Your decision for choosing to study in Australia is right because
Education system in Australia assures you quality educational delivery and it’s taken as prestigious degree around the globe.
Australia is welcoming multi-cultural society and it is safest country in the world
Government (ESOS Act) protects the investment of students for what they have paid.
Post-study work options
Native English Speaking country
Full name: Commonwealth of Australia Government Federal Parliamentary & Constitutional Monarchy
Population: 23.7 million
Largest city: Sydney
Area: 7.7 million sq km (2.9 million sq miles)
Administration: 6 states and 2 Territories
Major language: English
Major religion: Christianity
Life expectancy: 80 years (men), 84 years (women) (UN)
Monetary unit: 1 Australian dollar = 100 cents
The education system in Australia basically consist of Academic and vocational route. And each system of education is systematically well connected pathway to each other. The education in Australia is based on quality and recognized as prestigious degree worldwide. The current regulation of Australia for study aspirants is based on (Genuine Temporary Entrant) GTE. Students who have got the admission into Streamline visa processing providers on eligible courses will get low risk on their visa assessment regardless of their country of origin. The current government policy has assured the international students that will get the learning opportunity not only in the university framework but also in real ground in Australia by the means of Post Study Work (PSW). Still the Human resource is not sufficient for the economy of the Australia, so they are welcoming large no of migrants. Australia in conclusion can be said as the best place to study for the students who can satisfy the GTE requirement.
Application Requirements for Visa
a) All certified academic documents & achievements
c) Confirmation of Enrolment
d) Bank Balance or educational loan
e) Police report
f) Relationship certificate
g) Valid English Test Score (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE)
h) Property Valuation
i) Income source
j) Medical Report
k) Medical and travel insurance
Application Requirements for Adimission
a) All certified academic documents & achievement
c) Valid English Test Score (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE)
d) Filled application forms
e) Statement of Purpose
Streamlined Visa Processing
Streamlined visa processing for this visa is designed for international students applying to study in Australia. It depends on the two risk factor points: Country and Education provider. DIBP has categorized risk level of country and education provider one to three. One as lowest risked and 3 as highest risked. If the combined score of country and chosen education provider is 4 or below 4, the application is streamlined.
Genuine temporary entrant requirement
Your individual circumstances must demonstrate that you genuinely intend to stay in Australia temporarily. The factors that are considered during assessment of the genuine temporary entrant (GTE) requirement include:
• your personal circumstances in your home country
• your potential circumstances in Australia
• the value of the course to your future
• your immigration history
• Any other matter that is relevant to your intention to remain in Australia temporarily.
If you are a minor the intentions of your parent, legal guardian or spouse will also be considered.
Sometime the student intending to study in Australia in Higher education courses do not meet entry requirements of the course on that situation students can choose for packaged course pathway to study the desired courses. The packaged courses may be an ELICOS, foundation year, bridging course or vocational educational course as prerequisite or to enable you to commence your Advanced Diploma, Bachelor or Masters by Coursework degree.
Travel, tuition and living expenses
The table below is a guide to expenses in Australia.
Amount required in AUD
Return air fare to Australia
One return air fare to Australia per person
Children aged 5-18
AUD8000 per year
AUD19 830 per year
AUD6940 per year
AUD3720 per year
AUD2970 per year
You can work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight when your course is in session and unlimited hours when your course is not in session. You cannot undertake work until you have started your course in Australia.
Work that is part of your course is not included in the limit of 40 hours per fortnight.
If you are doing voluntary or unpaid work it is included in the limit of 40 hours per fortnight. A fortnight begins on any Monday and ends on the second following Sunday.
Dependent family can work a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight throughout the year. A week begins on any Monday and ends on the second following Sunday. Family members of students enrolled in Masters by coursework can work unlimited hours when the student starts their main course.
Family members cannot undertake work until you have started your course in Australia. You must also comply with the state and territory laws of Australia.
What you can do with your student Visa
You can study in Australia
Eligible dependent family members can accompany you to Australia
You can work up to 40 hours per fortnight while your course is in session and unlimited hours during scheduled course breaks.
Your family members can work up to 40 hours per fortnight provided you have commenced your course of study in Australia. If you are doing a postgraduate course, such as a Master’s degree, your family members can work unlimited hours once you commence this course.
Your partner can study in Australia for up to three months.
Simplified Student Visa framework (SSVF)
Australian government has implemented Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF) from mid of 2016. The change process student’s visa as per the combined immigration risk of the particular country and educational provider. Under the SSVF, the combined immigration risk outcomes of the student’s education provider and country of citizenship is used to guide the level of documentation relating to financial capacity and English language proficiency that the student would need to provide with their student visa application. The students will be able to identify what documents they will be required to provide with their visa application by entering their intended education provider and country of citizenship into an online tool.
The level of documentary evidence required in relation to financial and English language capacity will be guided by the combined immigration risk of the prospective student’s education provider and country of citizenship.
Generally, students enrolled at an education provider with the lowest immigration risk outcomes (AL1) will have lower evidentiary requirements, regardless of their nationality. Students enrolled at an education provider with the highest immigration risk outcomes will have access to reduced evidentiary requirements if they are from a country with the lowest immigration risk (AL1).
The change made to simplify the visa process for genuine students to allow maximum study alternatives in Australia with high immigration Integrity. The following points have been changed into SSVF:
A great reduction in the number of student visa subclasses: from the eight subclasses to two Subclasses 500 for student and Subclass 590 for student guardian.
The introduction of a single immigration risk framework under which all international students will be assessed, regardless of whether they are applying for university degrees, VET diplomas, English-language studies, or any other programs.