Australia Study Visas

Studying at an Australian university or college can be one of the quickest paths to Australian immigration. More than 185,000 student visas were issued last year to students of more than 40 different schools.

Still, there are far more applicants than visas available, so you have to be careful in making your application. Even a simple, harmless mistake could see your visa go to one of many thousands of other hopeful applicants. Our trained advisers can guide you through the sometimes tricky process. Let us make sure your application is absolutely perfect, which will greatly improve your chances atsuccessful immigration.

Student Visa

There are a great many subclasses of student visas available for those wishing to study in Australia. The subclass 570 Australia student visa is for those seeking to enrol in ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students).

This visa type is appropriate for first or subsequent student visas, and for those applying to join a family member already present in Australia on a student visa.

This visa allows you to engage in limited work while you study.

Student Visa

The subclass 571 Australia student visa is for those who will be attending primary or secondary school in Australia, or those attending approved student exchange programs.

This visa type is appropriate for first or subsequent student visas, and for those applying to join a family member already present in Australia on a student visa.

Holders of a subtype 571 student visa may accept paid work while they study, but are only allowed to work limited hours.

Australia Student Visa

The subclass 572 Australia student visa is for students who will be attending certain qualifying certificate or diploma courses, as well as vocational graduate courses.

This visa type is appropriate for first or subsequent student visas, and for those applying to join a family member already present in Australia on a student visa.

Holders of a subtype 572 student visa may accept paid work while they study, but are limited to working a certain number of hours.

Student Visa

The subclass 573 Australia student visa is for students who will be attending one of the following types of courses:

Associate or bachelor’s degree.

Graduate certificate or diploma.

Master’s by coursework.

Higher education diploma or advanced diploma.

Holders of a subtype 573 student visa may accept some paid work while they study, but they are limited to working a certain number of hours. They may apply jointly with certain members of their family.

Student Visa

The subclass 574 Australia student visa is for students who will study in Australia for either a Master’s degree by research, or any Doctoral degree.

This visa type is appropriate for first or subsequent student visas, and for those applying to join a family member already present in Australia.

Holders of a subtype 574 student visa may accept paid work while they study, but they are limited to a certain number of hours. They may apply jointly with their family.

Student Visa

The subclass 575 Australia student visa is for international students who will study in Australia for either a non-award foundation studies course, or any other full time course that will not lead to a degree award in Australia. It is a valid choice for a subsequent student visa.

Holders of a subtype 574 student visa may accept paid work while they study, but they are limited to a certain number of hours. They may apply jointly with their family.

Student Visa

The subclass 576 Australia student visa is for those who will attend any full time course of study in Australia and are sponsored by either AusAID or Defence.

This visa type is appropriate for first or subsequent student visas, and for those applying to join a family member already present in Australia.

Holders of a subtype 574 student visa may accept a limited amount of paid work while they study. They may apply jointly with their family.

Student Guardian Visa

The subclass 580 Australia student guardian visa is intended to allow the presence of a guardian for those international students who require one, either due to their being less than 18 years old, or for religious or cultural reasons.

Someone travelling on a subclass 580 visa may:

Live in Australia as long as the associated student does.

Bring your own dependents to Australia, with certain limits.

Study in Australia, with certain limits.

Temporary Graduate Visa

A subclass 485 Australia temporary graduate visa allows graduates to live and work in Australia after they have finished their studies. It has two basic types:

The Graduate Work type is open to graduates whose qualifications or skills match the Skilled Occupation List: Schedule 1. A graduate work visa is good for 18 months.

The Post-Study Work type is open to graduates with certain qualifications. Such a visa can be issued for up to four years.

Disclaimer

We are registered and regulated with Australia’s MARA to offer the most up-to-date Immigration advice. We are not affiliated with any Government and you are free to make an application directly to the Government who will only charge you their visa fees. The Government will not assist in the preparation or building of your application before its submitted. The ways in which to do this are not always clearly set out by the immigration authorities and result in many applicants presenting their cases incorrectly, inevitably leading to a refusal. Migrate Me has the expertise to ensure that all your options are made clear to you and your application completed to the highest standards. We provide a free assessment and only charge for additional services agreed in advance and in writing with no hidden charges. Migrate Me will also provide a full relocation and employment preparation service.

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