ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTION — WHAT IS IT AND HOW TO SHOW IT IN YOUR APPLICATION?
According to Tech Nation, an applicant in either subcategory — an Exceptional Promise or Exceptional Talent — has to provide “at least 1 example of exceptional ability in the [digital] field by academic contributions through research published and endorsed by an expert”.
What does it mean?
To match the academic contribution criterion, a candidate has to provide at least 3 published academic articles/research, or any other proof of academic contribution from the list below.
LIST OF POTENTIAL EVIDENCE
Additionally, an applicant for the Global Talent Visa has to provide at least one reference letter signed by a research supervisor or other recognised academic expert with a high h-index. The letter has to affirm the potential of the provided research and describe the candidate’s achievements in the academic field.
Participating at peer-reviewed research conferences or awards at competitive peer-reviewed research grants can also serve as evidence for the academic contribution criterion.
Immigram offers Global Talent Visa guidance to digital tech candidates in choosing criteria and compiling the necessary evidence. Take our scoring test to evaluate your chances of getting the visa and get detailed feedback from our team.
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