Student Visa

Our expert education consultants work closely with you to lodge a student visa for you.

To prepare and lodge your visa application with the Department of Home Affairs, you must first be enrolled in a full-time course at an Australian education provider and obtain written confirmation of your enrolment (CoE) from that provider. The main criterion is that you meet the requirements referred to below, the exact nature of which will depend upon your passport nationality and the education provider requirements. You must also meet the relevant health and character requirements.

Student Visa Subclasses

Student Visa (Subclass 500)

If you are an international student willing to study in Australia, this visa is for you. If you are granted this visa, you will be able to stay in Australia for the duration of the course. It allows you to travel multiple times back and forth to Australia until the validity of your student visa. Your members of the family unit are also allowed to accompany you.

You must work no more than 40 hours per fortnight whilst your course is in session, and for your initial visa you must only start off work once your course has commenced. Different work provisions apply to higher education, Research, Master and Doctoral level courses, please make sure to discuss with us if appropriate.

You are advised to also check the work allowance for any dependents on your application if appropriate.

The exact requirements for this visa will depend upon the level of risk assigned to your application (the ‘Immigration Risk’), which is a combined immigration risk assessment determined by the risk rating of the education provider and your passport nationality. As the visa applicant, you must:
The exact amount of funds a student requires is set by the Department of Home affairs (the ‘DoHA’), and is determined by your chosen education provider, your course of study and other personal circumstances. Please feel free to contact us for further details.

Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 590)​

If you want to send your child to study in Australia who is under the age of 18 years, you will be able to apply for a Student Guardian Visa for yourself. This visa only allows one parent to join the student and parent can also have another dependent to accompany in Australia who is under the age of 6 to join them during their stay. This visa however, does not allow the visa holder to work in Australia.

Visa Applicant

As the visa applicant, you must:

The exact amount of funds you will require is set by the Department of Home Affairs.

Please contact us for further details.

Student

The student whom you intend to accompany to Australia must:

The student whom you intend to accompany to Australia must either hold a valid Student visa or apply for a Student visa at the same time as (or before) you lodge your visa application.

When the student’s eligibility has been established, we will prepare and lodge your visa application with the Department of Home Affairs. The main criterion is that you meet the requirements referred to above, the exact nature of which will depend upon the chosen education provider and student’s passport nationality. You must also meet the relevant health and character requirements.

Once the Department of Home Affairs has granted your visa, you may accompany the student into (or remain with the student in) Australia. You may not work whilst in Australia.

Please note that this is general information only and specific information relevant to your circumstances should be confirmed with us before taking any action.

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