ACS skills assessment fee for ICT Professionals

ACS skills Assessment fee, ACS skills Assessment

ACS skills assessment fee for ICT Professionals: 

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the recognised association for Information & Communications Technology (ICT) professionals. Under Australian migration law, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the designated professional organisation providing advice on ICT skills recognition for prospective migrants to Australia.

ACS skills assessment fee for different application types

Temporary Graduate – 485 Skills Assessment: Australian $475

Post Australian Study Skills Assessment: A $500

Skills (general application): A $500

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): A $550

Review Application: A $395

Appeal Application: A $395

Please note that all ACS skills assessment fees will include a total of 8 assessment episodes (either qualification or employment documents) per application.  .  For example, you can submit 3 qualifications and 5 employment episodes or 8 employment episodes in total or any combination of qualifications and employment episodes numbering 8 assessment episodes per application. For each additional qualification or employment episode that exceeds a maximum of 8 assessment episodes per application an additional fee of A $50 will apply.

ACS Skills Assessment fee – Payment methods

You can pay the ACS skills assessment fee by Credit Card or you can transfer the fees to ACS bank account. ACS accepts Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

ACS can increase the fees at any time.

If you require assistance with ACS skills assessment or Australian immigration process, please contact Skilled Migration Consultants Pvt Ltd and Visa Help Australia Pty Ltd to provide expert immigration advice and visa application services to improve your chances for a successful visa outcome.

The contents of this article are correct as at 23 July 2016.


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