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Understanding Australian Study: Visa, Requirements & Scholarships

Mary Ann IgnacioLast Seen: Apr 15, 2024 @ 9:30am 9AprUTC
Mary Ann Ignacio
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29th February 2024 | 6 Views

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It is not necessary that everyone knows about Australian education system. Majority of students out there, do not know anything. They keep on inquiring about the courses, job opportunities, visa requirements, and much more.

With world-class education system, finest universities, and excellent job opportunities, Australia is one of the top choices for international students to pursue higher studies. And the best part? You can get scholarships, benefits of 24×7 faculty, and much more.

But what is the best route to get there? Registered migration consultants have the right expertise to guide you with the entire process from the beginning. They understand your profile and your educational needs to suggest you the best courses and universities.

In the following blog, we will learn about Australian study – its visa, visa requirements, scholarships, and so on.

Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500)

Student visa (subclass 500) allows you to enrol in an eligible course in your preferred university in Australia. You can travel in and out of Australia as long as you are a student visa holder. And, you can work up to 48 hours a fortnight as long as you are studying. However, note that, if you are masters or doctorate student, you have no work limit.

Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500) Requirements

Enrol in a Course of Study

While applying for the student visa in Australia, you have to include a proof of your enrolment in the course and university, known as, CoE i.e., Confirmation of Enrolment. Without the proof, your visa application will not be processed. Ensure that you are enrolled in a full time course registered with CRICOS.

English Language

Next, you have to provide a proof of your English language ability. There are two major and most commonly taken exams for this purpose – PTE and IELTS. In your proof, it must be clear that you have scored a certain score in your English proficiency exam i.e., 6.0. To ensure you prepare well in your exam and score the desired result, take assistance form experts. They can help you with effective strategies to ace your exam.

Health Insurance

The health insurance for international students is Overseas Student Health Cover or OSHC, which they are mandated to buy for the duration of their stay in Australia. If your partner or family is included in your student visa, they will too need health cover. Make sure you do not enter the country without an adequate OSCH for you and your family (if needed). As well as, maintain your OSHC throughout your stay.

Sufficient Funds

Having enough funds to support your stay in the country is the next most important visa requirement. This is to ensure your easy stay in the country without any financial problems. Also, living cost across Australia varies so, it is advisable to check the area where you will be living and prepare for the funds accordingly.

Health and Character Certificate

  • You and your family have to provide health and character certificate to ensure two things –
  • ·         You and your family are healthy and there are no underlying illness. If there is a pre-existing medical condition then coverage for the same is included in your health cover.
  • ·         You and your family have no criminal record or any involvement in crime or illegal situations.

Documents Required for Australian Student Visa

  • Documents required for applying for your student visa in Australia are:
  • ·         Student visa (subclass 500) application form
  • ·         Valid passport of the place you will be flying from (home country)
  • ·         Certificate of Enrolment (COE)
  • ·         Proof of sufficient funds to support your stay in Australia
  • ·         Overseas Student Health Cover
  • ·         English language proficiency exam results
  • ·         Passport size photographs
  • ·         Health and Character records

Applying for Student Visa (Subclass 500)

  • Consider the following steps while applying for your Australian student visa:
  • ·         Apply for your visa at least 8 weeks before your course commence
  • ·         Gather all necessary documents
  • ·         Apply for the visa. You can take guidance from a registered migration agent
  • ·         Wait for your visa outcome

Conclusion

Keeping the above-mentioned details in mind and carefully ensuring them will ease your visa application process. For detailed information on Australian student visa (subclass 500), eligibility criteria and other related information, Asia Pacific Group’s experts team is ready to assist you. Get in touch with us today and let us fly towards your study dream.

Mary Ann IgnacioLast Seen: Apr 15, 2024 @ 9:30am 9AprUTC

Mary Ann Ignacio

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