At East West Migration, we have many years’ experience in helping international students compile “Decision Ready” visa applications. Applying for a visa on your own can be confusing and time-consuming.
Subclass 500 Student Visa allows students to study: English (ELICOS), Certificates Course, Diplomas, Degrees, Masters & Doctorates. Studying in Australia allows students to obtain internationally recognised qualifications whilst experiencing the diverse culture and beautiful sights that Australia has to offer.
Our Registered Migration Agents and Qualified Education Agent Counsellors (QEAC certified) have all the knowledge and expertise to ensure you have a successful student visa application.
We pride ourselves on providing real results for our clients, always answering their questions along the way. We understand that applying for a visa application and waiting for a decision is stressful. That’s why we work hard to make the process as easy as possible for you. The team at East West Migration has many years’ experience of helping international students make successful visa applications. Why not book a chat today to find out how we can help you?
You must have a 500 Student Visa to study in Australia, regardless of your field of study or qualification. This visa will allow students to study: English (ELICOS), Certificates I, II, III & IV, Diplomas, Degrees, Masters & Doctorates. Studying in Australia allows students to obtain internationally recognised qualifications whilst experiencing the diverse culture and beautiful sights that Australia has to offer.
There are 3 assessment levels in the student visa programme. Assessment level 1 represents the lowest immigration risk and assessment level 3 the highest. A combination of your country of passport and education provider will determine your assessment level. The higher the assessment level, the greater the evidence an applicant is required to demonstrate for the visa application. East West Migration can help you determine your assessment level and help you decide which documents you require for your student visa application.
You must be enrolled for full-time study in a registered course or part of a registered course.
A registered course is an education or training course offered by an Australian education provider registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).
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, and any other matter that is relevant to your intention to remain in Australia temporarily
You must have enough money to pay for travel, tuition and living expenses for yourself, your partner and your dependent children for the duration of your stay in Australia. You must also have enough money to support your partner and dependent children, even if they do not travel with you to Australia.
The below amounts in Australian dollars (AUD) are the minimum required for this visa. They do not necessarily represent the cost of living in Australia.
Australia enjoys some of the best health standards in the world. To maintain these standards, the majority of visa applicants are required to undertake a medical to be granted a visa. We refer to this as ‘meeting the health requirements’.
You must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of your visa. The OSHC cover can be provided from our partner Allianz. Your visa expiry date will be determined by the expiry date of your OSHC.
The level of English is most often specified by the education provider, however a minimum level is required for all students. This must be evidenced at the time of application unless you are partaking in an English (ELICOS) course prior to your main course of study.
You must be of good character to enter Australia. The information you provide on the ‘Character Declaration’ section of your application will be used to assess your character. A police clearance may also be required.
If you are aged 18 years or over, you must declare that you will respect Australian values and obey the laws of Australia.