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The role of Tertiary and Further Education (TFE) in the resettlement experience of former refugees in Tasmania

 

Open invitation for ‘Survey’

Hello Everyone

Namaste and Greetings. My name is Shekhar KC. I am currently doing my research thesis for PhD in Education in University of Tasmania. I am looking for former refugees living in Tasmania who are willing to share their experience of their education and work. You can participate in the survey as per criteria below:

Criteria for Joining

  • You are a former refugee living in Tasmania (who now has permanent residency or Australian citizenship ) of age 18+above
  • You have completed the English language program provided by the Australian government after you arrived Australia and/or commenced/completed a higher education, VET (Vocational Education and Training) or further education course in Australia.

When and How?

  • The online link to survey information sheet can be found here.
  • After reading the information sheet attached to survey, if you agree to do the survey, you can click Next button at the bottom right below
  • The survey form is available in English language only
  • If you have any questions, please contact the researcher (contact details mentioned below)

Contact: Shekhar KC, email: Shekhar.kc@utas.edu.au, mobile: 03 63245011 ( or alternatively 0469398481)

Thank You Very Much

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