Things to keep in mind while applying for Australian student visa

Choose the Right Visa Subclass

Depending on your course of study and length of stay, Australia offers several subclasses of student visas.

Enroll in a Registered Course

You must register for a course at an approved educational institution in order to be eligible for an Australian student visa.

Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Requirement

The GTE requirement evaluates your plan to temporarily study in Australia.

Financial Capacity

Australian candidates for student visas must meet stringent financial standards. You must provide proof that you have enough money to pay for your living expenses and tuition.

Overseas Student Health Cover

International students studying in Australia must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), and obtaining this health insurance is mandatory prior to applying.

English Language Proficiency

In Australia, the majority of courses have a minimal requirement for English language ability. Show off your proficiency in the English language with accredited tests.

Genuine Temporary Entrant Interview

You could occasionally be asked to come to an Australian embassy or consulate for a GTE interview.

Visa Processing Times

It is important to apply as early as possible for a visa because processing times can vary. For an estimate of processing times, visit the website of the Department of Home Affairs.