Australia has gained a reputation as a highly sought-after destination for students worldwide. It offers a wide range of educational opportunities, allowing you to pursue your academic interests in renowned Australian universities.

When you study in Australia, you not only gain knowledge but also have the chance to work part-time while you’re still a student. This means you can earn some extra money and gain valuable work experience, up to 20 hours per week.

Moreover, once you complete your studies, Australia provides options for post-study work. This means you can stay in the country and gain practical work experience related to your field of study, further enhancing your career prospects.

Our team has extensive experience working with students from diverse backgrounds, and we understand the unique challenges you may face as an international student. We are committed to helping you achieve your career goals by assisting you in obtaining recognized Australian qualifications. These qualifications will not only broaden your knowledge but also open doors to exciting job opportunities both in Australia and around the world.

By choosing to study in Australia with our guidance, you can embark on a rewarding educational journey, gaining valuable skills, experiences, and connections that will shape your future success.

Who is eligible for a student visa?

To be eligible for a student visa, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have been accepted into a registered course of study in Australia.
  • You must have proof of your financial capacity to support yourself during your stay in Australia.
  • You must meet the health and character requirements.
  • You must have valid health insurance while you are in Australia.

How to apply for a student visa?

The student visa application process in Australia is straightforward. You can apply for a student visa online using the Department of Home Affairs' ImmiAccount system. You will need to provide the following information when applying for a student visa:
  • Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) from your education provider.
  • Proof of your financial capacity.
  • Evidence of your English language proficiency.
  • A valid passport.
  • Health insurance cover.
  • A declaration that you meet the health and character requirements.
  • Payment of the visa application fee.
  • The Department of Home Affairs will assess your application and may request additional information or documents.

The processing time for a student visa application can vary, depending on the circumstances of your application. In general, the Department of Home Affairs aims to process 75% of student visa applications within four months of lodgement.

Yes, you can work part-time (up to 40 hours per fortnight) while you are studying in Australia on a student visa. You can also work full-time during scheduled breaks in your study program.

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Studying in Australia can be an exciting opportunity, but the process of obtaining a student visa can be overwhelming. If you need assistance with your student visa application or have any questions about the process, contact US TODAY. At LEX SAVANNAH DENVAR we are dedicated to helping our clients achieve their immigration goals, including obtaining a student visa to study in Australia.