want to be a radiographist.
Have you considered other options? For example, summer school in China/Taiwan, or a an exchange year in China/Taiwan, or Chinese classes in Australia while also pursuing your long-term plan.
As to your actual question, I think you'll likely be able to find a legal job. Not as easily as if you'd have an Australian BA, but eventually.